2001 Ford Escort ZX2 Timing Belt Service and Repair

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Timing Drive Components-Timing Belt
NOTE: Ford does not provide camshaft gear timing marks, or information to perform timing belt service without the special tools shown in this procedure.
Removal
1. Grasp the spark plug boot firmly and with a twisting pulling motion, disconnect the spark plug wires from the spark plugs.
2. NOTE: If an original spark plug is reused, install it in the cylinder from which it was removed. New spark plugs can be used in any cylinder. NOTE: Use compressed air to remove any foreign material from the spark plug well before removing the spark plugs. Remove the spark plugs.
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2002 Ford Escort ZX2 L4-2.0L DOHC VIN 3 Timing Belt Service and Repair

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Timing Drive Components-Timing Adjust
NOTE:Ford does not provide camshaft gear timing marks, or information to perform timing belt service without the special tools shown in this procedure.
1. NOTE: Make sure the correct (second) notch in the pulley is indexed to the lower cylinder block. Position the crankshaft just prior to top dead center.
2. Remove the bolt and install the top dead center timing peg.
3. Rotate the crankshaft clockwise against the peg
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Renault J8S 622 Timing Belt Replacement Intervals

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The information relating to timing belt replacement intervals is additional to the main purpose of this CD, but is included to provide guidance to garages and for customer advice. Where possible the recommended intervals have been compiled from vehicle manufacturers’ information. In a few instances no recommendation has been made by the manufacturer and the decision to replace the belt must be made from the evidence of a thorough examination of the condition of the existing belt. Apart from the visible condition of the belt, which is explained fully later in this section, there are several other factors which must be considered when checking a timing belt:
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1994 Land Rover Timing Belt Replacement Intervals

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The information relating to timing belt replacement intervals is additional to the main purpose of this CD, but is included to provide guidance to garages and for customer advice. Where possible the recommended intervals have been compiled from vehicle manufacturers’ information. In a few instances no recommendation has been made by the manufacturer and the decision to replace the belt must be made from the evidence of a thorough examination of the condition of the existing belt.
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Alfa 156 2.0 TSpark Timing Belt Replacement

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Special Tools
Camshaft locking tools – Alfa Romeo No.1.825.041.000
Inlet camshaft holding tool – Alfa Romeo No.1.822.155.000
Exhaust camshaft holding tool – Alfa Romeo No.1.822.146.000
Timing Belt tensioning tool – Alfa Romeo No.1.822.149.000
Balancer shaft belt tensioning tool – Alfa Romeo No.1.822.154.000

Special Precautions
Disconnect battery earth lead
DO NOT turn crackshaft or camshaft when timing belt removed
Remove spark plugs to ease turning engine
Turn engine in normal direction of rotation
DO NOT turn engine via camshaft or other sprockets
Observe all tightening torques.
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1993 Ford Probe Timing Belt Removal & Installation

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This application is an interference engine used for 1993 FORD Probe 2.5L V6. Do not rotate camshaft or crankshaft when timing belt is removed, or engine damage may occur.
1. Disconnect negative battery cable. Disconnect engine coolant temperature sensor and temperature gauge sender connectors from coolant elbow. Disconnect crankshaft position sensor connector. See Fig. 1 . Remove accessory drive belts. Raise and support vehicle.
2. Remove A/C belt tensioner bracket. Remove crankshaft damper bolt using Crankshaft Pulley Holder (T92C-6316-AH) or equivalent. Remove crankshaft damper. Remove 2 timing belt cover bolts from behind crankshaft damper. Remove timing belt cover lower bolts. Using Power Steering Pump Pulley Remover (D85L-6000-A) or equivalent, remove power steering pump pulley.
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1991-1996 Ford Escort Radio Replacement

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STEP 1: The Ford radio is snapped into the vehicles dash. With the proper tool, known as Ford radio removal keys, the Ford radio can be pulled forward out of the dash. A clothes hanger can be used instead of actual Ford radio removal keys. Cut the clothes hanger and bend 2 pieces in the shape as shown in the photos above. For more information on how to remove the radio, see the diagram below.
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1988 Mazda Truck B Series Truck Timing Belt Removal and Installation

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Guide for 1988 Mazda Truck B Series Truck L4-2184cc 2.2L 2200 Vehicle Level Engine, Cooling and Exhaust Engine Timing Belt Service and Repair Timing Belt Removal and Installation
1. Align the timing mark on the timing belt pulley and camshaft pulley with the marks.
2. Remove all the spark plugs.
NOTE: This is to prevent compression while rotating the timing belt.
3. This procedure must be used to install the timing belt.
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1999 Volkswagen New Beetle GL Timing Belt Removal & Installation

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Application for VOLKSWAGEN 2.0L 4-Cylinder – AEG, AVH, AZG, BDC & BEV Engines For 1998-00 model years, although the manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals. For 2001-03 model years, the manufacturer recommends the belt be replaced at 105,000 mile intervals. NOTE: For 2004, manufacturer does not provide a timing belt replacement interval.
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2005 Saab 9-2X Linear Timing Belt Removal and Installation

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Removal 1. Disconnect negative battery cable. 2. Remove accessory drive belt cover. See Fig. 1 . Remove accessory drive belts. 3. Hold crankshaft pulley stationary, and remove crankshaft pulley center bolt. Remove crankshaft pulley. Remove timing belt covers. 4. Turn crankshaft to align crankshaft and camshaft timing notches with marks on rear timing cover and engine block. See Fig. 2 and Fig. 3 . On manual transmission models, remove timing belt guide from top of crankshaft pulley. 5. On all models, if reusing old belt, use White paint to mark timing belt in relation to sprocket timing marks. See Fig. 4 . Also mark timing belt direction of travel. Count number of teeth between marks. For correct count, see INSTALLATION MARK MEASUREMENT SPECIFICATIONS table. 6. Remove No. 2 timing belt idler pulley. Remove timing belt. Remove timing belt automatic tensioner with rod facing up.
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