Good info Jim. I've only worked on Carole and Geoff's 2+2 which has the
liner riveted and cut outs around the brake pipe. Quick and easy to remove.
On 17/05/18 08:40, Jim Hearne wrote:
I've never removed the liner as it's normally sikaflexed to the frame,
also, i think you would have to remove the brake pipe to the front
wheel, more hassle.
-----Original Message----- From: 'Steve Kodź' via Quantum Owners Group
Sent: Thursday, May 17, 2018 8:35 AM
Subject: Re: [Quantum Owners] 2+2 Timing Belt
It may be quite easy to remove the wheel arch liner to gain more
access. It is tight, but should be possible.
On 17/05/18 06:01, Nigel Plant wrote:
I need to change the timing belt and water pump - 1.6 CVH. A quick
question; is there enough space to the side to get the covers off and
do this or do I need a double jointed chimpanzee, lift the engine a
bit etc. I seem to remember reading that a Zetec is real tight but
CVH is Ok.
Any tips for anything out of the norm is appreciated.
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