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Old 17 Jan 2012, 02:09 pm
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Default Changing Timing Belt - Jack engine end?

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Can I jack up just the timing belt end of the engine to access the mount bolts without unbolting the transmission mount? Or will this damage the transmission mount?

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Old 17 Jan 2012, 02:53 pm
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Default Re: Changing Timing Belt - Jack engine end?

You should jack up the passenger side and lower the transmission side. So, yes you'll need to disconnect the transmission mount.
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Old 17 Jan 2012, 09:11 pm
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Default Re: Changing Timing Belt - Jack engine end?

I somehow did it w/o unbolting trans mount, of course disconnect the exhaust flange.
Thought I followed the FSM, but anything I recall's debatable.
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