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Re: 1.6 16V cambelt / timing belt guide

Postby spuggy » Thu Nov 20, 2014 5:08 pm

Could any one tell me what size the bolts are in the cam belt cover what socket is it as they are very small

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Re: 1.6 16V cambelt / timing belt guide

Postby gazza82 » Thu Nov 20, 2014 6:39 pm

This was with our 2.0, but I think they are 10mm heads, but I don't have the car around to check.

I have a small 1/4" & 3/8" socket set and it was one of those .. :oops:
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Re: 1.6 16V cambelt / timing belt guide

Postby spuggy » Fri Nov 21, 2014 10:57 am

Thank you
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Re: 1.6 16V cambelt / timing belt guide

Postby jm13 » Thu Dec 04, 2014 6:19 pm

Hi guys new to the forum so hello :Yes:
I recently bought a peugeot 206 s 1360cc from an auction ( sold as seen lol ) without checking it over as i drove it home the engine light was on and the temp shot up after having a look the next day there was water in the oil so i assume its the head gasket which i have changed along with the water pump and cam belt , now I have had a nightmare it wont run at all the crank and cam were locked with pins. when turned over it try s and if given gas pedal to the floor it fires but sounds rough and there is a slight backfire which would say to me timing is out , I cant find any marks or anything in hynes manual to point me where to start , so my question is if you had to set the engine up from scratch for a new cam belt what would you line up to what and where lol sorry I am old school mechanic newer cars i have never worked on , could it be something else like a cam position sensor ? I just dont have a clue any help advice would be great
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Re: 1.6 16V cambelt / timing belt guide

Postby Capncol » Fri Dec 05, 2014 9:50 am

Hi John and welcome.
It sounds like you have the timing out a tooth or two.. Ignition timing is controlled by the ECU so there isn't a timing mark for that. I wold drop the covers off and recheck everything lines up with the flywheel pinned. (Don't forget if the cam marks are 180 degrees out, turn the crank one complete turn, and they should then line up)

Let us know what you find, and we can try and help further.
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Re: 1.6 16V cambelt / timing belt guide

Postby jm13 » Wed Dec 10, 2014 2:00 am

THanks for the reply thats what i figured and tried that but no good think i will have to give in and toe it to local garage its turning into a money pit :ill:
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Re: 1.6 16V cambelt / timing belt guide

Postby Pete-crisp » Sun Apr 05, 2015 9:36 am

Hi guys, just finished changing the cambelt and tensioner on my girlfriends 2.0 16v cc. All went well but the only think I want to know is when the tension has been set when the pointer is on the notch and the 16mm nut has been tightened while rotating the engine buy and should the pointer move at all? This one moves up and down a couple of mm but does alway go back to facing the notch.

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Re: 1.6 16V cambelt / timing belt guide

Postby leegsi » Sun Apr 05, 2015 1:19 pm

Did you use your universal cam locking tool instead of the 2 8mm drill bits?
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Re: 1.6 16V cambelt / timing belt guide

Postby Capncol » Sun Apr 05, 2015 2:48 pm

Is that to me?
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Re: 1.6 16V cambelt / timing belt guide

Postby Pete-crisp » Mon Apr 06, 2015 8:47 am

My message is to anyone who would no or had this problem?

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Re: 1.6 16V cambelt / timing belt guide

Postby Capncol » Mon Apr 06, 2015 9:50 am

I use either pins or locking tool as I have both.
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Re: 1.6 16V cambelt / timing belt guide

Postby gazza82 » Mon Apr 06, 2015 11:08 am

I used two 8mm bolts on cams. 2.0 litre engine though if it makes any difference.
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Re: 1.6 16V cambelt / timing belt guide

Postby Paul_Turvey » Sun Jul 12, 2015 11:54 am

Brilliant thread!

I just rebuilt a Tu1 jp head after the cam belt went and bent the valves, this forum along with a German bloke on YouTube helped me rebuild the head and I didn't even know what I was doing to start with!

Thanks for the photo's and the explanation it really helped me out and the 1.1 car is now running like a dream!

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Re: 1.6 16V cambelt / timing belt guide

Postby Capncol » Thu Aug 04, 2016 5:34 pm

You're welcome
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Re: 1.6 16V cambelt / timing belt guide

Postby Seanie » Sun Aug 21, 2016 7:14 am

OMG, I did mine yesterday on a Peugeot 206 GTI, same engine as the CC (136BHP not the 180).

I brought a Gates timing belt kit which came with the full water pump with housing, way better quality than the plastic one by Peugeot themselves, this one is all metal, the only downside to this is there is 1 bolt to remove, and 3 nuts, which at first I didnt realize were nuts on studs, I thought they were bolts, and in-order to get the whole housing off the attached metal water pipe, you have to remove the studs too, lol, 8mm socket fixed this for me, but still wasnt easy, its tight in there with no room to move.

Never again am I going to try this job, it would have been easier to lift the whole engine out, change the parts and drop the engine back in, the timing belt cover bolts are near as impossible to get too, especially the back ones with the AirCon pipes in the way, what a stupid place to put the ECU, the timing belt I fitted was that difficult to get on, I had to check 10 times it was actually the right size lol.

in the end we fitted it in a different order to what Peugeot suggested, left cam one till last, got it around everything else, crank, pulleys, water pump etc. and with all locking pins still in place, three of them, we knocked the crank out of time very slightly to give enough slack to get the belt over cam 1 and then pulled the crank back into time with the timing marks we set, even then it was a massive struggle, really dont see any need for a tensioner here, the timing belt is over tight already in my opinion, 6 and a half hours to do the job and most of the time was spent getting the timing belt cover off.

Just one other thing to add very quickly which ive never seen before, unlike the pictures on page 1 of this thread, my 2 cam pulleys dont look the same, Cam 2 has some kind of heavy round weight in it which I had to remove in order to pin the cam, it just pulled out, not held in by anything, infact, im wondering now if its even supposed to be there, once the engine is running at speed, the only thing stopping this thing from flying out is the cam cover itself, anyone ever seen anything like this before ?
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