It would help to know the make and year of this vehicle if you expect an answer. Opel, right? What year and what engine?
it does not have a timing belt, it is a chain drive which should be good for the life of the car
Combo drive burns the CDs and play DVDs while the super drive can burn the DVDs along with running it as well.
This computer technology works on 'master and slave' technology. in this two similar type of devices can be attached to the same data port on the motherboard. In order to install a combo drive there are two possible conditions:-1. you already have a CD-ROM,CD-rw etc.2. this is your first drive. if you already have drive then plug the data cable of combo drive into the previous drive and then plug the power cable of combo drive drive into power supply of system . then turn on the system combo drive will appear as the slave of previous drive . The combo drive is ready to use. (In case of an OS other than win- xp, you are supposed to install a driver). If this is your first drive then plug the data cable of combo drive on the motherboard and plug the power supply and turn on the system drive will appear (in case of OS other than win- xp, you are supposed to insall a driver).
In simple English it does almost everything. A combo drive can read as well as burn both DVDs and CDs in many different data formats. If you wanna make just one purchass and be able to do everything go for a combo drive.
That particular model does not have a chain,, it has a belt. and it needs to be changed at 60k or it will BREAK!
I guess you could try to pu it into the DVD drive if your computer has the CD and DVD combo drive I guess you could try to pu it into the DVD drive if your computer has the CD and DVD combo drive
It is chain drive.
it has a timing chain, which should be towards the bottom of the engine, and it has a drive belt, which is external and in the front.
it should have 1 inch to 3/4 inch slack in it
A chain and sprockets.
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.
i just changed mine and i already forgot... check out oldbikebarn dot com, as they are gurus on this type of old honda, and should be able to answer/provide you with proper parts.
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The '94 V6 has a belt that should be changed every 105,000 miles. The 4-cylinder has a chain. Older models from 87-93 with the V6 and a square-toothed belt should have the belt changed every 60,000 miles. The 93-94-95's with the round-tooth belt all have 105K change intervals. -88pathoffroadanswerIf it is a 4 cylinder z24 motor its got a timing chain. V6 VG30 its a timing belt
It's called the drive chain.
The tires that actually drive. For example if your car is a front wheel drive, then the front wheels should be chained. If it is a real wheel drive vehicle, then the rear wheels should be chained. If it is an all-wheel drive then you could chain all four wheels.
This is like asking "when should I have the cylinders reground or the oil pump replaced. A timing chain is not like a timing belt in that it is not subject to 80,000 mile replacement. So, keep your oil changed every 3000 miles and drive on.Good luck !!!
If you do not drive it often, I would recommend getting it changed every 3 months. That is what many mechanics tell you to do.
the computer you're on
Yes, power steering fluid is very harmful to an automatic transmission. You should not drive it until the fluid is changed.Yes, power steering fluid is very harmful to an automatic transmission. You should not drive it until the fluid is changed.
Virtually all cars built before 1900 had chain drive, the engine had been mounted in the rear near the drive axles. As of 1910 most cars had the engine in the front, a drive shaft became more practical than chain drive.
remove bar, chain there should be a small cover over the drive sprocket, held on woth a screw, remove cover, then there should be a screw or bolt holding the sprocket on, remove that, pull old sprocket off, replace it in reverse.
A 2003 sportster has a chain drive for the promary, firm the engine to the transmission, and a belt drive final drive. The final drive is from the transmission to the rear wheel.
Chain drive, Belt drive and Gear drive.