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  1. Seat Alhambra 'ADY' Engine cambelt change? 
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    Hi.

    Would anybody be able to tell me what size and type of socket I need to buy in order to remove the crankshaft pulley bolt so that I can change the cambelt.

    The car is a Seat Alhambra 1997 with the petrol ADY engine fitted. The crank bolt looks like a star socket?

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    You do not have to remove the crankshaft pulley bolt to replace the cambelt you will be giving yourself exttra work
     
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    Many thanks for letting me know. I was having a look on an electronic workshop manual I bought from some auction site, and it wasn't at all clear if the crank pulley had to come off or not, so this should make the job much easier

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