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How to change a cambelt on an evo 6

How do i change a cambelt on an evo 6

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U need to get the cama set right and engine locked u really need some 1 that knows what doing alot aof money if udo it wrong or u can try evo lancer forums

Posted on Oct 04, 2009

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Can someone tell me if the 2005 Mazda 6 2.0 diesel 136ps has a cambelt or chain? If it is a belt when should I replace it. I'm on 116000 km's.


Filipe, Gates is a timing belt manufacturer and they recommend changing belt every 100,000 KM. This is what is known as a interference fit engine, If the timing belt were to break, it could cause extensive damage to valve train. Through some searching, recommended Timing Belt change interval is 60/75000 miles or every 72 months. Check the attached links,instruction and guides, Good luck
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1. In harsh weather conditions 80000 Miles or 6 years.
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2. In normal weather conditions 120000 Miles or 9 years
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What mileage or length of time for cambelt change on Nissan cabstar 90 E ?


Not shown in the owners manual ?

I would not go over 90,000 miles / 54,000 Km

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When should i change the cambelt


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Do I chanage water pump when changing timing belt on 2002 lexus GS300?


Hi there,

Most Japanese designed engines have an internally mounted water pump, usually driven by the cambelt.

When we talk in terms of cam design, there are two types of engines: a) Interference and b) non-interference.

An interference egine means - if the cambelt were to break whilst engine is running, there will be major internal engine damage.
A non-interference engine means - if the cambelt were to break whilst engine is running, there will NOT be any serious internal damage to the engine.

Note: the GS300 engine (3.0L 6-cyl) is considered a Non-Interference engine.

So, one of the most critical compenents which MUST be changed, is the cambelt itself. Most manufacturers recommend changing this belt every 90,000 - 100,000km's (80,000 miles). If you have a non-interference engine, this period is not as critical, but should still be changed soon, to avoid the inconvenience of a breakdown whilst travelling.

The 2nd critical compenent is the Water Pump. The worst possible outcome of a failed waterpump, is your engine will suddenly drain of all coolant, resulting in serious overheating, causing serious internal damage to your engine.

Although there is no specified time to change the waterpump, a waterpump endures wear and tear like any component and lifespan can reduce rapidly beyond 100,000km's (80,000 mles). As the waterpump is situated next to the cambelt, it is a general rule to change out both cambelt and waterpump at the same time.

The majority of the cost to replace the cambelt, is in labor (ie opening the engine etc). If you choose to replace only one of these components, you will need to be prepared to pay for same procedure again in future, to replace the 2nd component.

Therefore, it can be more economical in the long term, to have both components changed together.

Hope this helps...


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When do Mazda recommend changing the cambelt on a 06 mazda 6 2.o petrol engine


change it assuming your talking about the belt that drives your water pump, you could do it yourself in five minutes......

3/4" wrench lock onto tensionor push forward remove small belt, install in reverse.......

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Where is the waterpump on a 1995 Subaru Impreza and do you have to remove radiator to replace ?


The waterpump is driven by the cambelt. It is under the big black plastic cambelt cover at the front of the car. It is not absolutely essential to remove the rad but it is only 4 bolts and two hoses to get it out and it gives you alot more room to work. I would change the cambelt while I was there also to be honest. It will all have to come off again when you change the belt soo.... If you are not familiar with changing cambelts and timing it up I would let a pro do it. It is not worth the chance you might mis time it and ruin your engine.

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we recommend to change the cambelt or the timing belt every 2 years but usually some of our costumers changes about 4 years which is not suitable for the car.

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At what mileage or age should the cambelt be changed?


up to 9/99 is 60,000 or 5 years
9/99 on is 54,000 or 6 years

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