Question about 2002 Nissan Xterra
Dealer says. 71,000 miles, extended warrenty told will not cover. I'm a shade tree machanic with more time than money.
No way I can guide you through a belt replacement without re-writing a manual. If you've ever done a chain before, its the same stuff, just a belt instead of chain. Make sure tension is correct and that timing (index) marks on cam & crank pulleys are aligned properly. If you find any oil leaks in there, fix them before replacing belt. Get a manual... The job itself isn't that difficult, but is time consuming.
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