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I have a new belt to fit on my 2.0D, hoping to cure my low-speed slip issues.
Can anyone assist please, even if only to point me to another post (just don't refer me to the links on this forum!)
 

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Ill give you a quick idea.
Remove all the plastic parts to get access. Including the secondary belt plastic cover. If you can get in there without removing the battery and box, that would be good.
basically, when you have enough access, use a size 13 spanner on the secondary tensioner to detension the belt. It is then a bit of a fiddle to get the old one out, and equal fiddle to get the new one in. Slip it over the bottom of the PAS pump first, then the tensioner then the CAM wheel. I found it easier for finger access this way.
Then pop all the plastic back on. Hope this helps.
 

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Here's the words from the manual

Removal
1 . Remove the air cleaner assembly.
2 . Detach the power steering fluid pipe.
3 . Remove the power steering pump belt cover retaining nut.
4 . Remove the power steering pump belt cover.
5 . Remove the exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) cooler to EGR valve tube support bracket lower retaining bolts.
6 . Remove the EGR cooler to EGR valve tube support bracket.
7 . Remove the power steering pump belt - Rotate the tensioner clockwise.
Installation
1 . Install the power steering pump belt.- Rotate the tensioner clockwise.
2 . NOTE: Do not tighten the EGR cooler to EGR valve tube support bracket upper retaining bolt at this stage.
Install the EGR cooler to EGR valve tube support bracket.
3 . Install the EGR cooler to EGR valve tube support bracket lower retaining bolts.
Tighten to 23 Nm.
4 . Tighten to 10 Nm. EGR valve tube support bracket
5 . Install the power steering pump belt cover.
6 . Install the power steering pump belt cover retaining nut. Tighten to 10 Nm.
7 . Attach the power steering fluid pipe.
8 . Install the air cleaner assembly.

There's pictures as well - if you need them i'll try and send them on a pdf to you
 

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Many thanks chaps, very much appreciated.
Trinity, pics would be useful if you have time to organise.
 

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Ill give you a quick idea.
Remove all the plastic parts to get access. Including the secondary belt plastic cover. If you can get in there without removing the battery and box, that would be good.
basically, when you have enough access, use a size 13 spanner on the secondary tensioner to detension the belt. It is then a bit of a fiddle to get the old one out, and equal fiddle to get the new one in. Slip it over the bottom of the PAS pump first, then the tensioner then the CAM wheel. I found it easier for finger access this way.
Then pop all the plastic back on. Hope this helps.
Thanks for the size 13 spanner advise on the hidden face of the secondary tensioner. It made it possible for me

I also followed trinitysmith steps posted. I detached the power steering fluid pipe, but did not removed it from the power steering pump. Then, to remove the power steering belt cover I had to push it to the side, and I saw a small amount of fluid coming out around the nut (very little, just to wet the nut) where it enters the power steering pump. Is this normal? No problems so far.
 
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