the ignition timing does not get replaced on 87 dodge.
Your 2001 Dodge Ram does not have a timing belt, it has a timing chain. No replacement is necessary.
The Ram does not have a timing belt.
While you are in there, yes.
Timing belt. Replace every 60,000 miles.
AnswerThe timing is controled by the sensors and the computer, it can't be adjusted.You can if the timing belt is stretched! Replace your timing belt and the hydraulic tensioner and it should repair the bad timing.
A 2004 Ram does not have a timing belt.
looking for some easy tips on changing the primary timing chain tentioner on my dodge 4.7
By 100,000 miles for sure.
you should replace belt your already there.if old belt breaks it could cause engine damage
The 3.3L engine has a timing chain....not a timing belt.... The 3.0L engine has a timing belt......
It would cost about 260 dollars.
Replace it every 120,000 miles. This is NOT and interference engine.
30,000 miles to 40,000 miles dependant on driving conditions 100,000 miles
The timing on a 1989 Dodge truck should be set to 10* after unplugging the temperature sensor.
Timing Belt. Mine just went out. You might have to replace the tensioners too. :(
3.0 has a timing belt behind plastic covers that are behind the accessories E.G. Alt. & PS
A Grand Caravan does not have a timing belt.
The timing chain does not have a service interval. It only needs replaced if there is a failure.
Every 100,000 milesEvery 100,000 miles
60000 iles and 120000miles
The timing belt on a Dodge Neon should be replaced every 100,000 miles.
The 3.8 liter V6 engine in a 2001 Dodge Grand Caravan has a timing CHAIN
three plus the timing belt if it is a 4 cyl. two if it is a 3.0L v6, plus a timing belt one if it is a 3.3L or 3.8L v6, plus a timing chain