Question about Suzuki Cars & Trucks
PointsProblem with Suzuki Cars & Trucks SV650S Chain tension varys as wheel is turned, it is not the chain, that is new as are both sprockets cliff try the motorcycle forum, this is cars/trucks.
Posted on Nov 26, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Ok, first off you need to take your vehicle to a Nissan dealer for a second opinion. Its not at all common to need a T-chain @ 58,000 miles unless you dont take care of your car and or you beating the snot out of it like it was stolen. What is the symptom? What caused it? When did it start? Second, this is not something an amature could/should do as it is very involved and there are alot of things you could potentially mess up. Third a new engine(long block), parts alone would run approx. 6-8 thousand dollars. A used engine could be an option and could run approx.1500-2500 dollars depending on mileage. Hope this helps and good luck.
Posted on Sep 16, 2008
SOURCE: timing belt or timing chain?
You 98 Corolla has a timing chain that it internal and need no normal maintenance. It uses a hydraulic/spring tensioner to keep things tight and as long as its quiet, everything is fine.
Your drive belt (not to be confused with a t. belt) is the external belt you see on the passenger side of the engine. It drives you alt, water pump, A/C and power steering. It uses a spring loaded tensioner to keep the belt tight. These can weaken over time and cause a rattle noise and belt slippage.
Posted on May 19, 2009
There should be plated links on those chains too. There is an index dot in both cams on each head that set at the twelve o'clock position.
Posted on Jun 09, 2009
if you use a torch you can see it down on the bottom. you need to use a long screwdriver to push on the lever, then lift the cam gear back on to the head.
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
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