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R50 VG33 belt cover torque specs and fastener guide

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I did the timing belt recently. I have boat loads of VG parts, so to avoid confusion, I made these guides to help with a belt change. You can print them out and have them right with you outside if you need them. To make the torques less confusing, I narrowed the values to one type of unit. Sorry, to our international friends. Everything here is based off of 1997 FSM information.

 

beck_ddr_vg33_r50_belt_cover_fasteners_1.jpg

 

beck_ddr_vg33_r50_belt_cover_fasteners_2.jpg

 

beck_ddr_vg33_r50_timing_belt_torque.jpg

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Those diagrams are awesome! :D

They're gonna come in mighty handy when I change my

timing belt in the coming weeks.

Thanks :jig:

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Awesome, starting my timing belt project this weekend! Thanks for the sweet diagram! :treadmill:

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Does anybody have these pictures saved anywhere?

 

I changed both of my belts and had to have done something wrong because now for a mintue or so they make a loud squeek when I start up the car.

 

 

 

 

I did the timing belt recently. I have boat loads of VG parts, so to avoid confusion, I made these guides to help with a belt change. You can print them out and have them right with you outside if you need them. To make the torques less confusing, I narrowed the values to one type of unit. Sorry, to our international friends. Everything here is based off of 1997 FSM information.

 

beck_ddr_vg33_r50_belt_cover_fasteners_1.jpg

 

beck_ddr_vg33_r50_belt_cover_fasteners_2.jpg

 

beck_ddr_vg33_r50_timing_belt_torque.jpg

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It don't mean you did something wrong cause they squeak for a minute. Maybe your belts are not tight enough, or a pulley is loose.

 

Jose

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Links for pictures are fixed. For future reference, it is ok to help a brother out and send a message when there is a problem.

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Not sure what I did wrong, but I fixed it. I took the belt back off and checked out the pulley and put it back on, no squeaks!

 

It don't mean you did something wrong cause they squeak for a minute. Maybe your belts are not tight enough, or a pulley is loose.

 

Jose

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Cool, thanks.

 

Links for pictures are fixed. For future reference, it is ok to help a brother out and send a message when there is a problem.

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can we update this, nothing pictured?

 

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Considering the OP was last active almost 5 years ago, I'd say it is probably a no go on that one. Sorry... :shrug:

 

B

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