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No, timing chain doesn't need replacing.
The water pump is the tensioner for the timing belt. if you need to adjust it, replace it.
The timing belt on a 1999 Kia Sephia is changed by removing the timing cover, loosening the tensioner, and pulling the belt off. A new belt is then put in place and then tension reapplied.
It is worn out or the tensioner is weak and needs replacing.
Does it require replacing tensioner pully when replacing waterpump and timing belt on 2003 passat 2.8
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u dont adjust the timing chain tensioner if there is slop or play in chain, u need to replace the chain . good idea to replace timing gears at same time while engine is pulled apart
You dont, it's an automatic hydraulic tensioner. However eventually the chain and/or tensioner spring will wear out.
The timing chain tensioner bolt sticks out the back left side of the cylinder head. Take the timing chain cover off on the left side of the motor too see the inside to the chain tensioner.
You cannot adjust the tensioner. It is automatic, and takes out the slack of a stretching/aging cam chain. Once the tensioner has fully extended, the only fix is to replace the chain and the part of the tensioner the chain rides on if it is worn.
there are two tensioners, the serpentine tensioner and the timing belt tensioner. the timing belt tensioner is behind the timing belt cover ;)
A loose timing chain can only be repaired by replacing the timing chain . A loose timing belt means the belt is worn out or the tensioner is worn out. Replace worn parts.
You don't. The timing belt should have a spring loaded tensioner which pulls on the belt to adjust tension.
The timing chain on an Intruder 800 should adjust itself. If this isn't happening, I think you MAY be able to access the adjuster by taking the valve/rocker cover off and seeing if the tensioner is up to full stretch or is not working. If it won't adjust any further and take anymore play out of the chain, it's possible that your chain has stretched over time and needs replacing.
Idler and tensioner pulleys, cam and crank oil seals and pays to do water pump also if it is driven from the timing belt.
how to set your gears for timing belt on 1999 kia sephia
By replacing it, and the tensioner, along w/coolant pump if it's run off the belt.
Hello Sir. Its not possible to adjust since its tension depens on the oil pressure, if there is too much slack in your chain, you change the tensioner. And maybe chain / chain houseing if its damaged. Mechanic Nic E
if it is the v6 it has a belt not chain that needs replacing every 105000 miles
It varies from dealer to dealer, but expect to pay anywhere from $1,100 to $1,400 for timing belt, water pump, pulleys, tensioner, and thermostat replacement.
You did not list Make, Model, Year, or Engine Size. So all I can tell you is that the vast majority of vehicles with a timing chain have a self tensioner that keeps the tension tight. If the chain it loose or noisy then it is more than likely worn out or the tensioner needs replacing or both.
1998 and newer have no timing marks. Timing cannot be adjusted.
If you checked the belt and you think it is loose ,change it. It has a tensioner built in that sets the tension when the belt is installed.
No-there is one belt tensioner for the entire engine belt assembly. The timing belt is a serpentine belt and if it is stretched out, it will need to be replaced. There is no way to adjust the timing belt once it is put on the vehicle.
There is a bolt in the center of the tensioner (silver). Turn it counterclockwise to loosen it, and then turn the tab with the hex hole in it to the left as well. You'll need a hex-key for this second step.