There is no timing belt. Saturn Ion's use a timing chain.
The timing is controlled by the vehicle's computer. There is no need to adjust it during normal maintenance. I don't believe that it is possible to adjust the timing on that vehicle. I think that it was set and sealed at time of manufacture. Safest thing is to check with the dealer.
All vehicles without a distributor (which Saturn sc is one)can not have there timing adjusted(done by the computer).
no timing adjustment its all computer controlled
The 4 cylinder Saturn engines used an "Oil bath" timing chain. The V6 Saturn engines used an "external" timing belt.
The clutch pedal cannot be adjusted
use a laptop and the appropriate programs to adjust the timing via the car's ECU
The timing in a Saturn is not adjustable. The ignition timing is computer controlled by the Ignition control module located underneith your coil packs. if there is an issue with engine valve timing, you must replace all timing components, ie... timing cam gears, crank gear, hydralic tentioner and guides.
The SC2 is an 'S' series Saturn, and all 4 cylinder engines of the S series Saturn's used a timing CHAIN rather than a timing belt.
cant computer controled no adjustment
The V6 engine in a LS2 has a timing belt with replacement intervals at 100k miles
All 1991-2002 Saturn S-series cars have a timing chain. The Ecotec 2.2 and 2.4 L engines also have a chain.BUT!!!The V6 engines all have timing BELTS.
All Saturn 4 cylinder engines have an internal timing chain. All Saturn V6 engines have a timing belt.
There is no external timing marks on 2001 Saturn.
2004 saturn vue v6
The V6 Saturn used a timing belt. The 4 cylinder's used a timing chain.
how do i adjust the ignition timing on a 1990 suzuki gsx 750f
u do not adjust belt tensioner if belt is loose, u need to replace belt as tensioner works automatically
adjust timing 4.3 V8 engine
It is probably controlled by the computer;making it non-adjustable. Right the timing is fully controlled by the ECU so the only way to adjust it is by overriding the ECU's values with the propper tunning program and a laptop.
All of the Saturn 4 cylinder engines used a timing chain. The V6 Saturn's used a timing belt.
Yes, in fact all Saturn ION's have timing chains
The Saturn sl2 does not have a timing belt, it has a timing chain. And under most conditions it does not need replacing.