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E36General discussion and technical help for (E36) 1992-1999 3 series cars. 318, 323, 325, 328.
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again, its not a timing belt, which is actually a good thing because otherwise youd be screwed, just order new ones, loosen the tensioner, put them on(there is a pic somewhere of how they are suppoesd to go on) and then re tighten the tensioner, peace of cake trust me
Originally Posted by c1apton
I keep forgetting that - I have a great memory but it doesn't last long
again, its not a timing belt, which is actually a good thing
Thanks Captain, what would we do without you?
Check for alginment as someone mentioned. And then check your other belts. Probably two other belts. When one of these belts snaps in BMW's they have a tendency to take out more than one belt. Then hope you get the parts and do it yourself or hope your mechanic isnt that far.