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Go to your local auto parts store and get a Chilton's Manual for your vehicle. It will break down the job in detail and provide pictures and explanations of how to do the job, what to expect, tools you'll need and about how long it will take to complete. Good luck!
your best bet would be to go to an auto parts store and buy a haynes manual for your own car.they are about 20-25 dollars. this book will tell you how its done. they are based on a complete teardown of vehicle. good-day !
it is not that fun, you need to have 1/4 inch tools, 10mm socket 8mm socket, 12 mm socket,18mm socket. and wrenches to match. you need to support car on jack stands and remove pass tire. Go to your local auto parts store and get a manual first. as the valve timing is very critical in the installation process !!!!!!!!!!! if this timing is not done exactly you will cause severe engine damage to valves and pistons. read manual and read again then assemble it right the first time as there is no room for error. Belt is 30 -50 $$$ depending where you go.
Enter menu, and select the [autotune or auto search] function with the help of Prog+ Prog- and Vol+ and Vol- buttons. After that function highlighted press Vol+ button once and release. The TV will tune and store automatically in its memory, all the transmitting stations at that time, and after tuned the entire band it will finish tuning and will display the first channel. You must select auto tune for this. Not manual tune or fine tune functions. A horizontal bar will run across the bottom side of the screen indicating that the tuning process is in progress, and it will reset three times to zero and will continue tuning. It is due to the auto band selection is done inside the microcomputer of the tv. No other functions will response anymore, till autotune process is completed. Ok.
CHECK AUTO ZONE .COM FOR TIMING PROCEEDURE. I HAVE DONE THIS & IT IS VERY HARD TO GET TIMING MARKS PERFECTLY LINED UP. TOOK ABOUT 3 TRIES. ( CAMS WANT TO MOVE DURING PROCESS.) WHEN TIMING IS JUST RIGHT , IT WILL RUN. MAKE SURE BOTH CAM SROCKET ARROWS ARE POINTING UP. THERE IS A TIMING MARK IN THE VALLEY OF THE EXHAUST CAM SPROCKET TEETH THAT I MISSED.YOU HAVE TO START WITH EXHAUST CAM TIMING MARK JUST BELOW INTAKE CAM SPROCKET TIMING MARK & THEN WHEN BELT IS COMPLETELY ON , MOVE EXHAUST CAM TO TAKE UP SLACK IN BELT. IT WORKS !!!