would leave that 1 to a mechanic bud,tho not the most difficult 1 to do ,if
youve never done a cambelt or know wot it does you could seriousley damage
youre engine,must be timed up and tensioned correctley.
If you need to ask......
Get it wrong and you could end up doing a lot of damage, and I mean a
*expencive* damage (I've known complete cylinder head or engines to
need replacing after cam belt failure / incorrect valve timing),
'just being good at DIY' is not enough - you need to know what you
are doing and understand why you are doing it.
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