Changing Timing Belt On 96 Ford Aspire. No Room To Work. I'm About To Cut Out A Hole In Fender With A Saw. What Is The Proper Way To Do This?


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You have to remove the motor mount and three fasteners and bolts that hold the mount, make sure you have a floor jack with a piece of wood on top of the jack base as to not rupture the oil pan. Raise the engine slightly to take the pressure off the mount, then you will have a good fair amount of room to remove your timing belt. Then on the lower pulley you would have to lower the floor jack slightly to remove the crank bolt with an impact wrench then reverse all your procedures , and make sure all your timing marks line up! Camshaft , crankshaft.

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