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    Re-Fitting Aux Belt

    I took the Aux belt off to try to diagnose a problem with my Mk4, just want to double check how to re-fit it. I know there was a thread with a diagram a bit back but I cant seem to find it.

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    It's a piece of piss - 2 min job.

    which engine you got?? and do you have air-con??
    0-60 in 6.5 secs and 48mpg- winner!

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    z16xe and yes I do have aircon. I have re-fitted it but just want to make sure I done it correctly. Also I used as 15mm spanner on the tensioner. It didnt unscrew but just pulled the whole arm back alowing me to get the belt on/off. I take it this is correct?

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    the method you used is correct.

    from memory I think the path required is something like this:
    0-60 in 6.5 secs and 48mpg- winner!

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    Yeh that seems to be the way I put it on. Exellent. Thanks

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