it does not have a timing belt, it is a chain drive which should be good for the life of the car
this engine has a belt drive timing system
If you can check into Gold Coast Rovers (XKSUnlimited) they have a diagrahm on the belt page for all Rovers.
This car doesn't have a serpentine belt. It has 2 drive belts.
Insert a socket or wrench on the spring-loaded serpentine belt tensioner then pull back; the belt will loosen.
The powersteering pump is driven by the serpentine belt. There is only the one belt to drive everything
No, but have you ever seen a motorcycle that used a drive belt rather than a chain. Well the belt look just like your timing belt.
I have no listing for a Land Rover Range Rover. Are you sure it has a timing belt an does not have a chain?
Can you see a picture of how the belt look on... WHAT?
alternator drive belt?
at land rover shop
To change a power steering belt on a Rover 214, unbolt the power steering pump and pry the belt off the pulley. Replace with another steering belt and reinstall the steering pump.
A picture diagram of the drive belt routing is suppose to be on either the underside of the hood, close to the latch assemble or on the radiator support panel. also it as the same routing as a Toyota Corolla 1.6 liter 1987-1992.
The serpentine belt would be the same as the accessory drive belt.
NO. Drive belts drive the AC, Power Steering, Alternator, Waterpump, exe. Cam belt=timing belt.
Accessory drive belt.Accessory drive belt.
i found a picture of mine from looking up a picture for the alternator. try looking up other parts that belong on the belt path. waterpump, powersteering.. etc.
how often do i have to change the timing belt on my rover400
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i have a rover 75, 1.8. it has about 26,000 miles on clock. when does my timing belt need changing