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timing belt tensioner

Discussion in 'General Tech and Maintenance' started by lickety_slickjj, Feb 4, 2006.

  1. lickety_slickjj

    lickety_slickjj Junior Member

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    how do i get the tensioner to tighten the belt once i get the belt on? because it didn't tighten last time? first timing belt!? [​IMG] :wtf:
     
  2. jdmh22hatch

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    which engine???? which tensioner????? Auto like an h22???? or manual like everything else???? I'd buy a manual if I were you, cause timing belts are pretty simple, but you really don't want to make a mistake on them. If you give me a few more details though, I can try to help you, or possibly point you to a website with some pictures and step by step instructions.
     
  3. MikeBergy

    MikeBergy Blah blah blah....

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    You asked this question in another post. No need for a second post.
     
  4. lickety_slickjj

    lickety_slickjj Junior Member

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    it is a b18a1, the spring tensioner, i've had a manual, i got the belt tight. and don't remember posting this in another post, but no one answered probably.
    all thats cool, while my wiring for distributor is not? followed diagram from bens ef site, but code 4 is coming up? i know the code but don,t know why it is still coming up?has anyone here done this same thing? please help.
     
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