Question about 1999 Chevrolet Lumina
Well Melissa the timing belt is on the front of the engine behind the timing belt cover ! If you look where the alternator is you will see the serpentine belt, It turns the alternator an power steering pump an water pump . This serpentine belt has a spring loaded tensioner to keep it tight . This belt has to come off as well as the alternator an the timing cover to get at the timing belt ! The crankshaft has marks on it as does the cam shaft sprocket , these marks have to be at a certain spot it to be in time ! Did your timing belt wear out ?
Posted on Apr 09, 2015
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