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I have been told when iam doing my timing belt change the bottom pulley can be very hard to take off and its very easy to break whats behind it.So whats the best way to take it off once the bolt is off please

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Hi Donald

Does the pulley need to come off to change the belt?

Agreed i've never done an Espace belt but i have changed Audi
and Rover belts in the past the important thing is the timing marks and tension.

Hope you are well...and getting used to the leg,looks a good one. :)
 

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Hi Donald

Does the pulley need to come off to change the belt?

Agreed i've never done an Espace belt but i have changed Audi
and Rover belts in the past the important thing is the timing marks and tension.

Hope you are well...and getting used to the leg,looks a good one. :)
Hi yes it does! way yet i do not know but my friend had it done on his F4R 1.8 16V a few weeks ago and this fiat mechanic took it off but i have been unable to speak to him yet but he is going to be there when i decide to do the job but i would like to get as much done myself before hand.
 
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