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    Timing belt 3.0L v6 6g72

    Hey guys! Im wanting to do the timing belt and water pump change on the mighty max. Does anyone have tool list or instructions on this? I have does a few difficult jobs and I dont think this would be outta my range. However any advice or how tos would be greatly appreciated!

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    It’s not that difficult to do on your own with basic tools.

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    I did this a few weeks ago. It’s not too bad. It was the first time I did belt and water pump on any vehicle. Try and keep screws together with the parts and holes they belong with. There are some different length screws on each bracket. This is good practice for any job, I suppose. There’s an o-ring on the tube that slides into the back of the pump. The o-ring didn’t come with the kit I purchased. I gambled an reused the old one. I’m curious if anyone else has thoughts on this? I don’t know the name of the part. Note the timing marks before you remove the belt. Have fun!

    -Geoff

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