yes it is driven by the timing belt. you should mark the belt locations to the pullies with crayons on chalk prior to removal to ensure proper timing when reinstalling belt after pump replacement. if the belt is off by one tooth your car will run like sh*t.
not correct. the water pump is driven off the serpentine(NOT timing) belt, the same belt drives the compressor and Power Steering. timing belt is INSIDE the black plastic cover, water pump belt is OUTSIDE. there are no marks, they are not needed. but you do need a diagram, because it snakes around a lot.
timing marks on 2002 Mazda millennium 2.5 dohc
2.5L V-6 Mazda Millenia engine is a non-interference engine. If your timing belt pops, you will not damage your valves, like I did in my Diamante
There are four types of belts on a 1997 Mazda Millenia S. There are 4 seatbelts, a timing belt, a serpentine or drive belt, and a fan belt. Please refer to your owners manual for instructions on how to replace them. If you do not have an owners manual, you may purchase one through Amazon.com
does the car still run? When ours went out, we had to replace the timing belt.
In order to remove the water pump on a 2000 Mazda Millennia, you must first remove the timing belt and the pulley for the water pump. Remove the pump itself by detaching the four bolts that are securing it. Next, replace any gaskets, install the new pump, then the pulley, and then the timing belt.
take it to a shop its behind the timing belt cover you have to take every thing off the front of the engine including the motor mount!!!
2.5 hrs book to half a day-depends on shop. Many recommend replacing pensioner at the same time as well. 300-600.00/50.00-90.00 for belt.
i think you mean interference. it is NON interference. if the timing belt breaks, the valves dont hit the pistons
It should. It will also run hot. It depends on how it fails. If it locks up, the belt may smoke and burn off. If it leaks, it will loose all the coolant and run hot.
yes it is. WRONG, WRONG, WRONG. if the belt breaks, nothing hits. put on another belt(and all the other associated parts), time it, and go
timing belts are fairly easy to fix ,you need the # on the belt to get the right replacement ,go to an auto body shop,they know how to do this job.
powersteering belt off first, then water pump, each has its own ten.
This year Mazda protege does not have a serpentine belt. It has two belts, one for the alternator/water pump, and the other for the power steering and a/c.
Yess the mazda rx8 have a timing belt,
There is no fan belt on a Mazda Miata.
when do i change a cam belt on a mazda 2
The water pump is located behind the timing belt cover and is driven by the timing belt. You need to reove it to gain access to the water pump.
follow the belt, it's always on the belt, as is the water pump, air compressor, power steering.
Are you parked and just getting in ? Or do you mean already running. I can however tell you that it is NOT a timing belt. M
the millenia requires an oil and oil filter change every 7000 miles. Check and adjust the brakes every 25,000 miles. The belts including the timing belt require replacement every 60,000 miles (although I did my millenia L at 70,000). Be careful here since the S model has special needs with that supercharger. Change all the fluids at 100,000 miles as well as the distributor cap and rotor, plug wires and fuel filter (which is accessable from inside the trunk, strangely enough). at 120,000 replace the belts and timing belt again and the water pump and alternator.
The water pump is under the timing belt cover. To access the water pump, you must first remove both belts, the water pump pully, and the timing belt cover.
2001 Mazda MPV does not have a timing belt, it has two timing chains.
Mazda recommends that the belt be replaced every 105k.
The 1.8 litre four cylinder engine in a 1995 Mazda Miata has a timing BELT