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    As above ??anyone changed one of these on the 2.0 dti with aircon,this morning i heard a squealing noise coming from the belt area,on closer inspection it appears shiny and worn so i think it needs changing,so need to know how to tackle it....??Any pointers anyone.

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    Fairly straight forward. For ease of fitment remove the air filter box, the dvrs front wheel and undetray.
    Use a digi camera or phone to take a pic for ease of routing new belt.
    You then need to lever the tensioner back plate anti-clockwise to release tension and then slip the belt off. Using digi picture route new belt. move tensioner backplate and slide belt over tensioner. refit undertray wheel and airbox.
    Hope this helps

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    Quote Originally Posted by lesj View Post
    Fairly straight forward. For ease of fitment remove the air filter box, the dvrs front wheel and undetray.
    Use a digi camera or phone to take a pic for ease of routing new belt.
    You then need to lever the tensioner back plate anti-clockwise to release tension and then slip the belt off. Using digi picture route new belt. move tensioner backplate and slide belt over tensioner. refit undertray wheel and airbox.
    Hope this helps
    Thanks for the info m8,might tackle the job tommorow if i can find the time in between decorating the lounge,a week off work and shes keeping me busy.

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