Question about 1997 Mitsubishi Eclipse
If your trying to change your timing belt you need to put a jack underneath your oil pan and another jack under your transmission. Put a thick piece of wood inbetween jack and oilpan like plywood or 2x4. This will keep you from crushing your oil pan. Remove motor mount bolts in front, back, and left side of engine. (The motor mount bolt next to timing belt cover.) Now you can jack up the jack under your oil pan almost all the way and you should get the clearance you need to get thoose long timing belt cover bolts out and move to the next phase of the job.
Posted on Jun 03, 2011
It's as simple as unbolting it. If you don't have the strength, get a mechanic.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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