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3.5 Timing Belt Replacement

Seems like everyone thinks you have to remove the crank pulley to replace the timing belt. I have done it without removing the pulley. Cover bolts are reached thru holes in Pulley. Line up timing marks, cut off old belt and wiggle new belt under and around pulley. Naturally you change water pump and tensioner pulley at the same time. Visit www.allpar.com/fix/timingbelt3.5html article by John Mastriano and confirm my thread.
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It is possible. I have done it too. Its just easier to do it with the pulley off. Easier to get the belt in and out and see the mark. It is also easier to clean all the old timing belt "shavings" that end up under the crank pulley.
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I'm glad to hear that someone else says you don't have to remove the crank pulley. So many who have not tried will tell you it can't be done. Thats the only way my local MOPAR does it, and thats where I learned about it.
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I'm glad to hear that someone else says you don't have to remove the crank pulley. So many who have not tried will tell you it can't be done. Thats the only way my local MOPAR does it, and thats where I learned about it.
Thats true. It especially helps if you are working on flat rate. Saves quite a bit of time.
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