When I bought my '02 I was told that it no longer has the timing belt/chain that needs to be replaced at around 60,000 miles (my '96 did have a timing belt that needed to be replaced every 60,000 miles). I have put over 80,000 mi. on my '02 and nice to know I won't be getting surprised by timing belt failure. Did have to have the serpentine belt on the engine replaced recently though.
Timing chain usually needs to be replaced each 180-200K miles.
I timing chain rarely needs replacing. A timing belt needs to be replaced at the interval specified in your owner's manual. Don't have one, get one.
The timing chain does not have a service interval. It only needs replaced if there is a failure.
No, It has a chain that never needs to be replaced
never needs to be replaced
For Camry 1997-2001, the timing belt must be replaced each 90000 miles.
A timing chain runs inside the engine, as it needs to be lubricated by the engine oil. A timing belt typically needs to be replaced between 40,000 and 100,000 miles depending on the vehicle.
It is probably not a belt, but rather a chain
It will become noisy and you may experience poor performance.
There is no scheduled replacement on timing chains (only on timing belts). Therefore, it only needs to be replaced if it breaks.
you should never have to replace the chain. not impossible but rare that this has to ever be replaced. if it is a 2000 to 2003 model with a 3.3l v6 it has a timing belt which needs to be replaced every 105000 miles.
Chain - which never needs to be replaced - you should have it inspected thought to adjust minor stuff thought
A 2007 Lexus ES350 has a timing chain. This will lower the costs in repairs since the timing chain should last as long as the engine whereas the timing belt needs to be replaced at 90,000 miles.
The best time to replace a 2004 Chevy Venture timing chain is when it becomes weak or broken. It is not something that needs replaced routinely.
A timing chain, that needs to be replaced, can cause your engine to run rough and lose power. A broken timing chain can cause significant engine damage.
3.2L has a belt.
There is no set interval. It only needs replaced if there is a failure.
The timing chain only needs to be repalced when it breaks. A light on the dash will come on once it's broken, and you can drive to the nearest Walmart and have it replaced.
a timing belt needs maintenance, but a chain does not.
Normally a timing chain will last the life of the engine. Replace it only if it becomes noisy or you have performance issues related to a worn chain as in jumping time.
It means the timing chain needs replacing.
All 1997 Chevy Cavlier Z24 (2.4 Litre engine) have a timing chain, that typically never needs to be replaced except in case of engine damage. On this vehicle the timing chain also runs the water pump.
It has a timing chain. It never needs be changed.
Depending on age and mileage--could be timing chain needs to be replaced
no it has a chain which only needs replaced if you have certain engine problems ie the turbo blows up.