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So my timing belt pulley wheel broke off an i got a new one but now the wheels the belt where turning spon out of tune where do i turn them all to get it back insink

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  • mike mountain May 23, 2011

    need to know year, make and engine to help

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I would suggest having it taken to a repair shop,
as that isn't a job you should be doing without
experience

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