There is no point in changing it.
Usually cheaper to change an engine, but then you have an old car with a new engine.
There are three mounts, all relatively difficult to get to. Usually only the one in front is a problem. You'll need to support the engine on a jack while changing any of them.
NO it is not. But you do need to change the oil and filter.
By changing the engine oil, that covers it.
No, they are not. If you ask for an oil change they will change the engine oil & filter. They will not change the transmission fluid unless you ask for it.
The chain will last the life if the engine and does not require changing.
Changing the timing belt is a major undertaking and a mistake in installing the new one could cause severe damage to your engine. This is not a job for a do-it-yourself person. I would highly suggest you take it to a qualified mechanic and let them do the work.
Try changing the fuel filter Change your air filter
not worth changing the crankshaft, better to swap the engine with new or used engine, now if it is the camshaft that is more cost effective.
To change the clutch you need to remove the engine, the transmission or both. The clutch is BEWEEN the engine and transmission and you can't get it off without separating them.
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Did you prime the fuel system after changing it?
Depends on engine and manufacturer.
Need to know what type of engine and year.
Yes , if you want to , and then top up the engine oil ( but in the long run it's best to change both )
You should since it increases longevity just like changing engine oil does for the engine.
Changing the timing belt can be an easy or very difficult and costly repair. If you are just changing it for the sake of keeping it up to par, then the easiest thing to do is remove the engine mount and jack up the one side of the engine, then pull off the timing cover. from there, all you really need to do is remove the balancer, pull the belt off, put a new one on, and then reattach the balancer. The difficult part is if you are changing the belt after it has broken (as i am in the process of now). Since i had a cherry picker, i decided to simply pull the engine out. not the easiest option, but because the daewoo cylinder heads leave no space between the piston and the valves, you WILL, and i repeat WILL have to replace some bent valves. I had the engine out, pulled off the head, had it reworked, and I'm putting everything back together. while installing the new timing belt, you might as well put in a new water pump. Good luck if this is your problem. I have taken some time doing this, and 185 dollars for the new head gasket set didn't please me either.
I wasnt aware Chevy used a 400cc engine
Did you also change out the ECU from the donor car? If not, that may be the problem.
Any vidoes available on changing oil on 2003 Suzuke dr200 se
well youll probly have to change the tranny if you changing the engine
Add Engine Flush to the motor oil at running temperature before changing the oil. After adding the product, allow the engine to idle for approx. 10 minutes. Then change the oil and the filter. Engine Flush is compatible with all commercially available motor oils. We recommend cleaning the engine interior with Engine Flush before every oil change.