Re: Changing cam belt myself
The exhaust cam pulley is keyed so the timing is fixed IIRC. You shouldn't need to remove it unless you are changing the bearing that the exhaust cam runs in.
As fot the pulley holding tools I fabricated 2 metal strips bent over at 90º at the ends for about 20mm, then held together with a single bolt so that they are like pair of scissors. Its quite hard to describe and I Cant take a photo...
The jobs not too difficukt but you need to be careful to get everything right. There are a couple of things on the cambelt change guide that didn't really apply or could be missed.
Giulietta 2.0JTDm (170), BMW 335i Cabrio
Last edited by symon; 25-09-07 at 07:16.