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Timing belt tracking

Is there a way to adjust the tracking on the timing belt on a 2.5. It is running about an 1/8" off the front of the pulley.

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something has to be in the way... check near the crank pulley around the timing cover... and also check the tensioner
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Do you have to remove A/C compressor, i.e., disconnect, to replace timing belt? Will compressor and lines move out of way enough to remove covers to get at belt?
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Do you have to remove A/C compressor, i.e., disconnect, to replace timing belt? Will compressor and lines move out of way enough to remove covers to get at belt?
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no it is 2 pieces i think it splits at the water pump
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