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The timing belts was completely damage. I need

The timing belts was completely damage. I need dimensions of the belt number of teeth pitch width. Local dealer gave us belt with 154 teeth which was too small in circumference.

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Check with a quality auto parts store and they should be able to provide you with the proper belt. Make sure you know the exact engine size that's installed in your vehicle. Also you probably can buy and download an online manual for your vehicle at a small price, probably under $25.00 which you can then refer to when making your car repaire. Do a online search by vehicle make and model.

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What is the problem when I set the camshaft timing marks in their proper positions they move 1 tooth mark over after every 2 crankshaft revolutions


i would think the cam marks will only line up again after turning cam when it has completed one completd cycle , what is it you are trying to achieve ?

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Zx2 ran fine for a bit after timing belt change, now no start.


suspect the timing belt tension was to low and has jumped a few teeth initially(run rough) and then jumped further or stripped teeth(will not start at all).
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I have a 2002 Hyundai Sonata 4CL (interference engine) that broke down recently (no longer starting) and upon inspection, found out that the timing belt needed replaced. After taking the timing belt off,...


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How to install the timing belt to a 2001 nissan frontier 3.3L v6 after the heads have been removed and replaced.


From autozone.com

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To install:


CAUTION Before installing the timing belt, confirm that the No. 1 cylinder is set at the TDC of the compression stroke.

  1. Remove both cylinder head covers and loosen all rocker arm shaft retaining bolts.



NOTE The rocker arm shaft bolts MUST be loosened so that the correct belt tension can be obtained.

  1. Install the tensioner and the return spring. Using a hexagon wrench, turn the tensioner clockwise and temporarily tighten the locknut.
  2. Be sure that the timing belt is clean and free from oil or water.
  3. When installing the timing belt, align the white lines on the belt with the punchmarks on the camshaft and crankshaft sprockets. Have the arrow on the timing belt pointing toward the front belt covers.



NOTE A good way (although rather tedious!) to check for proper timing belt installation is to count the number of belt teeth between the timing marks. There are 133 teeth on the belt; there should be 40 teeth between the timing marks on the left and right side camshaft sprockets, and 43 teeth between the timing marks on the left side camshaft sprocket and the crankshaft sprocket.

  1. While keeping the tensioner steady, loosen the locknut with a hex wrench.
  2. Turn the tensioner approximately 70-80 degrees clockwise with the wrench, then tighten the locknut.



WARNING If any binding is felt when adjusting the timing belt tension by turning the crankshaft, STOP turning the engine, because the pistons may be hitting the valves.

  1. Turn the crankshaft in a clockwise direction several times, thenslowly
  2. Apply 22 lbs. (10 kg) of pressure (push it in!) to the center span of the timing belt between the right side camshaft sprocket and the tensioner pulley, then loosen the tensioner locknut.
  3. Using a 0.0138 in. (0.35mm) thick feeler gauge (the actual width of the blademust12slowly!12
  4. Slowly rotate the crankshaft clockwise several more times, then set the No. 1 piston to TDC of the compression stroke.
  5. Position the 2 timing covers on the block, then tighten the mounting bolts to 24 ft. lbs. (35 Nm).
  6. Press the crankshaft pulley onto the shaft, then tighten the bolt to 90-98 ft. lbs. (123-132 Nm).
  7. Connect the radiator hose to the thermostat housing.
  8. Reconnect the fresh air intake tube at the cylinder head cover.
  9. Install the air conditioning compressor drive belt idler pulley and bracket.
  10. Install the distributor protector (dust shield).
  11. Install the spark plugs.
  12. Install the power steering, air conditioning compressor and alternator drive belts.
  13. Install the radiator.
  14. Reconnect the water pump hose and fill the engine with coolant. Install the fan shroud and pulleys.
  15. Install the engine undercover.
  16. Start the engine and check for any leaks.

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LH guide is straight RHguide is curved has 3=8 slot on top to adjust has springloaded =hydralicassistfd tensioner below RH there is no adjusting screw and you cant get to anything whenfront cover is...


To install:

CAUTION Before installing the timing belt, confirm that the No. 1 cylinder is set at the TDC of the compression stroke.
  1. Remove both cylinder head covers and loosen all rocker arm shaft retaining bolts.
The rocker arm shaft bolts MUST be loosened so that the correct belt tension can be obtained.
  1. Install the tensioner and the return spring. Using a hexagon wrench, turn the tensioner clockwise and temporarily tighten the lock-nut.
  2. Make sure that the timing belt is clean and free from oil or water.
When installing the timing belt align the white lines on the belt with the punchmarks on the camshaft and crankshaft sprockets. Have the arrow on the timing belt pointing toward the front belt covers.

A good way (although rather tedious!) to check for proper timing belt installation is to count the number of belt teeth between the timing marks. There are 133 teeth on the belt; there should be 40 teeth between the timing marks on the left and right side camshaft sprockets, and 43 teeth between the timing marks on the left side camshaft sprocket and the crankshaft sprocket.

