timing chain is inside the timing chain cover which is located between block and water pump. the water pump mounts to the front of timing case There is a cover that is behind the water pump... The timing chain is under that cover.
next to the timing chain you will find it in the cover on front of engine where the water pump is mounted they call it the timing chain cover you will have to remove this cover to get at it
It can get in through the timing cover. That does car does not have a "timing belt" cover, but it has a "timing chain cover." There is a BIG difference, as a timing belt cover does not have coolant and oil running through it, but a timing chain cover does have both coolant and oil running through it.
Timing chain cover is where the water pump hooks to on the very front of the engine block.
The time chain is located under the timing chain cover, which is behind the fan and under the water pump.
timing chain cover
Behind the timing cover, which is the large aluminium part that cover the front of the engine. The water pump, bolts to the center of the timing cover.
it is under the timing chain cover located to left of the water pump if you are facing the engine. locate you fan and your fan is coming directly out of your timing chain cover if you have a 4.3.
Look down between the water pump and the timing chain cover and you will see it.
A Dodge Durango does not have a timing belt. It has timing chain. If the timing cover chain gasket is leaking it is normal to change it while changing the water pump.
Check to be sure it isn't the water pump.
The timing chain is behind the timing cover which is behind the water pump. To get at it, you'll need to remove everything in front of the cover and loosen the oil pan a little.
Yes, along with the belts, intake, crank pulley, timing chain cover, timing chain, and chain guides.
The timing chain can not be repaired, it must be replaced. To do this you must disassemble the front of the engine. The fan, belt, dampener, water pump and timing chain cover must be removed to gain access to the chain.
Yes, if there is internal leak.
The water pump is located on inside of the timing cover. It is driven by the timing chain.
if the timing chain and tensioners are worn out the chain will wear a hole in the timing cover and the oil will get into the water jacket and the antifreeze will get into the oil high time to fix it
It is on the front of the engine . The water pump bolts to it.
No the timing chain or belt is located inside the cover on the housing of the engine, look for the bottom radiator hose it will lead you to the water pump.
what size motor 2.4, 2.7 or 3.0. If it is the 2.7, the water pump is behind the timing chain cover and is driven by the timing chain, about 12 or more hours to change.
Drain coolant from petcock valve on pass. side of radiator. Remove serp. belt. In between the V of timing chain cover is water pump. Four blots hold it on. may stick because of o-ring seal DO NOT pry on timing chain cover. Drain coolant from petcock valve on pass. side of radiator. Remove serp. belt. In between the V of timing chain cover is water pump. Four blots hold it on. may stick because of o-ring seal DO NOT pry on timing chain cover.
no you do not have to change the timing chain when changing the water pump.
you have to take the fan off the water pump then remove the water pump and you will see the timing belt cover it looks kind of like and oval shape you have to remove that cover and there youll have it A 95 Chevy has a timing chain not belt!
To change a Vauxhall Corsa timing change you need to first remove the rocker cover, the alternator tensioner, heat shield, water pump, engine mount, and crankshaft pulley. Now that you have found the timing change, unscrew the timing chain guides, remove old chain, and replace with new chain.
you have to pull the timing chain cover off which includes the harmonic balancer loosen the timing chain then once you have done all that you can un-bolt the water pump from the mtor and the timing chain housing and it should slide right out be sure to mark your valve gears and your crnk so you don't loose your timing marks