One disadvantage is that a new belt needs to be re-tensioned after a break-in period. The approved method is using the magic Volvo tensioning gauge to check tensioner operation by way of the belt. The cam marks are very difficult to see yes they are there they are tiny hash marks so I paint marked them for this documentation. Luckily, Fastenal ordered me the good quality bolt. Without it, the engine stops providing power and becomes damaged.
There should be no evidence of leakage. B5244S5, B5244S4, B5254T3, B5254T7, B5254T7. For the balance belt, you can do better by performing a dynamic belt tensioning as noted below. The biggest hassle is correctly setting the belt tensions. Turn the timing gear pulley clockwise until the screws at the oval holes are in the limit position.
If all is good reassemble the rest and done! Markings and adjustments must be accurate to within a tooth. Use another large Allen key with the short leg in the hole next to the socket, which you then rotate to adjust the off-center pulley hub. To remove the bolt you will need to restrain the pulley. The drop down menu at the top will help you find a topic of interest or you can If you have any questions about the site, head over to the. A one step torque to 40 ft-lbs 55 Nm should also be adequate, just don't over-torque. Most car manufacturers recommend changing your timing belt between 50,000 and 70,000 miles consult your owner's manual to see what your specific manufacturer suggests. I also replaced water pump, timing belt idler pulley, timing belt tensioner, and 2 accessories belts.
I timed it to the marks when replacing the belt, but I didn't move the vvt hub, however I didn't hear the engine running before I bought it. For the timing belt, this method is about as good as you're going to get without a gauge. AutoZone understands the urgency of replacing your timing belt. Note the small, dished, metal plate inserted in the rear cover edge approximately halfway between the two balance shaft pulleys and above the belt. Even at the dealer when doing this service on an engine with variable valve timing we are very careful. I just thought I would mention how I got my cam seals in.
Have swapped out crank sensor with one from another car that is known good, and done a hard reset. I'm around 106k miles on my T5 think of doing similar service. Turn the hub to loosen the belt and remove it. Turn the crankshaft clockwise slightly to avoid the adjustment tool being in the wrong position. Loosen the four 10 mm nuts holding the fan to the water pump try not to round the nuts. Originally titled in Texas 3 owner car. You may notice that the lower front timing cover has a plastic stud that bumps into the new pulley.
At this temperature the pointer should be about centered. Make an initial setting for the balance belt tension as below. Orient the belt then place it over the right balance shaft pulley with the corresponding mark aligned, then go under the crank pulley, then over the left balance shaft pulley as you slide the end loop over the tensioner pulley. I was careful to keep my eyes and hands out of the line of fire. Just my 2c, Sean Dave, It was fairly quick for me to do it.
You can use the marks underneath the crank pulley for this you may want to use a mirror. Carefully note the two lowest cover bolts that also secure wire harness clamps. You can identify which you have by looking at the bolt in the center of the upper timing cover face. I have an automatic s60 t5 right now. Or you could make minor adjustments with the engine off and check for noise with the engine running.
Timing gear pulleys without variable valve timing units Install the timing gear pulley on the intake camshaft with two screws, but do not tighten. A revised balance belt tensioner pulley was introduced some time after 1989. With it all in time go back down and remove the 4-10mm bolts and the 30mm crank pulley nut. Belts There are two belts to be replaced: the cam timing belt and the balance shaft belt. If you don't have the magical Volvo tensioning tool and this is one of your first ever attempts at timing belt replacement then you may find it more worthwhile to have a qualified shop do the job.