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Tutorial: 1.6HDi - How to remove and replace auxiliary drivebelt Peugeot Citroen

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adioperator   
Wed Oct 22 2014, 05:33am
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Location: Tulcea
Hello!
I am glad to present you another tutorial: How to remove and replace auxiliary drivebelt Peugeot Citroen 1.6HDi



Have a nice day
Adrian
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polestarboy   
Wed Oct 22 2014, 03:01pm
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clean engine!
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stevjull2017   
Thu Jan 05 2017, 07:11pm
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Adrian, vă mulţumesc pentru sfaturi, Stefan din Australia
richardthestag   
Mon Apr 17 2017, 10:36am
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Location: chilternshire
excellent and very helpful video.

Can I add the following useful things that I found.

Firstly when the belt is gone altogether, there is not enough room underneath the engine mount to get a 15mm spanner onto the tensioner.

I used a tyre lever from the top of the alternator pulley to the bottom of the tensioner wheel to lever it forwards to get the 4mm drill bit into the hole.

Secondly someone has been at my tensioner before probably with stilsons or something which meant that I could not get a 15mm spanner onto it to get the drill bit out. 15mm socket over the top of the whole post and short wrench provided a suitable substitute




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