If you are unsure it might be best to find someone who can and get them to teach you. But basicaly you have to disconnect the battery, jack up the car, remove the driver side front wheel. Remove the cover behind the wheel. Bar engine over until you can insert a locking bolt and nutinto the hole of the cam wheel that secures the wheel to the engine to prevent accidental movement. You have to remove the timing belt covers, remove the auxillary belts (probably best to change these to) Remove the auxillary crankshaft wheels to get complete access to the timing belt. Remove timing belt by whatever means. When fitting the new belt check the arrows on the belt are going in the same direction as the old belt. It is fiddly getting the new belt back on, and there is provision to move the tensioner to allow ease of refitting. Although for some reason I prefer to strugle without doing that. I just inch it on slowly until the belt sits central to the width of wheel. Then replace everything you have removed. Be sure to have the correct replacement belts before you change them!! There are variations!.
Every 5 years or 60,000 miles which ever comes first.
Peugeot 207 1.6 hdi cambelt change when is it due?
According to Peugeot it is 72,000 miles, but the Haynes manual suggests changing it at 36,000 miles.
every 75.000 miles
When do change cam belt on peugeot 206 180 gti
between every 55 and 60k at the min paul
changing speedo cable pergeot 106
Toothed rubber Cambelt
How do you change a shock on a Peugeot 106 gti
Go to a garage
might be fan belt needs tightening or renew
Ideal time to change cambelt is 60000miles, so if you're talking 100000km, you're OK, if you're talking 100000miles, get it done yesterday
every 80 000 kms or 4 years
a main dealer told me it is 140,000 but had mine done at 90,000
Change the bulb??
how do you take clips off
timing belt changes are every 70k on 106 d
What's the question? Yes, a peugeot 106 has dashboard lights.
Get a manual on your car from AUTOBOOKSONLINE.COM or DISCOUNTAUTOREPAIRMANUALS.COM
go to a garage and pay through the nose.
No the Peugeot 106 is not considered vintage. This is true because the Peugeot 106 was made in the year 1991. To be a vintage car you have to be around for more the 20 years
8 & 16 Valve models Peugeot recommend replacement at 96,000 miles or 80,000 miles under adverse conditions.