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V50 D5 tensioner

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Old Apr 3rd, 2019, 19:19   #1
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Evening, I wonder if anyone could help please? I've just changed both of my Aux/ Air con belt's and tensioners, I torqued the 13mm bolt that holds them in place to 24nm as that is what haynes says or rather all other engines other than 2.0! I've checked/searched online for the torque setting but can't find any info regarding this! it's just 24nm seems a little low. Many thanks in advance.



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Never mind I found the information elsewhere, Thanks for all the replies!



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Never mind I found the information elsewhere, Thanks for all the replies!

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Ouch!!.....Although frustrating I surmise no replies meant nobody knew or anyone that did had not viewed your thread.
I viewed it but did not post cos I did not know

So to assist others who may search for this very answer in the future, what were the torque figures?
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Best I could find was in the Haynes manual quoted at 24nm, As i was also doing the timing belt this weekend, The idler pulley is 24nm and the tensioner bolt is also 24nm, So whilst unconfirmed at 24nm it would make sense as the timing side is the same?


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