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Old 01-09-08
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Exclamation Timing Belt

Hi all.

Just finished changing my timing belt.

I have put all the details on a word doc and will send it to Pickle within the next couple of days for your viewing pleasure.
You can download the PDF file here.
http://www.filehost.net.au/file.php?...nge.pdf&id=147

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Old 02-09-08
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Cool thanks...looking forward to it.
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I have added John's excellent Timing Belt document to his original post.
Download and save to hard drive!
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Thanx Pickle for your help. Hope all enjoy and don't get themselves into too much trouble.

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John, Thank you very much for your work on this subject.
I am a mechanic quambi and I found the instructions easy to follow and dare say it in 100,000 k's might give it a bash myself.
Your pictures are a great help and make it easy to understand
All the best
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Thanx for your good thoughts, it's encouraging when people state their appreciation, will be doing the Fuel Filter one soon.

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Old 09-09-08
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Hey John - I was thinking of having a crack at this myself this weekend now that my Paj has just clocked over the infamous 100,000 km. So I jumped on the forum and saw your post here. Nice work mate.

But... mine is a 2004 Model 3.8 Ltr V6. Do you think your instruction manual would work for me?

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The 3.8 will basically be the same as the 3.5. So no probs there. Just take your time and there shouldn't be any problem. If you don't fell confident, then please don't do it.


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yes, mine is the 3.8 and the only difference is the intake manifold on top and as far as looks goes...and the instructions look like they dont have any problems or differences on the 3.8 that I can see, but like john said if you dont feel confident then dont do it.
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Wink Cheers John

Thanks for your detailed instructions John. I used them last weekend to do my NM. they were fantastic!

However, mine being a 3.5 DOHC motor I found that I had to loosen the A/C mount to remove accessory block. Just couldnt get enough free play to get that last bit out...only needed 5mm too! Don't know if anyone else has had this issue.?.

Anyway, thought I'd just mention it. Thanx again John
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