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Timing Component Kits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I-IV Alphabetical/Application Listings with recommended replacement intervals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A1 Changeover Listing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-43 Manufacturers Part Numbers . . . . . . . . . A-54 Troubleshooting Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-56 Overhead Valve Engine Identification . . A-58 Interference Engine Information . . . . . . . A-59 Belt Tensioning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A-60 Replacement Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
WARNING Be safe! Do not use NAPA Belts/Hose (Gates) belts, pulleys or sprockets on any aircraft propeller or rotor drive systems or in-flight accessory drives. Those NAPA Belts/Hose (Gates) products are not designed or intended for aircraft use. CAUTION Use NAPA Belts/Hose (Gates) products only on applications specified in NAPA Belts/Hose (Gates) literature. Install and maintain products according to the vehicle manufacturer's recommended procedures and with recommended tools. Failure to follow these instructions could result in injury or property damage. NAPA Belts/Hose (Gates) disclaims all liability due to failure to follow these instructions.

Limited Warranty for the Life of the Merchandise Merchandise is warranted to be free from defects in materials or workmanship for the life of the merchandise. Damages from misuse, abuse or gradual wear from normal use are excluded from this warranty. NAPA Belts/Hose (The Gates Rubber Company) will, at its option, replace or repair any merchandise proved defective in material or workmanship,or both, during the warranty period. This is the exclusive remedy. For warranty service, please contact the Service Department, The NAPA Belts/Hose (Gates Rubber Company), 990 South Broadway, Denver, Colorado 80209. THERE IS NO OTHER EXPRESSED WARRANTY. IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING THOSE OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE LIMITED TO THE EXPRESSED WARRANTY PERIOD. LIABILITY FOR CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES UNDER ANY AND ALL WARRANTIES ARE EXCLUDED TO THE EXTENT EXCLUSION IS PERMITTED BY LAW. Some states do not allow the exclusion of limitation or incidental or consequential damages, and some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitation and exclusion may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state. DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTIES Although the information contained within this volume has been obtained from sources generally believed to be reliable, no warranty (expressed or implied) can be made as to its accuracy or completeness, nor is any responsibility assumed by Mitchell Repair Information Company or anyone connected with it, for loss or damages suffered through reliance on any information contained in this volume. SPECIFICALLY, NO WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR ANY OTHER WARRANTY IS MADE OR TO BE IMPLIED WITH RESPECT TO THIS VOLUME AND ITS CONTENTS. In no event will Mitchell Repair Information Company be liable for any damages, direct or indirect, consequential or compensatory, including, without limitation, lost profits, for any representations, breaches or defaults arising out of the use of this volume. Customer agrees to indemnify Mitchell Repair Information Company and hold it harmless against all claims and damages, including without limitation, reasonable attorneys fees arising out of the use of this volume, unless such claims or damages result from the infringement of any copyright or other proprietary right of any third party.

Questions regarding installation instructions or interference engine applications should be addressed to Mitchell Repair Information Companys Tech Line at 888-724-6742 extension 6112. Prepared Expressly for NAPA Belts/Hose by Mitchell Repair Information Company Copyright 2002 MITCHELL REPAIR INFORMATION COMPANY, LLC All Right Reserved Printed in the U.S. of America

NEW! Timing Component Kits

Do the complete job and reduce your warranty returns!

Why Replace Timing Belt Drive Components?


Worn idlers and tensioners damage new timing belts resulting in costly warranty returns. Idler and tensioner wear, however, is difficult to detect. Bearing wear, grease degradation due to increased underhood temperatures, seal erosion and tensioner plate seizure all reduce component life. In some cases, the lifespan of the belt tensioner or idler may already be exceeded by the time the belt is due for replacement. The cost of a labor claim associated with a timing belt system failure on an interference engine can be over $1,000 when valves are bent and pistons are damaged. Why take a chance? Avoid the warranties and comebacks by replacing critical system components.

NAPA Timing Component Kits Are The Perfect Solution


With NAPAs new Timing Component Kits, you dont have to shop for more components, buy from multiple sources or hassle with returning components that dont fit. NAPA Timing Component Kits provide a complete system replacement solution, so you can do a complete timing belt system replacement right the first time, every time. The benefits dont stop there. You also get

Reduced Labor Claims and Comebacks


By replacing all the timing belt system components, service technicians will reduce costly labor claims and comebacks.

Greater Convenience Eliminate the frustration of limited aftermarket availability of components. Kits contain the exact components needed for the most popular and critical belt replacement jobs. Ease of Parts Sourcing
You save time with kits that contain all the NAPA parts needed to do the joball under a single part number.

Save Your Customers Money


By replacing the idler, tensioner and belt at the same time, you save your customers extra labor charges.

Detailed Installation Instructions


NAPA Timing Component Kits are unique in the market. Each kit contains a complete replacement solution, plus detailed installation instructions specific to each application, so theres no guesswork required to get the right fit.

II

OE Quality Components In Each Kit


NAPA Timing Component Kits are built with quality you can depend on. Tamper-evident packaging assures you that all the parts you need are in each box. NAPA timing belts are manufactured to the toughest specifications, assuring customers a replacement belt to match the capabilities of the original belt. NAPA timing belts have positioning marks to make installation fast and easy. You wont find that with many competitive belts, which require you to count individual teeth to correctly position belts.

More Support From NAPA Belts/Hose


NAPAs Timing Belt Replacement Manual contains all the information needed for any car or light truck timing belt installation. Over 400 illustrated pages of detailed instructions. Covers domestic and imported vehicles 1970 and newer. NAPA replacement belts are listed with each application. Includes average technician labor time as well.

III

Tooth profiles arent interchangeable


The earliest timing belts had a trapezoidal profile. Competition and more demanding applications led to the development of a curvilinear profile. This, in turn, evolved to a modified curvilinear profile. Belts with different tooth profiles are not interchangeable. NAPAs complete line of more than 250 timing belt numbers continues to grow and set the industry standard. Our timing belts include the popular tooth profiles pictured at right.
Trapezoidal

Curvilinear

Modified Curvilinear

Dont be mislead by initial cost


The cost of the belt is only 5 10 percent of the cost of replacement. Changing any timing belt can be labor intensive and costly. In the case of interference engines*, the repair bill for a failed timing belt can be up to 10 times the cost of replacing the belt.

NOTE: Trapezoidal, curvilinear and modified curvilinear tooth profiles will not interchange, and a neoprene belt will not replace HSN (Highly Saturated Nitrile). Replacing a high performance timing belt with a non-OE equivalent belt may severely shorten the belt life. NAPA offers OE equivalency in timing belt replacements. Many engines from other countries use different timing belts and sprockets than like engines designed for the North American market. While these engines may look identical and fit exactly the same in similar vehicles, the belts may be vastly different. Please take special care to look for these differences if you suspect your engine may have been replaced with an imported engine.

NAPA first to use HSN


Neoprene, an excellent material in its own right, was standard until 1985, when Gates introduced the first belts made of highly-saturated nitrile (HSN). In short supply, and difficult to engineer, HSN is the material of choice for most new engine timing belts. An HSN-constructed belt appears no different than a neoprene belt, but significantly outperforms in the high-temperature engine compartments of modern vehicles.

Easy installation every time


NAPA timing belts have positioning marks to make installation fast and easy. You wont find that with many competitive belts, which require you to count individual teeth to correctly position the belt.

HSN belts are worth the price


They cost more than neoprene belts, but theyre a small percentage of the total cost of replacing a belt and theyre absolutely necessary for acceptable service life. The fact is, theyre worth every penny. Todays engines require high-performance belts. Thats why car manufacturers use HSN in so many new engines.
*In interference engines, the valves and the piston may contact each other if the timing is not set correctly.

IV

ALPHABETICAL MODEL LISTING


Make Model/ Year Engine Belt Part No. Timing Belt Component Interference Driven Water Kit Part No. Engine* Pump Recommended Replacement Interval (Miles)

A-1

Page

ACURA

Passenger Cars EL (Canadian) 1997-00 1.6L 4-Cyl. Integra 1986-89 1.6L 4-Cyl. 1992-93 1.7L 4-Cyl. 1990-94 1.8L 4-Cyl. (Exc. VTEC) 1995-96 1.8L 4-Cyl. (Exc. VTEC) 1997-01 1991-94 1995-96 1997-01 Legend 1986-87 1988-89 1990 1991-94 1995 MDX 2001 Vigor 1992-94 2.2CL 1997 1.8L 4-Cyl. (Exc. VTEC) 1.8L 4-Cyl. (VTEC) 1.8L 4-Cyl. (VTEC) 1.8L 4-Cyl. (VTEC) 2.5L V6 2.7L V6 2.7L V6 3.2L V6 (C32A1) 3.2L V6 (C32A1) 3.5L V6 (J35A3) 2.5L 5-Cyl. 2.2L 4-Cyl. Balance Shaft Camshaft 2.3CL 1999-98 2.5TL 1995-96 1997-98 3.0CL 1997-99 3.2CL 2001 3.2TL 1996 1997-98 1999-01 3.5RL 1996 2.3L 4-Cyl. Balance Shaft Camshaft 2.5L 5-Cyl. 2.5L 5-Cyl. 3.0L V6 (J30A1) 3.2L V6 (J32A1/A2) 3.2L V6 (C32A6) 3.2L V6 (C32A6) 3.2L V6 (J32A1) 3.5L V6 (C35A1) Balance Shaft Camshaft

250224 250130 250227 250184 250184 250184 250247 250247 250247 250129 250129 250129 250193 250193 250286 250211 250186 250244

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

105,000 3 60,000 1 90,000 90,000 90,000 Normal 60,000 Severe 105,000 3 90,000 90,000 Normal 60,000 Severe 105,000 3 60,000 1 60,000 1 90,000 90,000 90,000 Normal 60,000 Severe 105,000 3 90,000 90,000 Normal 2 60,000 Severe 90,000 Normal 2 60,000 Severe 105,000 3 105,000 3 90,000 Normal 60,000 Severe 105,000 3 105,000 3 105,000 3 90,000 Normal 60,000 Severe 105,000 3 105,000 3 90,000 Normal 2 60,000 Severe 90,000 Normal 2 60,000 Severe

1 4 5 7 7 7 7 7 7 13 13 13 19 19 19 15 11 9 9 9 9 9 11 11 11 15 15 19 19 19 15 22 22 22 22

250186 250244 250211 250211 250286 250286 250193 250193 250286 250280 250279

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

* - Interference engine. Other interference engine applications may exist which are not indicated here. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions. 1 - Although the vehicle manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals. 2 - The vehicle manufacturer recommends replacing all belts at the same time. 3 - See timing belt repair procedure for more information on belt replacement interval.

A-2
Make Model/ Year 3.5RL (Cont.) 1997-01 Light Trucks SLX 1996-97 1999-98

ALPHABETICAL MODEL LISTING (Cont.)


Engine Belt Part No. Component Kit Part No. Timing Belt Interference Driven Water Engine* Pump Recommended Replacement Interval (Miles) Page

ACURA (Cont.)
3.5L V6 Balance Shaft Camshaft 3.2L V6 (SOHC) 3.5L V6 (DOHC) 250280 250279 250221 250303 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 105,000 3 105,000 3 60,000 75,000 22 22 28 26

164L, LS & S 1991-93 3.0L V6 AMERICAN MOTORS Concord 1978-79 2.0L 4-Cyl. Gremlin 1977-78 2.0L 4-Cyl. Spirit 1979 2.0L 4-Cyl.

ALFA ROMEO

250120 250017 250017 250017 2520170 2520170 2520170

50,000 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1

30 32 32 32

ASUNA

Passenger Cars Sunfire (Canadian) 1993 1.8L 4-Cyl. Light Trucks Sunrunner (Canadian) 1989-95 1.6L 4-Cyl. (8-Valve) California Except California 1994-98 1.6L 4-Cyl. (16-Valve) California Except California 1999-01 1.6L 4-Cyl. (16-Valve) Allroad 2000 A4 1997-99 1996 1997 1998 1999 A4 Quattro 1997-99 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 A6 1995-96 1997 1998 1999 2000

250205

Yes

60,000

209

250212 250164 250212 250164 250212

60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000

215 215 217 217 217

AUDI

2.7L V6 DOHC 1.8L 4-Cyl. Turbo 2.8L V6, 12-Valve 2.8L V6, 12-Valve 2.8L V6, 30-Valve 2.8L V6, 30-Valve 1.8L 4-Cyl. Turbo 2.8L V6, 12-Valve 2.8L V6, 12-Valve 2.8L V6, 30-Valve 2.8L V6, 30-Valve 2.7L V6 DOHC 2.8L V6, 12-Valve 2.8L V6, 12-Valve 2.8L V6, 30-Valve 2.8L V6, 30-Valve 2.8L V6, 30-Valve

250297 250291 250218 250218 250297 250297 250291 250218 250218 250297 250297 250297 250218 250218 250297 250297 250297

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

105,000 90,000 60,000 1 90,000 90,000 75,000 90,000 60,000 1 90,000 90,000 75,000 105,000 60,000 1 90,000 90,000 75,000 105,000

57 38 62 62 64 64 38 62 62 64 64 57 62 62 64 64 64

* - Other interference engine applications may exist which are not indicated here. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions. 1 - Although the vehicle manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals. 2 - The vehicle manufacturer recommends replacing all belts at the same time. 3 - See timing belt repair procedure for more information on belt replacement interval.

ALPHABETICAL MODEL LISTING (Cont.)


Make Model/ Year Engine Belt Part No. Component Kit Part No. Timing Belt Interference Driven Water Engine* Pump Recommended Replacement Interval (Miles)

A-3

Page

AUDI (Cont.)
A6 Quattro & Quattro Turbo 1995-96 2.8L V6, 12-Valve 1997 2.8L V6, 12-Valve 1998 2.8L V6, 30-Valve 1999 2.8L V6, 30-Valve 2000 2.8L V6, 30-Valve A8 1997-98 3.7L V8 (AEW) 1999 3.7L V8 (AEW) A8 Quattro 1997-98 3.7L V8 (AEW) 1999 3.7L V8 (AEW) 2000 4.2L V8 (AKB, AUX & AYS) Cabriolet 1994-96 2.8L V6, 12-Valve 1997-98 2.8L V6, 12-Valve Coupe 1981-83 2.2L 5-Cyl. 1984-85 2.2L 5-Cyl. 113 Tooth Belt 120 Tooth Belt Coupe GT 1986-87 2.2L 5-Cyl. Coupe Quattro 1990-91 2.3L 5-Cyl. Fox 1973-79 1.6L 4-Cyl Quattro 1983 2.2L 5-Cyl. 1984-85 2.2L 5-Cyl. 113 Tooth Belt 120 Tooth Belt S4 Quattro 2001 2.7L V6 DOHC S4 Sedan 1992-94 2.2L 5-Cyl. Turbo S6 1995 2.2L 5-Cyl. Turbo S6 Quattro 1995 2.2L 5-Cyl. Turbo TT Coupe & Roadster 1.8L 4-Cyl. Turbo V8 Quattro 1990-91 3.6L V8 (PT Engine) 1992-94 4.2L V8 (ABH Engine) 80 1988-90 2.0L 4-Cyl. 1991-92 2.3L 5-Cyl. 80 Quattro 1988 2.3L 5-Cyl. 90 1988-90 2.0L 4-Cyl. 1988 2.3L 5-Cyl. 250218 250218 250297 250297 250297 250207 250207 250207 250207 250297 250218 250218 250065 250065 250127 250127 250197 250017 250065 250065 250127 250297 250225 250225 250225 250306 250207 250207 250017 250170 250127 250017 250127 2520170 2520170 Yes Yes 2520170 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 60,000 1 90,000 90,000 75,000 105,000 90,000 75,000 90,000 75,000 105,000 60,000 1 90,000 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 105,000 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 120,000 60,000 90,000 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 62 62 64 64 64 72 72 72 72 76 62 62 79 79 79 79 47 34 79 79 79 53 49 49 49 40 67 67 43 51 51 43 51

* - Other interference engine applications may exist which are not indicated here. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions. 1 - Although the vehicle manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals. 2 - The vehicle manufacturer recommends replacing all belts at the same time. 3 - See timing belt repair procedure for more information on belt replacement interval.

A-4
Make Model/ Year

ALPHABETICAL MODEL LISTING (Cont.)


Engine Belt Part No. Component Kit Part No. Timing Belt Interference Driven Water Engine* Pump Recommended Replacement Interval (Miles) Page

AUDI (Cont.)
90 (Cont.) 1989 2.3L 5-Cyl. Up To Chas. 89J396702 From Chas. 89J396703 2.3L 5-Cyl. 2.8L V6, 12-Valve 2.3L 5-Cyl. 2.3L 5-Cyl. Up To Chas. 89J394742 From Chas. 89J394743 2.3L 5-Cyl. 2.8L V6 (12-Valve) 2.3L 5-Cyl. Thru Chas. 063969 From Chas. 063970 2.3L 5-Cyl. 2.8L V6 (12-Valve) 2.3L 5-Cyl. Thru Chas. 063969 From Chas. 063970 2.3L 5-Cyl. 2.8L V6 (12-Valve) 2.2L 5-Cyl. Up To Chas. 44K400000 2.2L 5-Cyl. From Chas. 44K400001 2.2L 5-Cyl. 2.2L 5-Cyl. Thru Chas. 44K004457 From Chas. 44K004458 2.2L 5-Cyl. 250127 250170 250170 250218 250127 250127 250170 250170 250218 250127 250170 250170 250218 250127 250170 250170 250218 250127 250170 250170 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 51 51 51 62 51 51 51 51 62 51 51 51 62 51 51 51 62 79 79 79

1990-91 1993-95 90 Quattro 1988 1989 1990-92 1993-95 100 1988-91 1990-91 1992-94 100 Quattro 1988-91 1990-91 1992-94 200 1989 1989 1990-91 200 Quattro 1989

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

1990-91 4000 1980-83 1.7L 4-Cyl. 1982-83 1.6L 4-Cyl. Diesel 1980-81 2.2L 5-Cyl. 4000CS 1986-87 2.2L 5-Cyl. 4000CS Quattro 1987 2.2L 5-Cyl. 4000S 1984-87 1.8L 4-Cyl. 4000S Quattro 1984-85 2.2L 5-Cyl. 113 Tooth Belt 120 Tooth Belt 1986 2.2L 5-Cyl.

250127 250170 250170 250017 250043 250065 250127 250127 250017 250065 250127 250127 2520170 Yes 2520170

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1

79 79 79 34 33 79 79 79 36 79 79 79

Yes Yes Yes

60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1

* - Other interference engine applications may exist which are not indicated here. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions. 1 - Although the vehicle manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals. 2 - The vehicle manufacturer recommends replacing all belts at the same time. 3 - See timing belt repair procedure for more information on belt replacement interval.

ALPHABETICAL MODEL LISTING (Cont.)


Make Model/ Year Engine Belt Part No. Component Kit Part No. Timing Belt Interference Driven Water Engine* Pump Recommended Replacement Interval (Miles)

A-5

Page

AUDI (Cont.)
5000 1979-83 1979-83 2.0L 5-Cyl. Diesel Camshaft Injection Pump 2.0L 5-Cyl.Turbo Diesel Camshaft Injection Pump 2.2L 5-Cyl. Turbo 250083 250082 250083 250082 250065 250127 250127 250127 250065 250127 250127 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 60,000 60,000
1, 2 1, 2

45 45 45 45 79 51 79 51 79 79 79

1978-83 5000 Quattro 1988 2.3L 5-Cyl. 5000CS Quattro 1987-88 2.2L 5-Cyl. 5000S 1987-88 2.3L 5-Cyl. 1984-85 2.2L 5-Cyl. 113 Tooth Belt 120 Tooth Belt 1986-87 2.2L 5-Cyl.

