B1EG22K1 - 307 EW10J4 ENGINE
REMOVAL - REFITTING TIMING BELT
1 - SPECIAL TOOLS
 crankshaft setting rod (-).0189-B .
 Camshaft hubs setting rods (-).0189-A .
 Belt retaining clip (-).0189-K .
 Dynamic tensioner roller positioning rod (-).0189-J .
 Camshaft hub immobilisation tool (-).0606-A1Y - (-).0606-A2 .
 Engine lifting tool .
 Engine hook (-).0102-ZV .
2 - REMOVAL
Using the tools  and , secure on the sling hook .
Move aside the power steering pipes .
Remove the lower timing cover (6) taking care not to damage it .
WARNING : do not slacken the securing bolts (A) .
Slacken the bolt (7) (Fully) .
Remove the roller bracket (8) from the rib (B) of the cylinder block (to allow it greater movement) .
Remove the timing belt .
3 - REFITTING
Always replace the timing belt .
IMPERATIVE : check that the rollers (9) - (10) as well as the coolant pump (11) turn freely (no play or hard spots) ; also check that these rollers are not noisy and/or do not show traces of grease .
If the idler roller (10) is replaced, tighten to 3.5 dan.m .
Fit the belt on the crankshaft gear following the direction of fitting (12) .
Immobilise the belt using the tool  .
Fit the timing belt, fully taut, in the following order :
4 - FITTING AND TENSIONING THE TIMING BELT
IMPERATIVE : operation(s) to be carried out with the engine cold .
Position the roller bracket (8) back on rib (B) of the cylinder block .
Remove the tool  .
C : Maximum position .
D : Nominal tensioning position .
Using the hexagonal socket (E), turn the roller in the direction of the arrow until the pointer (15) is in position (C) to tension the belt to the maximum .
Fit the tool  .
Turn the roller in the direction opposite to that shown on the roller arrow by means of the torx recess until cursor just makes contact with pin .
IMPERATIVE : never turn the roller (9) by one full turn .
NOTE : this operation allows the pointer (15) to be located in the nominal position (D) .
Tighten screw (7), supporting roller with torx recess (E) : Tightening torque 2 da.Nm .
Remove setting rods  -  and  .
Turn the crankshaft 10 turn(s) in the direction of running .
IMPERATIVE : never turn the crankshaft in the reverse direction ; no pressure or outside force must be applied to the belt .
5 - CHECK
5 - 1 - TIMING BELT TENSION
Check position of tensioner index (15) .
If tensioner index (D) is not in its adjustment position : Restart tensioning operations for fitting the timing belt .
5 - 2 - POSITION OF THE CRANKSHAFT
Insert pin to locate inlet camshaft pulley (Using the tool ) .
Peg the crankshaft (Using the tool ) .
If it is possible to fit tool , continue replacement operations .
If it is not possible to fit tool , reposition flange (16) .
5 - 3 - REPOSITIONING OF FLANGE
Immobilise crankshaft (Using the tool ) .
Loosen screw (17) to release pinion (12) from crankshaft .
Position flange (16) at timing point (Using the tool ) .
Fit the tool  .
Tighten screw (17) to 4 ± 0.4 dan.m, then proceed with angular tightening of 53 ± 4 (Using a FACOM D.360 type tool) .
Remove the tools  -  -  .
6 - REFITTING (CONTINUED)
Tightening of the 7 bolts of the bracket to 6 dan.m .
Remove the tools  -  .
fit the ancillary drive belt .
Continue the fitting operations in the reverse order to removal .
Tighten the wheels to 9 daN.m .