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PostPosted: Tue Mar 29, 2005 11:26 pm 
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takes about 2 seconds to fit

jack car up on drivers side and remove the front wheel
i.d the aux drive belt (you cant miss it its the only 1 you can see). 1 of the pullys is on a sprung arm, so get a spanner on this and slaken the belt to remove it, you only need to take it off the pulley your removing. whack a socket on the old 1 and take it off.
then just put it all back together witht the new pully.
if you need instructions with that then you shouldnt be working on your car :lol:

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PostPosted: Wed Mar 30, 2005 12:18 am 
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Yeah but your a mobile fucking halfords! :lol:

Tom can back me up on that, you should be with a F1 or Rally Team in their pit crew :lol: :lol:

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PostPosted: Wed Mar 30, 2005 2:18 am 
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Brycey wrote:
Yeah but your a mobile sodding halfords! :lol:

Tom can back me up on that, you should be with a F1 or Rally Team in their pit crew :lol: :lol:


i've got a mate like that, it's like having a snap-on wagon behind ya, lol
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hehe you may laugh but i feel alot better with that stuff onboard. and my passengers love it!

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Location: On the drive,Fixing the car.
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Tom did aswell! :lol:

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PostPosted: Tue Apr 05, 2005 2:15 pm 
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Just changed mine over along with the drive belt and the squeak has gone.

Just to add to chop_suey's instructions it is real easy.

Once the car is jacked up and wheel is removed along with plastic arch covering and another cover hiding the drive belt.

The pully that you want is just above the alternator to the left.

There should be another pulley of similar size, just above(this is the one with a sprung arm), put a spanner (15mm) on that and turn it clockwise to slacken the
belt. the rest is exlpained well enough by Chop_suey (no affence intended mate just thought i'd add a bit more detail :P ).

This is on a 1.6 Si 16v so the layout may differ on the 1.4 but i doubt it.

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PostPosted: Sun Apr 24, 2005 2:57 pm 
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Hmm may have to look into this next service interval, cus mine tends to squeak on idle, not a major problem, and it seems to go once it's been running, but it sounds like it's coming from around the alternator.

On a 1.25 Zetec btw :)

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Am i glad i came on here, had to listen to this squeek for over a month now, was thinking of getting a new cam belt but i think ill get one off them pully thingysl


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PostPosted: Sun May 08, 2005 6:25 pm 
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Got, mine done too, the annoying noise has now gone. Didnt bother getting a new drive belt and iam not spending anymore money on the engine, cam cover gasket and cam seals need replacing so not gonna bother and go and get myself a 2.0L.........ALL I NEED NOW IS A JOB !

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