The 2000 Mitsubishi Montero 3.5L is listed as an "Interference Engine" under timing belts in the www.RockAuto.com auto parts catalog. This means the valves or other major engine parts will be damaged if the timing belt breaks while the engine is running. So replace it as part of scheduled maintenance. Many manufacturers recommend changing the timing belt every 60K miles. I do not know if Mitsubishi recommends different mileage intervals.
Scheduled maintenance for a 2003 Honda Civic applies to the type of service needed to keep the car running healthy. Oil changes are an example of scheduled maintenance.
B24 is the 105k scheduled maintenance for this vehicle It is: Timing belt replacement Water pump replacement tire rotation oil change engine air filter replacement cabin air filter replacement
A Chilton can provide information on how to reset the scheduled maintenance advisory on a 1997 C230. If this isn't own then the owner's manual can assist in resetting the scheduled maintenance advisory.
The terms are more or less interchangeable. In some instances preventative maintenance such as washing and waxing the vehicle, replacing the wiper blades, replacing a worn drive belt, or inspecting any component is not a scheduled maintenance item, but instead is preventative. Most other scheduled maintenance is preventative maintenance.
Timing chains have no scheduled replacement they are designed to last the life of the engine. Timing belts have replacement intervals
Corrective maintenance is defined as maintenance work which involves the repair or replacement of components which have failed or broken down. For failure modes which lend themselves to condition monitoring, corrective maintenance should be the result of a regular inspection which identifies the failure in time for corrective maintenance to be planned and scheduled, then performed during a routine plant outage.
Industrial maintenance is the term for the process of keeping the equipment running at peak efficiency in a factory. It includes scheduled cleaning, parts replacement and lubrication, as well as repairs. Industrial maintenance technicians in advanced manufacturing plants troubleshoot electrical, mechanical, pneumatic, hydraulic and computer-controlled systems.
It is a maintenance reminder telling you that some regular scheduled maintenance is required. Can be oil change, air filter replacement, tire rotation, etc. Your owners manual should list the code and what is means.
Preventive, scheduled, and unexpected repairs
The V6 has a cam timing belt. Check the maintenance schedule for the car and you'll find the belt is scheduled for replacement at 90,000 miles. BTW the 4-cylinder Solara has a timing chain, no maintenance needed.
Answer AOG is an acronymn for Aircraft On Ground. This indicates that the aircraft has a maintenance problem and is grounded until it is fixed. The a/c may require parts, servicing, equipment such as jacks, or a special inspection. Aircraft are grounded if they exceed their scheduled maintenance and/or inspections. However, the Airlines may submit a request to FAA for an extension of the scheduled maintenance by 5%. So, if the 18-month C-Check is due, the FAA will approve an extension of approx 90 days. The term is used primarily when ordering parts to indicate that all work on the a/c is on hold until a part is received. This will get the attention of buyers and the OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer, which includes the A/C manufacturer) so they will rush to find a replacement part. Aircraft In Maintenance refers to an aircraft that is undergoing a scheduled maintenance and the completion date is within sufficient time to order a replacement part.
Yes It either means you are do for regular scheduled maintenance or it needs to be repaired.
No Tune ups for cars since oh the early 90's, spark plug replacement is 100,000 miles, check you owners manual for scheduled maintenance
Most automobile manufacturers supply a maintenance schedule in the owners manual. Maintenance schedules can be obtained from most automobile dealerships.
Follow the advice in the driver's manual.
Time for scheduled maintenance.
maintenance engineers plan the routine maintenance of equipment & machinery,maintenance engineer work in manufacturing ,production or transport and may use computerized system to scheduled the work
It is time for some kind of scheduled maintenance. this could mean an oil change or timing belt replacement. Read your owners manual for the scheduled service intervals and compare it to your miles. A qualified mechanic can perform the work and reset the light, parts stores usually use the cheap code scanners so they may not be able to reset this light but you could try.
Time for scheduled maintenance.
This is a question that's asked a lot. The V6 has a cam drive 'belt' rather than a chain. The belt is scheduled for a maintenance replacement every 90 thousand miles. Cheers
The "Maintenance Notice" screen will be reset when: "Reset Distance" is selected, or "Interval Reminder" is set to off.
Tushar, With a Honda, as long as the scheduled maintenance is followed 113K miles is not even half the life of the engine. Stick with your maintenance schedule and you will get over 300K out of your car. Just remember, DON'T PUT OFF YOUR MAINTENANCE.... Good luck, Tom
To bring down cost on spares and cut down breakdown time. he has to analyse and estimate the problems. Preventive maintenance, scheduled maintenance, and breakdown maintenance are his main objectives.
I would consider it to be maintenance. Additionally, numerous building maintenance companies offer painting as one of their scheduled or recurring maintenance services. Exterior paint is an easy way to maintain the appearance of your building.