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Old February 17th, 2017, 08:28   #6
Tdijarhead
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I agree this is a scary story. My first thought was they didn't remove the cam sprocket also or at least loosen it. On an ALH the belt fits tight but they shouldn't have had any problem getting it on. Not like a BEW where you almost have to slide the cam sprocket off. That belt from Kerma should have fit right on there. I wouldn't be surprised to learn that was the first TDI they've ever done. Definitely take it to some one who knows what they are doing.
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