60,000 1, 2 60,000 1, 2 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1

BMW

325 Series 1987-88 1989-91 1984-88 525i 1989-95 528e 1982-88

2.5L 6-Cyl. 127 Tooth Belt 128 Tooth Belt 2.5L 6-Cyl. 2.7L 6-Cyl. 127 Tooth Belt 128 Tooth Belt 2.5L 6-Cyl. 2.7L 6-Cyl. 127 Tooth Belt 128 Tooth Belt

250131 250106 250131 250131 250106 250131 250131 250106

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000

81 81 81 81 81 81 81 81

BUICK

Skyhawk 1982-86 1987-88

1.8L 4-Cyl. 2.0L 4-Cyl.

250081 250081

Yes Yes

60,000 1 60,000 1

228 229

CADILLAC
Catera 1997-01

CHEVROLET

3.0L V6 (DOHC)

250285

Yes

Yes

100,000

231

Passenger Cars Chevette 1976 1.4L 4-Cyl. 1977 1.4L 4-Cyl. 1976 1.6L 4-Cyl. 1977-78 1.6L 4-Cyl. 1979-87 1.6L 4-Cyl. 1981-86 1.8L 4-Cyl. Diesel Lumina (Exc. Van) 1991-95 3.4L V6 1996-97 3.4L V6

250037 250039 250037 250039 250061 250076 250192 250273

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 60,000

221 221 221 221 221 226 238 238

* - Other interference engine applications may exist which are not indicated here. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions. 1 - Although the vehicle manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals. 2 - The vehicle manufacturer recommends replacing all belts at the same time. 3 - See timing belt repair procedure for more information on belt replacement interval.

A-6
Make Model/ Year Metro 1989-00 1998-01 Monte Carlo 1995 1996-97 Nova 1988 1985-88 Spectrum 1985-87 1988-89 Sprint 1985-88 1989-91

ALPHABETICAL MODEL LISTING (Cont.)


Engine Belt Part No. Component Kit Part No. Timing Belt Interference Driven Water Engine* Pump Recommended Replacement Interval (Miles) Page

CHEVROLET (Cont.)
1.0L 3-Cyl. 1.3L 4-Cyl. 3.4L V6 3.4L V6 1.6L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 1.6L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) 1.5L 4-Cyl Up To 4/30/87 From 5/1/87 1.5L 4-Cyl. 1.0L 3-Cyl. 1.0L 3-Cyl. 250194 250194 250192 250273 250112 250070 250118 250162 250162 250095 250166 2520700 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 2521941 2521941 Yes Yes Yes Yes 100,000 100,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 211 213 238 238 224 224 219 219 219 211 211

CHEVROLET/G.M.C.

Light Trucks LUV 1981-82 2.2L 4-Cyl. Diesel S10 & S15 Pickups 1983-85 2.2L 4-Cyl. Diesel Tracker 1998 1.6L 4-Cyl. (16-Valve) California Except California 1999-01 1.6L 4-Cyl. (16-Valve)

250075 250075 250212 250164 250212

Yes Yes

60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000

323 323 217 217 217

CHRYSLER
Cirrus 2000 2.0L 4-Cyl. (SOHC, VIN C) 2.4L 4-Cyl. (DOHC, VIN X) 2.4L 4-Cyl. (DOHC, VIN X) 2.5L V6 3.2L V6 3.2L V6 3.5L V6 3.5L V6 3.5LV6 250245 250265 250265 250259 250295 250295 250219 250255 250295 250071 250071 250295 250295 2520710 2520710 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 100,000 Federal 105,000 Calif. 105,000 100,000 Federal 105,000 California 60,000 3 105,000 100,000 Federal 105,000 California 105,000 105,000 100,000 Federal 105,000 California 60,000 1 60,000 1 105,000 100,000 Federal 105,000 California 105,000 105,000 93 93 106 106 106 108 123 123 123 123 123 123 123 101 101 123 123 123 123 123

1995-99 2000 1995-00 Concorde 1998-99 2000 1993-94 1995-97 2000

E Class 1983-84 2.2L 4-Cyl. Executive Limo (Canadian) 1986 2.2L 4-Cyl. Intrepid (Canadian) 1998-99 3.2L V6 2000 3.2L V6

1993-94 3.5L V6 250219 Yes 1995-97 3.5L V6 250255 Yes * - Other interference engine applications may exist which are not indicated here. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions. 1 - Although the vehicle manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals. 2 - The vehicle manufacturer recommends replacing all belts at the same time. 3 - See timing belt repair procedure for more information on belt replacement interval.

ALPHABETICAL MODEL LISTING (Cont.)


Make Model/ Year Engine Belt Part No. Component Kit Part No. Timing Belt Interference Driven Water Engine* Pump Recommended Replacement Interval (Miles)

A-7

Page

CHRYSLER (Cont.)

Laser 1984-86 2.2L 4-Cyl. 1986 2.5L 4-Cyl. LeBaron & LeBaron GTS 1982-88 2.2L 4-Cyl. 1989-90 2.2L 4-Cyl. 1986-87 2.5L 4-Cyl. 1988 2.5L 4-Cyl. 1989-94 2.5L 4-Cyl. 1990-93 3.0L V6 (SOHC) 1994-95 3.0L V6 (SOHC) LHS 1994 3.5L V6 1995-97 3.5L V6 1998-99 3.5LV6 2000 3.5LV6 New Yorker 1983-88 2.2L 4-Cyl. 1986-87 2.5L 4-Cyl. 1988 2.5L 4-Cyl. 1988-89 3.0L V6 (SOHC) 1994 3.5L V6 1995-96 3.5L V6 Sebring Coupe 1995-99 2.0L 4-Cyl. (DOHC, VIN Y) 1995-00 2.5L V6 Sebring Convertible 1996-99 2.4L 4-Cyl. (DOHC, VIN X) 1997-00 2.5L V6 TC 1990 2.2L 4-Cyl. (DOHC, VIN R) 1990-91 3.0L V6 (SOHC) Town & Country 1982-88 2.2L 4-Cyl. 1986-87 2.5L 4-Cyl. 1988 2.5L 4-Cyl. 300M 1998-99 3.5LV6 2000 3.5LV6

250071 250114 250071 250153 250114 250132 250153 250139 250139 250219 250255 250295 250295 250071 250114 250132 250139 250219 250255 250246 250259 250265 250259 250153 250139 250071 250114 250132 250295 250295

2520710 2520710 2521530 2521530 2521390 2521390 Yes Yes Yes Yes 2520710 2521390

60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 60,000 1 105,000 105,000 105,000 100,000 Federal 105,000 California 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 105,000 105,000 60,000 3 60,000 3 105,000 60,000 3 60,000 1 60,000 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 Yes Yes 105,000 100,000 Federal 105,000 California

101 101 101 101 101 101 101 110 110 123 123 123 123 123 101 101 101 110 123 123 133 108 106 108 98 110 101 101 101 123 123 123

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

2521530 2521390 2520710

DAEWOO
Laganza 1999-01 2.2L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 1.6L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 2.0L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 250305 250310 250309 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 72,000 Federal 102,000 Federal 3 60,000 Federal 102,000 Federal 3 72,000 Federal 102,000 Federal 3 150 150 145 145 148 148

Lanos 1999-01 Nubira 1999-01

* - Other interference engine applications may exist which are not indicated here. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions. 1 - Although the vehicle manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals. 2 - The vehicle manufacturer recommends replacing all belts at the same time. 3 - See timing belt repair procedure for more information on belt replacement interval.

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Make Model/ Year

ALPHABETICAL MODEL LISTING (Cont.)


Engine Belt Part No. Component Kit Part No. Timing Belt Interference Driven Water Engine* Pump Recommended Replacement Interval (Miles) Page

DAEWOO (Cont.)
Optima (Canadian) 1988-91 1.6L 4-Cyl. 1988-89 2.0L 4-Cyl. 1990-91 2.0L 4-Cyl. 250081 250081 250163 Yes Yes Yes 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 147 147 147

DAIHATSU

2521630

Passenger Cars Charade 1988-92 1.0L 3-Cyl. 1988-92 1.3L 4-Cyl. Light Trucks Rocky 1990-92 1.6L 4-Cyl.

250178 250181 250182

Yes Yes Yes

60,000 60,000 60,000

152 154 154

Passenger Cars Aries 1981-88 2.2L 4-Cyl. 1989 2.2L 4-Cyl. 1986-87 2.5L 4-Cyl. 1988 2.5L 4-Cyl. 1989 2.5L 4-Cyl. Avenger 1995-99 2.0L 4-Cyl. (DOHC, VIN Y) 1995-00 2.5L V6 Challenger 1978-79 (RWD) 1.6L 4-Cyl. w/o Bal. Shaft 1978-79 1.6L 4-Cyl. Balance Shaft Camshaft Charger 1983 1.7L 4-Cyl 1983-87 2.2L 4-Cyl. Colt 1979-84 1.4L 4-Cyl. 1985-86 1.5L 4-Cyl. 1987-90 1.5L 4-Cyl. 1991-94 1.5L 4-Cyl. 1978-79 (RWD) 1.6L 4-Cyl. w/o Bal. Shaft 1979-82 (FWD)1.6L 4-Cyl. w/o Bal. Shaft 1983-89 1.6L 4-Cyl. w/o Bal. Shaft 1977-80 1.6L 4-Cyl. Balance Shaft Camshaft 1989-90 1.6L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 1989-90 1.8L 4-Cyl. (VIN T) 1992-94 1.8L 4-Cyl. (VINs C & D) Colt (Canadian) 1985-86 1.5L 4-Cyl. 1989-91 1.5L 4-Cyl. 1992 & 1995 1.5L 4-Cyl.

DATSUN (SEE NISSAN) DODGE

250071 250153 250114 250132 250153 250246 250259 250064 250062 250013 250017 250071 250073 250073 250128 250191 250064 250064 250093 250062 250013 250165 250093 250201 250073 250128 250191

2520710 2521530 2521530 Yes Yes Yes Yes

60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 3 60,000 3 60,000 60,000 2 60,000 2

101 101 101 101 101 133 108 87 85 85 89 101 83 114 114 114 87 87 87 85 85 125 91 131 114 114 114

2520170 2520710 Yes Yes Yes

60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 2 60,000 2 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000

2521280 2521910

Yes Yes 2521280 2521910 Yes Yes

* - Other interference engine applications may exist which are not indicated here. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions. 1 - Although the vehicle manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals. 2 - The vehicle manufacturer recommends replacing all belts at the same time. 3 - See timing belt repair procedure for more information on belt replacement interval.

ALPHABETICAL MODEL LISTING (Cont.)


Make Model/ Year Engine Belt Part No. Component Kit Part No. Timing Belt Interference Driven Water Engine* Pump Recommended Replacement Interval (Miles)

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DODGE (Cont.)
Colt Vista (Includes Canadian) 1992-94 1.8L 4-Cyl. (VINs C & D) 1984-86 2.0L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) Balance Shaft Camshaft 1987-91 2.0L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) Balance Shaft Camshaft 1992 2.4L 4-Cyl. Balance Shaft Camshaft 1993 2.4L 4-Cyl. Balance Shaft Camshaft 1994 2.4L 4-Cyl. Balance Shaft Camshaft Colt Wagon (Includes Canadian) 1989-90 1.8L 4-Cyl. (VIN T) 1992 2.4L 4-Cyl. Balance Shaft Camshaft 1993 2.4L 4-Cyl. Balance Shaft Camshaft 1994 2.4L 4-Cyl. Balance Shaft Camshaft Colt 100 (Canadian) 1989-90 1.6L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) Colt 200 (Canadian) 1989-90 1.6L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) Daytona & Daytona Shelby 1984-88 2.2L 4-Cyl. 1989-93 2.2L 4-Cyl. 1992-93 2.2L 4-Cyl. (DOHC, VIN A) 1986-87 2.5L 4-Cyl. 1988 2.5L 4-Cyl. 1989-93 2.5L 4-Cyl. 1990-93 3.0L V6 (SOHC) Dynasty 1989-93 2.5L 4-Cyl. 1988-93 3.0L V6 (SOHC) Expo (Canadian) 1987-88 2.2L 4-Cyl. 1989 2.2L 4-Cyl. Intrepid 1998-99 3.2L V6 2000 3.2L V6 1993-94 1995-97 2000 3.5L V6 3.5L V6 3.5L V6 250201 250090 250089 250159 250158 250159 250204 250159 250230 250168 250230 250093 250159 250204 250159 250230 250168 250230 250165 250165 250071 250153 250206 250114 250132 250153 250139 250153 250139 250071 250153 250295 250295 250219 250255 250295 2520710 2521530 Yes Yes 2521581 2521581 Yes 60,000 60,000 2 60,000 2 60,000 2 60,000 2 60,000 2 60,000 2 60,000 2 60,000 2 60,000 2 60,000 2 60,000 60,000 2 60,000 2 60,000 2 60,000 2 60,000 2 60,000 2 60,000 60,000 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 60,000 1 60,000 60,000 1 60,000 1 Yes Yes Yes Yes 105,000 100,000 Federal 105,000 California 105,000 105,000 100,000 Federal 105,000 California 131 121 121 121 121 136 136 136 136 136 136 91 136 136 136 136 136 136 125 125 101 101 96 101 101 101 110 101 110 101 101 123 123 123 123 123 123 123

2521530 2521390 2521530 2521390 2520710 2521530

* - Other interference engine applications may exist which are not indicated here. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions. 1 - Although the vehicle manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals. 2 - The vehicle manufacturer recommends replacing all belts at the same time. 3 - See timing belt repair procedure for more information on belt replacement interval.

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Make Model/ Year Lancer 1985-88 1989 1986-87 1988 1989 Neon 1995-99 1995-00 Omni 1978-83 1981-88 1989-90 Rampage 1982-84 Shadow 1987-88 1989-94 1988 1989-94 1992-93 1994 Spirit 1991-92 1989-95 1989-93 1994-95 Stealth 1991-96 1991-93 1994-96 Stratus 2000 1995-99 2000

ALPHABETICAL MODEL LISTING (Cont.)


Engine Belt Part No. Component Kit Part No. Timing Belt Interference Driven Water Engine* Pump Recommended Replacement Interval (Miles) Page

DODGE (Cont.)
2.2L 4-Cyl. 2.2L 4-Cyl. 2.5L 4-Cyl. 2.5L 4-Cyl. 2.5L 4-Cyl. 2.0L 4-Cyl. (DOHC, VIN Y) 2.0L 4-Cyl. (SOHC, VIN C) 1.7L 4-Cyl. 2.2L 4-Cyl. 2.2L 4-Cyl. 2.2L 4-Cyl. 2.2L 4-Cyl. 2.2L 4-Cyl. 2.5L 4-Cyl. 2.5L 4-Cyl. 3.0L V6 (SOHC) 3.0L V6 (SOHC) 2.2L 4-Cyl. (DOHC, VIN A) 2.5L 4-Cyl. 3.0L V6 (SOHC) 3.0L V6 (SOHC) 3.0L V6 (DOHC) 3.0L V6 (SOHC) 3.0L V6 (SOHC) 2.0L 4-Cyl. (SOHC, VIN C) 2.4L 4-Cyl. (DOHC, VIN X) 2.4L 4-Cyl. (DOHC, VIN X) 250071 250153 250114 250132 250153 250246 250245 250017 250071 250153 250071 250071 250153 250132 250153 250139 250139 250206 250153 250139 250139 250195 250139 250139 250245 250265 250265 250259 250017 250071 250071 250071 250114 250132 250159 250155 2520170 2520710 2520710 2520710 Yes 2520170 2520710 2521530 2520710 2520710 2521530 2521530 2521390 2521390 2521530 2521390 2521390 2521390 2521390 Yes 2520710 2521530 2521530 Yes Yes Yes Yes 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 105,000 105,000 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 60,000 3 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 60,000 3 60,000 3 60,000 60,000 3 100,000 Federal 105,000 Calif. 105,000 100,000 Federal 105,000 California 60,000 3 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 2 60,000 2 101 101 101 101 101 133 93 89 101 101 101 101 101 101 101 110 110 96 101 110 110 142 110 110 93 93 106 106 106 108 89 101 101 101 101 101 121 121

Yes Yes Yes

Yes

Yes Yes Yes Yes

1995-00 2.5L V6 024 1981-82 1.7L 4-Cyl. 1981-82 2.2L 4-Cyl. 400 1982-83 2.2L 4-Cyl. 600 1983-88 2.2L 4-Cyl. 1986-87 2.5L 4-Cyl. 1988 2.5L 4-Cyl. 2000 GTX (Canadian) 1989-92 2.0L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) Balance Shaft Camshaft

* - Other interference engine applications may exist which are not indicated here. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions. 1 - Although the vehicle manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals. 2 - The vehicle manufacturer recommends replacing all belts at the same time. 3 - See timing belt repair procedure for more information on belt replacement interval.

ALPHABETICAL MODEL LISTING (Cont.)


Make Model/ Year Light Trucks Caravan 1982-88 1986-87 1988 1989-95 1996-00 1987-93 1994-96 1997-00 Dakota 1987-88 1989-95 Mini Ram Van 1984-87 1987 1988 1987-93 Raider 1989 Ram 50 1983-86 1987-89 1983-85 1990-92 1993 1990-91 Scamp Pickup 1983 Light Trucks Voyager 1982-88 1986-87 1988 1989-95 1987-93 1994-96 1997-00 1996-00 Engine Belt Part No. Component Kit Part No. Timing Belt Interference Driven Water Engine* Pump Recommended Replacement Interval (Miles)

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DODGE/PLYMOUTH
2.2L 4-Cyl. 2.5L 4-Cyl. 2.5L 4-Cyl. 2.5L 4-Cyl. 2.4L 4-Cyl. (DOHC, VIN B) 3.0L V6 (SOHC) 3.0L V6 (SOHC) 3.0L V6 (SOHC) 2.2L 4-Cyl. 2.5L 4-Cyl. 2.2L 4-Cyl. 2.5L 4-Cyl. 2.5L 4-Cyl. 3.0L V6 (SOHC) 3.0L V6 (SOHC) 2.0L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) Balance Shaft Camshaft 2.0L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) Balance Shaft Camshaft 2.3L 4-Cyl. Diesel Balance Shaft Camshaft 2.4L 4-Cyl. Balance Shaft Camshaft 2.4L 4-Cyl. Balance Shaft Camshaft 3.0L V6 (SOHC) 2.2L 4-Cyl. 2.2L 4-Cyl. 2.5L 4-Cyl. 2.5L 4-Cyl. 2.5L 4-Cyl. 3.0L V6 (SOHC) 3.0L V6 (SOHC) 3.0L V6 (SOHC) 2.4L 4-Cyl. (DOHC, VIN B) 250071 250114 250132 250153 250265 250139 250139 250139 250071 250153 250071 250114 250132 250139 250139 250090 250089 250159 250158 250092 250091 250159 250124 250168 250229 250139 250071 250071 250114 250132 250153 250139 250139 250139 250265 2521240 2521240 2521581 2521581 Yes Yes 2520710 2521530 2521390 2521390 2521390 2520710 2521530 2520710 2521390 2521390 Yes 60,000 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 120,000 60,000 60,000 3 60,000 3 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 60,000 60,000 2 60,000 2 60,000 2 60,000 2 50,000 2 50,000 2 60,000 2 60,000 2 60,000 2 60,000 2 60,000 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 60,000 3 60,000 3 120,000 101 101 101 101 104 110 110 110 101 101 101 101 101 110 110 121 121 121 121 138 138 140 140 140 140 110 101 101 101 101 101 110 110 110 104

Yes Yes Yes Yes

2521390 2520710 2520710 2521530 2521390 2521390 2521390

Yes Yes Yes Yes

EAGLE

Medallion 1989

2.2L 4-Cyl.

