The Ram does not have a timing belt.
Your 2001 Dodge Ram does not have a timing belt, it has a timing chain. No replacement is necessary.
A Timing Belt, A Serpitine Belt, A Power Steering Belt, and if you have A/C A Belt for that too...
A 2004 Ram does not have a timing belt.
Timing belt. Replace every 60,000 miles.
The 3.3L engine has a timing chain....not a timing belt.... The 3.0L engine has a timing belt......
It's about $1300, half in labor. Just had it done in ours, replaced all other belts and water pump as well, since they all had to come off to get to the timing belt.
one thing that is common and causes this is your TIMING BELT may have broke, or you may need to replace your fuel pump
A Grand Caravan does not have a timing belt.
By 100,000 miles for sure.
The Dodge Caliber has a timing chain, not a timing belt.
Timing Belt. Mine just went out. You might have to replace the tensioners too. :(
Timing belt.Timing belt.
The 4.0L will need the timing belt replaced at 100,000 miles. All other engines have a timing chain.
every 80 to 100,000 km is best you do not want to have a timing belt failure, if your timing belt fails at best you will have a no start situation at worst you can kiss you engine good-bye
Replace it every 120,000 miles. This is NOT and interference engine.
The water pump is timing belt driven you got to get to the timing belt to have access.
60000 iles and 120000miles
Ya i just did one on my 93 dodge and ill never do it again just take it to the dealer and pay the extra money because its a pain that's the best i got for you
Belt, replace every 100,000 miles.Belt, replace every 100,000 miles.
It has a timing belt. Replace at 100,000 miles.It has a timing belt. Replace at 100,000 miles.
All 1998 Dodge Dakota's have a timing chain and not a belt.
A Dodge 3.3L does not have a timing belt