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Alright, moment of truth. Come have a look. Bottom bracket. This is where the bolt came out from and it goes back through the bottom plate. Excellent. And also, from here you can see why I used that little cheat of putting the bolt in. you can't really get anything on the tensioner bolt. So you got to deal with that off. So remember that one. That’s a good one worth mentioning. And actually the bolts are much easier to get from underneath. Even lying on your back is probably easier. Alright, I don’t want them bolted up too tight, because we're going to go to the engine now back in. and I don’t want to go from underneath actually. So I'm just going to get it, maybe up the top. Have a look, I'm trying to get this back up from underneath. You remember it watching it come out was little bit tricky, I have to use the bar. So I read the book, check the book, and the book says get under the bolts. Lovely. Pull it out. Stick it back in. right. So I'm going to have to go off camera, but I'm going to show you what I'm going to do. Because I want an assistant. Lever bar, same result we did in the way out, but it’s going to take two sets of hands to do it. So I'm going to use my camera person. Brackets in the right place, bolted up. And all I'm going to get my assistant do is to pull on that. Just gives me few extra millimeters, same as we did in the way out. It’s only flexing on the engine mount that side. So that’s going to be all across like that. And the engine mount will slip up nicely. But I need an extra pair of hands. So I should do it and I’ll be back in a second and show you which way it went in. Alright, that few millimeters is the same as I needed on the way out made all the difference. The mount came up from underneath and its now where it wants to be. I've got the two bolts back in from that side. So now I'm going to tighten them up. Lift the engine back up. But if you're doing it at home, you do it with a jack. So you can get the bolts back underneath. And then we can get this lump of crane out of the way. So I won't be filming all that, I should get all these bolts tightened up and then we’ll just put the bottom cover back on and the pulleys and cover the fan belt. Quick mention of taking the alternator and the power steering pump off. I got bits and bolts covers, air filter casing back in the hole and then we’ll spin over. See what happens. Back in a few minutes. Alright, I put the bottom bolts tight up. I've got scratched up doing it. Bottom cover. Get that back up into the, around where the fan belt pulley. Get that out of the way. That’s it. Push that back on with a push. And that’s it. Three bolts in the bottom. Get a millimeter back up. So the casing is busted here on the sleeves come out with the bolt. But it’s up to you if you change it or not, a crack in the cover is quite a common thing, but I'm not going to. Because it’s not a big crack anyway important. Okay, that’s one back in there. Alright, I'm tighten them back up, you stick the pulley back on and the four bolts in there. And don’t forget to take your locking bolt out of the diesel pump, because that will cause huge problems and big damage. And the bolt out of the camshaft where at the top. Okay, so I’ll get a couple of bits bolted back on that I mentioned and then we’ll do the fan belts and move on. Alright, I put this covers on. Come and have a look. Couple of check. The timing marks still spot on. Plastic covers all on. I took the bolt out of the timing wheel. Now I'm ready to stick these belts on. So a little way of testing your belts is stick your thumb between your new one and your old one. Give them a tug and make sure they look roughly the same length, which this do. So the first belt on is the thicker one which goes at the back, which is water pump and alternator. So if you see up there, through that. Down in the back pulley, obviously the back one first. And around the crankshaft pulley and then into the alternator. And to help you get over is spin that around against that on there. That’s all good. So now we need to get our extension to tension it up. But before we do that, we’ll put the other belt on as well which is the one that goes up round the top. Power steering pump, over the water pump as well. Let's get it on. Water pump and power steering last. Okay, so that’s just ready to be tensioned. Lovely. Alright, I’ll get my socket and ratchet. And we’ll tension that up.