This service is based on milage found in the vehicles maintanance manual that came with the vehicle. That is the only sign you need. All other signs would be an indication that you are too late. (like loud crunching noises as you engine pistons bash against the valves) This is one preventitive maintanance issue you do not want to put off.
I know of no vehicle where the engine has to be removed to change a timing belt.
The timing belt should be replaced every 100,000 miles.
Remove the timing belt cover and inspect the belt or change it every 90K miles.
Just really want to know the timing belt settings please?
Details on how to change a timing belt on a 97 XL ford pickup. Details on how to know which marks are the correct marks to follow while changing the belt.
the timing belt needs to be replaced every 100,000 KM. I would change it a little prior to that. If it breaks, you can bend your valves.
i dont know,it doesnt have marks on it
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.
i really really dont know
Need to know what engine and year. Most engines before 1997 in a F150 do not have a timing belt, they have a chain.
I want to know how to change the timing belt in a 2002 Toyota Sequoia, and do I need any special tool's (other than mechanic's tool's) Thank You for your help!!
Timing belts are changed at a set mileage which is listed in your owners manual. The belt may look good and be ready to break. Change it when that manufacture tells you to change it.
It does not have a timing belt it has a chain
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?
dont know if this helps but i have a 2000 sephia and just had timing belt changed yesterday. on the 2000 they change the water pump with the belt. cost us four fifty for both. dont know if this helps but i have a 2000 sephia and just had timing belt changed yesterday. on the 2000 they change the water pump with the belt. cost us four fifty for both.
Common signs are: Hesitation, poor running, valve clatter, and loss of power. A broken timing belt or timing chain can cause an engine to stop running or cause the valves to crash to the pistons.
I know that the 4.0 L - SOHC - V6 engine has 3 timing CHAINS
The 1997 Buick Park Avenue does not have a timing belt. It has a timing chain.
If the timing belt is broken the vehicle will not start.
Give more info., did previous timing belt fail?
When it breaks! You won't know until it breaks but you should inspect it and change it at the recommended interval
ask your engine see what it says
about 3 hours if you know what you are doing
It is important to know when to replace the parts within a vehicle. The timing belt on this car should be changed close to every 100,000 miles.?æ
If you can drive the car, the timing belt isn't broken. An engine will not start or run with a broken cam belt.