Is it much of a job to replace the timing belt on a 2.0 HDI?
I've heard that you need a special tool to set the tension of the belt by the frequency of the sound made when you give the belt a twang!
Can it be done without buying a locking pin set?
Any idea how much the tensioning tools costs?
I had planned on doing the idler & tensioner but was'nt aware that the pulley needed replacing to
I will look at the cost of the locking pin set as I have two belts to replace as the wifes Citroen Picaso is due & has the same 2.0 HDI under the bonnet
Dunno chum. Google should find a tension guage/tool.
while I'll tackle anything, there are some jobs I always pay some bugger to do now I'm getting old, like exhausts, brake bleeding, belts etc. If nothing else with belts, if it goes tyts up it's the dealers problem.
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