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I want to know how to reseat the timeimg belt do we turn it front or back

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Frontwards only clock wise

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How do i deactivate srs so i can replace front seatbelts on 2005 yaris


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Timer chain.... what is it... My car went bang and will not start... but it is still trying to turn over...


There is a good chance it is. If you heard that bang, it might have broke. You have a front and back cover piece that protects the timing belt/chain. You can take that front cover off to check. It should only have one or two bolts. Take it off and see if the belt/chain is broking. If so, it will have to be replaced. If it is not, let me know. It may be other things. Sara, if you have a question, let me know.

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My blazer sputters when cold and hesitates when accelerating at high speeds (50+mph) sometimes backfires under drivers feet when cold and sputtering


your timeimg is off if theres a distuributor there just might be u need to losen the bolt right below the distuributor with car off once loose start car it only needs to be loose enough to turn startcar turn ur tarding it upping the amount of gas and air intake u absoreb turn it to the right ur engine should idle hire dont turn to must at all little by littleas u turn hairturns at a time get dont shut hood alll way get in go down the street punch it if it feels good gets it and goes ur good if not keep repeating prosscess until it feels right to u

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1995 Honda Passport timing alginment 3.2 ltr 6VD1 engine


The crankshaft should have the timing mark on the crank pulley (Notch in the outer edge of the pulley near the keyway) It should align with the timing mark on the oil pump. (With the keway turned to about the 3 O'clock position.)

Align the marks on the camshaft timing pulleys with the corresponding dots on the front plate.

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It makes a difference which way you put the belt on. (Which edge faces the front of the engine.) Most, but not all brands of belts have arrows and the word "FRONT" on them to tell you which edge of the belt shoud face the front of the motor. If there is no mark to tell you which edge is front, the letters on the belt must be able to be read correctly as viewed from the front of the vehicle.

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How to replace serpentine belt for 96 bonnville


This is a fairly straightforward mechanical procedure. If you will allow me to provide a little perspective first, just so we start on the same page.

Since you ask only for the procedure for replacement, I do not want to jump over the diagnostic element of this process. If you are holding a broken belt in your hand you can skip directly past this paragraph. The serpentine belt, referred to as the engine drivebelt does what fan belts did in the "old days". This belt is by the crankshaft and in turn spins the alternator, the water pump and the pump for the power steering and the air conditioner compressor. This belt is a wear item and should be examined once per year. The belt is smooth on one side and has ribs running long ways on the other side. Using a flashlight check for shiny areas, cracks of any kind or fluid on the belt. Any of these, change the belt.

Now we need to get our navigational landmarks in sync. The engine in most front-wheel drive vehicles is mounted transversely (sideways). So front and back of the engine become left (front of engine) and right (rear of engine). The drivebelt is on the front of the engine, so to your left as you raise the hood and peer inside.

There should be a drivebelt routing decal on the upper radiator panel (between the engine and the front of the car). I recommend at this point that you also take a few pictures of the drivebelt with your cell phone or digital camera. Detail its path around all accessory components. I know that this is belt and suspenders but it will help greatly with replacement. Now look for the belt tensioner under the power steering pump. The power steering pump is at 12:00 o'clock on the front of the engine. Read the sticker on the square power steering reservoir at the top front of the engine to ensure you are in the right place. The tensioner is the round pulley that looks like it it isn't attached to anything and therefore has no purpose. Put the appropriate wrench on the nut on the front of the tensioner and turn counterclockwise (push toward the back of the car). A long handled ratchet works best here since you will need to get some leverage to turn the tensioner. This will loosen tension on the belt. While holding the belt tensioner remove the belt from all of the pulleys and pull it out. When you release the belt tensioner, it will swing down out of the way. Now again rotate the belt tensioner and route the new belt onto the engine. This should do it. If you are going to be doing this intermediate level of repair and maintenance I recommend you get a hard-copy repair manual for your vehicle or subscribe to one of the many excellent repair on-line service. Good luck!

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