Timing chain, no maintenance required.
Four-Cylinder has chains, V6 has belts.
4M40 is timing chains
It has two timing chains...no timing belts
8th generation Civics (2006-up) have timing chains. Timing chains are more durable than timing belts. Unless there is a problem timing chains never get replaced; timing belts need replacing every 60,000 miles .
Depends on the bike brand, some have chains, some belts and some have drive shafts.
no they just have timing belts no chains
( 1 ) timing chain
What year is it? @004-2008 have timing chains
standard mileage for most all timing belts is 70,000 miles, but not many Jeeps have belts, they have chains that do not need to be replaced
as far as i know all Lexus have timing belts which require replacement every 60 or 90,000 miles depending on the year.
The 4.0 L SOHC engine has 3 timing CHAINS
On a 2007 Ford Explorer : The 4.0 liter SOHC , V6 engine has ( 3 timing CHAINS ) The 4.6 liter , V8 engine has ( 2 timing CHAINS )
The 2.2, 2.5, and 3.0 have belts. All others have chains.The 2.2, 2.5, and 3.0 have belts. All others have chains.
GM Ecotec family engines have timing CHAINS, not belts.
2.7L and 3.3L have timing chains 3.2L and 3.5L have belts.
It does not have a timing belt, Chevy did not use timing belts in there truck engines.
My 2000 Corolla definitely has a timing CHAIN. I don't recall what year, but it has been awhile since they have used belts.
Chevy 350s have timing chains,not belts. It is designed for the life of the motor. If it is "streched" , the cam timing would be slightly off. Would need a degree wheel, a dial indicator and stock cam specs. intake/closing.
Taurus engines do not use timing belts - they're equipped with timing chains.Unlike when dealing with belts that require routine replacement, timing chains do not require any regular attention.See "Related Questions" below for more
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The 430's have timing chains and do not need replacement!
Probably because timing belts are notoriously unreliable.