North American Turbocoupe Organization

Replacing timing belt
TeamEntity Offline
Dont' have the manual yet. and since i'll be in there. any mod recommendations?? thanks..
Honest and sincere.. NO B.S. From me.

Pete D Offline
If you got a lot of miles you may want to replace the belt tensioner. You could put on an adjustable cam sprocket but if you got a stock cam it may not be worth it. If you got an original water pump, you might want to replace that

[This message has been edited by Pete D (edited 02-04-2005).]
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tlswart Offline
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Best to go ahead and replace rubber hoses in the area and the thermostat.

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Terry: 88TC, 5spd, Gillis valve.

tps87turbo Offline
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Shaft Seals for the Crank, Aux Shaft & Cam. Also Tensioner, & Water pump as stated eariler. Hoses, Belts & Thermostat are also good candidates.

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