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Replacing timing belt on a 97 plymouth voyager and want to know what tools are required.

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Basic Tools are...
An assortment of ratchets and sockets....
A good set of wrenches
Pliers
Screwdrivers
Prybars
Hammer

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  1. Combination Wrenches
  2. A Socket Set
  3. Torque Wrench
  4. A Harmonic Balancer Puller
  5. A Three-jaw Gear Puller
  6. Screwdrivers
  7. Timing Light
  8. Timing Belt Cover Gasket Set
  9. New Timing Belt
  10. Drain Pan
  11. Antifreeze
  12. Jack
  13. Jack stands
Take a look at this link as it is a walk through for a miata but the pictures are very helpful and the process is much the same

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