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Published on Sep 20, 2011
https://www.1aauto.com/1A/TimingBelts... 1A Auto shows you how to install, change or replace a cracked, snapped, cut or timing belt. Another common reason to change this is if your car has high mileage and is recommended to be changed by your vehicle manufacturer. This video is applicable to 95, 96, and 97 Dodge Intrepid models.
1. Beginning the Repair 0:10 2. Removing the Water Pump 0:30 3. Changing the Water Pump 0:30 4. Changing the Tensioner Pulley 3:00 5. Replace the Timing Belt 3:28 6. Reinstalling the Covers and Belts 8:16 7. Reinstalling the Radiator 9:52 8. Tighten the Belts 12:52 9. Filling the Car with Coolant 13:52
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