yes however youll need the manual to know the correct alignment setup
well actually there is no timing belt is a timing chain and u should not change that unless there is something wrong with it, dont even touch it
It has 3 timing chains on this motor and if it is not done correctly the valves will hit the pistons,they dont need to be replaced however the lower tensioner on the left side go bad alot
You would want to know what you are doing. it requires the removal of all of the injection system and alot of the electircal stuff. it actually has 5 timing chains. Its a nightmare, i did it just before xmas.
No, it is a noun. But it can be used as a noun adjunct with nouns as in "backyard barbecue" and "backyard mechanic."
The word backyard itself is used as an adjunctive noun (not an adjective) when paired with another noun, e.g. backyard barbecue, backyard mechanic. The word backyard is not an attribute in either case.
Relatively easy for an experienced mechanic, consult the manual for specific instructions.
yes its pretty simple but time consuming, not a fun one but i could do it in my backyard
call a qualified mechanic and be prepared to spend between $2500-$3000. not a recommended job for the backyard mechanic.
you take it to an experienced mechanic...
A mechanic generally needs a year of formal classroom instruction, and a few years of an apprenticeship. The apprenticeship is where they receive hands-on training from an already licensed mechanic.
Depending on the year, manual or auto, an experienced mechanic could do it in 4-8 hours.Depending on the year, manual or auto, an experienced mechanic could do it in 4-8 hours.
· expensive · experienced
Sure, with a little guidance from an experienced mechanic.
Airplane mechanic for sure. My Uncle Dan makes boo koo bucks and he gets free travel time to visit different places around the world. Really fun job
Mechanic's is only 40% knowledge. Experience is key and when hiring, experienced mechanics get the job. A starting mechanic with a ASE certificate has a salary of 35,000-50,000 a year.