The best place to find a diagram of timing chain and gear alignment would be at a Mercedes dealer. Dealers keep many manuals and periodicals listing all the thousands of parts of their vehicles.
That would be a timing chain for this car.
It Would Have A Chain. Best To You
You would find that info in a shop repair manual for that vehicle.
That would have a timing chain.
Timing chain. If it had a belt you would see the replacement interval in your manual.
It has a chain and gears. NO BELT. There would be no reason to fool with the timing chain and gears on that year engine. The chain and gears would out last the engine.
Timing belt or chain may be bad.
Generally a timing chain is good for the life of the engine, so myth.Generally a timing chain is good for the life of the engine, so myth.
Your timing chain may be worn to the point it is jumping a tooth and thus changing the timing. If you can hear the chain that is a good sign it is worn. I would inspect the timing chain.
it has both chain and gears
Would have to change pulleys for sprockets
i have a 51 plate 2.2 cdx vertra i would like to know how to set the timing chain
The 1996 Toyota Tacoma does not have a timing chain. It has a timing belt. It will cost approximately $600 to change the timing belt.
That would depend on the engine choice of the 2007 Highlander. The 4 cylinder model has a maintenance-free timing chain while the V6 model has a timing belt. The redesigned 2008s all have a timing chain however.
First I dont think nissan sentra has a timing belt, I think it has a timing chain. I would go to www.TimingChainOrBelt.comto find out if it has a timing belt or chain.Are timing belts or chains better? I would say timing chains last longer.www.TimingChainOrBelt.com
If your vehicle is at least 60,000 miles it is recommended you replace the timing chain. If your timing chain broke, your engine would NOT run because the timing chain is what rotates your engines camshafts to open and close the valves. Also, you would have some serious engine damage if you were driving and your engine suddenly just quit and it happened to be your timing chain. There really is no way to "check" a timing chain as it's hidden behind the belt area of the engine (if I'm not mistaken). If you're going to go through the labor of "checking" a timing chain, you might as well replace it, as the average timing chain job costs about $220, $200 of that being the labor.
A 1998 Chrysler Town and Country would have a 3.8L V6. That engine has a timing chain not a belt.A 1998 Chrysler Town and Country would have a 3.8L V6. That engine has a timing chain not a belt.
No. A worn timing chain or belt would cause timing to jump.
That would have a chain.
It has a timing chain. The timing chain is on the front of the engine. But before messing with it ,I would have the timing check first. You may have something else wrong,like a sensor or a vaccum leak.
That engine doe's not have a timing BELT. It has a timing chain and gears. The chain and gears are about $60.00 the gasket is about $12.00 and the Labor would run about $150.00.
2004 Toyota Sequoia has a timing CHAIN, not belt, so I would assume that an '03 also has a chain.
A timing chain, that needs to be replaced, can cause your engine to run rough and lose power. A broken timing chain can cause significant engine damage.
It is a chain in a 93, I would think it would be in a 92 as well.