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Not a lot of room to work and don't want to pull the A/C condenser and radiator out (unless that's the only way).
What order or sequence of events do I need to follow to replace the timing belt and water pump with the A/C in place ? What should or should not be removed to facilitate this replacement and in what order ?
Any help greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.
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Only using this as a visual guide http://autoacforum.com/messageview.cfm?catid=2&threadid=18588

I would have thought it would be possible to change the belt with just the fan/shroud/clutch removed but the radiator out would give another couple of inches. I'd certainly try it with the condenser still in place. Never seen a Samurai over here with AC so kind of guessing ;).
 

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Darrell.
It looks like I can just remove the radiator shroud and have enough room the change the timing belt. Tight squeeze, but beats removing and A/C stuff.

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