Question about 1998 Dodge Caravan
You have to remove drive belts the righr motor mount timing cover be sure to set timing marks up with marks on heads for cams this will make going back together easier next on some you can use the bolt on tensioner pulley to unload hydraulic end set ratchet to tighten when you get the tensioner down be sure to pin it wit a drill bvit or somtjing that will fit tjrough holes in body and rod of tensioner remove timing belt then remove water pump then go in reverse order but when timing belt is back on turn motor around to be sure the timing marks line up the crank gear should have a notch that lines up with mark on block if its not perfecrly in time it wont run correctly and cause even more concerns use a naw timing belt they are usually only good for so many miles might as well replace it while your there
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
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