250140

60,000 1

156

* - Other interference engine applications may exist which are not indicated here. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions. 1 - Although the vehicle manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals. 2 - The vehicle manufacturer recommends replacing all belts at the same time. 3 - See timing belt repair procedure for more information on belt replacement interval.

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ALPHABETICAL MODEL LISTING (Cont.)


Engine Belt Part No. Component Kit Part No. Timing Belt Interference Driven Water Engine* Pump Recommended Replacement Interval (Miles) Page

EAGLE (Cont.)
Summit 1989-90 1991-96 1989-90 1992-96 1992 1993-96 1.5L 4-Cyl. 1.5L 4-Cyl. 1.6L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 1.8L 4-Cyl. (VINs C & D) 2.4L 4-Cyl. Balance Shaft Camshaft 2.4L 4-Cyl. Balance Shaft Camshaft 250128 250191 250165 250201 250159 250204 250168 250230 250201 250159 250158 250246 250168 250167 250219 250255 250128 250191 250165 250093 250159 250158 250168 250167 250159 250155 2521280 2521910 Yes Yes 2521580 2521580 2521670 2521670 Yes 2521280 2521910 Yes Yes Yes 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 2 60,000 2 60,000 2 60,000 2 60,000 60,000 2 60,000 2 60,000 3 60,000 2 60,000 2 Yes Yes 105,000 105,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 2 60,000 2 Yes Yes 60,000 2 60,000 2 60,000 2 60,000 2 114 114 125 131 136 136 136 136 131 128 128 133 116 116 123 123 114 114 125 87 121 121 116 116 121 121

Summit Wagon 1992-96 1.8L 4-Cyl. (VINs C & D) Talon 1993-94 1.8L 4-Cyl. Balance Shaft Camshaft 1995-98 2.0L 4-Cyl. (DOHC, VIN Y) 1990-99 2.0L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) Balance Shaft Camshaft Vision 1993-94 3.5L V6 1995-97 3.5L V6 Vista (Canadian) 1989-91 1.5L 4-Cyl. 1992 1.5L 4-Cyl. 1989-90 1.6L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 1989 1.6L 4-Cyl. w/o Bal. Shaft 1989-91 2.0L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) Balance Shaft Camshaft 2000GTX (Canadian) 1989-93 2.0L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) Balance Shaft Camshaft 1989-92 2.0L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) Balance Shaft Camshaft

Yes Yes Yes

Yes

2521581 2521581 2521670 2521670

FIAT

Brava 1974-78 1979-83 Spider 2000 1979-82 Strada 1979-82 X1/9 1974-78 1979-83

1.8L 4-Cyl. 2.0L 4-Cyl. 2.0L 4-Cyl. 1.5L 4-Cyl. 1.3L 4-Cyl. 1.5L 4-Cyl.

250020 250068 250068 250069 250018 250069

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

25,000 30,000 30,000 30,000 36,000 30,000

158 160 160 157 157 157

* - Other interference engine applications may exist which are not indicated here. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions. 1 - Although the vehicle manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals. 2 - The vehicle manufacturer recommends replacing all belts at the same time. 3 - See timing belt repair procedure for more information on belt replacement interval.

ALPHABETICAL MODEL LISTING (Cont.)


Make Model/ Year Engine Belt Part No. Component Kit Part No. Timing Belt Interference Driven Water Engine* Pump Recommended Replacement Interval (Miles)

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FIAT (Cont.)
124 Series 1971-74 1974-78 128 Series 1973-79 131 Series 1975-78 1.6L 4-Cyl. 1.8L 4-Cyl. 1.3L 4-Cyl. 1.8L 4-Cyl. 250020 250020 250018 250020 Yes Yes Yes Yes 25,000 25,000 36,000 25,000 158 158 157 158

FORD

Passenger Cars Aspire 1994-97 1.3L 4-Cyl. Contour 1995-97 1998-00 Escort 1981-85 1991-96 1985-90 1991 1992-96 1984-87 1997-00 2.0L 4-Cyl. (DOHC, VIN 3) 2.0L 4-Cyl. (DOHC, VIN 3) 1.6L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) 1.8L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 1.9L 4-Cyl. 1.9L 4-Cyl. Before 3/25/1991 After 3/26/1991 1.9L 4-Cyl. 2.0L 4-Cyl. Diesel Camshaft Injection Pump 2.0L 4-Cyl. (SOHC, VIN P)

250185 250258 250294 250067 250179 250067 250067 250194 250194 250103 250102 250283 250283 250294 250294 250067 250067 250014 250141 250185 250294 250294 250283 250283 250014 250014 2520140 2520140 2520670 2520670 2520140 TCK141 Yes Yes Yes Yes 2520670 TCK179 2520670 2520670 2521940 2521940 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

60,000 Federal 105,000 California 60,000 1 Inspect at 120,000; Replace if needed 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 100,000 2 100,000 2 Inspect at 120,000; Replace if needed 120,000 Inspect at 120,000; Replace if needed 120,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 1 60,000 60,000 Inspect at 120,000; Replace if needed 120,000 Inspect at 120,000; Replace if needed 120,000 60,000 1 60,000 1

161 161 178 180 165 169 165 165 165 165 172 172 184 184 180 180 165 165 189 161 161 180 180 184 184 189 189

2001 2.0L 4-Cyl. (SOHC, VIN P) Escort Coupe & ZX2 1998-00 2.0L 4-Cyl. (DOHC, VIN 3) 2001 EXP 1981-85 1985-90 Fairmont 1978-83 Festiva 1988-89 1990-93 Focus 2000 2001 2000 2001 Granada 1981-82 LTD 1983-86 2.0L 4-Cyl. (DOHC, VIN 3) 1.6L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) 1.9L 4-Cyl. 2.3L 4-Cyl. 1.3L 4-Cyl. 1.3L 4-Cyl. 2.0L 4-Cyl. (DOHC, VIN 3) 2.0L 4-Cyl. (DOHC, VIN 3) 2.0L 4-Cyl. (SOHC, VIN P) 2.0L 4-Cyl. (SOHC, VIN P) 2.3L 4-Cyl. 2.3L 4-Cyl.

* - Other interference engine applications may exist which are not indicated here. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions. 1 - Although the vehicle manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals. 2 - The vehicle manufacturer recommends replacing all belts at the same time. 3 - See timing belt repair procedure for more information on belt replacement interval.

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Make Model/ Year

ALPHABETICAL MODEL LISTING (Cont.)


Engine Belt Part No. Component Kit Part No. Timing Belt Interference Driven Water Engine* Pump Recommended Replacement Interval (Miles) Page

FORD (Cont.)
Mustang 1974-91 1992 1993 Pinto 1971-74 1974-80 Probe 1989-92 1993-97 1993-97 Taurus SHO 1989-95 1993-95 Tempo 1984-86 Thunderbird 1983-88 Light Trucks Aerostar 1987 Courier 1977-82 Escape 2001 Ranger 1983-88 1983-91 1992 1993-94 1995-97 1985-87 1998-00 2001 2.3L 4-Cyl. 2.3L 4-Cyl. Square Tooth Sprocket Round Tooth Sprocket 2.3L 4-Cyl. 2.0L 4-Cyl. 2.3L 4-Cyl. 2.2L 4-Cyl. 2.0L 4-Cyl. 2.5L V6 3.0L V6 3.2L V6 2.0L 4-Cyl. Diesel Camshaft Injection Pump 2.3L 4-Cyl. 2.3L 4-Cyl. 2.3L 4-Cyl. 2.0L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 2.0L 4-Cyl. 2.3L 4-Cyl. 2.3L 4-Cyl. Square Tooth Sprocket Round Tooth Sprocket 2.3L 4-Cyl. 2.3L 4-Cyl. 2.3L 4-Cyl. Diesel Camshaft Balance Shaft 2.5L 4-Cyl. 2.5L 4-Cyl. 250014 250014 250210 250210 250013 250014 250134 250228 250214 250248 250248 250103 250102 250014 250014 250014 250294 250014 250014 250014 250210 250210 250276 250091 250092 250276 250276 2520140 2520140 2520140 2520140 2520140 Yes Yes Yes Yes 2520140 2520140 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 Yes Yes Yes 60,000 60,000 Federal 105,000 California 60,000 Federal 105,000 California 100,000 100,000 100,000 2 100,000 2 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 120,000 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 Yes Yes 60,000 1 60,000 1 Inspect At 120,000; Replace, if needed 120,000 189 189 189 189 168 189 186 186 186 196 196 200 200 172 172 189 189 189 175 189 189 189 189 189 194 192 192 195 195

2520140 TCK134 TCK228

G.M.C. (SEE CHEVROLET/G.M.C.)

GEO

Passenger Cars Metro 1989-92 1.0L 3-Cyl. 1993 1.0L 3-Cyl. 4-Bolt Sprocket 5-Bolt Sprocket

250166 250166 250241

60,000 60,000 60,000

211 211 211

* - Other interference engine applications may exist which are not indicated here. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions. 1 - Although the vehicle manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals. 2 - The vehicle manufacturer recommends replacing all belts at the same time. 3 - See timing belt repair procedure for more information on belt replacement interval.

ALPHABETICAL MODEL LISTING (Cont.)


Make Model/ Year Engine Belt Part No. Component Kit Part No. Timing Belt Interference Driven Water Engine* Pump Recommended Replacement Interval (Miles)

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GEO (Cont.)
Metro (Cont.) 1994-95 1.0L 3-Cyl. 1996 1.0L 3-Cyl. 1997-00 1.0L 3-Cyl. 1992-93 1.3L 4-Cyl. 1994 1.3L 4-Cyl. 1995-97 1.3L 4-Cyl. Metro (Canadian) 1992-93 1.3L 4-Cyl. 1994 1.3L 4-Cyl. Prizm 1937-97 1.6L 4-Cyl. (DOHC, VIN 6) 1993-97 1.8L 4-Cyl. (DOHC, VIN B) Prizm GSI 1990-92 1.6L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) Spectrum 1985 1.5L 4-Cyl. 1986-87 1.5L 4-Cyl Up To 6/30/1986 From 7/1/1986 1988-89 1.5L 4-Cyl. Storm 1990-91 1.6L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 1990-93 1.6L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) 1992-93 1.8L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) Light Trucks Tracker 1989-95 1.6L 4-Cyl. (8-Valve) California Except California 1994-98 1.6L 4-Cyl. (16-Valve) California Except California 1999-01 1.6L 4-Cyl. (16-Valve) 250241 250194 250194 250095 250243 250272 250095 250243 250236 250235 250176 250118 250118 250162 250162 250169 250177 250205 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes TCK236 Yes Yes 2521940 2521940 60,000 60,000 100,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 30,000 60,000 211 211 211 213 213 213 213 213 207 207 203 219 219 219 219 209 205 209

250212 250164 250212 250164 250212

60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 60,000 60,000

215 215 217 217 217

HONDA

Passenger Cars Accord 1976-83 1.6L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) 1979-83 1.8L 4-Cyl. 1984-85 1.8L 4-Cyl. 1986-89 2.0L 4-Cyl. 1990-93 2.2L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) Balance Shaft Camshaft 1994 (EX) 2.2L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) Balance Shaft Camshaft 1994 (Exc. EX) 2.2L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) Balance Shaft Camshaft

250041 250041 250094 250160 250186 250187 250186 250244 250186 250187

TCK160 TCK160 TCK186 TCK186 TCK186 TCK186 TCK186 TCK186

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 90,000 2 90,000 2 90,000 2 90,000 2 90,000 2 90,000 2

253 263 263 269 278 278 278 278 278 278

* - Other interference engine applications may exist which are not indicated here. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions. 1 - Although the vehicle manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals. 2 - The vehicle manufacturer recommends replacing all belts at the same time. 3 - See timing belt repair procedure for more information on belt replacement interval.

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ALPHABETICAL MODEL LISTING (Cont.)


Engine Belt Part No. Component Kit Part No. Timing Belt Interference Driven Water Engine* Pump Recommended Replacement Interval (Miles) Page

HONDA (Cont.)
Accord (Cont.) 1995 (EX) 2.2L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) Balance Shaft Camshaft 1995 (Exc. EX) 2.2L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) Balance Shaft Camshaft 1996 2.2L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) Balance Shaft Camshaft (w/o VTEC) Camshaft (w/ VTEC) 1997 2.2L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) Balance Shaft Camshaft (w/o VTEC) Camshaft (w/ VTEC) 2.3L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) Balance Shaft Camshaft 2.7L V6 2.7L V6 3.0L V6 1.2L 4-Cyl. 1.3L 4-Cyl. Canada USA 1.3L 4-Cyl. 1.3L 4-Cyl. 1.5L 4-Cyl. 1.5L 4-Cyl. 1.5L 4-Cyl. 1.5L 4-Cyl. 1.5L 4-Cyl. 1.5L 4-Cyl. 1.6L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) 1.6L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) 1.6L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) 1.6L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) 1.6L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) 1.6L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) 1.6L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) 250186 250244 250186 250187 250186 250187 250244 250186 250187 250244 250186 250244 250263 250263 250286 250028 250028 250073 250099 250161 250041 250099 250161 250143 250143 250143 250145 250145 250145 250224 250224 250224 250224 TCK186 TCK186 TCK186 TCK186 TCK186 TCK186 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 90,000 2, Normal 60,000 2, Severe 90,000 2, Normal 60,000 2, Severe 90,000 2, Normal 60,000 2, Severe 90,000 2, Normal 60,000 2, Severe 90,000 2, Normal 60,000 2, Severe 90,000 2, Normal 60,000 2, Severe 90,000 2, Normal 60,000 2, Severe 105,000 2, 3 105,000 2, 3 105,000 2, 3 105,000 2, 3 105,000 2, 3 90,000 Normal 60,000 Normal 105,000 3 105,000 3 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 90,000 90,000, Normal 60,000, Severe 60,000 1 90,000 90,000 90,000 90,000 90,000 Normal 60,000 Severe 90,000 Normal 60,000 Severe 278 278 278 278 278 278 278 278 278 278 278 278 278 278 278 278 278 282 282 287 287 287 288 241 243 243 243 243 246 246 246 246 246 246 246 253 253 253 253 253 253 253 257 257

TCK186

1998-01 1996 1997 1998-01 Civic 1973-79 1980-83 1984-85 1986-87 1980-83 1984-85 1986-87 1988-89 1990-94 1995 1988-89 1991 1992 Except Si Si 1993-94 1995 1996

TCK161 TCK161 TCK143 TCK143 TCK143

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

* - Other interference engine applications may exist which are not indicated here. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions. 1 - Although the vehicle manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals. 2 - The vehicle manufacturer recommends replacing all belts at the same time. 3 - See timing belt repair procedure for more information on belt replacement interval.

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HONDA (Cont.)
Civic (Cont.) 1997-00 1.6L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) 2001 1.7L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) Civic CVCC 1975 1.5L 4-Cyl. 1976-79 1.5L 4-Cyl. Civic CRX 1984 1.3L 4-Cyl. 1984-85 1.5L 4-Cyl. 1986-87 1.5L 4-Cyl. 1988-89 1.6L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) 1990-91 1.6L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) Civic del Sol (Except VX) 1993-94 1.5L 4-Cyl. 1995 1.5L 4-Cyl. 1993-94 1995 1996 1997 1994 1995-95 1.6L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) 1.6L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) 1.6L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) 1.6L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) 1.6L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 1.6L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 250224 250312 250036 250041 250099 250099 250161 250145 250145 250143 250143 250224 250224 250224 250224 250227 250227 250227 250223 250223 250223 250223 250041 250041 250094 250160 250094 250160 250144 250144 250142 250141 250142 250186 250226 250186 250226 TCK036 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 105,000 3 110,000 3 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 90,000 90,000 90,000, Normal 60,000, Severe 90,000 90,000 Normal 60,000 Severe 90,000 Normal 60,000 Severe 105,000 3 90,000 90,000 Normal 60,000 Severe 105,000 3 90,000 90,000, Normal 60,000, Severe 90,000 90,000, Normal 60,000, Severe 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 90,000 60,000 1 90,000 90,000 90,000 2 90,000 2 90,000 2, Normal 60,000 2, Severe 90,000 2, Normal 60,000 2, Severe 257 260 246 246 243 246 246 253 253 246 246 246 253 253 253 257 257 257 251 251 251 251 246 246 246 246 246 246 253 263 263 263 269 269 269 269 271 271 271 273 273 273 273 273 273

TCK161

TCK143 TCK143

1997 1.6L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) Civic del Sol VX 1993-94 1.5L 4-Cyl. 1995 1.5L 4-Cyl. Civic VX 1992-94 1995 Prelude 1980-82 1979-82 1983-85 1986-87 1985 1986-87 1988-89 1990 1988-89 1990-91 1990-91 1993-94 1995-96 1.5L 4-Cyl. 1.5L 4-Cyl. 1.6L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) 1.8L 4-Cyl. 1.8L 4-Cyl. 1.8L 4-Cyl. 2.0L 4-Cyl. 2.0L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) 2.0L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) 2.0L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) 2.0L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 2.0L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 2.1L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 2.2L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) Balance Shaft Camshaft 2.2L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) Balance Shaft Camshaft

TCK160 TCK160 TCK160 TCK160

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

TCK186 TCK186 TCK186 TCK186

* - Other interference engine applications may exist which are not indicated here. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions. 1 - Although the vehicle manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals. 2 - The vehicle manufacturer recommends replacing all belts at the same time. 3 - See timing belt repair procedure for more information on belt replacement interval.

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ALPHABETICAL MODEL LISTING (Cont.)


Engine Belt Part No. Component Kit Part No. Timing Belt Interference Driven Water Engine* Pump Recommended Replacement Interval (Miles) Page

HONDA (Cont.)
Prelude (Cont.) 1997-01 2.2L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) Balance Shaft Camshaft 1992-94 2.2L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) Balance Shaft Camshaft 1995-96 2.2L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) Balance Shaft Camshaft 1992-94 1995-96 2.3L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) Balance Shaft Camshaft 2.3L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) Balance Shaft Camshaft Light Trucks CR-V 1997-01 Odyssey 1995-96 1997 1998 1999-01 Passport 1994-96 1994-97 1998-99 2000-01 250186 250226 250186 250187 250186 250187 250186 250216 250186 250216 TCK186 TCK186 TCK186 TCK186 TCK186 TCK186 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 105,000 2, 3 105,000 2, 3 90,000 2 90,000 2 90,000 2, Normal 60,000 2, Severe 90,000 2, Normal 60,000 2, Severe 90,000 2 90,000 2 90,000 2, 60,000 2, 90,000 2, 60,000 2, Normal Severe Normal Severe 273 273 278 278 278 278 278 278 278 278 278 278 278 278 266 276 276 276 276 282 282 288 285 28 291 291

2.0L 4-Cyl. 2.2L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) Balance Shaft Camshaft 2.2L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) Balance Shaft Camshaft 2.3L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) Balance Shaft Camshaft 3.5L V6 2.6L 4-Cyl. 3.2L V6 (SOHC) 3.2L V6 (DOHC) 3.2L V6 (DOHC)

250184 250186 250187 250186 250187 250186 250244 250286 250147 250221 250303 250303 TCK186 TCK186 TCK186 TCK186

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

105,000 3 90,000 2 90,000 2 105,000 2, 3 105,000 2, 3 105,000 2, 3 105,000 2, 3 105,000 3 60,000 60,000 75,000 105,000 3

HYUNDAI
Accent 1995-96 1997 1995-96 1997-01 2001 Elantra 1992-95 1993-95 1.5L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 1.5L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 1.5L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) 1.5L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) 1.6L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 1.6L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) Balance Shaft Camshaft 1.8L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) Balance Shaft Camshaft 250282 250282 250191 250191 250282 250168 250165 250168 250167 2521670 2521670 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 60,000 60,000 3 60,000 60,000 3 60,000 3 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000
2 2

2521910 2521910

293 293 294 294 296 297 297 297 297

2 2

* - Other interference engine applications may exist which are not indicated here. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions. 1 - Although the vehicle manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals. 2 - The vehicle manufacturer recommends replacing all belts at the same time. 3 - See timing belt repair procedure for more information on belt replacement interval.

