I'm not sure on the timing belt, but before 140,000 KM (100,000 MI)is a safe bet. As far as acessory belts, there is no recommended interval, but they should be changed if they are noisy or if recommended by your technician.AnswerI'm not sure of the timing belt interval, but if it was mine I would do it at 60,000. Serpentine belts should bechanged if there are any cracks going parallel to the belt edges, or if the belts has cracks in the belt perpendicular to edges so that pieces are starting to come off. Perpendicular cracks are normal, unless pieces are starting to come off. If a technician recommends a belt, ask why. If it does not fit this criteria, you probably don't need one. With the exception of oil or coolant contamination. If there is noise from it and that bothers you, then change it. If you get cornered into getting it changed, ask to see it. If it didn't fall into the above situations, I empower you to use it as tourniquet and wrap it around his neck for selling you something you didn't need.
I am sure of the recommended interval; it is 105k miles. Wisdom: be sure to change water pump and tensioner at said interval.
2 accessory belts and 1 timing belt.
( Yes ) according to the Gates website ( they make timing belts etcetera ) the ( 2.0 liter ) four cylinder engine in a 1999 Plymouth Breeze IS AN INTERFERENCE ENGINE
Your idler should keep the belts tight. I've had to change my tension idler on my 1997 gtp
how do you change the belts on a 2002 kia spectra?
if your car's belt has bits of fabric coming out
how do you change belts on2.5 model sentra
Change belts when they become dry enough to form small cracks across the ribs. Hoses when they feel thin when squeezed or bulge near clamps.
The 3.3L has a chain. The 3.0L and 2.5L have timing belts.
nthow to change the beltson the dodge neon
should be changed at 60000 miles along with the water pump and belt tensioners
All timing belts should be changed before 100,000 Miles
2.4L and 3.0L have belts. 3.3L and 3.8L have chains.
When should the timing belts be changed on a 2001 Mitsubishi, Galant?
Never. 1995 Nissan altimas have 2 timing chains. Not belts.
there is no timing belt on these vehicles! only one chain, and there(supposed) to LAST.
Limousines should have seat belts, unless classified as a bus.
The 99 Breeze 2.4 L dohc engine is non-interference. I just went through a broken timing belt on my daughters car. The Plymouth Breeze with the X in the V.I.N. are free wheeling design. The pistons in this engine have cut-outs on their domes to allow clearance with belt failure. Some 2.4's are interference, on other Chrysler engines. Here is a good website to get information on timing belts and interference and non-interference engine applications for a variety of vehicles. http://www.gates.com/brochure.cfm?brochure=2256&location_id=3487&go=SearchGatesPopular
There are two belts. Here is how to change them both. Pictures included.http://www.justanswer.com/questions/1qyrs-2004-scion-xb-change-alt-power
You should check belts, hoses, fluids, wiper blades, lighting, tires and tire pressure at least every oil change. Once every 3 months or 3000 miles. Which ever comes first.
No type of glue should be used on seat belts.
105,000 miles , according to the Gates website ( they make timing belts etc. )
105,000 miles ( according to the Gates website , they make timing belts etc. )
Generally speaking, timing belts should be serviced at 90,000 miles.