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NEED TIMING BELT ALIGNMENT MARKS VOLVO 91 940 TORBO 2.3 LITER

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Depending on where you buy the belt,oem volvo belts have 3 lines on the flat side 2 single and 1 double line line up top cam gear with 1 single line and center gear with single line and crank with double line all gears have a dot stamped on face line up all marks should have no probs.

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3) Remove the screw holding the plastic timing belt cover and carefully remove the cover.

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5) Reinstall the timing gear cover.

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7) Remove the vibration damper by removing the 32mm nut and remove all of the 10mm screws. Carefully pry the pulley from the shaft. There is an alignment pin which allows the pulley to be installed only one way. With the vibration damper removed you can now check the timing alignment with the crankshaft and it's witness mark.

8) Remove the small timing belt shield from the underside of the crankshaft. This shield is helt in place with 2 screws.

9) Loosen the ttiming belt tension and remove the old timing belt.

10) This is a good time to check the waterpump for any signs of wear or leaks. Mine was leaking after 101,000 miles. I also replaced the tensioning pulley and used Volvo OEM parts. (The old Volvo parts lasted 100,000 miles, that is good enough for me).

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