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You'll have to remove the serpentine belt via the tensioner pulley (usually taken off with a socket and a long breaker bar, make sure to push in the direction that would make the belt go lose then slip it off) then get a pulley puller (looks like a Y with another line going between the two upward lines, each area has an oval shaped hole in which to pun bolts to secure to the crank pulley, and one hold in the middle to feed the bolt that actually pulls the pulley off...have I said pull and pulley enough yet?) then there will be a cover underneath it that youll take off, there will be the timing chain. you should be able to remove one of the gears that go on the crankshaft or camshaft to get the chain off (its too tight and rigid to get off any other way) then slip the gear back on without a chain, and rotate both gears until two notches on the face of the gears line up. there should only be one notch on each gear. then take the gear off again, put on the new chain, bolt on the gear you took off to take off the old chain, bolt on the cover, press on the crankshaft pulley (requires specific tool) then put the serpentine belt back on (making sure it is fed through the accessories correctly such as the ac compressor, alternator, power steering pump, etc.) then use the tensioner pulley to fit the belt back on, pack up your tools, and call it a good days work.
Posted on Oct 27, 2012
Show me a diagram of the b14 timing setup chain and cam gear
Posted on Jan 20, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: My Nissan Sentra Super Saloon
Just recently the Tachometer of My Nissan Sentra Super Saloon 1997 Model soar to 4,000 rpm and it suddenly stop. What should i do with this?
Posted on Dec 04, 2010
SOURCE: idling problem on nissan sentra
idling controller sir .
The idle air control motor is just beneath the throttle housing and is controlled by the fuel injection computer.
Things that can cause a rough idle and stalling can be vacuum leaks
Posted on Jun 24, 2011
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