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removing tensioner.
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could someone help me on how to remove the tensioner on timing belt please. also where would i find heater fan fuse. many thanks.
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Engine type?year? No clairvoyants here i'm afraid.
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(02-11-2013, 09:55 PM)ron Wrote:  Engine type?year? No clairvoyants here i'm afraid.

sorry ron. 1.9d year 2001. my belt came of and tensioner is hanging off.power steering now not working etc. ( citreon berlingo van.)
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That's not the timing belt, but the aux belt - unless you mean it took the cambelt with it when it failed.
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(03-11-2013, 10:46 AM)addo Wrote:  That's not the timing belt, but the aux belt - unless you mean it took the cambelt with it when it failed.

yes its the aux belt, excuse my thickness, lets just say when the belt came of the power stearing stoped working, any ideas on how to remove the tensioner, as if i could do that im thinkin i could replace it with the new one myself.????????:brickwall:
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Rustcrats posted a diagram once, I think this is it.


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