[V8] my timing belt
ron_01056 at yahoo.com
Thu Sep 18 16:10:39 PDT 2008
Little late on this... but yes, removing the four 13mm strut bar bolts is easier. You can all so move the rubber seal to make it a straight shot to get to the screws. @ least thats how I do it.
& as far as all these 120k'ish t-belt breaks.... has anyone ever thought that the breaks were caused by not replaceing the friction pad during the second belt change?
I change the friction pad every timing belt I've ever done... even if the thing looks brand new.
--- On Tue, 9/16/08, Seamus O'Carey <cheshirecatsbox at gmail.com> wrote:
> From: Seamus O'Carey <cheshirecatsbox at gmail.com>
> Subject: Re: [V8] my timing belt
> To: V8 at audifans.com
> Date: Tuesday, September 16, 2008, 8:55 PM
> Do I have to remove the strut bar to get to those screws?
> It seems like a
> pretty tight fit.
> I don't have any documentation, but the timing belt
> looks pretty good. I
> don't see any cracks at all and the teeth seem to be in
> good shape (unlike
> the serpentine belt I just removed, which is missing almost
> all of its
> ribs. >< )
> On Tue, Sep 16, 2008 at 5:32 PM, Scott Phillips
> <Scottp at ippe.com> wrote:
> > There are three screws on the back of the airbox,
> behind and below the
> > strut bar (brace). Those three and the four you can
> see on the top hold
> > the airbox in place. As for the timing belt, can you
> see any splitting
> > or cracking in it (on the tooth side)? Do you have
> documentation of when
> > it was done last? If there is a yes and a no in your
> answer, as it
> > should like you're 90% there anyway I'd go
> ahead and finsh what you
> > started.
> > Scott
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