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Ducati Diavel Service Manual: Removing the timing belt driveshaft pulleys

Ducati Diavel Service Manual / Engine / Cylinder head assemblies / Timing system / Removing the timing belt driveshaft pulleys

Use the tool code 88713.1805 To hold the driving pulley on the engine crankcase against rotation.

Important

If this operation is carried out with the engine installed in the frame, hold the driveshaft pulleys against rotation using the tool code 88713.2011 Mounted on the alternator cover.

Loosen the nut (15) using the socket supplied with the service tool.

Removing the timing belt driveshaft pulleys


Remove the nut (15), the spacer (20) and the outer pulley (18).

Removing the timing belt driveshaft pulleys


Remove the first woodruff key (16) from the timing belt driveshaft.

Remove the intermediate spacer (19) and the inner pulley (18).

Removing the timing belt driveshaft pulleys


Remove the inner spacer (17) and second woodruff key (16) on the timing belt driveshaft.

Removing the timing belt driveshaft pulleys


It is now possible to remove the circlip (10) on the driveshaft.

Removing the timing belt driveshaft pulleys


Disassembly of the camshaft pulleys
Unscrew and remove the screws (22). Slide off the washer (23). Withdraw the camshaft pulley (11) from the spacer flange (24). ...

Refitting the timing belt driveshaft pulleys
To fit the circlip (10) in the driveshaft seat, use the tool code 88713.2834. Install the inner spacer (17) on the driveshaft, taking care to align the notch in the spacer with the slot for the ...

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