The cost to replace the timing belt on a 2003 Mitsubishi Eclipse is about $700. This will depend on what else needs to be replaced and the dealer that you use.Ê
Without the proper equipment you cannot replace the timing belt on your Mitsubishi Triton. The best place to have this work performed would be your local Mitsubishi dealer or at a trusted car repair business.
No, it will not.
How do you replace the timing belt on a 2003 Mitsubishi Lancer?
take it to a macanic and if you area macanic you are not a very good one
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timing diagram for 1990 1.8 Mitsubishi eclipse
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Remove the timing belt cover. There should be a pully that will ratched in and out to tighten and loosen the belt.
You need to remove the timing belt cover in order to gain access to it. If you want to replace it, timing belt has to be removed too.
what is the timing sequence on a 1994 Mitsubishi ecipes 2.0 leader no turbo??
It is best to replace the timing belt when the car starts approaching 100,000 miles. It starts to be dry rotted. It is a lot cheaper to do it before it goes out. If it goes it can cause a lot of damage to engine.
The Mitsubishi 2.4 liter engine timing marks can be found on the front of the main pulley. The timing marks will be scattered around the outside of the main pulley.
Each 60K miles.
Accoring to Mitsubishi every 5 years or 60,000 miles
It will take you approximately 6 hours, if you keep the timing marks in place. Also, consider replacing water pump at same time, it takes about 20 minutes longer to do it as you replace the timing belt.
drain the coolent remove timing belt.....loosen bolts....4g63, take off accessory belts and remove
THE TIMING BELT IN A 2002 ECLIPSE 3.0L GT IS LOACTED ON THE PASSENGER SIDE AND YOU WILL HAVE TO REMOVE THE BLACK PLASTIC GUARD'S TO REVEAL THE TIMING BELT AND CAM GEARS!
Crank position sensor is located next to the crankshaft. In order to replace it you might have to remove the timing belt. In the most models you just can remove remove the timing belt cover and replace the sensor.
About every 60.000 miles
i have a 2004 Mitsubishi endeavor . i was wondering how often you would sugest replacing the timing belt .