Ok. So rotate crankshaft until #1 cylinder is at TDC with the camshaft sprocket timing mark aligning with timing mark on cylinder head. Loosen timing belt tensioner center bolt, ( White#1 in pic.) And move tensioner pulley toward water pump. Tighten center
bolt to secure tensioner. Remove front timing belt. Remove tensioner pulley and timing belt auto
tensioner( Red #1 & #2). Then to remove balance shaft belt, remove left balance shaft access plug from cylinder block.( Red arrow) Insert.31" (8.0
mm) diameter Phillips screwdriver to block left silent shaft. Ensure screwdriver can be
inserted at least 2.36" (59.9 mm). Remove screwdriver if it cannot be inserted at least 2.36" (59.9 mm).
Rotate balance shaft one revolution and realign timing mark. If reusing old balance shaft timing belt, mark belt with arrow to indicate rotation direction. Holding
crankshaft stationary, remove front crankshaft sprocket bolt. Use gear puller to remove crankshaft
sprocket from crankshaft.
Noting direction of installation, remove crankshaft sensing blade. Loosen balance shaft tensioner pulley
center bolt( Red #3 ). Remove balance shaft timing belt. So does this sound correct? Thx
Wednesday, August 1st, 2012 AT 4:57 AM