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Cambelt change on a Fiat Ducato 2.3 MultiJet II (timing belt & water pump replacement)

Cambelt change on a Fiat Ducato 2.3 MultiJet II (timing belt & water pump replacement)

Video by Go Green Autos via YouTube

In this video I change the timing belt and water pump on a 2019 Fiat Ducato X290. It has the 2.3 MultiJet II 130hp diesel engine. These are often referred to as the Iveco engine, but are actually made by FPT Industrial. The engine code is F1AGL411D.
The cambelt needs changing every 80,000 miles or 5 years which ever is soonest. This van has only done 24,000 miles since new but as it has just turned 5 years old, it is getting changed.
The Fiat Ducato is also re-badged as a Citroen Jumper, Peugeot Boxer, Peugeot Manager, Ram ProMaster, Opel Movano, Vauxhall Movano and Toyota Proace Max.
I was just intending to film a few tips, rather than a complete step by step video. But it ended up almost being that, including my mistakes which should help you from making the same mistakes.

The items I used in this video are:
Gates PowerGrip kit + Waterpump KP15592XS or
Timing tool kit or
Comma red OAT coolant 5ltr (one 5 ltr needed to replace coolant lost during this job or two 5ltr needed if you do a full flush). Other suitable coolants are Comma G30 and G12+.
2-pack 60-80mm hose clamps

Links to other instructional videos:
Best instructional video (apart from this one!)
Continental video (good for o-rings and tensioner)
Another but not in English
Torque settings

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00:00 Intro
00:45 Preparation – making space above
07:17 Removing air con belt
08:15 Removing aux belt
10:42 Removing drive pulley
15:28 Removing timing cover
22:47 Parts and access recap
24:09 Coolant
24:55 Timing belt service schedule
25:30 Timing cover out finally
26:01 Timing belt path & access
26:48 Locking pin set
27:03 Gate timing kit
27:49 Locking engine timing
30:40 Top crank shaft locking
34:05 Removing fuel pump pulley
34:45 Removing timing belt
35:09 Old belt vs new belt
36:24 Replacing water pump and pulleys
41:25 Installing timing belt
44:43 Belt tensioning
49:21 Reassembly
51:34 Outro

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