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Re: Advice on Scenic II's

The space isn't much different between the models IMHO. On the Mk2 I have:- done a cambelt, waterpump, alternator & Head rebuild (Don't ask).
I have not had to remove the front beam yet, even though Haynes insists on the necessity. But one does have to remove wipers, motor & scuttle covers for some things.
The Aux belt tensioner is easier, although to do a cambelt 1/4 drive sockets are preferable.
Once the top mount is off & the engine on a trolley jack, it can be raised or lowered to miss the chassis leg.
No done a Clutch yet.................
If you can do pushrods on a T140 you understand fiddly already?

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Re: Advice on Scenic II's

I can locate a set of T140 pushrods with my eyes closed so should be ok then!

Never worked on a Norton though.
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