There is no need to remove the timing belt to change the thermostat.
The thermostat housing is behind the camshaft sprocket. Remove timing covers and belt then remove camshaft sprocket and then rear timing cover. .
It is not necessary to change timing gears when changing a timing chain unless they have become worn. You won't know if this is the case until you get the cover off and inspect them. It is necessary to change any chain tensioners when you change your timing chain.
I have a 94 Audi 100s and the thermostat is located behind the timing belt so you should think about changing the timing belt, water pump, and thermostat. I know this is a horrible desighn but what can we do.
For you to do thermostat you must remove the fan blade and clutch. than remove upper horse lower horse and all three belts.. than remove the haromonic balance in also the timing belt cover upper and lower there you will see the timing belt, water pump an thermostat housing using 10 mm socket remove thehousing that was connted to the lower horse.. you are better off changing the timing belt, and water pump at the same time..
No you cannot. From what I've read and learned through experience, you need to remove the timing belt to access the thermostat. Sorry but its a difficult job as u do have to remove the bumper and everything else in the front. It looks like u might be able to do the job without the removal of those parts but i doubt it.
no The Chevy Celebrity 4 cylinder engine doesn't use a timing belt, it uses a timing gear. To replace the gear it is necessary to remove the camshaft from the engine as it is a press job. To remove the camshaft it is necessary to remove the engine from the car.
No, you do not have to pull the engine. But you will have to remove the timing belt covers, timing belt, sprockets, and the oil pan in order to get to the oil pump.
* Disconnect the negative battery cable * Drain the coolant from the radiator and the engine block * On SOHC engines detach the upper radiator hose from the coolant outlet at the intake manifold and the radiator then unbolt the hose clamp at the timing belt cover and remove the radiator hose.Detach the bypass hose from the thermostat cover * On DOHC engines remove the drivebelt and the idler pulley bracket.Also remove the lower radiator hose and the water pump drain plug from the side of the block which faces the front of the car * Remove the thermostat cover from the engine.Be prepared for some coolant to spill * Remove the thermostat noting the direction in which it was installed and remove the thermostat
follow the top radiator hose to locate the thermostat housing, remove the hose from the housing then unbolt the housing. remove and replace the thermostat and rebolt the housing to the motor, replace the hose The housing is made of cheap metal and should be replaced. It is important to "seat" the thermostat properly. Also, it is much easier to replace and remove the thermostat housing if you first remove the timing belt housing.
There is no timing belt. There is timing chain. You do not need to ever change it, they last. Except if you change smtg else around, like water pump.
You need to change the timing belt each 90K miles.
You have to remove the timing belt cover,camshaft pulley and timing belt.Itis near the top behind the belt.
To change a Vauxhall Corsa timing change you need to first remove the rocker cover, the alternator tensioner, heat shield, water pump, engine mount, and crankshaft pulley. Now that you have found the timing change, unscrew the timing chain guides, remove old chain, and replace with new chain.
To change timing belt on an Eclipse GT, disconnect the negative battery cable and remove the alternator belt. Also remove power steering pump, alternator, and air conditioning compressor. Remove distributor cap and remove the timing belt. Replace with new.?æ
The timing belt cover should be right behind the water pump .. So remove the water pump then remove the timing belt cover then remove the timing belt then do all them steps backwards
it has a timing chain, not a rubber belt. no need to change unless necessary
No, you do not have to remove the engine.
its behind the camshaft pully you have to remove the timing belt then the camshft pully to get to the thermostat and its housing bit of a nasty job really!!
* Disconnect the negative battery cable * Drain the coolant from the radiator and the engine block * On SOHC engines detach the upper radiator hose from the coolant outlet at the intake manifold and the radiator,then unbolt the hose clamp at the timing belt cover and remove the radiator hose.Detach the bypass hose from the thermostat cover * On DOHC engines remove the drivebelts and the idler pulley bracket.Also remove the lower radiator hose and the water pump drain plug from the side of the block which faces the front of the vehicle * Remove the thermostat cover from the engine.Be prepared for some coolant to spill as the gasket seal is broken * Remove the thermostat,noting the direction in which it was installed * Scrape off any old gasket or sealant on the thermostat housing and the thermostat cover,then clean them with lacquer thiner
THE WATER PUMP IS BEHIND THE TIMEING CHANGE TO THE RIGHT OF THE CAR IF YOU ARE FACING IT.YES YOU HAVE TO TAKE THE TIMING CHANGE OFF A MUST .YOU SHOULD THE TIMING CHANGE SINCE IT IS OFF.THE HOLE PROCESS IS NOT EASE AT ALL UNLESS YOU KNOW ABOUT TIMING CHANGE. how would i get detailed instructions on how to properly remove timing change so that i can remove the water pump
Remove the front fascia (bumper with lights). Remove radiator, remove timing belt cover- it is right there.
It is not necessary to change the timing chain. It should last way over 100,000 miles. Timing belt should be change at least at 90,000 miles or earlier as listed in your owner's manual.
remove timing chain
some of these bad boys have a magnet in the timing cam gear must remove timing cover on these models