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wow no easy job ,really ,below is the setting for belt timing ,go to autozone libairy for full details ,no bs theres a lot to it good luck. or you can buy a manual that would be easer to keep going back to time and time again ,

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YOU CAN REPLACE THE TIMING CHAIN AND GEARS, OR CHANGE ENGINES! CHECK THE PRICE OF THE TIMING CHAIN AND GEARS, AND GASKETS! THEN COMPARE TO COST TO CHANGING THE ENGINE!

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Should I change the timing belt on my 05 aveo at 60000 miles like recommended?


Absolutely !! That motor is probably an interference motor, meaning the valves must be closed when the piston is up or they will interfere with each other and break something - or several somethings!! I have repaired cylinder heads from interference motors that had a timing belt break - it cost 3 times the rebuild cost due to the extensive damage done when the timing belt broke. It would be considerably cheaper to have the belt changed than to have the head repaired or replaced, as modern heads are thin walled - they will break before older heads would. It could also damage a piston and,as you have hypereutectic pistons balanced by weight ( must be within a couple grams of each other ) 1 piston cannot be changed - they ALL have to be changed, an expensive oops for sure!!!

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When do you change the timing belt? Mine has 104,000 miles


It depends on which type of motor you have; if it is an interference motor, it should be changed every 60,000 to 70,000 miles. You can write down your vin # and call the dealer to find out. You may also consider changing the water pump if it's driven by the timing belt, as the belt has to be removed for the changeover.

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Should be on your 2nd timing belt. If you have the 4cyl engine there is a balance belt that needs to be changed also. Mitsubishi recomends replacement at every 60,000 miles, your 10k over. Most of the time these motors are not interferance engines, But I have seen a few that broke a belt at high rpm that did bent valves......

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How often to change timeing belt/chain on 1992 pontiac bonneville v6 3.8 engine


Usualy the only time you would change the belt/chain is when the timing is off.. If you want to get changed it would not hurt things. The more new parts you have the better it runs. If it has never been changed on a vehicle that old and you have the money go ahead.. Hope that helps..

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That depends on if the front motor mount is blocking half of the timing belt . Then you have to have the motor lifted out to change the timing belt . Now that just added at least another 2 hours to the labour hours. In all honesty, now you are looking at a 4 to 6 hours of total work . Now , do you know if it is a timing belt or a timing chain. Timing belt, yes will take about 4 to 6 hours , but a timing chain will take over 8 hours because it is inside the motor.

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Changing a timing belt on a 2001 Honda Accord


All of your fan belts needs to be taken off because the timing belt is located beneath the crankshaft pulley. There is a possibility that you may need to lift the motor off its motor mounts to gain access to the timing belt. Remember, the timing belt can't be seen from the outside.

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