Haven't found anything on the subject on the web at large, but I needed to work on my '94, so I bought a service manual. Timing belt isn't too complicated to change, just carefully remove the belts and water pump pulley, then you should be able to see the cover. Take off the four small bolts from the front of the harmonic balancer and remove the pulley portion. You don't have to remove the crank bolt, unless you decide to renew the crank front seal at the same time-if so be prepared for a tough fight. (there is an article on that subject out there) Now you can take off the timing belt cover, see the adjuster and so on. Notice that the water pump drive is outside the timing cover but a substantial portion of the pump is inside - good time to change that item also. When you go for the new belt, be sure to take along the old one - there are two styles used, not interchangeable. Putting on the new belt is a challenge - be sure that the crank mark (over the keyway) is lined up with the arrow on the block above, and the cam pulley mark (hole with dash marks either side) is on top, dead center. The new belt will be tight when you put it around the outside of the belt pulleys and inside of the adjuster - be prepared to wrestle for a while. Important! Don't stretch the belt with any prying tools - it breaks the internal reinforcement. Good Luck
IT don't have a timing belt to change.
Chevy Metro 2001 (1.3 L) has a timing belt - hard driving conditions require its replacement at 60,000 miles, otherwise the timing belt replacement is scheduled for 100,000 miles.
It is depended on the information of your Kia
there is no timing belt it has a timing chain
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Generally you need to change timing belt around 60-70K miles. Timing belt change cost around $400-450.
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There is no belt to change; it uses an internal timing chain.
I know of no vehicle where the engine has to be removed to change a timing belt.
Change the timing belt every 100,000 miles.
there is no timing belt. auroras use a chain.
Not unless they are damaged or faulty.
Which belt? Fan belt or timing belt? Or is it the a/c belt? The timing belt is the hardest. Let me know and I'll be able to help you. Lee Duncan email@example.com
It does not have a timing belt, It has a chain and gears.
It doesn't have a timing belt.
timing belt change 2008 civic
the 2001 does not have a timing belt,instead a timing chain,which does not required replacement as often as belt
It will cost approximately 500 to 600 dollars to change a timing belt. The exact cost to change the timing belt is dependent upon the make and model of the vehicle.
You have a timing chain not a timing belt.