You should always replace the timing chain, tensioners and sprockets whenever you rebuild the engine.
replace or rebuild engine, its kaput!
YES BUT. YOU SHOULD USE THE 1996 CRANKSHAFT AND THE 1996 INTAKE SO YOU NEED TO DISASEMBLE BOTH ENGINE TO DO ONE
You don't, you replace or rebuild the engine.
Never. The Saturn S series vehicles used a timing chain instead of a timing belt. And the chain is inside the engine, bathed in oil to keep it lubricated. The timing chain should be replaced whenever you rebuild the engine.
I am not sure how much it would cost to rebuild the engine, but I just did an engine swap on my saturn. The engine cost $325 and it had 102,000 miles on it. Keep in mind that this price doesn't include the price for the oil/filter, coolant, sparkplugs/wires. All said and done my car was up and running like a new car for under $400.00. The hardest part of the whole thing was actually finding an engine for it.
A timing chain should last the life of the engine. Timing chains are INSIDE the engine and as such are constantly oiled. By the time the timing chain and/or tensioning mechanism is worn out, it's about time to rebuild the engine.
If you are mechanically inclined it is cheaper to replace the entire engine
Whenever you rebuild the engine.
Timing chains are designed to last the life of the engine and are normally replaced during a complete engine rebuild. Unless it gets noisy there is no need to replace it.
it is hard to state when is the right time to rebuild or replace a veh engine .but here is the best answer to my knowlege you would have to find info on your veh engine spec's have a known good mechanic performe a manual compression test and determing if veh has low compression then you can rely on this for your sence if to replace or not ,..
Any time you rebuild the engine you should always put in a new timing chain. They are far more durable than a timing belt.
Unless you have other problems, you should only need to change the timing chain whenever you rebuild the engine or remove the head or have other needs to take the front off the engine.
You must replace the piston rings. That means TIME FOR A REBUILD.
You have to replace the piston rings and/ or the piston. Once you take the cylinder off, you should make sure nothing falls into the bottom end of the engine. If you are not familiar with this, then you should consult a mechanic.
if it is anything like my 97' Saturn Sl2. The engine must be dropped out to dismount the transmission.
how do you rebuild a Roketta 150cc GY6 engine?
To replace the clutch you must separate the engine and transmission. For a front wheel drive vehicle, separating the engine and transmission can only be accomplished by removing the engine.
Timing BELTS are outside the engine, run dry, and have no external lubrication. Timing BELTS should be replaced according to the manufacturers schedule. But the SL2 is not equipped with a timing belt, it uses a timing chain. Timing chains are internal, well lubricated, and designed to last as long as the rest of the engine. You shouldn't need to replace the timing chain until you rebuild the engine.
Replace the Mazda engine.
A water pump should have nothing to do with the bearing in your engine. If you are hearing a knocking from the engine then you are going to need to replace/rebuild. I have seen bad waterpumps make knocking nosies but you said it was new. Id check your work!
Early Saturn VUE's use a Opel designed V6 engine. This engine is also used in the Cadillac Catera, Saturn L series, and Saab vehicles. This engine does use a rubber timing belt that does have to be replaced every 90-100k miles. It should be noted this engine requires some very special tools to replace the timing belt. Pretty $$ tools. The tools can be rented here for 30 days: http://www.ledfix.com/timingbelttoolrental.html
To rebuild a snowmobile engine the cost of rebuilding will depend on the internal damage(s) or what it needs. To get a fair assessment the engine should be torn down first so that parts can be inspected.