  1. 1986-87 Engines:
    1. Using a hexagon wrench, loosen the tensioner lock bolt, set the tensioner and then slowly turn the tensioner clockwise and counterclockwise 2-3 times.If the coarse tensioner stud has been removed, be sure to apply locking sealer to the threads before installing it.
    2. Tighten the tensioner lock-nut to 32-43 ft. lbs. (43-58 Nm). Tighten the rocker arm shaft retaining bolts (in 2-3 stages) to 13-16 ft. lbs. (18-22 Nm).Before tightening, be sure to set the camshaft lobe at the position where the lobe is not lifted.
    3. Install the upper and lower timing belt covers.

  2. 1988 Engines:
    1. While keeping the tensioner steady, loosen the lock-nut with a hexagon wrench.
    2. Turn the tension approximately 70-80 degrees clockwise with the wrench and then tighten the lock-nut.
    3. Turn the crankshaft in a clockwise direction several times and then slowly set the No. 1 piston to TDC of the compression stroke.
    4. Apply 22 lbs. of pressure (push it in!) to the center span of the timing belt between the right side camshaft sprocket and the tensioner pulley and then loosen the tensioner lock-nut.
    5. Using a 0.0138 in. (0.35mm) feeler gauge (the actual width of the blade must be 1 / 2 in. thick!) positioned as shown in the illustration, turn the crankshaft clockwise ( slowly! ). The timing belt should move approximately 2 1 / 2 teeth. Tighten the tensioner lock-nut, turn the crankshaft slightly and remove the feeler gauge.
    6. Slowly rotate the crankshaft clockwise several more times and then set the No. 1 piston to TDC of the compression stroke.
    7. Install the upper and lower timing belt covers.

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Sep 18, 2010 | 1988 Nissan King Cab

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I need to know how to set the timing belt on a 1995 nissan 3.0 4x4 kingcab truck


I'm going to copy the procedure from Autozone.com below. I've never seen such a complicated way of getting the tension right, but better to follow their instructions, I guess. Note that they ask you to loosen the rocker shafts, but they never tell you to put them back. I will add that.

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To install:

6. Remove both cylinder head covers and loosen all rocker arm shaft retaining bolts.

The rocker arm shaft bolts MUST be loosened so that the correct belt tension can be obtained.
  1. Install the tensioner and the return spring. Using a hexagon wrench, turn the tensioner clockwise, then temporarily tighten the locknut.
  2. Make sure that the timing belt is clean and free from oil or water, before installation.
  3. Install the timing belt. Align the white lines on the belt with the punchmarks on the camshaft and crankshaft sprockets. Be sure to have the arrow on the timing belt pointing toward the front belt covers.
A good way (although rather tedious) to check for proper timing belt installation is to count the number of belt teeth between the timing marks. There are 133 teeth on the belt; there should be 40 teeth between the timing marks on the left and right-side camshaft sprockets, and 43 teeth between the timing marks on the left-side camshaft sprocket and the crankshaft sprocket.
  1. While keeping the tensioner steady, loosen the locknut with a hexagon wrench.
  2. Turn the tension approximately 70-80 degrees clockwise with the wrench, then tighten the locknut.
  3. Turn the crankshaft in a clockwise direction several times, then slowly set the No. 1 piston to TDC of the compression stroke.
  4. Apply 22 lbs. (10 kg) of pressure (push it in) to the center span of the timing belt between the right-side camshaft sprocket and the tensioner pulley, then loosen the tensioner locknut.
  5. Using a 0.0138 in. (0.35mm) feeler gauge (the actual width of the blade must be 1/2 in. or 12.7mm thick), positioned as shown in the illustration, slowly turn the crankshaft clockwise. The timing belt should move approximately 2 1/2 teeth. Tighten the tensioner locknut, then turn the crankshaft slightly and remove the feeler gauge.
  6. Slowly rotate the crankshaft clockwise several more times , then set the No. 1 piston to TDC of the compression stroke; recheck all alignment marks.
  7. Install the upper and lower timing belt covers.
  8. Connect the negative battery cable.

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When installing the rocker arm shafts, be certain that they are installed in their original positions.
  1. Make sure the camshaft knock pin is at the top of the camshaft and that the lobe is not in the lifted position. If servicing the left-side cylinder head, set the No. 1 piston at TDC of its compression stroke, then tighten the rocker shaft bolts for cylinder No. 2, 4 and 6 cylinders. If servicing the right-side cylinder head, set the No. 4 piston at TDC of its compression stroke and tighten the rocker shaft bolts for cylinder No. 1, 3 and 5 cylinder rocker shaft bolts. Tighten all bolts gradually, in two or three stages, to 13-16 ft. lbs. (18-22 Nm).
  2. Install the cylinder head cover(s).

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Hi Alina,
From what I've been able to find, there were two versions of this engine. One had square teeth on the belt and another had round teeth. If it is the one with round teeth on the timing belt, it is an interference engine and the valves most likely will be damaged if the belt breaks.
Hope this helps,
Dave

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We are replacing timing belt on 1995 nissan pathfinder, the belt we bought has round teeth, the belt we took off has square teeth and this belt does not seem to work we have called dealership and they say...


There is definetly two types of belts.
Mabee the engine is a different year.
Both type belts are available.
While your in there replace the tensioner. and if you can afford it, change the waterpump too as preventative.
I have done many of these and most of them I replace the tensioner and waterpump.

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Go to your local auto parts store and give them the year, make, model and engine size of your Isuzu. You can measure the width and length and count the teeth. Hope this helps.

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