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  • ; Production: 08/1996-
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Bando Engine Timing Belt
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  • ; Production: -06/2003
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  • ; Production: 07/2003-
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Bando
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Bando Engine Timing Belt
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Latest Timing Belt Repair and Installation Advice

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Question From sitopons on timing belt

1990
TOYOTA
CELICA
1.6L
165K

Hi ...I am concern with the timing belt of the car ...I want to know if the timing belt breaks, will it cause damage in the engine thus it would need to be changed immediately to avoid any bad surprises. The thing is I am not sure when was the last time it was changed so I am thinking to wait until the timing belt stops functioning and then replace it, but not so sure it is a good idea.

Thank you

Response From Double J

I am not sure if this is an interference engine or not( my guess is that it is).
If it is an interference engine and the belt breaks/jumps time,its game over for the engine,especially at this mileage.
I would never ever wait until a timing belt breaks to replace it....It probably has a recommended replacement interval at 60,000 miles.I would definitely replace it right away since you dont know history on it.


Jim

Response From Tom Greenleaf

************* SOHC engine is interference and DOHC is not by that chart. All strictly suggest every 60k for replacement regardless of appearance! T

Response From Guest


I am not user if this is a sohc or dohc engine , all I know it is 1.6L I4 MPI..how do I find out which type it is...also the car sat ouside the driveway for 8 months would that have a big effect on the timing belt life...?
thanx

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer


If the car's worth a damn it's worth putting in a new one. This car is pushing 20 years old already and time does play a part in rubber parts not just miles. Packaged, climate controled storage of parts (rubber and the like) fares ok but once installed it has been subject to heat and cold extremes and that alone shortens its life.

"S"OHC or "D"OHC means Single or Double Camshaft design "O" = Overhead. There should be a marking somewhere or just glance at the rocker cover to see if it looks like it could house two cams or just one. I still wouldn't risk it and at least take a look at the belt with cover(s) removed.

This may not be your engine but note the "double" cams in this Toyota head and spark plugs go thru the middle if that helps you,

T

Timing Belt

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Question From nschmidt01 on Timing Belt

I have a 2000 Ford Escort ZX2 with 133,000 miles, it broke down 7 months ago and I had to have the timing belt replaced and they also replaced the water pump. About 1-2 months later it broke down and sure enough it was the timing belt again, the mechanic had it for a couple of days trying to figure out what was making it break. He couldn't find anything elso wrong with it, so he replaced the belt again. The other day the car died on me again and once again it was the timing belt. Can you tell me if you have heard of this before in a ford escort? Please help?

FYI... if it even matters, the first two times I had the same mechanic fix it, this time I took it somewhere elso but I don't think it will make much difference because the first mechanic was a reliable family friend.



imbedded

Response From Hammer Time

On these ZX2's, the most common problem is either the tensioner or one of the idler pulleys, usually the one all the way at the bottom. If there is any wear at all in the pulley, it will lean just enough for the belt to walk off the side or if it's not tight enough, the belt can jump.

Response From nschmidt01

When I took the car in the first time they replaced a pulley because apparently the pulley was missing? I think the timing belt had already been changed about 3 years ago.

Response From DanD

Something similar happened here a few years ago on a GM vehicle.
Car came in with broken timing belt; checked everything as per normal, looking for a cause other then just an old belt; all seemed good. Car left running ok; came back a couple of days later on the back of a tow truck. This time the belt wasn’t broken; but a number of teeth were missing (stripped) on the new belt; allowing the engine to go out of time.
Replaced it again; but this time we left the timing cover off, so I could see the actual belt turning and easily check belt tension after the engine reached operating temperature.
After shutting off the engine; I attempted to rotate the engine manually to check the timing. Found that it took twice as much effort to turn the engine, then what it did while installing the belt with the engine cold.
After removing the timing belt (engine still hot from running) we found the camshaft was the cause of the resistance. Once the engine cooled it turned normally; ended up having to replace cam shaft and bearings.
The only thing that made sense was that the cam; when it became hot would warp and cause it to bind.

Not saying that this is what’s happening with your vehicle; but maybe suggest that they check the amount of effort required to manually rotate the engine while it’s still hot?

Dan.

