Question about 2004 Mazda 6
I had my car tested to see what was wrong with it and they said it was the timing chain. It is off and they would have to take some of my engine apart and set it right. They gave me a price of $820. I don't need any parts replaced or anything like that, just labor. I rather fix it myself and have someone help me, But I need the repair manual. Do you know a site where I can print one off?
I'm trying to tune up my 2004 mazda 6 with a 3.0L engine. How do you get to the rear plugs?
Posted on Dec 18, 2008
Bro, you don't need a manual to do this. Just open the front end cover of your engine and check the timing marks of the gears that are engaged on the chain. First thing you do is put piston no.1 in TDC (Top Dead Center) then, observe the alignment of the timing markers if they are off set, then losen the tention that is on the chain then re-position the engagement to set it on the correct timing alignment.
Reassemble back the cover then restart your car. There are still a lot of things that you hae to do but , what I have just written you is my opinion on what you can do without using the manual. By the way, I am a mechanic for 22 years.
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