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Do It Yourself Projects Anything that you have made up yourself. Rear storage systems etc

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Old 12-08-16
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Can someone send me this document please.
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Old 13-08-16
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Me to penrithvalleyfire@yahoo.com thanks
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If possible me too, nrlanalyst4@gmail.com

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Old 05-10-16
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Sorry to be a pain, but if anyone still has the document, could I please get a copy also.

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Hi everyone, I noticed a few people were asking for this PDF, so I did too (thanks Pickle) and here it is for everyone:

Timing Belt Change PDF

Edit: Just a note: there's a download button at the top right if you want to save it.

Last edited by Kroony; 18-11-16 at 07:59 PM.
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Old 20-11-16
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One thing that is missed in this write up is the correct pushrod protrusion on the belt tensioner. It should be 4 - 6mm after you've cranked (By hand) the engine around 720 degrees, after removing the pin.

What's in the document leaves it open to interpretation with "taking the slack up," the tensioner pulley bolt also de-tensioner the pulley as you do it up. You really need to hold it with the circlip pliers and quite often need to move it further than needed, for it to return to the correct position when done up.
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Hi. I was wondering if you'd still have the link for this as I'm changing mine. Would be of great help.
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It's in this post.

https://www2.pajeroclub.com.au/forum...8&postcount=35
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