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    1. Junior Member
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      05-07-2019 10:29 PM #1
      Hey all,

      Was just wondering if anybody has a step-by-step on replacing the timing belt for a G60? I have found a couple of links, but just want to be sure that I have the proper ones before moving forward.

      Thank you!

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      05-11-2019 05:40 PM #2
      These picks may help, look for the white markings. Caution some cam gears have the dot at 12 o clock. If my intermediate shaft gear was on the cam that's where the mark would be.









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      05-12-2019 04:19 PM #3
      Also be aware if your motor has the oem g60 dampened crank pulley or if a Mk III was added as the Mk III is slightly different on the marks.

      Here’s a tidbit more info on what yip shared when timing a g60 w/ a Mk III ABA pulley.

      https://forums.vwvortex.com/showthre...6052728?page=1


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      05-15-2019 06:48 PM #4
      Quote Originally Posted by petethepug View Post
      Also be aware if your motor has the oem g60 dampened crank pulley or if a Mk III was added as the Mk III is slightly different on the marks.

      Here’s a tidbit more info on what yip shared when timing a g60 w/ a Mk III ABA pulley.

      https://forums.vwvortex.com/showthre...6052728?page=1


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      Thank you! I got it all done and it runs great! The only issue that I am facing is the car not wanting to start on the first try for the first start of the day haha. After the first start of the day, the car will start up no problem for the rest of the day, but the next day (for only the very first start of that day) I get the same thing for whatever reason.

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      05-15-2019 07:02 PM #5
      I also feel like the car is running really lean...any tips on fixing this one up??

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