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Date Registered: 01-2011
Location: Perth
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On my T31 2.5 petrol CVT the correct belt was 6PK1810. Fiddly but easy with the guards off and working from under and over the car.

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Date Registered: 09-2012
Location: Brisbane
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Trying to replace mine (T31) this morning and really struggling.

All the right bits removed, but a poor engine bay design isn't helping (gap between pulleys, etc and drive bay is less than the belt width.

Belt is Gates 6PK1810, but seems a smidge short. I'm leaving it in the sun for a while as I check the forum for ideas.

Maybe the tensioner pulley (factory original) isn't fitted correctly, as even getting the old belt off was more challenging then it should have been. I've done a belt on other cars before, but never struggled like this!

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Mark (X-2639)
2011 ST Series IV 4x4 with CVT in Precision Grey
Cooper CS5s, Tinting, Towbar, Bonnet Protector.
Mods: Steering Wheel Lights, Bash Plates, DBA Slotted Rotors


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Date Registered: 06-2017
Location: Canberra, ACT
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I'd be doing it at 100,000 or 10 years. Some ppl I know replace rubber belts every 5 years regardless of mileage, but that's usually when there is $$$$$ if the belt breaks and puts valves into pistons. I once had an alternator belt let go and it took out half the cam timing belt too!

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'Serpentine' belts transfer power to just about 'everything' so you could loose power steering and even vacuum assisted braking on some vehicles. Air conditioner and alternator are not so critical.

I now also ask "What other damage could it do if it let go?" And if it could take out a "critical" component, I just change them every 5 years or so. They are relatively cheap, or the ones I have had to change were (<$40), from my local auto parts wholesaler I deal with.



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2004 T30 series II, Ti for now.
JRR50 Pathfinder, QD32ETi Turbo Diesel, with 'lots o fruit'.
Eventually looking for a white or silver 2011-2013 T31 TL (Diesel) to "pimp out".
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