Cam or cams not lined up with crank properly
Yes, the Catera has a timing belt, tensioner and two idlers.
It depends on the application, but the water pump, tensioner, and any idlers can be recommended.
Ford recommends it be inspected and replaced if needed at 60,000 miles. I have a 2002 ZX5 and I changed mine at 120,000 miles. 120 is a bit much but there was no visible wear on the belt right up to the time I replaced it. Also when you do replace the belt, spend the extra money and change the idlers and tensioner. Most timing belt "failures" I've seen are from the idlers or tensioner wearing out. Dealer cost is about $345 for parts and labor.
Need to check your idlers and tensioners. You should of replaced them at same time.
yes it has nothing to do with the timing
there are two tensioners, the serpentine tensioner and the timing belt tensioner. the timing belt tensioner is behind the timing belt cover ;)
The Pontiac Grand Prix has a Timing Chain with a spring loaded tensioner. The tensioner is know to wear, crack and then break. The timing chain and tensioner should be replaced at 100,000 miles. This is a pretty big job that can be done with the motor in the car. $$$ Ray
I would replace the water pump, 2 idlers, tensioner and 3 seals (2 on cam and 1 on crank shaft).
Not unless the bearing in that pulley is noisy or rough when you spin it.
Yes, the BMW M20 engine uses a timing belt. It should be replaced (along with the tensioner) every 70000 kM.
chain. if you hear a clattering noise the timing chain and timing chain tensioner need to be replaced they are usually sold as a kit
All these here should be replaced as per post somewhere else: timing belt, water pump, tensioner, tensioner pulley, and idler pulley
Idler and tensioner pulleys, cam and crank oil seals and pays to do water pump also if it is driven from the timing belt.
Timing belt(also named cam belt), tensioners, pulleys and idlers.
The timing belt needs to be replaced about every 100k miles. Actually the recommended interval is 105,000 miles. You also replace the tensioner and idler pulley at this time
If the timing belt drives the water pump you should also replaced it at the same time. Also inspect the tensioner and replace as necessary.
it has a timing belt should be replaced at 54 miles along with tensioner and water pump
auto store usually special order for a timing belt tensioner or belt tensioner
The timing belt on a 2000 Isuzu Trooper is replaced by removing the engine accessories, taking off the timing cover and loosening the tensioner. The belt can then be slipped off the sprockets and a new timing belt put in place.
No-there is one belt tensioner for the entire engine belt assembly. The timing belt is a serpentine belt and if it is stretched out, it will need to be replaced. There is no way to adjust the timing belt once it is put on the vehicle.
Timing belt tensioner, and its spring. Oil seals for both camshaft and crankshaft. And it's highly recommended to replace the water pump.
I'm not familiar with this model. But if the water pump is driven by the timing belt that is always worth changing at the same time also it is advisable to change the belt tensioner and any belt idlers at the same time Inspect the serpentine belt change if getting worn.
if its 2002 /2003 with timing chain get the updated tensioner and new chain fitted before it jumps as these do at 50,000!
The timing chain tensioner bolt sticks out the back left side of the cylinder head. Take the timing chain cover off on the left side of the motor too see the inside to the chain tensioner.