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    Default socket for timing belt cover

    hi,

    noticed there a few special tools that are needed for this car and im unsure on what tool is needed for the timing belt cover is it a male spline socket?

    any ideas what size it is as well thanks

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    Vehicle : Vectra

    Trim : 1.9 cdti

    Engine : 120

    Year : 06

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    Which car have you got? CDTi?

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    sorry yeh its the 1.9CDTI 150bhp.. they seem to have the same socket on the inlet manifold on the fuel regulator.

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    Vehicle : Vectra

    Trim : 1.9 cdti

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    CDTi: T25 for 3 top bolts and 10/13mm hex socket for 2 bottom bolts for timing cover. 15mm for engine mount 2 bolts and 1 nut. E14 to take off auxilliary belt roller. T55 to take off auxilliary belt tensioner (if required but not necessary), 15mm hex to take 3 long bolts and 13mm hex for 2 lower bolts holding the casing covering the timing belt tensioner. T45 to remove crank pulley bolts, 12mm hex to remove timing belt tensioner,15mm hex to remove timing roller.

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    Hex? Isnt that allen key? At least thats what comes up in google when I type it in. Mine seem to be all the same on the timing belt cover. Certainly no torx ones on there. Do I need any long hex or the standard size ones fine? Cheers for the reply.
    Last edited by craig20102010; 22nd November 2012 at 10:52.

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