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I need a video to show me how to reset the timing after the engine belt broke in a 2004 chrysler pacifica 3.5

I only would like a video that applys to this vehicle and not just in general, 2004 Chrysler Pacifica 3.5

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Might try You Tube.

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    You might try using Google with specific terms like your Year and Model and engine and the timing procedure. Several mechanics provide Videos online. I see you are listed in the Ford Focus area instead of the Chrysler area. As many Experts filter Brands of cars, some Chrysler Experts may miss your posting.



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SOURCE: timing belt broke does that mean the engine is

The timing belt can be fixed, engine is not junk because of that.

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SOURCE: timing belt replace escort 2000 engine

Don't know what answer your looking for !

I would ask -- why did the belt break,I change them
every 6 years & inspect a couple times a year

You remove the belt & debris from it,replace the
broken cover if necessary, with a used one, & replace
any damaged sensor & repair any wiring

If you never work on your own vehicles,then we can't
direct a repair shop as to how to do what they choose to do

If you need to do a timing belt, then you watch a You Tube
Video about that, on your specific car & the diagram should
be on the belt sleeve, if you get a gates or quality belt

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