You have to remove the drivebelt accessories and then remove the timing covers and take out the timing belt or chain. Basically you have to tear the side of the engine apart to get it out. It's a good day or two of work.
the way it looks in the chilton manual, the timing marks are on the crankshaft and the intermediate shaft sprockets. If anything else is found, it will be posted. hope this is of some help to you for now.
Connect timing light to battery and No. 1 cylinder and aim light at crankshaft Connect timing light to battery and No. 1 cylinder and aim light at crankshaft timing marks
The 2.4L has a timing belt.
No . It uses a timing chain. you can see a diagram of it in the repair information at "AutoZone's" website. The Caravan's with the 4 cylinder engine do use a timing belt.
You have to remove the serpentine belt and drivebelt accessories then the passenger side engine mount, remove the timing cover, remove the timing belt, and the crankshaft sprocket to access the seal. It's about a day and a half of work.
There is a special tool ( a puller ) to remove the crankshaft sprocket.There is a special tool ( a puller ) to remove the crankshaft sprocket.
Remove the drive belts, crankshaft pulley, and timing covers. Align the timing marks on the camshaft and crankshaft and r+r the belt
The 4.0 L has a timing belt. All other engines have a timing chain.
Remove 1 Auxiliary Drive Belts. 2 LH top engine mounting. 3 Crankshaft Pulley 4 Cylinder head cover 5 Timing belt upper cover 6 Timing belt lower cover
No. The timing belt or chain connects to crankshaft and camshafts. The serpentine belt connects the crankshaft with the alternator, ac compressor, power steering, etc.