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My girlfriends 2003 dodge stratus died suddenly. she tried to start it and it cranked over then stopped. good battery. what possible things should i check and start?`


Timing belt is most likely cause of sudden shut down. The Stratus has a noninterference engine so no damage occurs and the belt change is an easy fix.Open the area. Remove the belt tensioner at the 7 o'clock position compress it and put a pin in the small hole to hold it, Line up the timing marks put the new belt on and pull the pin. Some times it;s the bearing on the crank pulley that fails. If you change it be sure to put the flange to the front, thats what keeps the belt from coming off.

Nov 03, 2014 | 2003 Dodge Stratus

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Location and replacement of crank sensor on honda odyssey 1999


crank sensor is located to the upper right hand side of the crank pulley. you have to remove the pulley to access this. you can test it without removing the pulley though.

Nov 04, 2012 | 1999 Honda Odyssey

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How to change a timing belt


You may follow these steps:

1. Remove any shrouding in the wheel so that you can access the lower timing belt pulley and the crankshaft snout.

2. Locate the timing marks on the flywheel and cam, then you set them both to TDC. The flywheel pulley TDC mark is accessible through a hole in the bellhousing. The camshaft TDC is easy to locate, especially if you added some marks.

3. Support the engine with something like skyhook if you want to remove the rightside motor mount. Most belts are installed with a mount in the center, making them problematic when changing. You can now remove the motor mount temporarily.

4. Freeing up the belt tensioner pulley can release any belt tension.

5. Slip through the new belt into place and make sure that you are not disturbing the cam or crank pulleys, or else the engine will be out of time if changes and adjustments are made. Then check by slowly rotating the crank to two full turns with a socket on the crank snout.

Sep 12, 2012 | 1997 Buick Skylark

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I have a 2003 buick redevous 3.4 the tensionor went out and had to replace the idler pulleys,since i have done that my belt keeps tracking half way off the crank pulley any sugestions


This sounds like a bad crank pulley or the wrong pulley was installed or installed incorrect, you will need to remove the belt and check the alignment of the pulleys, check the tensioner also. most times a bad tensioner will cause this problem. the alignment will be of a little, it doesnt take much to have belt ride off the pulley, take a good look and double check pulleys that were replaced. good day.

Dec 10, 2011 | 2003 Buick Rendezvous

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1996 Honda Odyssey runs but not full power the codes for TDC senser came up .I erased the code and got a used distributer and still have same problem if i erase the code it comes back as soon as i turn it...


This sensor isn't related to the distributor!!More than like you have a faulty crank sensor. Its located within the lower timing belt cover, which will require crankshaft pulley removal.

May 27, 2011 | 1996 Honda Odyssey

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I have a 2003 Honda Odyssey with 20K miles. Some external belts are cracked and the dealership is recommending changing the timing belt, water pump, etc. Thoughts.


2003 ?? then yes its advisable to change the lot regardles of mileage ,the water pump iam not so sure about its just that its driven by the timing belt and if it goes wrong and leaks its big job to change ,but if vehicle has had antifreeze in it from new then i wouldnt bother ,yes i would wiggle the drive shaft whilst belt is off and if no play then leave it alone but you know the dealers ,someone has to pay the suited and booted sales staff with their gelled up hair and the secretarys make up and new clothes

Dec 03, 2010 | 2003 Honda Odyssey

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How to set timing when you relesh tensioner and it changes the alignment postion of pullies 2000 ford ranger 2.5 l


Here is the trick. Align marks. Put the timing belt on the crank shaft pulley first, and after on the overhead cam pulley. Release tensioner and rotate the crank shaft till the timing belt makes two full circles. Try to align marks, you will be at least one tooth off. Align the crank shaft on the mark, and find out how many teeth you are off at the cam shaft pulley. Count the teeth. Remove the timing belt from cam shaft pulley only. Move cam shaft pulley in reverse according to the number of teeth you counted. Make sure the crank shaft pulley is on the mark. Mount the belt at cam shaft pulley.Rotate the belt two circles and check the marks. Repeate this procedure til after releasing the tensioner, and rotating the timing belt two full circles, the mars will be align.

Nov 22, 2010 | 2000 Ford Ranger SuperCab

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I am in the middle of replacing the timing belt on a 05 honda odyssey touring, before removing the old belt, the manual is saying to turn the crankshaft pulley to its white mark [which i can see] lines up...


Remember that for every rotation of the cam there two rotations of the crank. Rotate the crank a further 360 and bring the piston to TDC and the white mark should now align on the cam.

Aug 24, 2010 | 2005 Honda Odyssey

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Which way do you turn the crankshaft pulley bolt to loosen it?


It turns left (counterclockwise) to remove. An impact wrench is best if you can get one on it.

If you don't use an impact wrench, you may need to somehow keep the crank from turning when you loosen the bolt.

One way is to pull the belt tighter to put more tension on the crank pulley.

There are other creative ways I've used. If you have any trouble let me know.

May 31, 2009 | 2003 Honda Odyssey

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AC BELT NEEDS CHANGED


You have to remove the main serpentine belt first. this is done with a 15mm wrench put on the tensioner. then from the bottom you can get to the a/c belt tensioner. install a 3/8 ratchet on it and remove tension from belt. I find the only way to get belt on and off is too slip it off the tensioner then off the backside of crank pulley then slide off of a/c compressor then install new belt onto the crank letting it fall off the backside run belt around compressor tensioner then work around crank pulley

Nov 17, 2008 | 2003 Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD

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