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Unfortunately, unless you are mechanically minded and have a technicians workshop guide, i suggest not attempting it.
Unfortunately, it is run off the timing belt which would require it's removal.....not an easy task once you get into it, basically most of the front of the engine has to be disassembled, then the timing belt removed, then the water pump....(i would suggest replacing timeing belt as well, save on future costs), then putting it all back together.
If you do make a mistake on the timing belt and it is out of timing, you might be up for a new engine, so I would not suggest it !!!!
Depends on make and model and is also time related, for example change at 70,000 or 5 years, or 36000/3 years so question cant be answered. If in doubt or you don't know the vehicle history it is better to change it, and cheaper in the long run, as valves and piston replacement don't come cheap.
This happened to me and the next time I beeped the horn the radio came back on. Then for a long time radio would only come on if you beeped the horn. Battery has since gone dead, when I jumped it the radio now works fine. I am convinced wires are crossed and radio still sucks juice from the batttery even when the car is off. Battery stays charged and starts car if you make sure radio is off before shutting car off for the night. Am taking it to the dealer a.s.a.p. So long story short see what happens when you beep the horn.
This is unbelievable. I need help with obtaining some assistance with replacing the timing belt. I tried to post a relevant header but somehow it was transformed into a problem with some speakers.
I think this site kind of sucks.
Solution: Go to the library and get a manual. This site offers nothing useful and then attempts to offer some "premium" service. It's probably an attempt to charge for services that really don't deliver. So my advice is to look elsewhere for assistance because you are unlikely to find it here.