Question about 1997 Chevrolet Monte Carlo
Well i had the non interference 1995 engine , the only one like it's kind .. luckily . everything went good for me i spent a total of 450$ on parts and did it all my self except i took the oil filled tensioner to a shop and had them prepare it to install other than that i did it myself . successsssssssss.. saved 1100$ on labour , it took me a few days on and off working in my spare time
Posted on Nov 17, 2009
Lol go to the garage lol if u blow a timing belt 90 percent of the time ur motors no more good i have the same car if its a 3.4 and thats what happened to me and i hade to pull the motor out of it and order in a new one and i just put that in it caused me 1500 bucks but it was worth it the are a good car when u know there runing right
Posted on Oct 22, 2008
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