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AUXILIARY DRIVEBELT..
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Hi Guys, How likely am I to have any problems when fitting a new Auxiliary Drivebelt to my 2001 1.9D Multispace? Mine is looking very worn, in fact it broke this morning.

Cheers, Doc..
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#2
Easy enough - make sure you get the right length. The books in the factors aren't alwys right.

Make sure the tensioner is free (under the engine, RHS at front.

And get someone to hold the belt in position on top, while you're underneath.
'98 D 800 van Big Grin
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Thanks Colin, I've got the belt from local Citroen dealer, the guy looked it up on his computer. I've done belts on other makes in the past both auxiliary and timing belts so don't think I should have too much trouble. It's nice to be able to pick other people's brains though.

Thanks, Doc..
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