There is not set mileage to change the chain. It should last the life of the engine.
i had mine changed in Jan 2011 mileage 48000
Bleed the brakes. It sounds like you have air in the system.
no belt chain
How often brakes should be changed depends on the type of brakes in the vehicle and the use of the bakes in the vehicle. However, the general rule is every 10,000 miles.
yes your transmission fluid should be changed and should be changed every 80,000kms
The mileage that a v6 Honda Accord will need to get its timing belt changed is between 90,000-100,000. However, some mechanics recommend 80,000-90,000 miles.
Should be changed every 60,000.
You should bring your car in to a shop or a place like auto zone etc. They will inform you on the condition of your brakes and when they need to be changed out.
There are many brands of brakes for automobiles. The best brand for your vehicle is actually relative to a few things such as age of the vehicle, amount of mileage and frequency of use. Price is always a consideration as is durability.
When the brake pads are worn the rivets will actually touch the brake rotor when the brakes are applied. The brakes should be changed immediately.
There is no 'set' answer for this question. Be aware that there are built-in warning devices on the brakes. When the pads are low you will begin hear a screeching sound whenever you apply the brakes. When you start hearing that sound consistently - it is time.
Depends on how many stops you make each year. There is no set time or mileage. You inspect them periodically and replace as necessary.
54 000 miles or 54 months, which comes first.
There is no set mielage. It depends on the manufacturers recommendations and the conditions under which the engine is working
Generally for any car, the manufacturers recommend that a timing belt be changed every 60,000 to 80,000 miles.
For best performance and mileage you should use the same plug that the manufacture intended for it and that is AC Delco. The parts house will tell you the proper gap.
The 2003 Chevrolet Impala has a timing chain, and it's typically changed during an engine overhaul, or if it experiences a failure. This car gets 17 mpg in the city, and 27 mpg on the highway.
They should all impala's from 2000-2011 have the same bolt pattern 5x115
You cannot know by looking at it. This is why the belt is changed at a set mileage as listed in your owners manual. You change it when your vehicle reaches that mileage. You did not list make, model, & year so I cannot tell you the mileage at which it should be changed. Warning: If your engine is an interference engine and the belt breaks you will have serious engine damage.