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Old 07-10-22, 01:14 AM
Kevin H Kevin H is offline
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Originally Posted by Thor View Post
If it is the RH one, the cam drive is at the back of the engine. so the tensioner is on the outside of the 'V', again high up at the back of the cylinder head, just under the face of the cam cover.

Already changed that one, very easy apart from following a YouTube video that said to remove the inner wheel arch for access. Turns out it's very easy to do from above the engine!



Thanks for the diagram of the other one. I had looked there but couldn't see it. The diagram below suggests it might be lower down on the RH side of the front of the engine.
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