A timing belt implies you are working on the 2.2 or 2.5 liter engine. The 2.6 liter engine has a timing chain.
If you are working on the timing belt, I would recommend getting a repair manual for your car. If you are attempting to re-tension an old belt, you should consider installing a new belt, but be prepared to unbolt one of the engine mounts. Having said that, there is a tensioner on the firewall side of the engine, which is hidden under a plastic cover. Depending on how many accessories you have, this cover is probably one of the more difficult items to remove in one piece from your engine. Once exposed, have a friend help you loosen and re-tension the belt (approximately 5/16-inch deflection measured half-way between the camshaft sprocket and the tensioner pulley).
Help...can anyone point me in the direction of a diagram or instructions? online?
How do you change a timing belt on a 1999 Plymouth Breeze belt was broken?
install timing belt on 1993 Plymouth sundance
The water pump is the tensioner for the timing belt. if you need to adjust it, replace it.
how do you change a timing belt on a 1998 Plymouth breeze 2.0 liter engine
Chain it has a timing belt
On a 1998 Plymouth Breeze : Both the 2.0 and the 2.4 liter four cylinder engines have a timing BELT
There is no timing belt. Saturn Ion's use a timing chain.
It does not have a Timing Belt. It has a chain, that needs no adjustment.
how do adjust timing belt on a volvo 240 DL ?
on 87 Plymouth reliant just above the crankshaft pully sligtly to the left theirs a head of a bolt that can be seen and u can loosen it but to adjust it the bottom plastic cover needs to come off and a little tool is put into a slot to put tension on the belt then retighten the bolt it works on a cam system its a round idler pully but the bolt is off center i been putting mine off because u have to get that bottom cover off that means all the belts basicly the whole front
The 3.3L a n d 3.8L engines have timing chains. The 3.0L has a timing belt.
You can replace the timing belt on a 1998 Plymouth Breeze 2.0 engine using a Harmonic Balancer Puller 5.
The timing belt on a 1991 Plymouth Acclaim is replaced by removing the engine accessories, removing the timing cover, and taking pressure off the idler pulley. The belt can then be slipped off the sprockets, a new belt put in place, and the tension restored.
External, but it is hidden by the timing belt cover. It is driven by the timing belt.
The GSR always had VTEC. Do you want to adjust your Timing, or replace the Timing Belt?
It is located behind the timing belt. Timing belt must be removed to access the pump. Replace timing belt.
It is on the nose of the crankshaft. The timing belt has to be removed to access.It is on the nose of the crankshaft. The timing belt has to be removed to access.
It has electronic ignition the timing is adjusted by the cam and crank sensor and regulated by the ecm. In short you can't without messing with the timing belt and since it has an interference engine (the pistons can hit the valves) I would suggest it.
Adjust the belt or replace it with a new one.
You don't. The timing belt should have a spring loaded tensioner which pulls on the belt to adjust tension.
The 3.3L engine has a timing chain.
No-there is one belt tensioner for the entire engine belt assembly. The timing belt is a serpentine belt and if it is stretched out, it will need to be replaced. There is no way to adjust the timing belt once it is put on the vehicle.
Timing chain as well as belt cannot be adjust. If the chain has got stretched you have to replace it.