REMOVAL & INSTALLATION 2.2L Engine NOTE: The following procedure requires the use of a special tool. 1. Remove the serpentine belt and tensioner. NOTE: Although not absolutely necessary, removal of the right front inner fender splash shield will facilitate access to the front cover. 2. Install a suitable engine support fixture. 3. Remove the engine mount assembly. 4. Remove the alternator rear brace, then remove the alternator. 5. Remove the Power Steering pump, then position it aside with the lines still attached. 6. Raise and safely support the vehicle. 7. Remove the front two oil pan bolts. 8. Remove the crankshaft pulley. 9. Unfasten the front cover-to-block bolts and then remove the front cover. If the front cover is difficult to remove, use a plastic mallet to carefully loosen the cover
The timing belt on a 2000 Isuzu Trooper is replaced by removing the engine accessories, taking off the timing cover and loosening the tensioner. The belt can then be slipped off the sprockets and a new timing belt put in place.
The timing belt on a 1999 Kia Sephia is changed by removing the timing cover, loosening the tensioner, and pulling the belt off. A new belt is then put in place and then tension reapplied.
if the timing plate was taken off then just take off the timing cover and there will be notches on the timing gears so u can time it from there
It is just clipped in. Just pull up - it will snapp off.
You may have to take all of the pulleys off and then take the thermostat off and then take the timing cover off.
im guessing that you are asking how do you change the timing belt cover? you have to take off the valve cover and then there are a few bolts holding on the cover.
the water pump is in the middle of the timing cover the crank pulley and timing cover has to come off
The oil pump is in the timing cover and is driven off of the crankshaft snout. You have to remove the timing cover to replace it.
very hard! I just finished retapping the cam housing bolt holes in my 2000 sunfire. but had to remove the timing chain to get the cam cover and housing off. to get the timing chain off, you have to remove the motor mount bracket off first, then remove the timing cover before getting to the chain. no room to get the bracket bolts off without some assistance to pry the engine to the opposite side.
hammer and a screwdriver and drive the screwdriver in on one top corner of the cover between the cover and the block and pry it off, just the gasket and sealer holding it on.
I've done it both ways, leaving the oil pan on or removing it. Removing the pan is probably the best way to insure a clean leak free job. Leaving the pan in requires some trimming of the timing chain cover, loosening the front of the oil pan, finesse and plenty of RTV sealant.
The oil pump is ran off the crank and is in the timing cover which requires removing the valve cover and timing cover. Not recommended for the novice mechanic.
Timing marks are on the top of the timing gear rear cover. With the cover off, these marks will line up with the timing marks on the intake and exhaust gears when the crankshaft gear timing mark faces down to its mark at the bottom. Good luck!
A timing belt replacement requires loosening the tensioner. Several major components will also need removal. The belt will then be able to slide off, be sure to install the new belt with the correct timing marks.
Take off the timing belt cover and you can see it, one upper and one lower
Take the top timing cover off and look at it.
The timing marks are located under the timing cover (passenger side of block behind the drive belt bracket. It is unneccessary to disassemble your vehicle to see them. Just simpy pull the plastic plug off the top of the timing cover. This is the spy hole where you can see the timing mark. The timing mark is very small and can easily be overlooked. I hope my information helps you out. Take care. -The Docta
Well, to replace the timing belt on these things is a pain! so prices usually go up into 800 bucks. The water pump is right in between that. You have to take off the following -valve cover -both drive belts -timing cover -drain coolant Once you take off the timing cover(black plastic along side of engine) you'll see the timing belt and youll see the water pump from there there should be just bolts that you take off. Once off, replace it along with the gasket screwing the bolts opposite to each other. I think you can run the engine without the timing cover back on not sure so you can see if there are any leaks. once you put it on everything just placed in reverse order
its behind the timing cover and is driven off the timing belt
you have to take the timing belt cover off and timing belt to get to the water pump
Do I need to pull the oil pan to take off the timing cover on FE 390.
It is not recommended that an amateur replace a timing belt in a Holden Barina. One would have to take everything off from the front engine cover to just remove the cover. Then, there are marks on the crank pulley that needs to be lined up to replace the timing chain. A licensed mechanic can help you with any questions.
Switching light on/off through loosening from socket is not advisable. Light bulb can reach at temperature between 200-260 degrees Celsius and it can be hazardous in physical contact.
you must first remove the power steering pump and bracket. you do NOT have to take the pump off the car you can just unbolt it from the braket and lay it off to the side. Just be ready, the two bolts on the back side of the block are pretty hard to get to. But do able. good luck.
The belt may be cut off, or the pulleys may be held in place by bolts as the camshaft is turned to align the holes so as not to lose the timing. Then replace the belt by loosening the tension pulley.