2005 mitsubishi colt timing belt
no and never will
I have the same question. It is quite important when I am going to buy a used Colt, which has drived 70000 to 90000 kilometer. I don't understand why Mitsubishi doesn't mention it on manual or somewhere?!
one is on the cam gear and the other is on the crank timing belt gear. spark timing is on the crank to the rear of the engine
Yes, this is an interference engine. The belt must be replaced every 60,000 miles. If the belt breaks serious engine damage will occur.
your bigest problem is the removal of the front pully bolt it is reached though the frame I had to use a torch,then remove all pullys and then the plastic cover there is your belt
The question you ask is too involved for a proper answer. You need to go to a car parts store, and get a repair manual for your car. They cost about $16.00 Or, go to a Public Library.
This may not be your problem but I had this problem with an '86 Dodge Colt. Turned out to be the timing belt.
It depends on the make of vehicle as to how often you should change the belt. If it has 150,000 and the belt has never been changed, well, it is long overdue. And if it is an interference type, and the belt breaks, then the valves get damaged, and the cost to repair goes up ten fold.
The timing marks on a 93 Dodge Colt with a 1.5 liter engine are located on the timing chain and the cam sprocket. They must line up with each other to ensure proper initial timing.
If not factory, basically impossilbe. If factory, you will have to compare to Colt Catalogs.
With all car if you have fuel and spark then timing is your issue on a 1.5 L engine the timing belt has most likey jumped time. the good news is you can replace the belt pretty cheap(parts about $30) also you should check the igition module for function. your basically looking for timing control issues.
Its a lap belt.
It is computer controlled and nonadjustable,.
A timing chaing , yes
depending on the style of belt, on the alternator belt there is an adjustment just below the slider holding the alternator, you just simply tighten it until belt becomes tight.
broken firing pin could be one reason................
Both the crank and cam sprockets have timing marks on the sprocket and on the engine. As you face the front of the engine, with the sprockets in front of you, the cam timing mark is approx. 85 degrees right of top center. The crank mark is approx. 10-15 degrees right of top center (piston #1 should be top dead center). Line marks on sprockets with timing marks on block (tin), slip on belt and tighten tensioner. Manually rotate engine 2 complete revolutions and check that both marks are still aligned.
i would check the timing. check for compression.
Look under the hood for a decal listing the specifications.
Chilton manual says 5 degrees after top dead center.
this question should be under dodge automobiles
The M1895 Colt-Browning, also known as the "potato digger", was the first belt fed machine gun to enter production.
Yes , the 1.5 liter 4 cylinder engine in a 1992 Dodge Colt is an interference engine according to the Gates website ( they make timing belts etc. )