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Timing belts are replaced, not reset.
Yes Timing Chains need to be replaced because they stretch out and Wear over time!
your vehicle does not have a t-belt-uses timing chain and gears which doesnt need to be replaced until around 150-200 thousand miles or incase of premature failure
The timing belt should be replaced every 100,000 miles.
Timing chains on Hondas are replaced at engine rebuild time, and no sooner.
Highly recommend while you are already there. Water pump will fail or leak before timing belt needs replaced again
if you already replaced everything under the hood, u may as well keep going. you have already spent money and should now have as new engine
If you haven't found it already, its under the timing belt cover and is typically replaced @ the same interval as the timing belt in order to aleviate any headaches created later on resulting from a leaky waterpump. It is also driven by the timing belt so if you haven't already, you might as well replace it also.
there is no timing belt -- only a timing chain that does not need to be replaced
There is no scheduled replacement on timing chains (only on timing belts). Therefore, it only needs to be replaced if it breaks.
Timing chain usually needs to be replaced each 180-200K miles.
no it has a timing belt. it's not that hard to replaced
no timing belt on a GMC Jimmy
it doesnt have a timing belt, it has a chain.
Timing belts on these cars are usually replaced every 90K; you don't want to have a timing belt go while you are driving... :(
It has a timing belt that should be replaced every 90,000 miles. The water pump should also be replaced as it is driven by the cam belt.
It has a timing belt that must be replaced every 105,000 miles.
It doesn't have a timing belt. It has a timing chain and it will last the life of the engine.
Timing belts for most vehicles are supposed to be replaced at 60k. Some vehicles at 90k.
No, timing chains will last the life of the engine and are normally replaced when the engine if overhauled.
I have your answer for you. I talked to Nissan about this before. First of all, the 2001 Nissan Pathfinder doesnt have a timing belt. It has a timing chain. And Nissan doesnt set a life to these components. It is pretty much ment to last a long time and when it does go. then you need to replace it. Sounds odd but that is what the mechanic at Nissan told me. when it goes it will warp the valves and possible the pistons will hit the head and just destroy the engine. what to listen for when u need the timing chain replaced is metel slapping something or should i say like it isn't oiling properly. i would have it checked out every 60,000 miles.
I just found out that it has a timing chain because mine is being replaced.
It doesn't have a timing belt. It has a timing chain.
The timing belt has to be removed to access the water pump. Once the pump is replaced the timing belt has to be replaced and set.
To fix the Pontiac Sunfire if it jumped time, the timing belt has to be replaced. Then the car has to have the timing set again after the belt is replaced.