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1.9d timing belt
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just bought a 55 plate 1.9d on 63k

no idea when or if belts has been done so want to do it.

is there a guide anywhere or at least info on what to line up before removal

thanks
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#2
When in trouble ,
Or in doubt ,
Always change your cam belt out ! :whistle:
Good thinking Dek , catchy jingle hey Confusedcratch:
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#3
I just got the Haynes BoL from Hlafords. Seems to have reasonably comprehensive instructions. Of course being Haynes there is probably a simpler way.
Malc

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I've got a 53 plate dw8 1.9d engine on 43k and im doing it in the next couple of weeks as I hear they go early on these models... one question tho - is the waterpump connected to it and do I need to change that belt at the same time?
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#5
Whilst the bits are disassembled , best time to do it :thumbsup:
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#6
Hi all new boy to this site.

best to put a cam belt kit in with the idler pullies - belt and braces is water pump too - i have seen water pumps and idler pullies break up soon after doing the timing belt if not replaced.

hope this helps
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#7
Ill fit pump and pulleys as well. I really just need to know where the timing marks are and what to align. I have no probs pulling it to bits. Just need the engine in the correct position before i do

Thanks
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#8
im not sure if there is a manual available for the vehicle but there should be for that engine.

check amazon or ebay for a manual
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(03-05-2012, 08:42 PM)polar Wrote:  im not sure if there is a manual available for the vehicle but there should be for that engine.

check amazon or ebay for a manual

I refer the honorable gentleman to my earlier post Big Grin
Malc

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(03-05-2012, 09:14 PM)crickleymal Wrote:  
(03-05-2012, 08:42 PM)polar Wrote:  im not sure if there is a manual available for the vehicle but there should be for that engine.

check amazon or ebay for a manual

I refer the honorable gentleman to my earlier post Big Grin


sorry malc Confusedillyme:

that sorts it then buy the manual:thumbsup:
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