ALPHABETICAL MODEL LISTING (Cont.)


Make Model/ Year Elantra (Cont.) 1996-98 1999-01 Excel 1986-89 1990-94 Scoupe 1991-93 1994-95 Sonata 1992-98 1989-91 1990-98 Tiburon 1997 1999-01 Engine Belt Part No. Component Kit Part No. Timing Belt Interference Driven Water Engine* Pump Recommended Replacement Interval (Miles)

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HYUNDAI (Cont.)
1.8L 4-Cyl. 2.0L 4-Cyl. 1.5L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) 1.5L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) 1.5L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) 1.5L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) 2.0L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) Balance Shaft Camshaft 2.4L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) Balance Shaft Camshaft 3.0L V6 1.8L 4-Cyl. 2.0L 4-Cyl. 250278 250284 250073 250128 250128 250128 250168 250167 250159 250124 250139 250278 250284 2521280 2521280 2521910 2521670 2521670 2521240 2521240 2521390 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 60,000 3 60,000 3 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 2, 3 60,000 2, 3 60,000 2 60,000 2 60,000 3 60,000 3 60,000 3 301 301 294 294 294 294 302 302 305 305 308 301 301

INFINITI

Passenger Cars J30 1993 3.0L V6 1994-97 3.0L V6 M30 1990-92 3.0L V6 Light Trucks QX4 1997-01 3.3L V6 (SOHC)

250180 250251 250104 250249

Yes Yes Yes

60,000 60,000 60,000 105,000

310 310 313 456

ISUZU

Passenger Cars I-Mark 1981-84 1.8L 4-Cyl. Diesel 1985-87 1.5L 4-Cyl. Up To 6/30/86 From 7/1/86 1988-89 1.5L 4-Cyl. 1989 1.6L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) Impulse 1985-89 2.0L 4-Cyl. Turbo 1988-89 2.3L 4-Cyl. 1990-92 1.6L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 1991-93 1.6L 4-Cyl. Turbo 1992 1.8L 4-Cyl. Stylus 1991 1.6L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 1991-93 1.6L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) 1992-93 1.8L 4-Cyl. Light Trucks Amigo 1998 2.2L 4-Cyl.

250076 250118 250162 250162 250169 250121 250122 250169 250169 250205 250169 250177 250205 250305

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 75,000

318 219 219 219 315 320 315 315 315 315 315 315 315 325

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

Yes

Yes

* - Other interference engine applications may exist which are not indicated here. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions. 1 - Although the vehicle manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals. 2 - The vehicle manufacturer recommends replacing all belts at the same time. 3 - See timing belt repair procedure for more information on belt replacement interval.

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ALPHABETICAL MODEL LISTING (Cont.)


Engine Belt Part No. Component Kit Part No. Timing Belt Interference Driven Water Engine* Pump Recommended Replacement Interval (Miles) Page

ISUZU (Cont.)
Amigo (Cont.) 1999-00 1989-93 1989-94 1998 1999 Oasis 1996 1997 1998 Pickup & PUP 1981-87 1986-95 1988-95 Rodeo 1998 1999-00 2001 1991-97 1993-97 1998 1999-01 Trooper 1990-91 1992-95 1992-97 1998 1999-01 Trooper II 1984-87 1986-87 1988-89 VehiCROSS 1999-01 2.2L 4-Cyl. 2.3L 4-Cyl. 2.6L 4-Cyl. 3.2L V6 3.2L V6 2.2L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) Balance Shaft Camshaft 2.2L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) Balance Shaft Camshaft 2.3L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) Balance Shaft Camshaft 2.2L 4-Cyl. Diesel 2.3L 4-Cyl. 2.6L 4-Cyl. 2.2L 4-Cyl. 2.2L 4-Cyl. 2.2L 4-Cyl. 2.6L 4-Cyl. 3.2L V6 (SOHC) 3.2L V6 3.2L V6 2.6L 4-Cyl. 3.2L V6 (DOHC) 3.2L V6 (SOHC) 3.5L V6 3.5L V6 2.2L 4-Cyl. Diesel 2.3L 4-Cyl. 2.6L 4-Cyl. 3.5L V6 250305 250122 250147 250303 250303 Yes Yes Yes Yes 100,000, Normal 75,000, Severe 60,000 60,000 75,000 100,000 Normal 75,000 Severe 90,000 2 90,000 2 105,000 2, 3 105,000 2, 3 105,000 2, 3 105,000 2, 3 60,000 60,000 60,000 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 75,000 100,000, Normal 75,000, Severe 75,000, Normal 60,000, Severe 60,000 60,000 75,000 100,000 Normal 75,000 Severe 60,000 60,000 60,000 75,000 100,000 Normal 75,000 Severe 60,000 60,000 60,000 Yes 100,000 Normal 75,000 Severe 325 325 320 320 334 334 334 327 327 327 327 329 329 323 320 320 325 325 325 325 325 320 332 334 334 334 320 332 332 334 334 334 323 320 320 334 334

Yes Yes

250186 250187 250186 250187 250186 250244 250075 250122 250147 250305 250305 250305 250147 250221 250303 250303 250147 T220 250221 250303 250303 250075 250122 250147 250303

TCK186 TCK186 TCK186 TCK186

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

Yes

Yes Yes Yes Yes

Yes Yes Yes

KIA

Passenger Cars Sephia 1994-95 1.6L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) 1994-95 1.6L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) 1996-97 1.6L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 1996-97 1.6L 4-Cyl. (DOHC)

250185 250185 250179 250179

TCK179 TCK179

Yes Yes Yes Yes

105,000 (Calif.) 3 60,000 (Exc. Calif.) 105,000 (Calif.) 3 60,000 (Exc. Calif.)

337 337 336 336

* - Other interference engine applications may exist which are not indicated here. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions. 1 - Although the vehicle manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals. 2 - The vehicle manufacturer recommends replacing all belts at the same time. 3 - See timing belt repair procedure for more information on belt replacement interval.

ALPHABETICAL MODEL LISTING (Cont.)


Make Model/ Year Engine Belt Part No. Component Kit Part No. Timing Belt Interference Driven Water Engine* Pump Recommended Replacement Interval (Miles)

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KIA (Cont.)

Sephia (Cont.) 1995-97 1995-97 1998-01 1998-01 1996-97 1996-97 Spectra 2000-01 2000-01 Light Trucks Sportage 1995-01 1995-01 1995 1995

1.8L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 1.8L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 1.8L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 1.8L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 1.8L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) 1.8L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) 1.8L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 1.8L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 2.0L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 2.0L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 2.0L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) 2.0L 4-Cyl. (SOHC)

250179 250179 250302 250302 250185 250185 250302 250302 250281 250281 250264 250264

TCK179 TCK179

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

105,000 (Calif.) 3 60,000 (Exc. Calif.) 105,000 (Calif.) 3 60,000 (Exc. Calif.) 105,000 (Calif.) 3 60,000 (Exc. Calif.) 105,000 (Calif.) 3 60,000 (Exc. Calif.) 105,000 (Calif.) 3 60,000 (Exc. Calif.) 105,000 (Calif.) 3 60,000 (Exc. Calif.)

336 336 339 339 337 337 339 339 341 341 343 343

LANCIA LEXUS

Beta 1976-78 ES250 1990-91 ES300 1992-93 1994-98 1999-01 GS300 1993-97 1998-01 GS400 1998-00 LS400 1990-94 1995-97 1998-00 SC300 1993-97 1998-00 SC400 1992-94 1995-97 1998-00 Light Trucks LX470 1998-01 RX-300 1999-01

1.8L 4-Cyl.

250020

Yes

25,000

344

2.5L V6 3.0L V6 3.0L V6 3.0L V6 3.0L 6-Cyl. 3.0L 6-Cyl. 4.0L V8 4.0L V8 4.0L V8 4.0L V8 3.0L 6-Cyl. 3.0L 6-Cyl. 4.0L V8 4.0L V8 4.0L V8 4.7L V8 3.0L V6

250157 250200 250257 250257 250215 250215 250298 250190 250190 250298 250215 250215 250190 250190 250298 250298 250257 Yes

Yes Yes Yes Yes

60,000 1, 3 60,000 1, 3 60,000 1, 3 90,000 60,000 1, 3 90,000

345 345 345 349 353 355 362 358 358 358 362 353 355 358 358 358 362 366 349

Yes Yes Yes Yes

90,000 60,000 1, 3 90,000, Normal 60,000, Severe 90,000 60,000 1, 3 90,000

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

60,000 1, 3 90,000, Normal 60,000, Severe 90,000 90,000 90,000

* - Other interference engine applications may exist which are not indicated here. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions. 1 - Although the vehicle manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals. 2 - The vehicle manufacturer recommends replacing all belts at the same time. 3 - See timing belt repair procedure for more information on belt replacement interval.

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ALPHABETICAL MODEL LISTING (Cont.)


Engine Belt Part No. Component Kit Part No. Timing Belt Interference Driven Water Engine* Pump Recommended Replacement Interval (Miles) Page

MAZDA

Passenger Cars Miata & MX-5 Miata 1990-92 1.6L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 1993 1.6L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 1994-96 1997-00 1997-00 2001 Millenia 1995-96 1997-00 1997-00 1995-96 1997-00 1997-00 2001 MX-3 (Includes 1988-89 1994-95 1992 1993 1992 1993-95 MX-6 1993 1994-96 1997 1997 1988-92 1993 1994-96 1997 1997 Protege 1995-97 1995-97 1998 1.8L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 1.8L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 1.8L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 1.8L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 2.3L V6 (Miller Cycle) 2.3L V6 (Miller Cycle) 2.3L V6 (Miller Cycle) 2.5L V6 2.5L V6 2.5L V6 2.5L V6 Canadian) 1.6L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 1.6L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 1.6L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) 1.6L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) 1.8L V6 1.8L V6 2.0L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 2.0L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 2.0L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 2.0L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 2.2L 4-Cyl. 2.5L V6 2.5L V6 2.5L V6 2.5L V6 1.5L 4-Cyl. 1.5L 4-Cyl. 1.5L 4-Cyl. Up To Eng. No. 19472 From Eng. No. 19473 1999-00 2001 1990-92 1993-95 1.6L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 1.6L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 1.8L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 1.8L 4-Cyl. (DOHC)

250179 250179 250179 250179 250179 250179 250267 250267 250267 250214 250214 250214 250214 250149 250179 250185 250185 250214 250214 250228 250228 250228 250228 250134 250214 250214 250214 250214 250266 250266 250266 250308 250308 250308 250179 250179

TCK179 TCK179 TCK179 TCK179 TCK179 TCK179

60,000 60,000 Federal 105,000 Calif. 60,000 Federal 105,000 Calif. 105,000 3 60,000 3 60,000 60,000 Federal 105,000 Calif. 105,000 3 60,000 3 60,000 Federal 105,000 Calif. 105,000 3 60,000 3 105,000 3

373 373 373 376 376 376 376 376 396 396 396 396 399 399 399 399 399 373 373 373 373 373 373 393 393 393 382 382 382 382 382 387 399 399 399 399 399 370 370

TCK179

Yes Yes TCK228 TCK228 TCK228 TCK228 TCK134 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

60,000 60,000 Federal 105,000 Calif. 60,000 60,000 Federal 105,000 Calif. 60,000 60,000 Federal 105,000 Calif. 60,000 60,000 Federal 105,000 Calif. 105,000 3 60,000 3 60,000 60,000 60,000 Federal 105,000 Calif. 105,000 3 60,000 3 60,000 (Ex. CA & MA) 105,000 (CA & MA) 3

TCK179

* - Other interference engine applications may exist which are not indicated here. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions. 1 - Although the vehicle manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals. 2 - The vehicle manufacturer recommends replacing all belts at the same time. 3 - See timing belt repair procedure for more information on belt replacement interval.

60,000 (Ex. CA & MA) 370 105,000 (CA & MA) 3 370 60,000 (Ex. CA & MA) 370 105,000 (CA & MA) 3 370 371 60,000 3 371 105,000 3 60,000 373 60,000 Federal 373 105,000 Calif. 373

ALPHABETICAL MODEL LISTING (Cont.)


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MAZDA (Cont.)

Protege (Cont.) 1995-96 1.8L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 1997-98 1997-98 1999-00 1999-00 1990-92 1993-94 2001 323 1988-89 1986 1987-89 1990-92 1993-94 1.8L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 1.8L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 1.8L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 1.8L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 1.8L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) 1.8L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) 2.0L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 1.6L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 1.6L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) 1.6L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) 1.8L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) 1.6L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) 2.0L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) 2.0L 4-Cyl. Square Tooth Sprocket Round Tooth Sprocket 2.0L 4-Cyl. 2.0L 4-Cyl. Diesel Camshaft Injection Pump 2.0L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 2.0L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 2.0L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 2.0L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 2.0L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 2.2L 4-Cyl. 2.5L V6 2.5L V6 2.5L V6 2.5L V6 2.5L V6 3.0L V6 (DOHC) 3.0L V6 (DOHC) 3.0L V6 (SOHC) 2.0L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) Up To Chas. 568707 From Chas. 568708 2.0L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) 2.2L 4-Cyl.

250179 250179 250179 250316 250316 250185 250185 250228 250149 250123 250141 250185 250185 250088 250088 250113 250117 250103 250102 250228 250228 250228 250228 250228 250134 250214 250214 250214 250214 250214 250183 250183 250146

TCK179 TCK179 TCK179

TCK228

Yes

60,000 Federal 105,000 Calif. 60,000 3 105,000 3 60,000 3 105,000 3 60,000 60,000 Federal 105,000 Calif. 105,000 3 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 Federal 105,000 Calif.

376 376 376 376 380 380 373 373 373 382 373 373 373 373 373 373 387 387 387 387 389 389 382 382 382 382 382 382 387 399 399 399 399 399 399 402 402 402 404

TCK141

626 1983 1984-85 1986-87 1984-85 1993 1994-96 1997-00 1997-00 2001 1988-92 1993 1994-96 1997-00 1997-00 2001 929 1990-93 1994-95 1988-91 Light Trucks B2000 1986 1987 B2200 1987-93

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 100,000 100,000 60,000 60,000 Federal 105,000 Calif. 105,000 3 60,000 3 105,000 3 60,000 60,000 60,000 Federal 105,000 Calif. 105,000 3 60,000 3 105,000 3 60,000 60,000 Federal 105,000 Calif. 60,000

TCK228 TCK228 TCK228 TCK228 TCK228 TCK134

Yes Yes TCK146 Yes

250113 250117 250117 250134 TCK134

Yes Yes Yes Yes

60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000

387 387 387 387

* - Other interference engine applications may exist which are not indicated here. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions. 1 - Although the vehicle manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals. 2 - The vehicle manufacturer recommends replacing all belts at the same time. 3 - See timing belt repair procedure for more information on belt replacement interval.

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Make Model/ Year B2300 1994 1997-95 B2500 1998-00 MPV 1988-93 1994-96 1997-98 1997-98 Tribute 2001

ALPHABETICAL MODEL LISTING (Cont.)


Engine Belt Part No. Component Kit Part No. Timing Belt Interference Driven Water Engine* Pump Recommended Replacement Interval (Miles) Page

MAZDA (Cont.)
2.3L 4-Cyl. 2.3L 4-Cyl. 2.5L 4-Cyl. 3.0L V6 (SOHC) 3.0L V6 (SOHC) 3.0L V6 (SOHC) 3.0L V6 (SOHC) 2.0L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 250210 250276 250276 250146 250146 250146 250146 250294 TCK146 TCK146 TCK146 TCK146 Yes Yes Yes Yes 60,000 60,000 120,000 60,000 60,000 Federal 105,000 Calif. 105,000 3 60,000 3 120,000 391 391 392 404 404 404 404 404 384

MERCURY

Passenger Cars Bobcat 1974-80 2.3L 4-Cyl. Capri 1972 1.6L 4-Cyl. 1971-74 2.0L 4-Cyl. 1991-94 1.6L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 1976-86 2.3L 4-Cyl. Cougar 1981-86 2.3L 4-Cyl. 1998-00 2.0L 4-Cyl. (DOHC, VIN 3) 2001 LN7 1981-85 1981-85 1985-87 1984-87 Marquis 1983-86 Mystique 1995-97 1998-00 Topaz 1984-86 Tracer 1987-90 1991-96 1991 1992-96 2.0L 4-Cyl. (DOHC, VIN 3) 1.6L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) 1.6L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) 1.9L 4-Cyl. 2.0L 4-Cyl. Diesel Camshaft Injection Pump 2.3L 4-Cyl. 2.0L 4-Cyl. (DOHC, VIN 3) 2.0L 4-Cyl. (DOHC, VIN 3) 2.0L 4-Cyl. Diesel Camshaft Injection Pump 1.6L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) 1.8L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 1.9L 4-Cyl. Before 3/25/1991 After 3/26/1991 1.9L 4-Cyl.

250014 250013 250013 250179 250014 250014 250294 250294 250067 250067 250067 250103 250102 250014 250258 250294

2520140

60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 60,000 1 60,000 1 Inspect at 120,000, Replace if needed 120,000 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 60,000 60,000 60,000 100,000 2 100,000 2 60,000 1 60,000 1000 Inspect at 120,000, Replace if needed Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 100,000 2 100,000 2 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000

189 168 168 163 189 189 180 180 165 165 165 172 172 189 178 180 172 172 165 169 165 165 165

TCK179 2520140 2520140

2520670 2520670 2520670

2520140

250103 250102 250141 250179 250067 250194 250194 TCK141 TCK179 2520670 2521940 2521940

Yes Yes Yes Yes

* - Other interference engine applications may exist which are not indicated here. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions. 1 - Although the vehicle manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals. 2 - The vehicle manufacturer recommends replacing all belts at the same time. 3 - See timing belt repair procedure for more information on belt replacement interval.

ALPHABETICAL MODEL LISTING (Cont.)


Make Model/ Year Tracer (Cont.) 1997-00 2001 Zephyr 1978-83 Light Trucks Villager 1993 1994-98 Engine Belt Part No. Component Kit Part No. Timing Belt Interference Driven Water Engine* Pump Recommended Replacement Interval (Miles)

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MERCURY (Cont.)
2.0L 4-Cyl. (SOHC, VIN P) 2.0L 4-Cyl. (SOHC, VIN P) 2.3L 4-Cyl. 3.0L V6 (SOHC) 3.0L V6 (SOHC) 250283 250283 250014 250104 250249 2520140 TCK104 Yes Yes Inspect at 120,000, Replace if needed 120,000 60,000 1 105,000 105,000 184 184 189 198 198

MERKUR
XR4Ti 1985-89 2.3L 4-Cyl. 250014 2520140 60,000 1 189

MITSUBISHI

Passenger Cars Cordia & Tredia 1983-84 1.8L 4-Cyl. Balance Shaft Camshaft 1985-86 1.8L 4-Cyl. Balance Shaft Camshaft 1987-88 1.8L 4-Cyl. Balance Shaft Camshaft 1984 2.0L 4-Cyl. Balance Shaft Camshaft 1985-86 2.0L 4-Cyl. Balance Shaft Camshaft 1987-88 2.0L 4-Cyl. Balance Shaft Camshaft Diamante 1992-93 3.0L V6 (DOHC) 1994-96 3.0L V6 (DOHC) 1992-93 3.0L V6 (SOHC, 12-Valve) 1994-96 3.0L V6 (SOHC, 12-Valve) 1997-01 Eclipse 1990-94 1995-97 1998-99 3.5L V6 (SOHC) 1.8L 4-Cyl. Balance Shaft Camshaft 2.0L 4-Cyl. (Non-Turbo) DOHC, VIN Y 2.0L 4-Cyl. (Non-Turbo) DOHC, VIN Y

250090 250089 250159 250089 250159 250158 250090 250089 250159 250089 250159 250158 250195 250195 250139 250139 250287 250159 250158 250246 250246 2521580 2521580 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 2521580 2521580

60,000 2 60,000 2 60,000 2 60,000 2 60,000 2 60,000 2 60,000 2 60,000 2 60,000 2 60,000 2 60,000 2 60,000 2 60,000 60,000 3 60,000 60,000 Federal 100,000 Calif. 60,000 3 60,000 2 60,000 2 60,000 Federal 3 100,000 Calif. 3 60,000 3

411 411 411 411 411 411 411 411 411 411 411 411 142 142 430 430 430 442 128 128 133 133 133

2521390 2521390

Yes

* - Other interference engine applications may exist which are not indicated here. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions. 1 - Although the vehicle manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals. 2 - The vehicle manufacturer recommends replacing all belts at the same time. 3 - See timing belt repair procedure for more information on belt replacement interval.

