Question about 2004 Chevrolet Aveo
I am a gm tech and I would actually recommend a new engine from wrecking yard. I have had two of these that had the head replaced and vibrated due to a slightly bent rod. If you decide to put it together, just go to your local dealer, and ask if you can borrow the special timing belt adjuster tool. The adjustor/tensioner is the water pump. I would replace it and the idler pulleys also I have had them fail as well. If they will loan you the tool, they should print a procedure for replacement out also, at least i do for my customers.
Posted on Dec 11, 2009
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