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JEAN
JEAN 7/5/2010
1997 Volkswagen Cabrio Base 4Cyl2.0L - Engine
HOW TO REPLACE A TIMING BELT
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  • stevelo
    stevelo 7/6/2010
    Unless you know what you are doing I wouldn't try to tackle this one. This is a very complicated job. Plus it is a front wheeldrive. You pretty much have to pull that whole side of the engine off that has the belts and pulleys. And there is not alot of room to move in there. I am sorry I know this probably won't help much. And if you take it to get it fixed it will probably be fairly expensive. I figure somewhere between $700 and $1200 if not more. Unfortunatly it is a foreign make.
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