how to change a timing chain,heres you best bet first off those have belts, and remember you can get tons of repair info from www.auotzone.com check it out talk to you soon other than that it would be hard to explain on the computer.if your still stuck however i could fax you complete instuctions. if you need help email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
at what milage should the timing chain be replaced on a 95 ford aerostar
how do i change timing chain on 95 saturnsc1 1.9 sohc
It has a timing chain.
Depends on miles on the engine - I traded in a 95 SL1 with 206,000 miles with the original timing chain still on the engine. My impression is that under normal circumstances, you should get at least 175,000 miles on a Saturn timing chain.
No, a 95 GMC Sonoma does not use a timing belt on it. The 95 GMC Sonoma uses a timing chain on it.
No start, no compression.
you must remove the timing chain and head. This will then give you access to the head gasket
The diesel has a belt and the petrol engine has a chain.
95 200sx Nissan 1.6l timing chain marks? The haynes manual diagram sucks
Most of the time, yes.
it rattles because the timing belt has to be replace
The 1994 Daihatsu Charade has a timing belt rather than a timing chain. The average cost for a new timing belt kit for this car is between $90 and $95.Ê
i have a 95 olds achieva 3.1 6 cylinder and it has a timing chain
What engine do you have? If it is the 2.7 L it is in with the primary timing chain. The timing chain drives the pump. On a 1995 with either the 2.5, 2.4, or 2.0 it is driven by the timing belt.
No, if the timing belt breaks, the valves and the pistons could clash.
Normally you will be able to hear the timing chain rattling inside the cover. You may also experience problems keeping the engine in time. A timing chain will last the life of the engine under normal circumstances.
Yes. The timing chain is INSIDE the engine and is constantly bathed in oil. Under normal conditions it should last as long as the rest of the engine.
front bottom of timing chain cover.
It could, but it is very rare.
i need a diagram for my 95 Chevy beretta for the 2.2L engine. I'm tryin to replace the timing chain, and i need to know what to take off and what not to take off
There is only one way, the timing chain MUST be right for the engine to operate properly. If the camshaft was set up wrong, the front of the engine must be disassembled and the timing chain must be set up properly.
Stop driving it because if the chain goes you will ruin the engine. Get it fixed.
Hopefully nothing. Put a new belt on and try it.