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anyone know the procedure for locking the engine up for a timing belt change
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Re: timing belt

Best way I've heard:- Cut the present belt in half (lengthways of course) ,remove half of it,slide new belt on to pulleys (half way). Cut old half belt and remove . Slide new belt fully across pulleys. No need for tools ,except perhaps to check belt tension.
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Re: timing belt

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anyone know the procedure for locking the engine up for a timing belt change
refer to the answers in your other thread.
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Re: timing belt

cheers,but i will be doing the pump,idler and tensioner as well,sorry i omitted that part,never thought as always do belt kits,no matter what vehicle,better safe than sorry
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Re: timing belt

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cheers,but i will be doing the pump,idler and tensioner as well,sorry i omitted that part,never thought as always do belt kits,no matter what vehicle,better safe than sorry
the info is in the other threads,

both on FIAT FORUM, and in the linked ALFA forums
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