There are too many to list. As a rule of thumb, belts are used more often on OHC engines, and rarely on OHV engines. But chains are used on OHC engines, even engines that once used belts. The Honda 2.2 4 cylinder is an example. It used a belt up to 2002. After that is uses a chain. But Every manufacture uses chains and belts. Do you have a particular engine in mind? the 2009 Satun Aura XE
Any that do not use a timing belt use a timing chain.
All sienna 2008 or older have timing belts. It easy to tell look at you sienna and see if there a timing belt cover. that covers the cylinder head. All vehicles that use timing chains are enclosed and not cover is showned. Since the timing chain is always be lubericate by the engine oil all the time. That's why it not exposed.
You do not need to change a timing chain as a general maintenance item, unlike a timing belt. Generally timing chains are only changed on very high-mileage motors if they are being rebuilt or refreshed. In most cases by the time the engine is due for a timing chain change, it could use a rebuild anyway. B. Some cars have timing belts. Timing belts and chains need to be replaced at the first sign of damage. If the chains are not replaced, the engine will come to a grinding halt and suffer severe damage.
The 350Z uses 3 chains , No timing belt. Most nissans use a chain .
Yes, vehicles that use a chain or gears instead of a belt.
All GM OHV truck engines continue to use timing chains. The 2.2 truck engine (not ecotec) also uses a chain.
Both engines (US Models) use timing chains. Upper and lower chains in the GA16DE (1.6 liter engine) and a single chain the the SR20DE (2.0 liter engine).
Taurus engines do not use timing belts - they're equipped with timing chains.Unlike when dealing with belts that require routine replacement, timing chains do not require any regular attention.See "Related Questions" below for more
Timing chains are not like timing belts, they do not need to be changed. They are designed to last the life of the engine under normal use.
The Ford 4.0 L - SOHC - V6 engine has ( 3 ) timing chains
On a 1997 Ford Explorer : All 3 of the engines offered from the factory use a timing CHAIN or CHAINS The 4.0 liter . EFI , V6 engine has ( 1 timing CHAIN ) The 4.0 liter , SOHC , V6 engine has ( 3 timing CHAINS ) The 5.0 liter V8 engine has ( 1 timing CHAIN )
All Hyundai Elantras from 1993 to 2008 use a timing belt instead of a chain as some vehicles do.
Ususally push rod style engines do not use timing belts. Even some modern OHC engines do not use timing belts but instead use a timing chain. An example is the 2003 & up Honda 4 cylinder.
A Chevy Cobalt has a timing belt which connects the camshaft and crankshaft. Older model cars often use less effective timing chains.
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The model of the vehcile would have to be known. Some use timing belts which usually call for changing at about 100,00 to 105,000 miles and some use timing chains which 'never' need replacement.
Timing chains have an automatic tensioner. If it is loose enough to skip timing or makes a noticeable noise you are probably going to have to replace it. Even chains stretch with use. By the way, changing a timing chain is not all that difficult but, if you don't know what you are doing you can completely destroy an engines valve train if it is not done properly.
Timing chains will normally last the life of the engine and are replaced during a complete engine rebuild.
The Taurus / Sables are equipped with a timing chain. No scheduled replacement is necessary. The only 3.0 Ford Taurus that had a belt was the SHO model, which had a Yamaha built 3.0 V6. You do not need to change a timing chain as a general maintenance item, unlike a timing belt. Generally timing chains are only changed on very high-mileage motors if they are being rebuilt or refreshed. In most cases by the time the engine is due for a timing chain change, it could use a rebuild anyway. Some cars have timing belts. Timing belts and chains need to be replaced at the first sign of damage. If the chains are not replaced, the engine will come to a grinding halt and suffer severe damage. Chain The 3.0 liter engine codes (1)or (u) and 3.8 liter engine code (4) engines use a timing chain.The Taurus SHO engines code(y) and code (p) use a timing belt.The engine code is the 8th digit in your serial number,count from front of the number. Replacement of timing chains is not a regular maintenance operation. If there is no specific problem, leave it be. Your Taurus has a timing chain and so do all others except the Taurus SHO. Never, as it does not have a belt, it has a chain. The 3.0 liter - OHV - Vulcan V6 engine has a timing CHAIN It has a timing chain. If you have a 4 cylinder engine, or a 3.8l V-6, you have a timing chain. If you have a 3.0 or 3.2L V-6 also called a SHO engine, you have a timing belt.
I believe this is not relevant as the 2.5L engines use timing chains and not timing belts. No required maintenance- no belt to break.
I believe the 2.3 L - DOHC engine in the 2004 Ford Ranger has a timing CHAIN instead of a timing belt , the 3.0 L and 4.0 L use timing chains
There is no timing belt on either the 3.8 or the 4.6 litre. They both use timing chains. The 4.6 litre uses (2) timing chains and is very challenging to install. You need a manual to do this correctly. The 3.8 use's a single chain. It will take about (4) hours to replace the timing chain and again you need a manual to reference this procedure and other specifications.
2006 freestyle v6 3.0 ======================================================= That would depend on the model , model year and engine size for the Ford Some have timing BELTS and some have ( 1 , 2 , or 3 timing CHAINS )
Timing chain - all E36 and E46 models use a timing chain. BMW timing chains are engineered to last the life of the engine.