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How do you change the timing belt on a 1993 Ford Ranger manual transmission 2.3 Liter 4-cylinder vehicle?

by Guest4987  |  10 years, 9 month(s) ago

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I want to change e timing belt on a 1993 Ford Ranger manual transmission 2.3 Liter 4-cylinder vehicle. How can I do that Please help me!

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  1. James Augustus

    Here is the procedure of changing timing belt:

    First disconnect the negative battery twisted cord from the vehicle battery.
    Find the crankshaft timing belt sprocket. You will see the large sprocket besides the pan of the engine oil, on the engine block front.
    Now you should turn the crankshaft sprocket clockwise with the help of socket and socket wrench, until the timing belts on the crankshaft sprocket and inward timing belt cover are bordered up. There is a lone timing assess, generally a spot, on the crankshaft sprocket and the inward timing belt cover.
    Now place the new timing belt by hand, beginning under the base edge of the crankshaft sprocket, then extend counter-clockwise round the auxiliary and camshaft sprockets. Be sure the teeth on the belt are bordered up in the grooves that are discovered on the pulleys. Do not rotate these pulleys, or the motor timing will be affected.
    You should Loosen the bolt that protects the timing belt tensioner roller contrary to the timing belt, utilizing a socket wrench and socket and rotating counter-clockwise.
    Press the roller contrary to the timing belt by hand, conceiving stress in the timing belt, then squeeze the roller bolt utilizing a socket wrench and socket, rotating clockwise while retaining the roller in place.
    Rotate clockwise two time the crankshaft sprocket, now utilize a socket wrench and socket to eliminate the slack from the belt. It is better to be sure that the belt is still in proper alignment position and the timing belts on the crankshaft sprocket and inward timing belt cover still line up.
    Find the tensioner change bolt interior the timing band tensioner jump, besides the tensioner roller.
    I hope this will be very helpful for you. Have a good time!
     

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