It was a jeep wrangler designation starting in 2002 that meant a base equipped wrangler with a 4.0 engine and a manual transmission. Nothing more. in later years the Wrangler X came with more avail options
Go to your local Autozone and ask for a belt routing guide. They can print you one out right at the counter.
Either 3.07 or 3.73 to 1
No. Check engine lights didn't start in the Wrangler until the MPI system came out for the 1991 model years. For both the 4 and 6 cyl engines.
The 1994 Jeep Wrangler came equipped in 2.5L 4-cylinder and 3.0L 6-cylinder options. The 2.5L can use API rated 0W30, 5W30, and 10W30 all-season.
either a 2.4 4 cylinder or 4.0 liter 6 cylinder engine
1994 Chevy Camaro cars came in either V6 or V8 versions, meaning the engine had 6 or 8 cylinders. Additionally, some models during this time period came with an all-aluminum engine.
i had a 106 and the timing belt came loose , it came off and wrecked the timing of the engine causing it to destroy its self . i presume it will be the same effect if it did snap .
The most likely cause o f the check engine light is that the belt was not tightened properly. It may also be that the belt stretched and needs to be retightened.
I know of no Toyota Rav4 that came with the 3.3 Liter engine which does have a cam belt. The 3.5 was installed in the Rav4 and it has a chain.
Lt-1(what came in it)
stock enginestock engine in 1994 ford probe GT is a Mazda 2.5L 24 valve V6.
you have a stuck valve
May have to change oil.
It could easily be a broken timing belt. One symptom is when you turn the key and engine spins over freely it is likely the broken TIMING belt.
this specific year came with a timing belt instead of a chain, even though it has the v6 engine, which surprised me as well
The serpentine belt is a long belt on the front of the engine. The belt goes over a number of pulleys and powers many things such as the alternator and power steering all at once. The twisting and turning through all of the pulleys like a snake is how it came to be called a serpentine belt.
I'm considering swapping the engine in my 98 Jeep Wrangler (a 2.5l 4) with the 4.0l 6. I haven't done so yet, but I came across a website of someone else that has: http://www.jeepaholics.com/tech/25to40/25to40.htm That may help you out, or at least give you a little more to go on. Sorry, I realized I didn't make it clear: My jeep is a 98, but the jeep on the above website is a 94.
The 2000 General Motors/Cadillac Deville came equipped in the 4.6L Northstar engine. Removing the main belt will require depressing the tensioner to free it. The new belt can then be routed across the accessory drive pulleys. The OE AC Delco belts for this application are 6K815 and 3K243.
The schematic should be on the fan shroud. If not find a like car and draw a schematic. If the belt came off by itself, there may be something out of line and you may have to take it to a garage.
P1390 indicates your timing belt skipped one or more teeth...
Has your timing belt been changed? From what I understand, the car automatically turns on the light every 60,000 miles (the recommended interval between timing belt changes). I changed mine well after the light came on (it came on while the previous owner still had it) and the belt was long overdue. Also, when you do change it, you have to manually reset the light.
There are many reasons why a check engine light could come on following a timing belt change. When the check engine light comes on there is a code stored in the computer to tell you why the light came on. Most auto parts stores will read the code for free.
The Wrangler Unlimited 2 door was only made between 2004-2006.