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  1. 2008 (2013-2019)
    Hi everyone. My wife's car is a 2017 2008 1.2 puretech and 27k miles on it. Car is from early April so has the old belt. I've been checking the belt through the oil cap every once in a while. Checked it today and it looks like it's starting to peel. Probably because she does lots of short drives...
  2. 407
    Hi all, I have replaced the timing belt on a 2007 MY 407 2.6 HDI/ST Sedan. Had a problem getting the cam pins in correctly and had a cam shaft move on me, puting the timing out a bit. Got it all lined up and replaced the belt and the car starts and runs fine. The problem now is that I have a...
  3. 508 (2011-18)
    *Cost Summary (including materials + labor cost) 1. STK/EK Preparation = Regular 2 year's maintenance: 400 eur+ 2. STK/EK check up and issue: 85 eur+ 3. Timing belt change/replacement: 400 eur+ = Total: 890.10 eur (About 1077.8 USD) (STK: Slovak Technical Kontrol/Technical Control, EK...
  4. 307
    Hi all, I'm looking to buy a Peugeot 307 CC 2007, automatic gear. The odometer is at 257 thousand km. I went for a test ride and the car is really smooth, and cosmetically it also looking really good. My only question is, does this model have a timing belt or timing chain? I called an...
  5. 206
    Hi, I'm buying a 2.0 16v 206 and am looking to change the timing belt. At the moment I only have the Haynes manual and not the car.... The timing belt change looks straightforward compared to others I have done, but I'm a bit confused with what is mentioned with respect to realigning the timing...
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