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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 10-03-07, 11:28 AM Thread Starter
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Does a 2000 ZX2 Zetec using timing belt or timing chain?

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Re: Does a 2000 ZX2 Zetec using timing belt or timing chain?

It takes a belt I'm sure but I dont know much more. I'm here searching for
belt info myself. I cant find the timing alignment marks to reassemble. I thought these belts lasted 120K? LMAO
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Re: Does a 2000 ZX2 Zetec using timing belt or timing chain?

Does anyone know how to time these things??? I would have never thought
it to be so difficult. Anyone know of a online manual or something?
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Re: Does a 2000 ZX2 Zetec using timing belt or timing chain?

Hope I'm not too late! It is a pain to line up, you have to get a special tool. It's all explained in the link though =)

How-to, Change Your Timing Belt. Now with pictures!
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