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How to Replace timing belt on Peugeot 206 2.0i S16 2000-2007 (with centre bolt)

-Crankshaft pulley with centre bolt.

Replacement Interval Guide

  • Peugeot recommend:
  • 206/CC/GTi/406/806:
  • Replacement every 80,000 miles or 10 years under normal conditions.
  • Replacement every 48,000 miles or 5 years under adverse conditions.
  • 206 180/RC:
  • Replacement every 72,000 miles or 10 years under normal conditions.
  • Replacement every 60,000 miles or 10 years under adverse conditions.
  • The previous use and service history of the vehicle must always be taken into account.

Check For Engine Damage

CAUTION: This engine has been identified as an INTERFERENCE engine in which the possibility of valve-to-piston damage in the event of a timing belt failure is MOST LIKELY to occur. A compression check of all cylinders should be performed before removing the cylinder head(s).

Repair Times – hrs

Remove & install:
206/CC/GTi 3,90
206 180/RC 4,40
406 2,20
806 2,10
AC +0,10

Special Tools

  • Camshaft timing pins – No.(-).0189-A.
  • Flywheel/drive plate locking tool – No.(-).0189-R.
  • Timing belt retaining clip – No.(-).0189-K.
  • Tensioner pulley adjusting tool – No.(-).0189-S1.
  • Tensioner pulley locking tool – No.(-).0189-S2.

Special Precautions

  • Disconnect battery earth lead.
  • DO NOT turn crankshaft or camshaft when timing belt removed.
  • Remove spark plugs to ease turning engine.
  • Turn engine in normal direction of rotation (unless otherwise stated).
  • DO NOT turn engine via camshaft or other sprockets.
  • Observe all tightening torques.
How to Replace timing belt on Peugeot 206 2.0i S16 2000-2007 (with centre bolt)
How to Replace timing belt on Peugeot 206 2.0i S16 2000-2007 (with centre bolt)

Removal

  1. Raise and support front of vehicle.
  2. Remove:
      • RH front wheel.
      • RH splash guard.
      • 806: Upper torque reaction link (if necessary).
      • Auxiliary drive belt.
      • 206: Battery and battery tray.
  3. Disconnect lower torque reaction link.
  4. 206/406: Remove engine control module (ECM) and bracket.
  5. 206: Support engine.
  6. 206: Remove RH engine mounting.
  7. 206: Disconnect gearbox upper mounting.
  8. 206: Move engine to the left.
  9. Remove timing belt upper cover [1] .
  10. Turn crankshaft clockwise to setting position.
  11. Insert flywheel/drive plate locking tool. Tool No.(-).0189-R:
      • [A] : MT.
      • [B] : AT.

    NOTE: Vehicles with AT: Drive plate locking tool will not fit flush in housing.

  12. Insert timing pins in camshaft sprockets [2] & [3] . Tool No.(-).0189-A.
  13. Remove:
      • Crankshaft pulley bolt [4] .
      • Crankshaft pulley [5] .
      • Timing belt lower cover [6] .

    NOTE: Always have tools [A] or [B] , [2] & [3] inserted before removing crankshaft pulley [5] .

  14. Slacken tensioner pulley bolt [7] .
  15. Turn tensioner pulley clockwise. Use Allen key [8] .
  16. Remove timing belt.

    NOTE: Timing belt must always be renewed once it has been removed.

Installation

NOTE: Belt adjustment must be carried out when engine is cold.

  1. Check tensioner pulley, water pump sprocket and guide pulley for smooth operation. Replace if necessary.
  2. Ensure flywheel/drive plate locking tool located correctly [A] or [B] .
  3. Ensure timing pins located correctly [2] & [3] .
  4. Fit adjusting tool to tensioner pulley [9] . Tool No.(-).0189-S1.
  5. Turn tensioner pulley clockwise until pointer past notch [10] .
  6. Fit locking tool to tensioner pulley [11] . Tool No.(-).0189-S2.
  7. Remove adjusting tool from tensioner pulley [9] .
  8. Fit timing belt to crankshaft sprocket.
  9. Secure belt to crankshaft sprocket with retaining clip. Tool No.(-).0189-K [12] .
  10. Fit timing belt in following order:
      • Guide pulley.
      • Inlet camshaft sprocket (CA1).
      • Exhaust camshaft sprocket (CA2).
      • Water pump sprocket.
      • Tensioner pulley.

    NOTE: Ensure timing belt is fitted flush with sprockets and pulleys.

  11. Remove tools [12] , [2] & [11] .
  12. Fit timing belt lower cover [6] .
  13. Fit crankshaft pulley [5] .
  14. Tighten crankshaft pulley bolt [4] .
      • Tightening torque: 40±4 Nm.
      • Angular tightening torque: 53±4°.
  15. Turn tensioner pulley anti-clockwise until pointer [13] at position [14] . Use Allen key [8] .

    NOTE: The arrow should pass notch [15] by at least 10°. If not, replace tensioner pulley.

  16. Turn tensioner pulley clockwise until pointer and notch aligned [13] & [15] .

    NOTE: If pointer passes notch [15] , repeat tensioning procedure.

  17. Tighten tensioner pulley bolt to 21±2 Nm [7] .WARNING: Hold tensioner pulley during tightening to prevent it from turning. Allen key socket must be approximately 15° below cylinder head gasket level. If not, replace tensioner pulley.
  18. Remove tools [A] or [B] & [3] .
  19. Turn crankshaft 10 turns clockwise to setting position.
  20. Insert timing pin in inlet camshaft sprocket [3] .
  21. Ensure tensioner pointer and notch aligned [13] & [15] .

    NOTE: If pointer passes notch [15] , repeat tensioning procedure.

  22. Remove timing pin from inlet camshaft sprocket [3] .
  23. Install components in reverse order of removal.

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