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Old 02-05-2012, 12:39 AM
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Urgent manual tensioner question

Hey just got a couple questions because of vague diy's over the net, I bought the manual conversion kit and got all the right parts and the timing belt tensioner pulley and everything else is together but my question is...

Which pulley do I use over the top of the timing belt tensioner roller? h23 one out of the kit or the stock h22 one? and also does it need a washer between them? (i know the washer thats in the h22 originally is used at the end, but need to know about the spacing issue between the 2 pulleys)

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Re: Urgent manual tensioner question

If you got the full tensioner kit then it should have both the pulleys needed. The timing belt pulley should be the pulley with the hook, forgot which part number it was. The plain regular pulley is for the balance belt. And no, you do not need a washer if you used both pulleys from the kit.
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Re: Urgent manual tensioner question

I think you looked at the DIY's and didnt read them too well.

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Next we will install the balance shaft tensioner pulley. For this install, we will re-use the H22 part. The H23 part has a larger spacer that places it further out away from the timing belt pulley. I recomend using the H23 part (not shown), but with a few washers (used as spacers) the H22 pulley (pictured) can be used correctly.
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Re: Urgent manual tensioner question

Sorry dudes, worked it out in the end and just got confused by that part in the diy and needed it done then and there.

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