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Make Model/ Year

ALPHABETICAL MODEL LISTING (Cont.)


Engine Belt Part No. Component Kit Part No. Timing Belt Interference Driven Water Engine* Pump Recommended Replacement Interval (Miles) Page

MITSUBISHI (Cont.)

Eclipse (Cont.) 1990-94 2.0L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) Balance Shaft Camshaft 1995-97 2.0L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) Turbo Balance Shaft Camshaft 1998-99 2.0L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) Turbo Balance Shaft Camshaft 1996 2.4L 4-Cyl. (SOHC, VIN G) Balance Shaft Camshaft 2.4L 4-Cyl. (SOHC, VIN G) Balance Shaft Camshaft 2000-01 2.4L 4-Cyl. (SOHC, VIN G) Balance Shaft Camshaft 2000-01 3.0L V6 (SOHC, 24-Valve) Expo & Expo LRV 1992-93 1.8L 4-Cyl. (VINs C & D) 1994 1.8L 4-Cyl. (VINs C & D) 1992 1993-95 Galant 1989-92 1993 1989-92 1993 2.4L 4-Cyl. Balance Shaft Camshaft 2.4L 4-Cyl. Balance Shaft Camshaft 2.0L 4-Cyl. Balance Shaft Camshaft 2.0L 4-Cyl. Balance Shaft Camshaft 2.0L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) Balance Shaft Camshaft 2.0L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) Balance Shaft Camshaft 1997-98

250168 250167 250168 250167 250168 250167 250168 250230

2521670 2521670 2521670 2521670 2521670 2521670

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

60,000 2 60,000 2 60,000 Federal 2, 3 100,000 Calif. 2, 3 60,000 Federal 2, 3 100,000 Calif. 2, 3 60,000 2, 3 100,000 2, 3 60,000 2, 3 100,000 2, 3 60,000 Federal 2 100,000 Calif.2 60,000 Federal 2 100,000 Calif.2 60,000 2 , 3 60,000 2 , 3 60,000 2 , 3 60,000 2 , 3 60,000 3 60,000 60,000 Federal 100,000 California 3 60,000 2 60,000 2 60,000 2 60,000 2

414 414 414 414 414 414 414 414 414 414 425 425 425 425 425 425 425 425 435 131 131 131 136 136 136 136 411 411 411 411 414 414 414 414

250168 250230 250168 250232 250259 250201 250201 250159 250204 250168 250230 250159 250155 250168 250232 250168 250167 250168 250232 TCK155 TCK155 TCK232 TCK232 2521670 2521670 TCK232 TCK232

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

Yes Yes Yes

60,000 2 60,000 2 60,000 2 60,000 2 Yes Yes Yes Yes 60,000 2 60,000 2 60,000 2 60,000 2

* - Other interference engine applications may exist which are not indicated here. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions. 1 - Although the vehicle manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals. 2 - The vehicle manufacturer recommends replacing all belts at the same time. 3 - See timing belt repair procedure for more information on belt replacement interval.

ALPHABETICAL MODEL LISTING (Cont.)


Make Model/ Year Galant (Cont.) 1994 Engine Belt Part No. Component Kit Part No. Timing Belt Interference Driven Water Engine* Pump Recommended Replacement Interval (Miles)

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MITSUBISHI (Cont.)
2.4L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) Balance Shaft Camshaft Up To May, 1994 From June, 1994 1995-96 2.4L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) Balance Shaft Camshaft 1985-87 1994-96 2.4L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) Balance Shaft Camshaft 2.4L 4-Cyl. (SOHC, VIN G) Balance Shaft Camshaft 1997-98 1999-01 1988 1999-01 Mirage 1985-86 1987-90 1991-93 1994-96 1997-01 1997-01 1985-88 1989-92 1993 1994-96 2.4L 4-Cyl. (SOHC, VIN G) Balance Shaft Camshaft 2.4L 4-Cyl. (SOHC, VIN G) Balance Shaft Camshaft 3.0L V6 (SOHC, 12-Valve) 3.0L V6 (SOHC, 24-Valve) 1.5L 4-Cyl. 1.5L 4-Cyl. 1.5L 4-Cyl. 1.5L 4-Cyl. 1.5L 4-Cyl. 1.5L 4-Cyl. 1.6L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) 1.6L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 1.8L 4-Cyl. (VINs C & D) 1.8L 4-Cyl. (VINs C & D) 250168 250256 250230 250168 250230 250159 250124 250168 250230 2521240 2521240 Yes Yes TCK256 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 60,000 Federal 100,000 Calif. 60,000 Federal 100,000 Calif. 60,000 Federal 100,000 Calif. 60,000 Federal 100,000 Calif. 60,000 Federal 100,000 Calif. 60,000 2 60,000 2 60,000 Federal 2 100,000 Calif.2 60,000 Federal 2 100,000 Calif.2 60,000 2 , 3 60,000 2 , 3 60,000 2 , 3 60,000 2 , 3 60,000 60,000 3 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 Federal 60,000 Calif. 3 100,000 3 60,000 3 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 Federal 100,000 Calif. 3 100,000 3 60,000 3 60,000 60,000 Yes 60,000 419 419 419 419 419 419 419 419 419 419 422 422 425 425 425 425 425 425 425 425 430 435 406 406 406 406 406 406 406 409 125 131 131 131 131 131 406 406 430

250168 250230 250168 250232 250139 250259 250073 250128 250191 250191 250289 250289 250093 250165 250201 250201 250288 250288 250073 250128 250139 2521280 2521390

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

2521390

Yes Yes

2521280 2521910 2521910

Yes Yes Yes Yes

1997-00 1.8L 4-Cyl. 1997-00 1.8L 4-Cyl. Precis 1987-89 1.5L 4-Cyl. 1990-93 1.5L 4-Cyl. Sigma 1989-90 3.0L V6 (SOHC, 12-Valve) Tredia (See Cordia)

Yes Yes

* - Other interference engine applications may exist which are not indicated here. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions. 1 - Although the vehicle manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals. 2 - The vehicle manufacturer recommends replacing all belts at the same time. 3 - See timing belt repair procedure for more information on belt replacement interval.

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Make Model/ Year 3000GT 1991-93 1992-98 1997-98 Light Trucks Montero 1989-93 1994 1995-96 1994-96

ALPHABETICAL MODEL LISTING (Cont.)


Engine Belt Part No. Component Kit Part No. Timing Belt Interference Driven Water Engine* Pump Recommended Replacement Interval (Miles) Page

MITSUBISHI (Cont.)
3.0L V6 (DOHC) 3.0L V6 (DOHC) 3.0L V6 (SOHC, 12-Valve) 3.0L V6 (SOHC, 12-Valve) 3.0L V6 (SOHC, 12-Valve) 3.0L V6 (SOHC, 24-Valve) 3.5L V6 (DOHC) 3.5L V6 (SOHC) 2.4L 4-Cyl. (SOHC, VIN G) Balance Shaft Camshaft 2.4L 4-Cyl. (SOHC, VIN G) Balance Shaft Camshaft 3.0L V6 (SOHC, 24-Valve) 3.5L V6 (SOHC) 2.0L 4-Cyl. Balance Shaft Camshaft 2.0L 4-Cyl. Balance Shaft Camshaft 2.3L 4-Cyl. Diesel Balance Shaft Camshaft 2.4L 4-Cyl. Balance Shaft Camshaft 2.4L 4-Cyl. Balance Shaft Camshaft 3.0L V6 (SOHC, 12-Valve) 3.0L V6 (SOHC, 12-Valve) 2.4L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) Balance Shaft Camshaft 250195 250195 250139 250139 250139 250259 250253 250287 250168 250230 250168 250232 250259 250287 250090 250089 250159 250158 250092 250091 250159 250124 250168 250229 250139 250139 2521240 2521240 2521581 2521581 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 60,000 60,000 3 60,000 3 60,000 60,000 Federal 100,000 Calif. 60,000 Federal 100,000 Calif. 60,000 Federal 100,000 Calif. 60,000 3 60,000 2 , 3 60,000 2 , 3 60,000 2 , 3 60,000 2 , 3 60,000 3 60,000 3 60,000 2 60,000 2 60,000 2 60,000 2 50,000 2 50,000 2 60,000 2 60,000 2 60,000 2 60,000 2 60,000 60,000 Federal 100,000 Calif. 60,000 2 60,000 2 142 142 430 430 430 430 435 435 439 439 442 425 425 425 425 435 442 411 411 411 411 138 138 140 140 140 140 430 430 430 422 422

2521390 2521390 2521390

1997-00 Montero Sport 1997-98 1999 1997-01 1997-01 Pickup 1983-86 1987-89 1983-86 1990-92 1993-96 1990-93 1994 Van 1987-90

Yes Yes

2521390 2521390

Yes Yes

250159 250124

2521240 2521240

NISSAN

Passenger Cars Maxima 1985 3.0L V6 (SOHC) 1996-91 3.0L V6 (SOHC)

250104 250104

TCK104 TCK104

Yes Yes

60,000

454 454

* - Other interference engine applications may exist which are not indicated here. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions. 1 - Although the vehicle manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals. 2 - The vehicle manufacturer recommends replacing all belts at the same time. 3 - See timing belt repair procedure for more information on belt replacement interval.

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Make Model/ Year Engine Belt Part No. Component Kit Part No. Timing Belt Interference Driven Water Engine* Pump Recommended Replacement Interval (Miles)

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Maxima (Cont.) 1992-94 3.0L V6 (SOHC) Round Tooth Sprocket 250249 Yes Yes Square Tooth Sprocket 250104 TCK104 Pulsar & Pulsar NX 1983-84 1.5L 4-Cyl. 250077 TCK077 Yes 1987 1.6L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 250137 Yes Yes 1983-88 1.6L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) 250077 TCK077 1988-89 1.8L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 250137 Yes Sentra Yes 1982-83 1.5L 4-Cyl. 250077 TCK077 1983-88 1.6L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) 250077 TCK077 Yes 1983-87 1.7L 4-Cyl. Diesel Camshaft 250096 Yes Injection Pump 250097 Yes Stanza 1982-85 2.0L 4-Cyl. 250078 Yes 1986-89 2.0L 4-Cyl. 250078 Yes Stanza Wagon 1982-89 *2.0L 4-Cyl. 250078 200SX 1984-85 1.8L 4-Cyl. (Turbo) T100 1986-87 1.8L 4-Cyl. (Turbo) T100 1984-85 2.0L 4-Cyl. 250078 Yes 1986-88 2.0L 4-Cyl. 250078 Yes Yes 1987-88 3.0L V6 (SOHC) 250104 TCK104 300ZX 1984-85 3.0L V6 (SOHC) 250104 TCK104 Yes 1986-89 3.0L V6 (SOHC) 250104 TCK104 Yes 1990-93 3.0L V6 (DOHC) 250180 Yes 1994-96 3.0L V6 (DOHC) 250251 Yes 310 Yes 1982 1.5L 4-Cyl. 250077 TCK077 Light Trucks Frontier 1999-01 3.3L V6 (SOHC) 250249 Pathfinder Yes 1986-92 3.0L V6 (SOHC) 250104 TCK104 1993-94 3.0L V6 (SOHC) Round Tooth Sprocket 250249 Yes Yes Square Tooth Sprocket 250104 TCK104 1995-96 3.0L V6 (SOHC) 250249 Yes 1999-00 3.3L V6 (SOHC) 250249 Yes Pickup Yes 1986-92 3.0L V6 (SOHC) 250104 TCK104 1993-94 3.0L V6 (SOHC) Round Tooth Sprocket 250249 Yes Yes Square Tooth Sprocket 250104 TCK104 1995-96 3.0L V6 (SOHC) 250249 Yes Quest 1993-94 3.0L V6 (SOHC) Round Tooth Sprocket 250249 Yes Yes Square Tooth Sprocket 250104 TCK104 1995-98 3.0L V6 (SOHC) 250249 Yes 1999-01 3.3L V6 (SOHC) 250249 * - Other interference engine applications may exist which are not indicated here. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions. 1 - Although the vehicle manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval, belt suggest the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals. 2 - The vehicle manufacturer recommends replacing all belts at the same time. 3 - See timing belt repair procedure for more information on belt replacement interval.

NISSAN (Cont.)

60,000 60,000 60,000 1 60,000 60,000 1 60,000 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 60,000 60,000 1 60,000 60,000 1 60,000 60,000 60,000 1 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 1 105,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 105,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 105,000 manufacturers

454 454 446 448 446 448 446 446 450 450 451 451 451 451 451 451 451 454 454 454 452 452 446 456 454 454 454 454 456 454 454 454 454 454 454 454 456

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Engine Belt Part No. Component Kit Part No. Timing Belt Interference Driven Water Engine* Pump Recommended Replacement Interval (Miles) Page

NISSAN (Cont.)
3.3L V6 (SOHC) 250249 105,000 456

OLDSMOBILE

Cutlass Supreme 1991-95 3.4L V6 1996 3.4L V6 Firenza 1982-86 1.8L 4-Cyl. 1987-88 2.0L 4-Cyl.

250192 250273 250081 250081

Yes Yes

Yes Yes

60,000 60,000 60,000 1 60,000 1

238 238 228 229

PEUGEOT
405 1989-91 1991-89 505 1986-91 1.9L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 1.9L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) 2.2L 4-Cyl. (Exc. Turbo) T188 250189 250140 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 460 460 462

Passenger Cars Acclaim 1985-89 2.5L 4-Cyl. 1989-93 3.0L V6 (SOHC) 1994-95 3.0L V6 (SOHC) Arrow 1978-80 1.6L 4-Cyl. w/o Bal. Shaft 1977-80 1.6L 4-Cyl. Balance Shaft Camshaft Breeze 1996-00 2.0L 4-Cyl. (SOHC, VIN C) 1996-99 2000 Caravelle 1983-88 1986-87 1988 Champ 1979-82 1979-82 1979-80 2.4L 4-Cyl. (DOHC, VIN X) 2.4L 4-Cyl. (DOHC, VIN X) 2.2L 4-Cyl. 2.5L 4-Cyl. 2.5L 4-Cyl. 1.4L 4-Cyl. 1.6L 4-Cyl. w/o Bal. Shaft 1.6L 4-Cyl. Balance Shaft Camshaft

PLYMOUTH

250153 250139 250139 250064 250062 250013 250245 250265 250265 250071 250114 250132 250073 250064 250062 250013 250073 250073 250128 250191 250064 250064 250093 250062 250013

2521530 2521390 2521390

Yes Yes

60,000 1 60,000 60,000 3 60,000 60,000 2 60,000 2

101 110 110 87 85 85 93 93 106 106 106 101 101 101 83 87 85 85 83 114 114 114 87 87 87 85 85

Yes

Yes Yes Yes

100,000 Federal 105,000 Calif. 105,000 100,000 Federal 105,000 Calif. 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1

2520710

Yes

60,000 60,000 60,000 2 60,000 2

Colt 1979-84 1.4L 4-Cyl. 1985-86 1.5L 4-Cyl. 1987-90 1.5L 4-Cyl. 1991-94 1.5L 4-Cyl. 1978-79 (RWD) 1.6L 4-Cyl. w/o Bal. Shaft 1979-82 (FWD)1.6L 4-Cyl. w/o Bal. Shaft 1983-89 1.6L 4-Cyl. w/o Bal. Shaft 1977-80 1.6L 4-Cyl. Balance Shaft Camshaft

2521280 2521910

Yes Yes Yes

60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 2 60,000 2

* - Other interference engine applications may exist which are not indicated here. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions. 1 - Although the vehicle manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals. 2 - The vehicle manufacturer recommends replacing all belts at the same time. 3 - See timing belt repair procedure for more information on belt replacement interval.

ALPHABETICAL MODEL LISTING (Cont.)


Make Model/ Year Engine Belt Part No. Component Kit Part No. Timing Belt Interference Driven Water Engine* Pump Recommended Replacement Interval (Miles)

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PLYMOUTH (Cont.)
Colt (Cont.) 1989-90 1.6L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 1989-90 1.8L 4-Cyl. (VIN T) 1992-94 1.8L 4-Cyl. (VINs C & D) Colt Vista (Includes Canadian) 1992-94 1.8L 4-Cyl. (VINs C & D) 1984-86 2.0L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) Balance Shaft Camshaft 1987-91 2.0L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) Balance Shaft Camshaft 1992 2.4L 4-Cyl. Balance Shaft Camshaft 1993 2.4L 4-Cyl. Balance Shaft Camshaft 1994 2.4L 4-Cyl. Balance Shaft Camshaft Colt 100 (Canadian) 1989-90 1.6L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) Colt 200 (Canadian) 1989-90 1.6L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) Horizon 1978-83 1.7L 4-Cyl. 1981-88 2.2L 4-Cyl. 1989-90 2.2L 4-Cyl. Laser 1990-94 1.8L 4-Cyl. Balance Shaft Camshaft 1990-94 2.0L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) Balance Shaft Camshaft Neon 1995-99 2.0L 4-Cyl. (DOHC, VIN Y) 1995-00 2.0L 4-Cyl. (SOHC, VIN C) Reliant 1981-88 2.2L 4-Cyl. 1989 2.2L 4-Cyl. 1986-87 2.5L 4-Cyl. 1988 2.5L 4-Cyl. 1989 2.5L 4-Cyl. Sapporo 1978-80 1.6L 4-Cyl. w/o Bal. Shaft 1977-80 1.6L 4-Cyl. Balance Shaft Camshaft Sundance 1987-88 2.2L 4-Cyl. 1989-94 2.2L 4-Cyl. 1988 2.5L 4-Cyl. 250165 250093 250201 250201 250090 250089 250159 250158 250159 250204 250159 250230 250168 250230 250165 250165 250017 250071 250153 250159 250158 250168 250167 250246 250245 250071 250153 250114 250132 250153 250064 250062 250013 250071 250153 250132 2520710 2521530 2520710 2520710 2521530 2520170 2520710 2521530 2521580 2521580 2521670 2521670 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 2521581 2521581 Yes Yes Yes 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 2 60,000 2 60,000 2 60,000 2 60,000 2 60,000 2 60,000 2 60,000 2 60,000 2 60,000 2 60,000 60,000 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 2 60,000 2 60,000 2 60,000 2 105,000 105,000 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 60,000 2 60,000 2 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 125 91 131 131 121 121 121 121 136 136 136 136 136 136 125 125 89 101 101 128 128 116 116 133 93 101 101 101 101 101 87 85 85 101 101 101

* - Other interference engine applications may exist which are not indicated here. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions. 1 - Although the vehicle manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals. 2 - The vehicle manufacturer recommends replacing all belts at the same time. 3 - See timing belt repair procedure for more information on belt replacement interval.

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Engine Belt Part No. Component Kit Part No. Timing Belt Interference Driven Water Engine* Pump Recommended Replacement Interval (Miles) Page

PLYMOUTH (Cont.)

