Sounds like misalignment if it is stripping the belt. Check the alignment of the pullies and sprockets and make sure they are all turning properly, that they are not warped and there are no foreign material in the grooves. I had a similar problem with the tensioner throwing belts (serpentine) on my 92. It could just be a bad tensioner as well. If you took it somewhere to get repaired, I would notify them of the issue as most repair work is covered for a certain amount of time. If you did the job yourself, make sure it was all torqued to specifications and recheck your reassembly as well as the above suggestions. Good luck!
You remove the two bolts from the bottom.
If you checked the belt and you think it is loose ,change it. It has a tensioner built in that sets the tension when the belt is installed.
rebuild it or replace it. there are no tricks to unseize a turbo
get the manual!
If it has a serpentine belt should be done by tensioner unless it is defective
Chrysler's Eagle Vision sports sedan shipped with either a timing belt or chain, depending on the engine installed in the vehicle. The 3.5 liter engine uses a belt, while the smaller 3.3 liter engine contains a timing chain.
3.3L has a chain. 3.5L has a belt.
It is adjusted through the computer. You can not adjust it yourself
It would be best if you let a pro install it as every crank has to be lined up for proper timing.
right below ur timing belt
On a 95 Eagle Vision Tsi (I am unsure of the difference between esi and tsi) the water pump is located behind the timing belt cover and is driven off the timing belt.
Begin by removing all of the pulleys from the front of the engine. Remove the front engine cover. Remove the timing belt. Reverse the process to install the new timing belt.
the water pump is located under the timing belt cover. in order to replace it you need to remove the timing belt, i would recommend doing the timing belt while your in there too.
It's run by the timing belt near the bottom of the engine. (Passenger side of engine). So you need to remove the timing belt cover to get at it.
Get the Haynes manual for the vehicle. It goes step by step. Used it for mine.
Very carefully, better to let a pro handle it as all the timing marks have to line up, oil pump, cams, crank, etc.
For the Eagle Vision TSi trim-code, which always shipped with a 3.5 liter engine (the ESi could have either a 3.3 or 3.5), the water pump is located behind the stamped timing belt cover, so normally you can't see it. To access the pump, you'll need to remove the timing belt covers (there are two pieces) and then remove the timing belt.
The crank positioning sensor is located on the opposite side of the block as the timing belt.
No , it is not an interference engine ( according to the Gates website , they make timing belts etc . )
No , according to the Gates website ( they make timing belts etcetera ) the 2.0 liter four cylinder engine in a 1995 Eagle Talon ( IS AN INTERFERENCE ENGINE )
3.5 L engine-- The water pump is located behind the stamped timing belt cover, so normally you can't see it. To access the pump, you'll need to remove the timing belt covers (there are two pieces) and then remove the timing belt.
You should be able to find a shop manual at your local library with the right info...make copies as they are usually only in the REFERENCE section....good luck:) If it is a non-turbo, it is not necessary to check the ignition timing. The crankshaft position is detected directly and the timing is controlled electronically.
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i think its just in front of cylinder #2 sticking out of the aluminum part, right above the timing belt relay
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