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    Technical Diagrams

    Please help,
    Could any of you kind people tell me a site that might have engine diagrams for a MK3 Astra GSI? My Cam belt has snapped
    Also does anyone know if the MK3 GSi's had "free wheeling Cams"?
    Many thanks and christmas good wishes to you all!

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    please someone help me!!!!

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    How do you mean technical diagrams? Drawings or schematic?

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    Always found the haynes manual to be great for my old gsi.

    Don't know what you mean by free wheeling cams but I know my old one had idler pullies that needed replacing when I did my cam belt.

    Hope that answers some of your questions at least
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    Steve - I mean drawings, I'm looking for a site that might have diagrams like the haynes manual before I go and buy it (bit cheap I know but what good is the internet if you can get free info)

    Autospark - By free wheeling I mean that the cam is designed to keep spinning if the belt snaps so it doesn't damage the piston rods.

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