C4 Tourque setting for harmonic balancer
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    G'day C4 Experts, I'm having to replace the cam belt roller on my C4, I had the belt replaced a short time ago and when the mechanic checked it had a slight play in the bearing of the idler roller, so I bought a new roller and am about to replace it. I have pulled all the covers off and the harmonic balancer/accessories pully but don't have the tourque figure for the main bolt which holds the accessories pully onto the crankshaft.My C4 is the 1.6 ltr diesel 2007 mod. Thanks RT.

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    Here you go - I think this is the bit you mean.

    In case your VIN has a 9HX in it instead, it is the same figure.
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    Thanks Simon would you know what this means in english "ft. lbs" to me what they say is double dutch. the bolt is number 20 . Cheers R.T.

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    Torque unit converter: http://www.lorenz-messtechnik.de/eng...alculation.php

    Or 26 ft.lbs, then tighten a further 190 degrees.
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    Thanks fellas, Its a wonder they dont just give a final Ft. Lbs. like most other vehicles do. Thanks again. RT.

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