[V8] Timing belt question

dsaad at icehouse.net dsaad at icehouse.net
Mon Jul 11 13:59:58 EDT 2005

This was not rubbing when you tore down the motor, So it must be installed
wrong. Any left over parts anywhere?
Have a good look at the pictures in the manual. There is no way you need to
grind anything.


Quoting Dustin Carter <dustin.carter at lycos.com>:

> Hi guys,
> I've been working on changing my timing belt and have a problem.  The
> harmonic damper pulley is rubbing on the arm that connects the tensioner
> pulley to that shock absorber.  I took that whole assembly back apart and
> reinstalled it...same problem.  The only options I see to eliminate this
> are 1)grind down the face of that arm, or 2)put a spacer between the
> crank end and the harmonic damper.  Option 2 seems like it could cause the
> TB to ride too far forward on the sprockets and up against that lib on the
> rear of the crank sprocket.  Has anyone else run into this situation?  Any
> ideas of how I can fix this?
> Thanks,
> Dustin
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