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$390 for belt replacement sounds a bit high. I think my indy shop charged an hour labour
 
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I'm about to tackle most of these jobs in the process of fitting my new exhaust. I have a couple of questions, which are the bolts that you had shear off? also how do you know you know you have the correct belt tension on the new belt? thanks in advance.
 
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I'm about to tackle most of these jobs in the process of fitting my new exhaust. I have a couple of questions, which are the bolts that you had shear off? also how do you know you know you have the correct belt tension on the new belt? thanks in advance.
The Belt has a tensioner pulley, so you pull it back, run the belt over it and let it go....auto-tension. Pretty easy. Take the Air box off and make it easier on yourself.

I think I posted on here or rennlist some info and/or picture with the belt routing diagram I made.

Good luck
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Originally Posted by therock88 View Post
The Belt has a tensioner pulley, so you pull it back, run the belt over it and let it go....auto-tension. Pretty easy. Take the Air box off and make it easier on yourself.

I think I posted on here or rennlist some info and/or picture with the belt routing diagram I made.

Good luck
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Thanks very much for the reply, I'll try and get it done this week.
 
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Thanks very much for the reply, I'll try and get it done this week.

No problem...

Here is a diagram that may help you as well....I used Photoshop and added a suggested order of routing to make it a bit easier. Do what works for you...This was the easiest approach for me.

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No problem...

Here is a diagram that may help you as well....I used Photoshop and added a suggested order of routing to make it a bit easier. Do what works for you...This was the easiest approach for me.

DC


That worked for me today, new belt installed. I also changed the three plugs and coils on the right side today, I haven't jacked the car up or taken wheels off. it's sitting on it's wheels one the floor! hopefully the other 3 will go as well tomorrow .
 
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No problem...

Here is a diagram that may help you as well....I used Photoshop and added a suggested order of routing to make it a bit easier. Do what works for you...This was the easiest approach for me.

DC


I'm planning on doing the 48K service on my 997.1 turbo myself.

Can someone please point out where on this diagram is the tensioner pulley? Also, what size bolt is it?

Lastly, is there a DIY for the All Wheel Drive Controller oil change?

Thank you!
 
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Originally Posted by [email protected] View Post
I'm planning on doing the 48K service on my 997.1 turbo myself.

Can someone please point out where on this diagram is the tensioner pulley? Also, what size bolt is it?

Lastly, is there a DIY for the All Wheel Drive Controller oil change?

Thank you!
It is the yellow one labeled idler Pulley Lever Nut (pulley would be #2). I cannot recall, but I think it is 17 or 19 MM.

DC
 
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Well done Ben! going to give it a try in the next few weeks.Is the fuel filter the same as the 996TT? MAHLE KL 69 Fuel Filter
 

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Originally Posted by jayi836 View Post
Well done Ben! going to give it a try in the next few weeks.Is the fuel filter the same as the 996TT? MAHLE KL 69 Fuel Filter
When I took the picture of the new fuel filter, I made sure the part number stamped on it was visible in the picture

996.110.253.52

 
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Thanks for confirming Ben, Just did the one on my son's 996TT and it crosses over to the KL69 same part at 1/2 the price. I will get it from the dealer since I need the other parts you listed.
 

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Lowering the engine a couple inches makes access to the fuel filter much easier
 
 
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