Replacement seat belts can be bought from good automobile parts providers. Alternatively a garage which sells that type of car from new can source the belts.
No this motor has a chain it should never need replacement if vehicle has had oil changes on a regular basis
Timing chains have no scheduled replacement they are designed to last the life of the engine. Timing belts have replacement intervals
There is no recommended replacement interval given for the chain replacement timing belts are critical, chains are not.
to prevent us from getting hurt.
as far as i know all Lexus have timing belts which require replacement every 60 or 90,000 miles depending on the year.
When should the timing belts be changed on a 2001 Mitsubishi, Galant?
Limousines should have seat belts, unless classified as a bus.
When changing belts, it is important to know the layout and have a diagram to help guide the removal and replacement of these belts. A diagram for these belts can be found in the maintenance manual of a 1989 Toyota Corolla 4-A-F.
No type of glue should be used on seat belts.
The 430's have timing chains and do not need replacement!
The Bissell 32074 replacement belts aren't generic at all. They're very much a quality product and should last a long time.
Changing the alternator or removing and installing the belt should not cause excessive stress or wear on the belts.
From what I have been told by Toyota savvy folk about the 2000-2005 Celica timing chain, it should last the lifetime of the car with no replacement. God bless timing chains vs. belts!!
there should be two major bolts to the alternator one to losse'n up the belts and the other to release the alternator to the mount. loosen the belts first and then remove the belts.. after this it should be easy to replace the alternator
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Seat belts should be replaced at any point if they are no longer performing their designated task. Any problems with a seat belt should be addresses as soon as possible because seat belts are a important feature responsible for car driver and passenger safety.
Yes ... they are removable for service or replacement, but they are a system requirement for the Belts and your computer requires it as part of the system.
A timing chain should last the life of a engine. The smaller engines with rubber timing belts have service replacement intervals.
Seat belts are meant to hold you in place so that you're not thrown out a window or the windshield should you have an accident.
Your idler should keep the belts tight. I've had to change my tension idler on my 1997 gtp
By getting all the other belts and then challenging the sensei in a battle.
It doesn't. Timing belts need replacement but typically timing chains are expected to last the life of the engine. From what I understand that year Expedition has 2 timing chains and you should not need to change them.