Response From nschmidt01 Top Rated Answer

I will mention that to them. I also just found out some more information... back the first time that I got it fixed they had to replace the timing belt, timing belt tensioner and pulleys and a water pump. I found out yesterday that this new place (without any of the history) said that they needed to replace the timing belt the tensioner and pulleys and the water pump was leaking and needed to be replaced. Is this really possible for all of the same things to break within 7 months of being replaced? Thank you so much for your help.

Response From Tom Greenleaf


">Is this really possible for all of the same things to break within 7 months of being replaced?<"

YES - unfortunately!

T

where is the timing belt located on a 2004 dodge neon?

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Question From liveyourlife304 on where is the timing belt located on a 2004 dodge neon?

i think its time for a timing belt change. i took my car to 2 different mechanics . the first mechanic told me that i need a new timing belt because he could hear it "slapping" against something and would charge $300 to replace the timing belt and the water pump. to get another mechanics opinion, i took it to my cousins fiance which works at a local dodge dealer garage so that he could take a look at it. he first told me that my car DID NOT have a timing belt and that the only belts on my car are a serpentine belt, power steering belt and my fan belt. we popped the hood, turned the car on for a little bit to let it run. we turned it off after it ran for about 5 mins. he looked at all the belts closely and he pointed out that the belt connected to the alternator had cracks in it and referred it as the serpentine belt, not the timing belt. he said that thats the only belt that mechanic #1 could have been talking about when he told me that my timing belt needs changed. i need ANY advice possible ASAP. this is my only form of transportation for work. thanks everyone!

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer


i took it to my cousins fiance which works at a local dodge dealer garage so that he could take a look at it. he first told me that my car DID NOT have a timing belt and that the only belts on my car are a serpentine belt, power steering belt and my fan belt.

I assume this guy is not a mechanic and washes cars or something because your car most definitely has a timing belt and if it fails while you're driving, it will do thousands of dollars in engine damage. $300 is a real deal to do that belt. It's no easy job at all. the entire engine has to be disconnected and shifted to the side to gain enough access to change the belt. You should also be replacing the water pump during that process as it is driven by the timing belt.

Response From Discretesignals

Ya, $300 is really cheap to do a water pump and belt component kit on that engine. Make sure whoever you have do this is licensed and insured.

If you have Billy Bob Joe do this at his house in the back yard for $300 bucks and something goes wrong later or after the repair and it bends all the valves in the engine, your going to be out a lot more money than you saved. I hope I am not wasting my keystrokes.

Response From nickwarner

I know the others here will second me on this.

If you need to be told where the timing belt is on this thing, you have no business touching it and the $300 you were quoted is dirt cheap. The guy is underbidding himself. I'd charge more like $450 easy. Its not like a serp belt you just take off and throw on. This requires special (expensive) tools and the right man doing the right procedure to do it. Its not in the novice realm for a DIY job. If you are just a fraction of a turn off of aligning the pulleys you will wreck parts you don't even know the name of but will quickly find the price of.

Response From liveyourlife304

by any chance could you be able to post a diagram of where the timing belt is located for a 2004 dodge neon?

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Question From Guest on timing belt

please help me find remove old timing belt on 90 geo preizm

Response From Loren Champlain Sr Top Rated Answer

See your first post.

Timing Belt - 1996 Mitsubishi Eclipse

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Question From arod10 on Timing Belt - 1996 Mitsubishi Eclipse

I have a 1996 Mitsubishi Eclipse, non turbo, and the timing belt broke. I would like to repair the engine (bent valves) myself and also replace the timing belt myself. Is this possible for a beginner? I hear that the Haynes manuals are good for beginners.

Response From Loren Champlain Sr

arod; Just because this is an 'interference' engine, doesn't necessarily mean that the valves are bent. You may get lucky. Which engine do you have? You'll need to line up the timing marks, and easiest thing to do, is to replace the belt, then check for compression. You can do a cylinder leak down test, but requires special equipment to do that. We can give you a diagram for the timing marks if need be. Hammer is right. This requires very critical type work. If done wrong, you can damage the valves if they aren't already bent.

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

The manuals aren't that good. It takes years of experience to be able to recognize problems and issues. If you make a mistake, you'll be paying someone else to do it all over again and if you mess up the timing belt, it will cost you another head.