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Old 12-27-2004, 03:00 PM
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Angry timing diagrams

I seriously need help. I need a diagram of how the timing belt goes on. I can not find one anywhere. Can anyone help?
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You'll find all the info you need at the Ranger & B-Series board. The second "READ FIRST" post is technical information. Click on that & scroll down 7 items & click on "2.3L timing belt". It's a pdf file & will take some time to load and is as complete with diagrams and text. Read the whole thing & you're good to go.
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