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2.0 HDi flywheel locking
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For belt replacement procedure, there's a flywheel locking hole located somewhere, but where.
There is no picture reference anywhere.
Autodata states only lock the flywheel with special too with a very sketchy picture.
P 406 has to have starter removed to do so.
No such procedure is written in autodata for the lingo?
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same as the Peugeot it is easier with the starter removed.

the tool is an 8mm (think) dog leg locking peg you can get them from a good tool place.
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