The question you ask is too involved for a proper answer. You need to go to a car parts store, and get a repair manual for your car. They cost about $16.00 Or, go to a Public Library.
Yes, or grab a wrench and unbolt it to look for wear to belt
i took the bolts out of mine and cut it it off just above the lower pulley, then cut it until i could remove the rest. (but i regret doing this now because i no longer have the timing marks i so badly need!!!!)
First you need to support the engine from underneath, so you can remove the motor support right above the cover you want to remove. Remove serpentine belt, tensioner and this should give you enough room to remove the timing belt cover.
The timing chain for a 1993 Ford escort is located on the front of the engine. It is under the timing chain cover.
the timing mark is on the pullie itself its a small notch .... to get to your timing belt you have to remove the belts, motor mount, and the pullies, then remove the plastic cover then you can access your timing belt .... it looks worse than it really it
the water pump is located under the timing belt cover. in order to replace it you need to remove the timing belt, i would recommend doing the timing belt while your in there too.
The 1993 Chevy Lumina 3.1 liter engine timing belt can be found on the front of the engine. You will need to remove the front engine cover in order to access the timing belt.
It can be replaced by removing the passenger front wheel and mud shield to get to end of the motor block. Remove everything in the way ( I use a Chilton book) and remove the timing cover. The water pump is behind the timing belt. It took me two days.
behind the timing belt cover easy to fix
Remove the 1993 Toyota decorative radio cover in. Remove the radio retaining screws. Pull the radio out. Remove the wiring harness.
If it fit on a 1994, then it will fit on your 1993 with no problem.....
Remove the cover from your 1993 Mercedes-Benz radio. Remove the radio retaining nuts. Remove the wiring harness and the antenna cable from the back of the radio.