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Where and how many timing belts

I was just wondering where the timing belt runs, does it go through the engine or is are there 2 different timing belts and do u have a diagram of it

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Ford explorer 4.0 liter motors have 2 timing chains. If they don't rattle, leave them alone.

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Does 2004 dodge noeons all use same timing belt?


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My Matiz seemed to run out of power while driving and now it won't start, the oil and water were low (though recently they were fine when I checked), I put more oil in but it still won't go


You need to check if the timing belt on the front of the engine is still intact and not broken. When the timing belt breaks, the starter will spin the engine faster than normal due to less friction, and has a different sound. To check for a broken timing belt, see if the camshaft sprocket at top front of engine is turning when the engine turns. There is a timing belt cover over the belt assembly on the engine front. May be difficult to see any moving parts there with the cover not removed. Sometimes there is a rubber plug near top of belt cover that can be pulled off to check the camshaft sprocket timing mark-you just need to see if the belt is turning the camshaft. Sometimes you can remove the oil filler cap on top of engine and peer inside to see if the camshaft is turning while the engine is cranking. You may see valve spring movement inside there and that is proof that the camshaft is turning-the belt is intact.

If the belt is broken, check for valve damage before replacing timing belt. On most small engines, when the belt breaks during running, valves can get bent and not work. Check if your engine is so called "interference engine" design. If it is, bad news when the belt breaks while running. If not an interference engine design, all you have to do is replace the timing belt.
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Change water pump


no year, stated, nor engine option so all answers will be weak to useless..... posting country helps too as other countries use different engine.... so....... be the first ever in 8000 post to do that... ill be shocked.
its in the book, its not simple like my jeeps.
its a PITA.
but you can read the words, all of them all the steps
in the FSM or at alldata.com

i log in , and put in year, and camry.
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1MZ-FE And 3MZ-FE Engines
  1. Before servicing the vehicle, refer to the Precautions Section.
  2. Drain the cooling system.
  3. Remove or disconnect the following:
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    • PS drive belt
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    • Crankshaft pulley
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    • Timing belt, guide and idler pulley sub-assembly #1
    • Camshaft timing pulleys and idler pulley sub-assembly #2
    • Timing belt cover #3
    • Water pump assembly
To install:
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on my car , belt off, pump out, and in, done.

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Fixing the timing belt


  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable and remove the accessory drive belts, crankshaft pulley and the timing belt cover(s).
  2. Temporarily reinstall the crankshaft pulley bolt and turn the crankshaft to TDC of No. 1 piston. The mark on the camshaft sprocket should be aligned with the mark on the inner timing belt cover or the edge of the cylinder head.
  3. With the distributor cap removed, the rotor should be pointing toward the No. 1 mark on the rim of the distributor housing. On 8 valve engines, the notch on the crankshaft pulley should align with the dot on the intermediate shaft sprocket.
  4. Loosen the locknut on the tensioner pulley and turn the tensioner counterclockwise to relieve the tension on the timing belt.
  5. Slide the timing belt from the sprockets.

To install:
  1. Check the alignment of the timing marks. On 16 valve engines, the mark on the tooth should align with the mark on the rear belt cover.
  2. Install the new timing belt and tension the belt so it can be twisted 90 ° at the middle of it's longest section, between the camshaft and intermediate sprockets.
  3. Recheck the alignment of the timing marks and, if correct, turn the engine 2 full revolutions to return to TDC of No. 1 piston. Recheck belt tension and timing marks. Readjust as required. Torque the tensioner nut to 33 ft. lbs. (45 Nm).
  4. Install the belt cover and accessory drive belts.
  5. If the belt is too tight, there will be a growling noise that rises and falls with engine speed.

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Does my 1987 ford bronco 2 auto,4x4 have a timing


Belt, remove the the front plastic cover which covers the Timing Belt to see if the belt is stripped of teeth, same as the old Ford Pinto motor.. remove dist cap and watch rotor rotation, see if it is spinning... Ignition Modules are a major issue with those in that year also... check module also...

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Which engine? 4 cylinder (2.4 lit) or V6 (2.7 lit)? Two different procedures as well as different belts. The 4 cylinder also has a balance belt. See next image:
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Here's the 2.7 V6 belt:

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The replacement procedure is nearly the same at the start (removing, accy drive belts, pullys, support engine & remove front engine mount, remove T.B covers, disconnect Cam Position Sensor & Crank Position Sensor connectors, etc.). When you get to this point on the V6, you also have to remove the front engine mounting bracket from the front of the engine (4 14mm bolts, also a 12mm bolt which bolts the dipstick tube to the side of it) Put crank shaft at TDC (top dead center w/ALL timing marks aligned) remove hydraulic tensioner (2 12 mm bolts), then remove the belt. You'll need to recompress the hydraulic (auto) tensioner in a vise and insert a retaining pin through the pin-holes at the top (through the tensioner piston) to keep it compressed when you reinstall it. Otherwise, you won't be able to install it. Assembly is reverse order of dissassembly. Inspect your pullys while you're in there (check for pully bearing noise, leaking grease, smooth rotation, also the water pump pully, etc.) Replace components as needed. Careful not to damage Crankshaft Position Sensor wire harness.

The 4 Cylinder is quite different. You not only change the timing belt, but also the countershaft (balance) belt, which is behind the crank position sensor blade. IMPORTANT: ALL TIMING MARKS ALIGNED BEFORE REMOVING ANYTHING) There are two (2) counter-shafts (balance shafts). one driven by the timing belt, the other by the crankshaft sprocket behind the timing belt sprocket at the front of the crankshaft.
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Chevy Aveo 1.6 Engine, Timing Belt Broke, Replaced,Runs Rough?


Did you have the dealer change the belt because it broke ?
If this is the case they should know if it is an interfearance engine and if it is in fact an interference engine they should have checked the valves. If you had the belt changed just because you were scared it was going to break on you then I am sure the car ran fine when you took it in.
The explanation you gave sounds to me like they have the belt a tooth off and they need to re do it because the timing is out.
I hope this helps
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it might have jumped a bit
and it wont wreck your engine it will have to be retimed with the belt and the gear casing off\\\

and a camry engine will fit depending on the year of the engine

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