Yes. Timing belt is correct.
Hello: I am doing a overhaul on my 2002 Mitsubishi Galant. I inadvertently moved the crankcase while trying to remove the small timing belt while the larger timing belt was off. Knowing that, I would like to know is there a procedure to follow to correct this?
if by "belt or chain" you're trying to ask if they have a timing belt or timing chain, the answer is timing belt
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
The ignition timing is non-adjustable. It is strickly electronic, and you cannot change it. The valve timing is controlled by the timing belt. If it has jumped time, you have to remove the timing cover to access the belt, replace it, and set it to the correct specifications.
If they moved during belt installation, you will need to remove the belt and start over. The marks have to be correct.
To replace a timing belt on a 1.9 Vectra, disconnect battery cable and disconnect the alternator belt. Remove steering pump, alternator, and AC compressor. Remove distributor cap, bolts and screws on the timing belt. Finally, remove old timing belt and replace with new.Ê
You remove the upper timing belt cover and look at the belt while cranking the engine over.You remove the upper timing belt cover and look at the belt while cranking the engine over.
yes you have to remove the serp, belt to replace timing belt
There is no need to remove the timing belt to change the thermostat.
The water pump runs on the timing belt. You have to take the timing cover off, remove the belt and then remove the water pump. If you reuse the timing belt, mark the belt with a spot of paint at the camshaft and crankshaft so that you can replace it and have the engine in time. If you need to replace the belt, make sure the engine is at top dead center on the timing mark before you remove the belt.
NO, you do not remove the head to replace the timing belt on any car.
Remove beltUnbolt tensioner and remove
First, remove the drive belt and the drive belt tensioner. Unscrew the three nuts and three bolts to remove the outer engine's front cover. Remove the RH splash shield, the bolt, and the crankshaft pulley. Align the timing marks and then remove the old timing belt. Install the new timing belt and then repeat the steps in reverse.
Remove the timing belt cover!
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
remove timing cover
You have to remove the alternator, driving belts (serpentine belt, stirring pump belt). After that remove the engine mount on the passenger side of the car (do not forget to put something underneath the engine before removing the mount). After that you need remove the upper timing belt cover. Remove the crankshaft pulley and lower timing belt cover. Put the marks on the timing belt. Loosen the timing belt pulley, stretch the spring, and tighten the timing belt pulley. Remove the timing belt. After this you get access to the oil pump, which is going around the crankshaft and has dozen of bolts to remove. PS: Before you start make sure you have to gasket because they are not reusable.
First off, you do not have to remove the engine from any vehicle I know of to replace a timing belt. Secondly, your vehicle has a chain, and not a belt.
Begin by removing all of the pulleys from the front of the engine. Remove the front engine cover. Remove the timing belt. Reverse the process to install the new timing belt.
remove crank balancer pulley hub after the beltremove any thing in front of timing coverremove timing coverremove timing belt and idler and tensioner pulliesreplace all parts with newdo google search on how to align cam sprocket and crank sprocket and how to set belt tensionalign marks before belt removal and replacement
left front engine up, take timing belt cover off. Remove timing belt. remove bolts from water pump. but new water pump on. Set timing belt in the same position. But the timing belt and the pullies back on. Then your Finished. Looking at the repair manual this is a lot harder than it sounds because, u have to remove the motor mount to remove timing belt.
No. Timing belt replacement is possible in vehicle.
Remove the timing belt cover and inspect the belt or change it every 90K miles.
Because if dies on you after you have replaced the timing belt it will cost as much as replace the timing belt. If you do not know, in order to remove the water pump you need to remove the timing belt it's about $300-600 depending where you live. Do you really want to pay such money twice?