When should the timing belts be changed on a 2001 Mitsubishi, Galant?
Probably due to slipping when they get wet. Your belts might need to be changed.
The Accord changed from a belt to chain in 2003. The Civic changed from belt to chain in 2006. Prior to that they all had belts.
After I had my belts replaced my a/c belt squealed the next day. But I returned to have it adjusted (mechanic said it probably would need it) and it's been fine since. Belts loosen up just a bit when new, I was told.
I can't really say for sure about a '98, but I have a 99, and you just loosen the bolts on the alternator, move it forward, and switch old and new belts. Push the alternator back (with a rod) and retighten the bolts.
Pacquioa has way to many championship belts for being a Mexican slave
There are two different belts a 96 SEPHIA requires. They are turned by a double pully wheel. The alternator and water pump belt is the rear one. The alternator adjusts with a 9 or 10 MM box wrench. The air and power steering is the front. It is adjusted with AC compressor.
every hundred thousand miles
Timing chains never need to be changed, only belts.
When we changed the belts on our '94 Grand Voyager the belts made the most awful sqealing noise. We "lubricated the belts with a drop of dawn dish soap and the sqealing went away. You can also try belt dressing. If that doesn't work... the people at Auto Zone are very helpful in explaining how to change the bearings youself.
I believe it was the first year of seat belts being standard equipment on the Thunderbird.
View your owner's manual for specifics on the mileage requirements for maintenance. My rule of thumb is to change the belts when you change your spark plug wires and your cap and rotor.
1) Car seats & seat belts.
Seat belts help to prevent front seat passengers and the driver from being flung through the windscreen in the event of a crash. Rear seat belts prevent passengers on the rear seats from being flung forwards and crashing into people on the front seats. They also prevent people being flung outside of the vehicle.
because cars in the old time were bad on road and did not have seat belts
wearing seat belts while driving!
Has a chain, it is designed for the life of the engine
ONE shop hour. I paid $80.00+ belts. Check shop rates.
The Rover v6 has 3 timing belts (cam belts) they must be changed every 90000kilometers, if the belts snap you will have to replace all 24 valves, Do not forget to replace the idler pulley as well.
It will depend on the style of karate being taught at your YMCA. They are not the same everywhere. The instructor will be able to provide you the requirements for the various belts.
Yes, it might be one of bearings. Before doing anything else trying to increase tension on the belts see if it helps.
Well I would guess that if it hasn't been changed yet, now's the time. But seriously Cam belts in general should be changed somewhere around 50,000 miles.
by a lot
They prevent you from being ejected from the vehicle.
There are "v" belts, "serpentine" belts and "timing" belts.