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Author Subject: Changing AUX Belt FAQ
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Post #1
Please no one post till i'm done! Wink

1st Jack you're car up
using axle an stand in the correct place!
and remove your driver o/s/f wheel

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Posted 25th Oct 2006 at 02:26
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Post #2
tools you'll need for this little job!
socket and a small 4mm allen key

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Posted 24th Oct 2006 at 00:25
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put the socket into the hole at the bottom of the auto tentioner like so!

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Posted 24th Oct 2006 at 00:25
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Post #4
feel the back and make sure the socket is sitting flush and not petruding! otherwise you will not get full movment of the arm pull too had trying to line up the holes and do....

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Posted 24th Oct 2006 at 00:25
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Post #5
THIS!!!! then it's buggerd and you have to buy a new one!

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Posted 24th Oct 2006 at 00:16
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Post #6
Leaver the bar downwards or anticlockwise if using a socket wrench
place the small allen key into the hole which once lined up will hold you're tentioner in place!
like so!

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Posted 24th Oct 2006 at 00:54
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Post #7
allowing you to quite easily slip on and off without too much troubble!

and in true Welly Style

Jobs a good one!


Could this be FAQ'd? Happy

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Posted 24th Oct 2006 at 00:20
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and here's a good example of how the belt should be laced up!

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