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how do i tighten my timing belt. i got it on and timed and all that good stuff. theres just play in part of it. and i dont want that part slipping on me
 

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Another thread bound for epic failure.

Search the stickies section noobler, I don't feel generous today, ate too much cheesecake.
 

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Do the tensioner-tightening procedure in the online manual. I did and it worked like a hot damn.
 

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ludeicious if you dont have anything useful to say. why even bother saying anything..

and i know theres a tensioner its just my timing belt is still lose on one side. but on the other side. its perfectly fine. and i just cant figure it out...
 

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Also - BEING CAREFUL NOT TO LET IT SLIP TIMING - you can hand turn the crank bolt a full revolution and see if that helps you retention it.

This is how i double check it's tensioned properly.
 

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I did give you a useful piece of information. I told you exactly where to look to find the solution to your problem. Also if you look further into the searching part of what I told you, you would have found that the front part of the belt doesn't tighten up like the rear part does. Its just the way it is.
 

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ludeicious if you dont have anything useful to say. why even bother saying anything..

and i know theres a tensioner its just my timing belt is still lose on one side. but on the other side. its perfectly fine. and i just cant figure it out...
search, read the faq, follow the instuctions in the online manual.
he gave you useful info, just as the rest of us did. follow it
 
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