How do I replace a timing belt back on? Because the belt broke off? on 1997 Mitsubishi Galant


by in Albuquerque, NM on May 10, 2013
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3 answers 1 comment
ANSWER by , May 10, 2013
If this is an interferance engine I would check for bent valves
ANSWER by , May 10, 2013
try for pics
ANSWER by , May 10, 2013
To replace the timing belt on a 2002 VW golf 2.0, first remove the old timing belt. Loop the new timing belt under the crankshaft sprocket and engage the belt teeth within the sprocket. Maneuver the belt into position on the idler pulley, water pump and camshaft sprocket, then install it around the tensioner. Tension the belt by using snap-ring pliers to turn the tensioner counterclockwise until the upper marks align; make sure all the belt's slack is at the tensioner roller before you do this ----------- lightdeal
COMMENT by , May 12, 2013
What if it's a supercharged 6.8L YUGO? ...........same procedure?