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    is it absolutley neccessary to remove the balance shaft belt to remove the camshaft from the cylinder head? Also, the belt tensioner moved very, very little (loosened the nut) is there a trick, method, to move it, aside from banging it

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    Quote Originally Posted by elias View Post
    is it absolutley neccessary to remove the balance shaft belt to remove the camshaft from the cylinder head? Also, the belt tensioner moved very, very little (loosened the nut) is there a trick, method, to move it, aside from banging it

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    Hello elias,

    Based on our procedure for removing the camshaft, it is necessary to remove both the timing and balance shaft belts. This would also require removing the tensioners. Our recommendation is to follow the outlined procedure. This does not mean that a shortcut does not exist, it's just that we chose the method in our manual as the most appropriate. Good luck with your project.

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