Question about 1996 Toyota Corolla
To do this, you have to clear the access. First remove all the accessory belts - alternator, a/c, p/s. Then unfasten the right front engine mount from the inside fender. The a/c lines need to be unfastened from the top of the engine mount first. Support the engine with a jack under the oil pan before you loosen the engine mount bolts. With everything off, the timing belt cover can come off and you can remove and replace the timing belt.
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Posted on Aug 30, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2000 vw jetta
Use this link . It will tell you where the marks are for your jetta.
Posted on Apr 05, 2009
The reason the service writers always recommend that the water pump be changed along with the timing belt and cam and crank seals, is that they are all located together, and it takes a long time (which you pay for) to take everything off to get to the area, so you may as well replace the other things which will go out soon with that high of a mileage anyway. Altogether, it runs between $500-$700, but it should last you another 100,000 miles. Your serpentine belt should cost about $130 parts and labor. If you are in doubt or the dealership has a bad reputation, have it towed somewhere else. Any time you have doubts, cal the BBB in your area and ask questions.
Posted on Aug 04, 2009
It is recommended that the timing belt be replaced periodically to
assure correct engine performance. Because of their composition, timing
belts wear over a period of time and mileage. To avoid vehicle break
down and possible engine damage, the manufacturer recommends timing
belt replacement at 60,000 miles.
REMOVAL & INSTALLATION1.8L Engine
See Figures 1, 2 and 3
Fig. 1: Silent shaft belt timing marks-1.8L engine
Fig. 2: Checking the silent shafts for proper positioning
Fig. 3: Timing belt timing mark alignment-1.8L engine
See Figures 4, 5, 6 and 7
Fig. 4: Exploded view of the timing belt and sprockets-1990-94 2.0L engines
Fig. 5: Align the camshaft sprocket so marks face each other and are in alignment with the top surface of the cylinder head-1990-94 2.0L engine
Fig. 6: Align the crankshaft timing mark and the oil pump sprocket timing mark-1990-94 2.0L engine
Fig. 7: Timing marks in alignment-1990-94 2.0L engine
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
THIS CAR USES WHAT IS CALLED AN INTERFERENCE ENGINE, THIS MEANS IF THE BElT BROKE WHILE DRIVING YOU HAVE BENT THE INTAKE AND EXHAUST VALVES, VERY REARELY THIS DOESN'T HAPPEN SO PUT A NEW BLET ON AND CHECK THE COMPRESSION, IF U HAVE NO COMPRESSION OR LOW YOU WILL NEED TO HAVE THE CYLINDER HEAD REMOVED AND THE VALVES REPLACED, U MAY ALSO HAVE BROKEN A PISTON CROWN AS WELL, THE NORMAL CHANGE INTERVAL FIOR THE TIMING BLET IS 120,000 MILES, SO IF IT BROKE BEFORE THAT CONTACT CHRYSLER THEY MAY PROVIDE SOME ASSISTANCE WITH THE REPAIR COST.
Posted on Dec 21, 2009
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