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Timing belt jaguar x type year 2002 milage 77,000 I don't have a manual and would like to change the t/belt I don't know if its being changed I've had the car four weeks.providing the timing marks are set befor working is it streight forward.

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We turned our window air conditioner on and it ran for about 6 hrs then blew the breaker. the wiring and breaker looks good, we are scared to hook it back up for fear of fire. what can it be?

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Did your tbelt break and your car isn't running? you don't have to change it unless that happends.

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