Posted 22 October 2012 - 09:14 PM
Posted 22 October 2012 - 10:26 PM
That's about £5.50, a new manual from Ford is about £24
Posted 23 October 2012 - 02:05 PM
Thank you, I found it at https://www.etis.for...cheduleForm.do. There is no PDF, but there is Service Schedule per mileage or year.
try ford etis they have service schedules
Let me notice that it says 200.000 km for camshaft drive belt, unlike my local Ford service which tells me that it should be changed on 120.000 km.
Posted 23 October 2012 - 05:16 PM
Posted 24 October 2012 - 11:33 AM
Thank you for your reply here and at http://www.fordowner...e__hl__cambelt. Similar discussion at http://www.fordowner...e__hl__cambelt.
the cambelt is a subject of controversy the tensioner is not warrantied and fails before 100k never mind higher than that the belt is warrantied for 100k however the tensioner goes not the belt i do petrols at 70k ide do the diesel at 80k
Ford Service Schedule says 200.000 kilometres for camshaft drive belt, unlike my local Ford service which tells me that it should be changed on 120.000 kilometres. I gues you use miles, but it's not 100k then, rather 125k, if I understand it correctly. So, when you say 80k for diesel, I guess it's 130.000 kilometres, so it's like my Ford service.
My serviceman tells me to also replace the auxiliary drive belt kit (which is with tensioner and pulleys far more expensive than cambelt kit), because it's very near to cambelt and it can cause a damage if broken. But, he said tensioner and pulleys here should be checked first and replaced only if damaged.
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