Sundance (Cont.) 1989-94 2.5L 4-Cyl. 1992-93 3.0L V6 (SOHC) 1994 3.0L V6 (SOHC) TC3 1981-82 1.7L 4-Cyl. 1981-82 2.2L 4-Cyl. Turismo 1983 1.7L 4-Cyl. 1983-87 2.2L 4-Cyl. Light Trucks (See DODGE/PLYMOUTH Light Trucks) Passenger Cars Acadian (Canadian) 1976 1.4L 4-Cyl. 1977 1.4L 4-Cyl. 1976 1.6L 4-Cyl. 1977-78 1.6L 4-Cyl. 1979-87 1.6L 4-Cyl. 1981-85 1.8L 4-Cyl. Diesel Firefly (Canadian) 1985-88 1.0L 3-Cyl. 1989-91 1.0L 3-Cyl. 1994-95 1.0L 3-Cyl. 1996-97 1.0L 3-Cyl. 1998-00 1.0L 3-Cyl. 1995-97 1.3L 4-Cyl. 1998-00 1.3L 4-Cyl. Grand Am 1987-88 2.0L 4-Cyl. 1989 2.0L 4-Cyl. (Turbo) Grand Prix 1991-95 3.4L V6 1996 3.4L V6 J2000 1982 1.8L 4-Cyl. LeMans 1988-89 1.6L 4-Cyl. 1990 1.6L 4-Cyl. With Tensioner Without Tensioner 1991-93 1.6L 4-Cyl. 1989 2.0L 4-Cyl. First Design Second Design 1990 2.0L 4-Cyl. Sunbird 1985-86 1.8L 4-Cyl. 1987-88 2.0L 4-Cyl. 1989-94 2.0L 4-Cyl. Sunburst (Canadian) 1985-88 1.5L 4-Cyl.

250153 250139 250139 250017 250071 250017 250071

2521530 2521390 2521390 2520170 2520710 2520170 2520710

60,000 1 60,000 60,000 3 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1

101 110 110 89 101 89 101

PONTIAC

250037 250039 250037 250039 250061 250076 250095 250166 250243 250194 250194 250272 250194 250081 250163 250192 250273 250081

Yes

60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 100,000 60,000 100,000 Yes Yes 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 60,000 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000

221 221 221 221 221 226 211 211 211 211 211 213 213 229 229 238 238 228 223 223 223 223 229 229 229 228 229 229 219

2521940 2521940 2521940 2521630 Yes Yes

Yes Yes Yes Yes

250203 250148 250203 250081 250163 250163 250081 250081 250163 250162 2521630 2521630

Yes Yes Yes

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

2521630 Yes

Yes

* - Other interference engine applications may exist which are not indicated here. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions. 1 - Although the vehicle manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals. 2 - The vehicle manufacturer recommends replacing all belts at the same time. 3 - See timing belt repair procedure for more information on belt replacement interval.

ALPHABETICAL MODEL LISTING (Cont.)


Make Model/ Year Engine Belt Part No. Component Kit Part No. Timing Belt Interference Driven Water Engine* Pump Recommended Replacement Interval (Miles)

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PONTIAC (Cont.)
T1000 1981-82 1.6L 4-Cyl. 1000 1983-87 1.6L 4-Cyl. 2000 1983 1.8L 4-Cyl. 2000 Sunbird 1984 1.8L 4-Cyl. Light Trucks Sunrunner (Canadian) 1989-95 1.6L 4-Cyl. (8-Valve) California Except California 1994-98 1.6L 4-Cyl. (16-Valve) California Except California 250061 250061 250081 250081 Yes Yes 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 221 221 228 228

250212 250164 250212 250164

60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 60,000

215 215 215 215

PORSCHE
924 1977-82 1987-88 2.0L 4-Cyl. 2.5L 4-Cyl. Balance Shaft Camshaft 4.5L V8 4.5L V8 5.0L V8 5.4L V8 250017 250293 250107 250196 250196 250196 250196 250293 250107 250293 250107 250293 250152 250293 250152 250293 250152 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 45,000 45,000 45,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 45,000 45,000 45,000 45,000 45,000 45,000 45,000 45,000 45,000 45,000 463 464 464 467 467 467 467 464 464 464 464 464 464 464 464 464 464

928 1978-82 1983-84 1985-91 1992-95 944 1983-89

2.5L 4-Cyl. Balance Shaft Camshaft 1989 2.7L 4-Cyl. Balance Shaft Camshaft 1989-91 3.0L 4-Cyl. Balance Shaft Camshaft 944S & 944 Turbo 1987-88 2.5L 4-Cyl. Balance Shaft Camshaft 968 1992-95 3.0L 4-Cyl. Balance Shaft Camshaft

RENAULT

Alliance & Encore 1985-87 1.7L 4-Cyl. Fuego & Sportwagon 1984-86 2.2L 4-Cyl.

250119 250140

Yes

60,000 1 60,000 1

470 472

* - Other interference engine applications may exist which are not indicated here. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions. 1 - Although the vehicle manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals. 2 - The vehicle manufacturer recommends replacing all belts at the same time. 3 - See timing belt repair procedure for more information on belt replacement interval.

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Make Model/ Year

ALPHABETICAL MODEL LISTING (Cont.)


Engine Belt Part No. Component Kit Part No. Timing Belt Interference Driven Water Engine* Pump Recommended Replacement Interval (Miles) Page

SAAB

900 1994-97 9000 1995-97

2.5L V6 3.0L V6

250285 250285

Yes Yes

60,000 60,000

474 474

SATURN
L Series 2000-01 825 1987-88 827 1989-91 Coupe 1985-89 3.0L V6 (DOHC) 250285 Yes Yes 100,000 235

STERLING
2.5L V6 2.7L V6 250129 250129 Yes Yes 60,000 1 60,000 1 475 475

SUBARU
1.8L 4-Cyl. Right Hand Belt Left Hand Belt Impreza & Outback Sport 1993 1.8L 4-Cyl. 1994 1.8L 4-Cyl. 1995-97 1.8L 4-Cyl. 1995-98 2.2L 4-Cyl. 250300 250299 250172 250254 250254 250254 250304 250277 250277 T135 250172 250254 250254 250304 250277 250277 250307 250300 250299 250300 250299 250300 250299 TCK300 TCK299 TCK300 TCK299 TCK300 TCK299 TCK172 Yes Yes TCK300 TCK299 TCK172 52,000 2 52,000 2 60,000 60,000 60,000 Federal 105,000 Calif. 60,000 Federal 105,000 Calif. 105,000 60,000 105,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 Federal 105,000 Calif. 105,000 60,000 105,000 105,000 52,000 2 52,000 2 52,000 2 52,000 2 52,000 2 52,000 2 478 478 480 480 480 480 480 480 482 484 484 477 480 480 480 480 482 484 484 482 478 478 478 478 478 478

1999-01 2.2L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) 1996-97 2.5L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 1998-99 2.5L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) Justy 1987-95 1.2L 3-Cyl. Legacy & Outback 1993 2.2L 4-Cyl. 1994 2.2L 4-Cyl. 1995-98 2.2L 4-Cyl. 1999-01 1996-97 1998-99 2000-01 Loyale 1990-94 RX 1985-89 2.2L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) 2.5L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 2.5L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 2.5L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) 1.8L 4-Cyl. Right Hand Belt Left Hand Belt

Yes Yes

1.8L 4-Cyl. Right Hand Belt Left Hand Belt Sedan & Station Wagon 1985-89 1.8L 4-Cyl. Right Hand Belt Left Hand Belt

* - Other interference engine applications may exist which are not indicated here. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions. 1 - Although the vehicle manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals. 2 - The vehicle manufacturer recommends replacing all belts at the same time. 3 - See timing belt repair procedure for more information on belt replacement interval.

ALPHABETICAL MODEL LISTING (Cont.)


Make Model/ Year SVX 1992-94 1995-97 XT 1985-91 XT6 1988-91 Light Trucks Forester 1998 1999-01 Engine Belt Part No. Component Kit Part No. Timing Belt Interference Driven Water Engine* Pump Recommended Replacement Interval (Miles)

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SUBARU (Cont.)
3.3L 6-Cyl. 3.3L 6-Cyl. 1.8L 4-Cyl. Right Hand Belt Left Hand Belt 2.7L 6-Cyl. Right Hand Belt Left Hand Belt 2.5L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 2.5L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) T209 T209 60,000 60,000 Federal 105,000 Calif. TCK300 TCK299 52,000 2 52,000 2 60,000 2 60,000 2 Yes 105,000 105,000 491 491 491 478 478 487 487 484 482

250300 250299 250150 250151 250277 250304

SUZUKI

Passenger Cars Esteem 1995-00 1.6L 4-Cyl. Esteem (Canadian) 2001 1.6L 4-Cyl. Swift 1989-92 1.3L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 1993-94 1.3L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 1989-92 1.3L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) 1993 1.3L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) 1994 1.3L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) 1995-97 1.3L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) 1998-01 1.3L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) Light Trucks Samurai 1985-92 1.3L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) 1993 1.3L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) 1994 1.3L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) VIN R4100375 & Earlier From VIN R4100376 1995 1.3L 4-Cyl. Sidekick 1989 1.3L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) 1989-91 1.6L 4-Cyl. 1992 1.6L 4-Cyl. Convertible Hardtop 1993-95 1.6L 4-Cyl. Convertible Hardtop 1996-98 1.6L 4-Cyl. Vitara 1999-01 1.6L 4-Cyl. X-90 1996-98 1.6L 4-Cyl.

250212 250212 T171 T171 250095 250095 250243 250272 250194 250095 250095 250095 250243 250243 250095 250164 250164 250212 250164 250212 250212 250212 250212 Yes Yes

60,000 60,000 60,000 1 60,000 60,000 1 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 1 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000

497 497 492 492 494 494 494 494 494 494 494 494 494 494 494 497 497 497 497 497 497 497 497

2521941

* - Other interference engine applications may exist which are not indicated here. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions. 1 - Although the vehicle manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals. 2 - The vehicle manufacturer recommends replacing all belts at the same time. 3 - See timing belt repair procedure for more information on belt replacement interval.

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Make Model/ Year

ALPHABETICAL MODEL LISTING (Cont.)


Engine Belt Part No. Component Kit Part No. Timing Belt Interference Driven Water Engine* Pump Recommended Replacement Interval (Miles) Page

Passenger Cars Avalon 1995-97 3.0L V6 1998-01 3.0L V6 Camry 1984-85 1.8L 4-Cyl. Diesel 1983-85 2.0L 4-Cyl. 1986 2.0L 4-Cyl. 1987-91 2.0L 4-Cyl. 1992-97 2.2L 4-Cyl. 1998-01 2.2L 4-Cyl. 1988-91 2.5L V6 1992-93 3.0L V6 1995-97 3.0L V6 1998-01 3.0L V6 Camry Solara 1999-01 2.2L 4-Cyl. 1998-01 3.0L V6 Celica, Celica GT & ST 1990-92 1.6L 4-Cyl. (DOHC, 4A-F) 1993 1.6L 4-Cyl. (DOHC, 4A-F) 1994-97 1.8L 4-Cyl. (7A-FE) 1986 2.0L 4-Cyl. 1987-89 2.0L 4-Cyl. 1990-93 2.0L 4-Cyl. 1990-97 2.2L 4-Cyl. 1998-01 2.2L 4-Cyl. Celica GTS 1986-88 2.0L 4-Cyl. 1990-93 2.2L 4-Cyl. Celica Supra 1982-83 2.8L 6-Cyl. 1984-86 2.8L 6-Cyl. Corolla 1983-85 1.6L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) 1986-88 1.6L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) 1988-92 1.6L 4-Cyl. (DOHC, 4A-F) 1993-97 1.6L 4-Cyl. (DOHC, 4A-F) 1984-85 1.8L 4-Cyl. Diesel 1993-97 1.8L 4-Cyl. (7A-FE) Corolla FX & FX-16 1986-88 1.6L 4-Cyl. 1985 1.6L 4-Cyl. (4A-GE) 1986-88 1.6L 4-Cyl. (4A-GE) Corolla GTS 1989-91 1.6L 4-Cyl. (4A-GE/GELC) Corolla SR5 1985 1.6L 4-Cyl. 1986-88 1.6L 4-Cyl. Corolla Tercel 1980-82 1.5L 4-Cyl. Cressida 1983 2.8L 6-Cyl. 1984-88 2.8L 6-Cyl.

TOYOTA

250257 250257 250098 250087 250087 250199 250199 250199 250157 250200 250257 250257 250199 250257 250036 250239 250235 250087 250199 250125 250199 250199 250125 250199 250074 250101 250070 250070 250036 250236 250098 250235 250070 250112 250112 250176 250070 250070 250070 250074 250101 2520700 2520700 2520700 2520700 2520700 TCK036 TCK236 TCK087 TCK087 TCK199 TCK199 TCK199

Yes

60,000, Severe 90,000 60,000 60,000 1 60,000, Severe 60,000, Severe 60,000, Severe 90,000 60,000, Severe 60,000, Severe 60,000, Severe 90,000 90,000 90,000 60,000, Severe 60,000, Severe 60,000, Severe 60,000, Severe 60,000, Severe 60,000, Severe 60,000, Severe 90,000 60,000, Severe 60,000, Severe 60,000, Severe 60,000, Severe 60,000 1 60,000, Severe 60,000, Severe 60,000, Severe 60,000 60,000, Severe 60,000, Severe 60,000 1 60,000, Severe 60,000, Severe 60,000 1 60,000, Severe 60,000 1 60,000, Severe 60,000, Severe

543 547 516 518 518 518 525 525 543 543 543 547 525 547 512 512 512 518 518 518 525 525 518 525 533 533 509 509 512 512 516 512 509 506 506 506 509 509 499 533 533

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

TCK199 TCK036 TCK087 TCK199 TCK199 TCK199 TCK199 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

2520700

* - Other interference engine applications may exist which are not indicated here. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions. 1 - Although the vehicle manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals. 2 - The vehicle manufacturer recommends replacing all belts at the same time. 3 - See timing belt repair procedure for more information on belt replacement interval.

ALPHABETICAL MODEL LISTING (Cont.)


Make Model/ Year Engine Belt Part No. Component Kit Part No. Timing Belt Interference Driven Water Engine* Pump Recommended Replacement Interval (Miles)

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Cressida (Cont.) 1989-91 3.0L 6-Cyl. 1992 3.0L 6-Cyl. MR2 1985 1.6L 4-Cyl. (4A-GE) 1986-88 1.6L 4-Cyl. (4A-GE) 1989 1.6L 4-Cyl. (4A-GE) 1991-95 2.0L 4-Cyl. 1991-95 2.2L 4-Cyl. Paseo 1992-97 1.5L 4-Cyl. (5E-FE) 1998 1.5L 4-Cyl. (5E-FE) 1999 1.5L 4-Cyl. (5E-FE) Supra 1986-90 3.0L 6-Cyl. (7M-GE) 1991-92 3.0L 6-Cyl. (7M-GE) 1993-97 3.0L 6-Cyl. (2JZ) 1998 3.0L 6-Cyl. (2JZ) Tercel 1983-86 1.5L 4-Cyl. (3A-C)) 1987 1.5L 4-Cyl. (Sedan, 3E) 1988-94 1.5L 4-Cyl. (3E) 1995-97 1.5L 4-Cyl. (5E-FE) 1998 1.5L 4-Cyl. (5E-FE) 1999 1.5L 4-Cyl. (5E-FE) Tercel Wagon 1987-88 1.5L 4-Cyl. (3A-C) Light Trucks Highlander 2001 3.0L V6 Land Cruiser 1998-01 4.7L V8 Pickup 1981 2.2L 4-Cyl. Diesel 1982 2.2L 4-Cyl. Diesel Up To May 31 From June 1 1983 2.2L 4-Cyl. Diesel 1984-87 2.4L 4-Cyl. Diesel 1988-92 3.0L V6 (3V-ZE) 1993-95 3.0L V6 (3V-ZE) RAV4 1996-97 2.0L 4-Cyl. 1998 2.0L 4-Cyl. 1999-00 2.0L 4-Cyl. Sienna 1998-01 3.0L V6 Tacoma 1995-97 3.4L V6 1999-01 3.4L V6 Tundra 2000-01 3.4L V6 2000-01 4.7L V8

TOYOTA (Cont.)

250126 250238 250112 250112 250176 250125 250199 250208 250208 250208 250126 250238 250215 250215 250070 250136 250233 250208 250208 250208 250070 250257 250298 250079 250079 250084 250084 250084 250154 250240 250199 250199 250199 250257 250271 250271 250271 250298 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 2520700 TCK233 Yes Yes

60,000, Severe 60,000, Severe 60,000 1 60,000, Severe 60,000, Severe 60,000, Severe 60,000, Severe 60,000, Severe 90,000, Severe 90,000 60,000, 60,000, 60,000, 90,000, Severe Severe Severe Severe

535 535 506 506 506 518 525 504 504 504 535 535 537 539 499 501 501 504 504 504 499 547 366 529 529 529 529 531 552 552 523 523 523 547 555 555 555 366

TCK199

Yes Yes

60,000 1 60,000, Severe 60,000, Severe 60,000, Severe 90,000, Severe 90,000 60,000, Severe 90,000 90,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 60,000, Severe 60,000, Severe 60,000, Severe 90,000, Severe 90,000 90,000 60,000, Severe 90,000 90,000 90,000

2520700

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

* - Other interference engine applications may exist which are not indicated here. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions. 1 - Although the vehicle manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals. 2 - The vehicle manufacturer recommends replacing all belts at the same time. 3 - See timing belt repair procedure for more information on belt replacement interval.

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Make Model/ Year T100 1995-97 1998 4Runner 1988-92 1993-95 1996-97 1999-01

ALPHABETICAL MODEL LISTING (Cont.)


Engine Belt Part No. Component Kit Part No. Timing Belt Interference Driven Water Engine* Pump Recommended Replacement Interval (Miles) Page

TOYOTA (Cont.)
3.4L V6 3.4L V6 3.0L V6 (3V-ZE) 3.0L V6 (3V-ZE) 3.4L V6 3.4L V6 250271 250271 250154 250240 250271 250271 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 60,000, Severe 90,000 60,000, Severe 60,000, Severe 60,000, Severe 90,000 555 555 552 552 555 555

VOLKSWAGEN

Passenger Cars Beetle (New Beetle) 1999-01 1.8L 4-Cyl. (APH & AWV) 1998-00 2.0L 4-Cyl. (AEG) 2001 2.0L 4-Cyl. (AEG) 1998-01 1.9L 4-Cyl. Diesel (ALH) Cabrio 1995-01 1999 Cabriolet 1985-89 1985-93 Corrado 1990-92 Dasher 1974-75 1979-80 1976-80 1981 Fox 1987-93 Golf 1985-87 1985-89 1985-92 1993-96 1999-01 2.0L 4-Cyl. (ABA) 2.0L 4-Cyl. (AEG) 1.8L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 1.8L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) 1.8L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) 1.5L 4-Cyl. 1.5L 4-Cyl. Diesel 1.6L 4-Cyl. 1.6L 4-Cyl. Diesel 1.8L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) 1.6L 4-Cyl. Diesel 1.8L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 1.8L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) 1.9L 4-Cyl. Diesel AAZ, AHU & 1Z Engines 1.9L 4-Cyl. Diesel (ALH)

250306 250296 250296 250301 250262 250296 250292 250017 250017 250017 250043 250017 250043 250017 250043 250292 250017 250242 250301 250262 250296 250296 250043 250017 250262 250292 250017 250292 250262 250296 2520170 2520170 2520170 2520170 2520170 2520170

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

Yes Yes Yes

105,000 60,000 1 105,000 60,000 (Man. Trans.) 40,000 (Auto. Trans.) 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1

561 583 583 578 578 581 583 571 569 569 558 559 558 559 569 559 571 569 573 578 578 581 583 583 559 569 581 571 569 571 581 583

Yes

Yes Yes

60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1

2520170

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 60,000 (Man. Trans.) 40,000 (Auto. Trans.) 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1

1993-99 2.0L 4-Cyl. (ABA) 1999 2.0L 4-Cyl. (AEG) 2000 2.0L 4-Cyl. (AEG) Golf (Canadian) 1988-92 1.6L 4-Cyl. Diesel 1993-95 1.8L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) 1995 2.0L 4-Cyl. (ABA) GTI 1985-89 1.8L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 1985-92 1.8L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) 1990-92 2.0L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 1996-99 2.0L 4-Cyl. (ABA) 1999 2.0L 4-Cyl. (AEG)

2520170

Yes

* - Other interference engine applications may exist which are not indicated here. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions. 1 - Although the vehicle manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals. 2 - The vehicle manufacturer recommends replacing all belts at the same time. 3 - See timing belt repair procedure for more information on belt replacement interval.

