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Changing the Polyrib Belt

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Changing the Polyrib Belt


Note: Part numbers may change over time, so please make sure you have the latest part numbers. Parts you will need: 1 ea 9A110221601 Tools you will need: Tools to remove rear bumper cover as outlined in: http://www.gettydesi...Rear_Bumper.pdf 30mm open end wrench (large crescent wrench possible) small prybar or screwdriver 16mm socket 8” 3/8” extension torque wrench Begin by removing the rear bumper (see other tutorial). Remove the air filter housing (see other tutorial). Look

 

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thank you for the DIY, so far it has been very helpful. I am having a problem getting the spacer back in, do i need to lift the engine a little bit? Can i lift the engine with a jack and piece of wood? My car is on jack stands, I am also replacing the spark plugs. Not sure if this matters...

thanks!

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Great write up! More difficult to change the belt in a 997.2. It took me about two hours to get this done, but I couldn't have completed this job without your instructions. Thank you!

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You don't have to remove the rear bumper cover. Just remove your license plate and plate mount. There is an access hole that allows you to remove the spacer bolt.

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