most people who have had to do cylinder head work and motor repair(pistons with holes) recommend 45K on models that the dealer/amnufacturer says 60K so...just change at 60K and avoid the whole mess... :)
Camshaft will be broken and inlet/outlet valves will be damaged. engin must be rebuilt or replaced.
I just replaced mine at about 95,000 miles.
The door lock, on your 1999 Mercury cougar, can be replaced by removing the inside door panel. The locking mechanism is easily visible and can be changed.
on average, no later than every 60,000 miles. I've got a 2.0 HDi and that's what it is for mine, yours should be about the same
Timing chains will normally last the life of the engine and are replaced during a complete engine rebuild.
around 60 000 miles or less, its up to you, could be costly if you dont change it
72000 miles was what the chap at Honda told me
about every 60.000, i just done 78,000 on mine but its usually the tensioners or pulleys that collapse
The power window regulator is defective. It is a plastic tape that can be easily replaced.
If you find out, let me know. I was lucky enough to get the old one out, and then installed a rubber expansion plug. It seems to be working...for now. Good luck.
Your 1999 Chevy blazer doesn't have a timing belt.
This is like asking "when should I have the cylinders reground or the oil pump replaced. A timing chain is not like a timing belt in that it is not subject to 80,000 mile replacement. So, keep your oil changed every 3000 miles and drive on.Good luck !!!
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This is probably due to a faulty relay switch. The switch needs to be replaced so it will blink in the right timing.
Petrol engines Kia recommend up to 1999 replace every 60,000 miles from 1999 replace every 54,000 miles or every 6 years whichever occurs first.
no, the bearing usally go out on them. i just replaced the 1 on mine.
Coolant is typically changed every 30,000 - 50,000 miles.
No. The body changed after 2000.No. The body changed after 2000.
ive just got one for a 1.4 16v and it cost me £20.00 but i was quoted £28.00 from another place
The 800cc engines are NOT non interference engines. I recently bought a matiz with a snapped cambelt. After reading online that it was a safe engine I simply reset the timing and fitted a new cambelt. The car seemed to run fine so I thought I was in the clear. 12 miles later one of the valves snapped and killed the engine, lots! I stripped the engine down after I'd removed it from the car and found that 5 out of 6 valves were bent.
There is no fixing it, it must be replaced.