Question about 2001 Chevrolet Tracker
SOURCE: 2001 chevy tracker
Hi,If you are mechanicly inclined replacing the timing belt should be simple ,If the car still runing be sure to aling the timing marks perfect and make a note of the position in a piece of paper,If not you can get the specs at the auto parts where you get the belt ...YES they can jump do to wear and they can cause valves to bend ,this can also cause major engine damage....
Posted on Aug 17, 2008
i have done a few timing chains, you should go get a manual so you can go back and reference when you need to. I can tell you this "do not" move the cam or crank when the belt or chain is off. Hope it helps
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Posted on Mar 21, 2009
SOURCE: my drivers side window on
I'm going to guess that your power window motor has about given up the ghost. You may take it in to a mechanic's shop and ask them where the regulator is, however. I just doubt it will be an easy to find piece.
Posted on Oct 31, 2010
If I doint mistake, the MAF (Mass Air Flow) sensor is located on the top back of the intake manifold under the engine cover.
1) Air cleaner assy 2) Upper cover 3) Lower cover
4) Lower cover Cushion 5) Lower cover Spacer 6) Lower cover Bolt
7) Filter element 8) Air inlet duct 9) Air inlet duct Insulator
10) Resonator 11) Resonator Cushion 12) Resonator Insulator
13) Air temp sensor 14) Air temp sensor Grommet 15) Adapter
16) AIR MASS SENSOR 17) Inlet duct 1.6 liter 18) Resonator box
Hope helps (remember to rate this answer).
Posted on Feb 10, 2011
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