ALPHABETICAL MODEL LISTING (Cont.)


Make Model/ Year GTI (Canadian) 1993-95 Jetta 1980 1981-86 1989-92 1981-84 1985-89 1984-92 1993-98 1999-01 Engine Belt Part No. Component Kit Part No. Timing Belt Interference Driven Water Engine* Pump Recommended Replacement Interval (Miles)

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VOLKSWAGEN (Cont.)
2.0L 4-Cyl. (ABA) 1.6L 4-Cyl. 1.6L 4-Cyl. Diesel 1.6L 4-Cyl. Diesel 1.7L 4-Cyl. 1.8L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 1.8L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) 1.9L 4-Cyl. Diesel AAZ, AHU & 1Z Engines 1.9L 4-Cyl. Diesel (ALH) 250262 250017 250043 250043 250017 250292 250017 250242 250301 250292 250262 250296 250017 250291 250317 250291 250317 250292 250262 250297 250297 250297 250017 250043 250017 250017 250127 250065 250127 250065 250127 250017 250043 250017 250043 250017 250017 250017 250017 250017 2520170 2520170 2520170 2520170 2520170 2520170 2520170 Yes Yes 2520170 2520170 2520170 Yes 2520170 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 2520170 2520170 2520170 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 60,000 (Man. Trans.) 40,000 (Auto. Trans.) 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 90,000 90,000 105,000 105,000 60,000 1 60,000 1 90,000 75,000 105,000 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
1 1

581 558 559 559 558 571 569 573 578 578 571 581 583 569 564 564 566 566 571 581 585 585 585 569 559 558 569 79 79 79 79 79 558 559 558 559 558 569 558 558 558

1990-92 2.0L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 1993-99 2.0L 4-Cyl. (ABA) 1999-00 2.0L 4-Cyl. (AEG) Jetta (Canadian) 1993-95 1.8L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) Passat 1998-99 1.8L 4-Cyl. (AEB & ATW) 152 Tooth Belt 153 Tooth Belt 2000-01 1.8L 4-Cyl. (AUG & AWM) 152 Tooth Belt 153 Tooth Belt 1990-92 2.0L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 1993-96 2.0L 4-Cyl. (ABA) 1998 2.8L V6 1999 2.8L V6 2000-01 2.8L V6 Passat (Canadian) 1992-94 1.8L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) Quantum 1982-86 1.6L 4-Cyl. Diesel 1982-83 1.7L 4-Cyl. 1985 1.8L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) 1984-85 2.1L 5-Cyl. .70 Belt Width .75 Belt Width 1983-86 2.2L 5-Cyl. .70 Belt Width .75 Belt Width 1987-88 2.2L 5-Cyl. Rabbit 1975-79 1.5L 4-Cyl. 1977-80 1.5L 4-Cyl. Diesel 1980 1.6L 4-Cyl. 1981-84 1.6L 4-Cyl. Diesel 1981-84 1.7L 4-Cyl. 1983-84 1.8L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) Scirocco 1978 1.5L 4-Cyl. 1976-80 1.6L 4-Cyl. 1981-83 1.7L 4-Cyl.

Yes

60,000 60,000

60,000 60,000 1 60,000


1 1

60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1

* - Other interference engine applications may exist which are not indicated here. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions. 1 - Although the vehicle manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals. 2 - The vehicle manufacturer recommends replacing all belts at the same time. 3 - See timing belt repair procedure for more information on belt replacement interval.

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Make Model/ Year

ALPHABETICAL MODEL LISTING (Cont.)


Engine Belt Part No. Component Kit Part No. Timing Belt Interference Driven Water Engine* Pump Recommended Replacement Interval (Miles) Page

VOLKSWAGEN (Cont.)

Scirocco (Cont.) 1985-89 1.8L 4-Cyl. (DOHC) 1983-89 1.8L 4-Cyl. (SOHC) Light Trucks Pickup & Rabbit Pickup 1980 1.5L 4-Cyl. Diesel 1980 1.6L 4-Cyl. 1981-83 1.6L 4-Cyl. Diesel 1981-83 1.7L 4-Cyl. Vanagon 1982 1.6L 4-Cyl. Diesel

250292 250017 250043 250017 250043 250017 250043

2520170

Yes

60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1 60,000 1

571 569 559 558 559 558 559

2520170 2520170

Yes Yes Yes

VOLVO

C70, S70 & V70 1998 2.3L 5-Cyl. To Eng. VIN 1266127 From Eng. VIN 1266128 1999-01 2.3L 5-Cyl. To Eng. VIN 1266127 From Eng. VIN 1266128 1998 2.4L 5-Cyl. To Eng. VIN 1266127 From Eng. VIN 1266128 1999-01 2.4L 5-Cyl. To Eng. VIN 1266127 From Eng. VIN 1266128 Coupe 1991 2.3L 4-Cyl. DL & GL 1980-83 2.1L 4-Cyl. 1982-85 2.3L 4-Cyl. 1980-84 2.4L 6-Cyl. Diesel Camshaft Injection Pump GLE (Canadian) 1984 2.1L 4-Cyl. GLT 1981-83 2.1L 4-Cyl. GLT (Canadian) 1983 2.3L 4-Cyl. GT Turbo 1984-85 2.1L 4-Cyl. S40 & V40 2000-01 1.9L 4-Cyl. Turbo Up Eng. VIN 1219110 From Eng. VIN 1219111 S60 2001 2.3L 5-Cyl. To Eng. VIN 1266127 From Eng. VIN 1266128 2001 2.4L 5-Cyl. To Eng. VIN 1266127 From Eng. VIN 1266128

250252 250311 250252 250311 250252 250311 250252 250311 250032 250032 250032 250083 250082 250032 250032 250032 250032 250252 250311 250252 250311 250252 250311 TCK032 TCK032 TCK032 TCK032 TCK032 TCK032 TCK032

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

70,000 70,000 105,000 3 105,000 3 70,000 70,000 105,000 3 105,000 3 50,000 40,000 40,000 75,000 2 75,000 2 40,000 40,000 40,000 40,000

598 598 598 598 598 598 598 598 593 592 592 602 602 592 592 592 592 587 587 598 598 598 598

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

105,000 105,000 105,000 3 105,000 3 105,000 3 105,000 3

* - Other interference engine applications may exist which are not indicated here. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions. 1 - Although the vehicle manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals. 2 - The vehicle manufacturer recommends replacing all belts at the same time. 3 - See timing belt repair procedure for more information on belt replacement interval.

ALPHABETICAL MODEL LISTING (Cont.)


Make Model/ Year S90 & V90 1997-98 240 1986-92 1993 242, 244 & 245 1976-79 740 1986-92 1985-86 Engine Belt Part No. Component Kit Part No. Timing Belt Interference Driven Water Engine* Pump Recommended Replacement Interval (Miles)

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VOLVO (Cont.)
2.9L 6-Cyl. 2.3L 4-Cyl. 2.3L 4-Cyl. 2.1L 4-Cyl. 2.3L 4-Cyl. 2.4L 6-Cyl. Diesel Camshaft Injection Pump 250270 250032 250234 250032 250032 250083 250082 250174 250173 250174 T198 250174 250173 250174 250173 250032 250083 250082 250032 250083 250082 250032 250217 250252 250252 250217 250252 250252 250252 250217 250269 TCK032 TCK032 TCK032 TCK032 TCK032 TCK032 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 70,000 50,000 50,000 40,000 50,000 75,000 2 75,000 2 50,000 2 50,000 2 50,000 2 50,000 2 50,000 2 50,000 2 50,000 2 50,000 2 50,000 75,000 2 75,000 2 40,000 75,000 2 75,000 2 50,000 50,000 3 70,000 3 70,000 50,000 3 70,000 3 70,000 70,000 70,000 70,000 600 593 593 592 593 602 602 594 594 594 594 594 594 594 594 593 602 602 592 602 602 593 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600

740 (Canadian) 1986-88 2.3L 4-Cyl. (B234, DOHC) Balance Shaft Camshaft 1989 2.3L 4-Cyl. (B234, DOHC) Automatic Tensioner Balance Shaft Camshaft Manual Tensioner Balance Shaft Camshaft 1990 2.3L 4-Cyl. (B234, DOHC) Balance Shaft Camshaft 760 1985-90 2.3L 4-Cyl. 1985 2.4L 6-Cyl. Diesel Camshaft Injection Pump 760 GLE 1984 2.3L 4-Cyl. 1983-84 2.4L 6-Cyl. Diesel Camshaft Injection Pump 780 198-90 2.3L 4-Cyl. 850 1994 2.3L 5-Cyl. Turbo Up To Eng. No. 131034 From Eng. No. 131035 1995-97 2.3L 5-Cyl. Turbo 1993 2.4L 5-Cyl. Turbo Up To Eng. No. 131034 From Eng. No. 131035 1994-97 2.4L 5-Cyl. Turbo 850 (Canadian) 1996 2.3L 5-Cyl. Turbo 1995 2.4L 5-Cyl. Turbo Up To Eng. No. 131034 From Eng. No. 131035

* - Other interference engine applications may exist which are not indicated here. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions. 1 - Although the vehicle manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals. 2 - The vehicle manufacturer recommends replacing all belts at the same time. 3 - See timing belt repair procedure for more information on belt replacement interval.

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Make Model/ Year 940 1991-92 1993 1994-95

ALPHABETICAL MODEL LISTING (Cont.)


Engine Belt Part No. Component Kit Part No. Timing Belt Interference Driven Water Engine* Pump Recommended Replacement Interval (Miles) Page

VOLVO (Cont.)
2.3L 4-Cyl. 2.3L 4-Cyl. 2.3L 4-Cyl. (B230FT) 250032 250234 250234 TCK032 Yes Yes Yes 50,000 50,000 50,000 w/o EGR 100,000 w/ EGR Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 50,000 2 50,000 2 30,000 3 50,000 50,000 70,000 592 592 593 593 594 594 600 600 600 600

940 (Canadian) 1991-92 2.3L 4-Cyl. (B234, DOHC) Balance Shaft Camshaft 960 1992 2.9L 6-Cyl. 1993 2.9L 6-Cyl. 1994 2.9L 6-Cyl. 1995-97 2.9L 6-Cyl.

250174 T198 250217 250252 250252 250270

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

YUGO

GV Series 1986-89 1987

1.1L 4-Cyl. 1.3L 4-Cyl.

250018 250018

Yes Yes

60,000 1 60,000 1

604 604

* - Other interference engine applications may exist which are not indicated here. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions. 1 - Although the vehicle manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals. 2 - The vehicle manufacturer recommends replacing all belts at the same time. 3 - See timing belt repair procedure for more information on belt replacement interval.

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Showing Competitive Numbers with Corresponding NAPA Stock Numbers


The NAPA numbers shown in the following listings were determined by comparing the applications and physical characteristics of the product. This is a guide for changing over stocks to NAPA numbers, and does not mean that the competitive number shown will fit all applications recommended for the NAPA number. If a customer asks for a product to replace a product of another brand, do not use this list. Ask for the make, model, year and engine size on which it is to be used, and refer to the alphabetical listing to determine the proper replacement.

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ACDELCO TB013 ............. 250013 TB014 ............. 250014 TB017 ............. 250017 TB018 ............. 250018 TB020 ............. 250020 TB028 ............. 250028 TB032 ............. 250032 TB036 ............. 250036 TB037 ............. 250037 TB039 ............. 250039 TB041 ............. 250041 TB043 ............. 250043 TB061 ............. 250061 TB062 ............. 250062 TB064 ............. 250064 TB065 ............. 250065 TB067 ............. 250067 TB070 ............. 250070 TB071 ............. 250071 TB073 ............. 250073 TB074 ............. 250074 TB075 ............. 250075 TB076 ............. 250076 TB077 ............. 250077 TB078 ............. 250078 TB079 ............. 250079 TB081 ............. 250081 TB082 ............. 250082 TB083 ............. 250083 TB084 ............. 250084 TB087 ............. 250087 TB088 ............. 250088 TB089 ............. 250089 TB090 ............. 250090 TB091 ............. 250091 TB092 ............. 250092 TB093 ............. 250093 TB094 ............. 250094 TB095 ............. 250095 TB096 ............. 250096 TB097 ............. 250097 TB098 ............. 250098 TB099 ............. 250099 TB100 ............. 250100 TB101 ............. 250101 TB102 ............. 250102 TB103 ............. 250103 TB104 ............. 250104 TB106 ............. 250106 TB107 ............. 250107 TB112 ............. 250112 TB113 ............. 250113 TB114 ............. 250114 TB117 ............. 250117 TB118 ............. 250118 TB119 ............. 250119 TB121 ............. 250121 TB122 ............. 250122 TB123 ............. 250123 TB124 ............. 250124 TB125 ............. 250125 TB126 ............. 250126 TB127 ............. 250127 TB128 ............. 250128 TB129 ............. 250129 TB130 ............. 250130 TB131 ............. 250131 TB132 ............. 250132 TB134 ............. 250134 TB135 ............. 250135 TB136 ............. 250136 TB137 ............. 250137 TB138 ............. 250138 TB139 ............. 250139 TB140 ............. 250140 TB141 ............. 250141

ACDELCO - Cont. TB142 ............. 250142 TB143 ............. 250143 TB144 ............. 250144 TB145 ............. 250145 TB146 ............. 250146 TB147 ............. 250147 TB148 ............. 250148 TB149 ............. 250149 TB150 ............. 250150 TB151 ............. 250151 TB153 ............. 250153 TB154 ............. 250154 TB155 ............. 250155 TB157 ............. 250157 TB158 ............. 250158 TB159 ............. 250159 TB160 ............. 250160 TB161 ............. 250161 TB162 ............. 250162 TB163 ............. 250163 TB164 ............. 250164 TB165 ............. 250165 TB166 ............. 250166 TB167 ............. 250167 TB168 ............. 250168 TB169 ............. 250169 TB170 ............. 250170 TB171 ............. 250171 TB172 ............. 250172 TB173 ............. 250173 TB174 ............. 250174 TB176 ............. 250176 TB177 ............. 250177 TB178 ............. 250178 TB179 ............. 250179 TB180 ............. 250180 TB181 ............. 250181 TB182 ............. 250182 TB183 ............. 250183 TB184 ............. 250184 TB185 ............. 250185 TB186 ............. 250186 TB187 ............. 250187 TB190 ............. 250190 TB191 ............. 250191 TB192 ............. 250192 TB193 ............. 250193 TB194 ............. 250194 TB195 ............. 250195 TB199 ............. 250199 TB200 ............. 250200 TB201 ............. 250201 TB203 ............. 250203 TB204 ............. 250204 TB205 ............. 250205 TB206 ............. 250206 TB207 ............. 250207 TB208 ............. 250208 TB209 ............. 250209 TB210 ............. 250210 TB211 ............. 250211 TB212 ............. 250212 TB214 ............. 250214 TB215 ............. 250215 TB216 ............. 250216 TB217 ............. 250217 TB218 ............. 250218 TB219 ............. 250219 TB220 ............. 250220 TB221 ............. 250221 TB223 ............. 250223 TB224 ............. 250224 TB225 ............. 250225 TB226 ............. 250226 TB227 ............. 250227 TB228 ............. 250228

ACDELCO - Cont. TB229 ............. 250229 TB230 ............. 250230 TB232 ............. 250232 TB233 ............. 250233 TB234 ............. 250234 TB235 ............. 250235 TB236 ............. 250236 TB237 ............. 250237 TB239 ............. 250239 TB240 ............. 250240 TB241 ............. 250241 TB242 ............. 250242 TB244 ............. 250244 TB245 ............. 250245 TB246 ............. 250246 TB247 ............. 250247 TB248 ............. 250248 TB249 ............. 250249 TB251 ............. 250251 TB252 ............. 250252 TB253 ............. 250253 TB254 ............. 250254 TB255 ............. 250255 TB256 ............. 250256 TB257 ............. 250257 TB258 ............. 250258 TB259 ............. 250259 TB260 ............. 250260 TB262 ............. 250262 TB263 ............. 250263 TB264 ............. 250264 TB265 ............. 250265 TB266 ............. 250266 TB267 ............. 250267 TB270 ............. 250270 TB271 ............. 250271 TB272 ............. 250272 TB273 ............. 250273 TB276 ............. 250276 TB277 ............. 250277 TB278 ............. 250278 TB279 ............. 250279 TB280 ............. 250280 TB281 ............. 250281 TB282 ............. 250282 TB283 ............. 250283 TB284 ............. 250284 TB285 ............. 250285 TB286 ............. 250286 TB287 ............. 250287 TB288 ............. 250288 TB289 ............. 250289 TB290 ............. 250290 TB291 ............. 250291 TB292 ............. 250292 TB293 ............. 250293 TB294 ............. 250294 TB295 ............. 250295 TB296 ............. 250296 TB297 ............. 250297 TB298 ............. 250298 TB299 ............. 250299 TB300 ............. 250300 TB301 ............. 250301 TB302 ............. 250302 TB303 ............. 250303 TB304 ............. 250304 TB305 ............. 250305 TB306 ............. 250306 TB308 ............. 250308 TB309 ............. 250309 TB310 ............. 250310 TB311 ............. 250311 88925830 ........ 250270

ATLAS 689900 ............ 250067 689901 ............ 250071 689902 ............ 250014 689903 ............ 250061 689904 ............ 250017 689905 ............ 250081 689906 ............ 250070 689907 ............ 250089 689908 ............ 250077 689909 ............ 250094 ATLAS (CANADA) TB1001 ........... 250121 TB1002 ........... 250127 TB1003 ........... 250128 TB1004 ........... 250101 TB1005 ........... 250125 TB1006 ........... 250126 TB1007 ........... 250130 TB1008 ........... 250129 TB1010 ........... 250114 TB1011 ........... 250300 TB1012 ........... 250299 TB1013 ........... 250091 TB1014 ........... 250092 TB1015 ........... 250117 TB1016 ........... 250119 TB1017 ........... 250292 TB1018 ........... 250134 TB1020 ........... 250136 TB1021 ........... 250137 TB1022 ........... 250138 TB1023 ........... 250139 TB1024 ........... 250140 TB1026 ........... 250141 TB1027 ........... 250123 TB1028 ........... 250090 TB1031 ........... 250113 TB1032 ........... 250132 TB1033 ........... 250142 TB1034 ........... 250143 TB1035 ........... 250144 TB1036 ........... 250145 TB1037 ........... 250146 TB1038 ........... 250147 TB1039 ........... 250148 TB1040 ........... 250149 TB1041 ........... 250150 TB1042 ........... 250151 TB1044 ........... 250102 TB1045 ........... 250103 TB1047 ........... 250124 TB1048 ........... 250154 TB1049 ........... 250155 TB1051 ........... 250157 TB1052 ........... 250158 TB1053 ........... 250159 TB1054 ........... 250160 TB1055 ........... 250161 TB1056 ........... 250162 TB1057 ........... 250153 TB1058 ........... 250163 TB1059 ........... 250164 TB1060 ........... 250165 TB1061 ........... 250166 TB1062 ........... 250169 TB1063 ........... 250167 TB1064 ........... 250168 TB6401 ........... 250014 TB6402 ........... 250013 TB6403 ........... 250037 TB6404 ........... 250017 TB6406 ........... 250018 TB6408 ........... 250020 TB6409 ........... 250039 TB6410 ........... 250032 TB6411 ........... 250041

ATLAS (CANADA) - Cont. TB6412 ........... 250062 TB6415 ........... 250028 TB6416 ........... 250064 TB6417 ........... 250065 TB6418 ........... 250061 TB6419 ........... 250073 TB6425 ........... 250070 TB6427 ........... 250071 TB6428 ........... 250067 TB6429 ........... 250076 TB6430 ........... 250075 TB6431 ........... 250078 TB6432 ........... 250077 TB6433 ........... 250043 TB6434 ........... 250074 TB6435 ........... 250081 TB6436 ........... 250088 TB6437 ........... 250087 TB6438 ........... 250093 TB6439 ........... 250094 TB6440 ........... 250104 TB6442 ........... 250100 TB6443 ........... 250084 TB6444 ........... 250099 TB6446 ........... 250082 TB6447 ........... 250083 TB6448 ........... 250095 TB6450 ........... 250176 TB6451 ........... 250089 TB6452 ........... 250118 TB6453 ........... 250079 TB6454 ........... 250122 AUTOZONE (See GOODYEAR) AVON AUTO B0100.............. 250100 B0101.............. 250101 B0102.............. 250102 B0103.............. 250103 B0104.............. 250104 B0114.............. 250114 B0118.............. 250162 B013................ 250013 B014................ 250014 B017................ 250017 B018................ 250018 B020................ 250020 B028................ 250028 B032................ 250032 B036................ 250036 B037................ 250037 B039................ 250039 B041................ 250041 B043................ 250043 B061................ 250061 B062................ 250062 B063................ 250073 B064................ 250064 B065................ 250065 B067................ 250067 B070................ 250070 B071................ 250071 B074................ 250074 B075................ 250075 B076................ 250076 B077................ 250077 B078................ 250078 B079................ 250079 B081................ 250081 B082................ 250082 B083................ 250083 B084................ 250084 B087................ 250087 B088................ 250088

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Competitive No. NAPA No.

