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How do you set the timing on a Plymouth Voyager ? I have to repace a broken timing belt. I was also told to replace the water pump is that true.

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I do not recommend you to change the timing belt. If you have basic knowledge you have to have included together with your question at least the year of the Plymouth Voyager besides the type of engine. Usually Plymouth Voyager 1996-2000 comes with 4 different engines (4 cyl, 6 cyl 3.0 lt, 6 cyl. 3.3 lt and 8 cylinders) and the procedure to change the timing belt is different. I guess in the 4 cylinders engine water pump have to be removed in order to change the timing belt but you will decide if you change or not the water pump: Is it the original factory water pump and how many miles you put in it? if you already replaced it, how many miles ago? you keep your cooling system clean? You will decided if you keep the same water pump or replaced it.

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    But how if he already change the water pump a while ago?

    Usually I have changed the timing belt because water pump failure.

    Since the timing belt broke before water pump I'm thinking he already have the water pump replaced.

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It is recommended because if you have to change the water pump belt change since you have to remove it and you save work in the future as we recommend changing the camshaft seals and crankshaft as it saves time and money

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