You are asking the hardest question here. First buy a manual to guide you. It says to set the engine at TDC seen through the timing mark window on the tranny. Notice the mark on your cam to the side of the head and the rotor position. These should all remain the same when the new belt is in place. Next remove every belt in order to get to the timing belt. You need a special spanner type wrench to hold and adjust the tensioner pulley. After loosening the pulley take it off an make sure it is smooth rolling. Install in reverse order. Should take you about 3 hours with special tool.
Dodge Lancer was created in 1955.
The timing is computer controled and not adjustable
Timing is computer controlled and is not adjustable.
The timing belt on a Dodge Neon should be replaced every 100,000 miles.
You don't change the belt because it has a timing chain.
The 24L in a 2010 Dodge Avenger has a timing chain, not a belt. The timing chain should last the life of the car.
A 2012 Dodge Caravan would have the 3.6L V6. That engine has a timing chain which does not require replacement unless worn.
The Dodge Caliber has a timing chain, not a timing belt.
Ignition timing for 2000 Dodge 3.9L engine is set and maintained automatically by the engine's electronic control module and is not possible to change.
1987 Dodge Lancer's came equipped with R-12 freon in the air conditioning system.
The timing belt should be replaced every 100,000 miles.
every 50000 miles
It has a timing chain that does not need service.It has a timing chain that does not need service.
behind the timing cover you should change the timing belt when you change water pump.
The timing marks on a Dodge 2.2 is next to the oil. This is under the hood.
1995-2000 change it every 60,000 miles.
No. It is done in vehicle.
A 2013 Dodge Caravan uses a timing chain.
There is no timing belt. It is a chain driven cam and there is no change interval. They get changed when the engine is overhauled.
Your 2001 Dodge Ram does not have a timing belt, it has a timing chain. No replacement is necessary.
The 3.3L has a chain that does not require regular service.
Timing chains normally last the life of the engine and are replaced when the engine is rebuilt.