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Suzuki Forenza with Broken Timing Belt - Part 1 (Timing Cover Removal)

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Published on Nov 25, 2012

This video shows where a timing belt is broken on a 2006 Forenza after 40,000 miles. There is valve damage which will be addressed in later videos. In the videos that follow, there will be a step-by-step procedure in removing and reinstalling the head. However, if you only need to replace your timing belt along with the other components such as the idlers, tensioner, water pump, etc., head over to this four part video series which shows that procedure. The first part of this video series is located here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ldfj8...

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