Changeover Listing - Timing Belts


Competitive No. NAPA No. Competitive No. NAPA No. Competitive No. NAPA No. Competitive No. NAPA No. BECK ARNLEY 026-0018......... 250028 026-0026......... 250020 026-0034......... 250020 026-0042......... 250018 026-0067......... 250036 026-0075......... 250041 026-0083......... 250013 026-0091......... 250014 026-0109......... 250032 026-0117......... 250065 026-0133......... 250062 026-0158......... 250064 026-0175......... 250070 026-0176......... 250017 026-0177......... 250043 026-0178......... 250083 026-0179......... 250073 026-0180......... 250082 026-0182......... 250088 026-0183......... 250078 026-0184......... 250077 026-0185......... 250089 026-0186......... 250090 026-0187......... 250092 026-0188......... 250091 026-0189......... 250084 026-0190......... 250074 026-0191......... 250087 026-0192......... 250079 026-0193......... 250076 026-0194......... 250075 026-0195......... 250107 026-0196......... 250093 026-0197......... 250096 026-0198......... 250106 026-0199......... 250140 026-0202......... 250100 026-0205......... 250097 026-0206......... 250101 026-0207......... 250095 026-0208......... 250161 026-0209......... 250160 026-0212......... 250300 026-0213......... 250299 026-0215......... 250158 026-0216......... 250104 026-0217......... 250112 026-0218......... 250293 026-0219......... 250119 026-0220......... 250138 026-0221......... 250071 026-0222......... 250162 026-0223......... 250113 026-0224......... 250117 026-0225......... 250149 026-0226......... 250141 026-0228......... 250122 026-0229......... 250124 026-0230......... 250128 026-0231......... 250134 026-0232......... 250129 026-0233......... 250139 026-0234......... 250146 026-0235......... 250148 026-0236......... 250292 026-0237......... 250170 026-0238......... 250143 026-0239......... 250131 026-0240......... 250144 026-0242......... 250142 026-0243......... 250135 026-0244......... 250179 026-0245......... 250147 026-0246......... 250126 026-0247......... 250136 026-0248......... 250125 026-0249......... 250164 026-0250......... 250166 026-0251......... 250165 026-0252......... 250130 026-0253......... 250121 026-0255......... 250167 026-0256......... 250043 026-0259......... 250137 026-0260......... 250171 026-0261......... 250177 026-0262......... 250179 026-0263......... 250103 026-0264......... 250102 026-0265......... 250157 026-0266......... 250159 026-0267......... 250151 026-0268......... 250182 BECK ARNLEY - Cont. 026-0269......... 250184 026-0270......... 250181 026-0271......... 250155 026-0272......... 250144 026-0273......... 250178 026-0274......... 250104 026-0275......... 250150 026-0276......... 250187 026-0277......... 250180 026-0278......... 250186 026-0279......... 250176 026-0280......... 250191 026-0281......... 250174 026-0282......... 250183 026-0283......... 250154 026-0284......... 250168 026-0285......... 250173 026-0286......... 250172 026-0294......... 250208 026-0295......... 250211 026-0296......... 250201 026-0297......... 250204 026-0298......... 250218 026-0299......... 250216 026-0300......... 250203 026-0301......... 250212 026-0302......... 250193 026-0303......... 250185 026-0304......... 250221 026-0305......... 250220 026-0306......... 250194 026-0307......... 250224 026-0308......... 250226 026-0309......... 250223 026-0310......... 250227 026-0311......... 250214 026-0312......... 250209 026-0314......... 250229 026-0316......... 250230 026-0317......... 250232 026-0318......... 250217 026-0319......... 250195 026-0320......... 250234 026-0322......... 250235 026-0323......... 250252 026-0324......... 250241 026-0325......... 250236 026-0326......... 250262 026-0327......... 250228 026-0329......... 250252 026-0334......... 250249 BORG WARNER TB013 ............. 250013 TB014 ............. 250014 TB017 ............. 250017 TB018 ............. 250018 TB020 ............. 250020 TB028 ............. 250028 TB029 ............. 250104 TB032 ............. 250032 TB036 ............. 250036 TB037 ............. 250037 TB039 ............. 250039 TB041 ............. 250041 TB043 ............. 250043 TB061 ............. 250061 TB062 ............. 250062 TB063 ............. 250073 TB064 ............. 250064 TB065 ............. 250065 TB067 ............. 250067 TB070 ............. 250070 TB071 ............. 250071 TB073 ............. 250073 TB074 ............. 250074 TB075 ............. 250075 TB076 ............. 250076 TB077 ............. 250077 TB078 ............. 250078 TB079 ............. 250079 TB081 ............. 250081 TB082 ............. 250082 TB083 ............. 250083 TB084 ............. 250084 TB087 ............. 250087 TB088 ............. 250088 TB089 ............. 250089 TB090 ............. 250090 TB091 ............. 250091 TB092 ............. 250092 TB093 ............. 250093 TB094 ............. 250094 TB095 ............. 250095 BORG WARNER - Cont. TB096 ............. 250096 TB098 ............. 250098 TB099 ............. 250099 TB100 ............. 250100 TB101 ............. 250101 TB102 ............. 250102 TB103 ............. 250103 TB104 ............. 250104 TB106 ............. 250106 TB107 ............. 250107 TB112 ............. 250112 TB113 ............. 250113 TB114 ............. 250114 TB115 ............. 250299 TB116 ............. 250300 TB117 ............. 250117 TB118 ............. 250118 TB119 ............. 250119 TB121 ............. 250121 TB122 ............. 250122 TB123 ............. 250123 TB124 ............. 250124 TB125 ............. 250125 TB126 ............. 250126 TB127 ............. 250127 TB128 ............. 250128 TB129 ............. 250129 TB130 ............. 250130 TB131 ............. 250131 TB132 ............. 250132 TB133 ............. 250292 TB134 ............. 250134 TB135 ............. 250135 TB136 ............. 250136 TB137 ............. 250137 TB138 ............. 250138 TB139 ............. 250139 TB140 ............. 250140 TB141 ............. 250141 TB142 ............. 250142 TB143 ............. 250143 TB144 ............. 250144 TB145 ............. 250145 TB146 ............. 250146 TB147 ............. 250147 TB148 ............. 250148 TB153 ............. 250153 TB154 ............. 250154 TB155 ............. 250155 TB157 ............. 250157 TB158 ............. 250158 TB159 ............. 250159 TB160 ............. 250160 TB161 ............. 250161 TB162 ............. 250162 TB163 ............. 250163 TB164 ............. 250164 TB165 ............. 250165 TB166 ............. 250166 TB167 ............. 250167 TB168 ............. 250168 TB169 ............. 250169 TB170 ............. 250170 TB171 ............. 250171 TB172 ............. 250172 TB177 ............. 250177 TB178 ............. 250178 TB179 ............. 250179 TB183 ............. 250183 TB184 ............. 250184 TB185 ............. 250185 TB186 ............. 250186 TB187 ............. 250187 TB191 ............. 250191 TB192 ............. 250192 TB194 ............. 250194 TB195 ............. 250195 TB199 ............. 250199 TB200 ............. 250200 TB201 ............. 250201 TB202 ............. 250248 TB204 ............. 250204 TB206 ............. 250206 TB208 ............. 250208 TB210 ............. 250210 TB214 ............. 250214 TB228 ............. 250228 TB233 ............. 250233 TB235 ............. 250235 TB236 ............. 250236 TB237 ............. 250237 T219................ 250219 BRYCO B013................ 250013 B014................ 250014 B017................ 250017 B028................ 250028 B036................ 250036 B041................ 250041 B043................ 250043 B062................ 250062 B064................ 250064 B067................ 250067 B070................ 250070 B071................ 250071 B073................ 250073 B074................ 250074 B075................ 250075 B076................ 250076 B077................ 250077 B078................ 250078 B079................ 250079 B087................ 250087 B088................ 250088 B089................ 250089 B090................ 250090 B091................ 250091 B092................ 250092 B093................ 250093 B094................ 250094 B095................ 250095 B096................ 250096 B099................ 250099 B100................ 250100 B101................ 250101 B102................ 250102 B103................ 250103 B104................ 250104 B112................ 250112 B113................ 250113 B114................ 250114 B115................ 250299 B116................ 250300 B117................ 250117 B118................ 250118 B121................ 250121 B122................ 250122 B123................ 250123 B124................ 250124 B126................ 250126 B127................ 250127 B128................ 250128 B130................ 250130 B132................ 250132 B133................ 250292 B134................ 250134 B136................ 250136 B137................ 250137 B138................ 250138 B139................ 250139 B141................ 250141 B142................ 250142 B143................ 250143 B144................ 250144 B145................ 250145 B146................ 250146 B147................ 250147 B149................ 250149 B153................ 250153 B154................ 250154 B155................ 250155 B157................ 250157 B158................ 250158 B159................ 250159 B160................ 250160 B161................ 250161 B162................ 250162 B164................ 250164 B165................ 250165 B167................ 250167 B168................ 250168 B169................ 250169 B176................ 250176 B177................ 250177 B179................ 250179 B182................ 250182 B184................ 250184 B185................ 250185 B186................ 250186 B187................ 250187 B191................ 250191 B194................ 250194 B195................ 250195 B199................ 250199 B201................ 250201 B204................ 250204

AVON AUTO - Cont. B089................ 250089 B090................ 250090 B091................ 250091 B092................ 250092 B093................ 250093 B094................ 250094 B095................ 250095 B096................ 250096 B099................ 250099 BALKAMP 9-013............... 250013 9-014............... 250014 9-017............... 250017 9-018............... 250018 9-020............... 250020 9-028............... 250028 9-032............... 250032 9-036............... 250036 9-037............... 250037 9-039............... 250039 9-041............... 250041 9-043............... 250043 9-061............... 250061 9-062............... 250062 9-063............... 250073 9-064............... 250064 9-065............... 250065 9-067............... 250067 9-070............... 250070 9-071............... 250071 9-073............... 250073 9-074............... 250074 9-075............... 250075 9-076............... 250076 9-077............... 250077 9-078............... 250078 9-079............... 250079 9-081............... 250081 9-082............... 250082 9-083............... 250083 9-084............... 250084 9-087............... 250087 9-088............... 250088 9-089............... 250089 9-090............... 250090 9-091............... 250091 9-092............... 250092 9-093............... 250093 9-094............... 250094 9-095............... 250095 9-096............... 250096 9-098............... 250098 9-099............... 250099 9-100............... 250100 9-101............... 250101 BANDO 100ZA19.......... 250061 109ZA19.......... 250088 111ZA19.......... 250121 113ZA19.......... 250065 121ZA19.......... 250017 124ZA25.......... 250071 135ZA25.......... 250043 142ZA25.......... 250074 206AL050........ 250062 315AL075........ 250028 326AHL125 ..... 250075 330AL075........ 250070 345AL075........ 250073 398AL075........ 250077 458AL075........ 250013 89ZA19 ........... 250095 94ZA19 ........... 250036 97ZA25 ........... 250067 99ZA15 ........... 250037 99ZA19 ........... 250039 BAP-GEON 54-70301......... 250062 54-70302......... 250073 54-70303......... 250064 54-70901......... 250041 54-70902......... 250028 54-70904......... 250073 54-71501......... 250070 54-72001......... 250017 54-72100......... 250065 54-76000......... 250020 54-76301......... 250018 54-77801......... 250014 54-77802......... 250067 54-79800......... 250013

Changeover Listing - Timing Belts


Competitive No. NAPA No. Competitive No. NAPA No. Competitive No. NAPA No. Competitive No. NAPA No. Competitive No. BRYCO - Cont. B208................ 250208 B210................ 250210 B223................ 250223 B224................ 250224 B227................ 250227 B228................ 250228 B229................ 250229 B230................ 250230 B235................ 250235 B236................ 250236 B237................ 250237 B258................ 250258 T115................ 250299 54700 .............. 250095 54742 .............. 250075 54754 .............. 250112 54755 .............. 250176 54788 .............. 250076 CARQUEST T013................ 250013 T014................ 250014 T096................ 250096 T097................ 250097 T098................ 250098 T099................ 250099 T100................ 250100 T101................ 250101 T102................ 250102 T103................ 250103 T104................ 250104 T106................ 250106 T107................ 250107 T112................ 250112 T113................ 250113 T114................ 250114 T117................ 250117 T118................ 250118 T119................ 250119 T121................ 250121 T122................ 250122 T123................ 250123 T124................ 250124 T125................ 250125 T126................ 250126 T127................ 250127 T128................ 250128 T129................ 250129 T130................ 250130 T131................ 250131 T132................ 250132 T134................ 250134 T135................ 250135 T136................ 250136 T137................ 250137 T138................ 250138 T139................ 250139 T140................ 250140 T141................ 250141 T142................ 250142 T143................ 250143 T144................ 250144 T145................ 250145 T146................ 250146 T147................ 250147 T148................ 250148 T149................ 250149 T150................ 250150 T151................ 250151 T153................ 250153 T154................ 250154 T155................ 250155 T157................ 250157 T158................ 250158 T159................ 250159 T160................ 250160 T161................ 250161 T162................ 250162 T163................ 250163 T164................ 250164 T165................ 250165 T166................ 250166 T167................ 250167 T168................ 250168 T169................ 250169 T170................ 250170 T171................ 250171 T172................ 250172 T173................ 250173 T174................ 250174 T176................ 250176 T177................ 250177 T178................ 250178 T179................ 250179 CARQUEST - Cont. T180................ 250180 T181................ 250181 T182................ 250182 T183................ 250183 T184................ 250184 T185................ 250185 T186................ 250186 T187................ 250187 T190................ 250190 T191................ 250191 T192................ 250192 T193................ 250193 T194................ 250194 T195................ 250195 T199................ 250199 T200................ 250200 T201................ 250201 T203................ 250203 T204................ 250204 T205................ 250205 T206................ 250206 T207................ 250207 T208................ 250208 T209................ 250209 T210................ 250210 T211................ 250211 T212................ 250212 T214................ 250214 T215................ 250215 T216................ 250216 T217................ 250217 T218................ 250218 T219................ 250219 T220................ 250220 T221................ 250221 T223................ 250223 T224................ 250224 T225................ 250225 T226................ 250226 T227................ 250227 T228................ 250228 T229................ 250229 T230................ 250230 T232................ 250232 T233................ 250233 T234................ 250234 T235................ 250235 T236................ 250236 T237................ 250237 T239................ 250239 T240................ 250240 T241................ 250241 T242................ 250242 T244................ 250244 T245................ 250245 T246................ 250246 T247................ 250247 T248................ 250248 T249................ 250249 T251................ 250251 T252................ 250252 T253................ 250253 T254................ 250254 T255................ 250255 T256................ 250256 T257................ 250257 T258................ 250258 T259................ 250259 T260................ 250260 T262................ 250262 T263................ 250263 T264................ 250264 T265................ 250265 T266................ 250266 T267................ 250267 T271................ 250271 T272................ 250272 T273................ 250273 T276................ 250276 T277................ 250277 T278................ 250278 T279................ 250279 T280................ 250280 T281................ 250281 T282................ 250282 T283................ 250283 T284................ 250284 T285................ 250285 T286................ 250286 T287................ 250287 T288................ 250288 T289................ 250289 T290................ 250290 CARQUEST - Cont. T291................ 250291 T292................ 250292 T293................ 250293 T294................ 250294 T295................ 250295 T296................ 250296 T297................ 250297 T298................ 250298 T299................ 250299 T300................ 250300 T301................ 250301 T302................ 250302 T303................ 250303 T304................ 250304 T305................ 250305 T306................ 250306 CHIEF TB401 ............. 250014 TB402 ............. 250013 TB403 ............. 250037 TB404 ............. 250017 TB409 ............. 250039 TB411 ............. 250041 TB415 ............. 250028 CLEVELAND MOTIVE B013................ 250013 B014................ 250014 B037................ 250037 B043................ 250043 B074................ 250074 B075................ 250075 B076................ 250076 B077................ 250077 B078................ 250078 B081................ 250081 CLOYES GEAR B013................ 250013 B014................ 250014 B017................ 250017 B018................ 250018 B020................ 250020 B028................ 250028 B032................ 250032 B036................ 250036 B037................ 250037 B039................ 250039 B041................ 250041 B043................ 250043 B061................ 250061 B062................ 250062 B063................ 250073 B064................ 250064 B065................ 250065 B067................ 250067 B070................ 250070 B071................ 250071 B073................ 250073 B074................ 250074 B075................ 250075 B076................ 250076 B077................ 250077 B078................ 250078 B079................ 250079 B081................ 250081 B082................ 250082 B083................ 250083 B084................ 250084 B087................ 250087 B088................ 250088 B089................ 250089 B090................ 250090 B091................ 250091 B092................ 250092 B093................ 250093 B094................ 250094 B095................ 250095 B096................ 250096 B097................ 250097 B098................ 250098 B099................ 250099 B100................ 250100 B101................ 250101 B102................ 250102 B103................ 250103 B104................ 250104 B106................ 250106 B107................ 250107 B108................ 250293 B112................ 250112 B113................ 250113 B114................ 250114 CLOYES GEAR - Cont. B115................ 250299 B116................ 250300 B117................ 250117 B118................ 250118 B119................ 250119 B121................ 250121 B122................ 250122 B123................ 250123 B124................ 250124 B125................ 250125 B126................ 250126 B127................ 250127 B128................ 250128 B129................ 250129 B130................ 250130 B131................ 250131 B132................ 250132 B133................ 250292 B134................ 250134 B135................ 250135 B136................ 250136 B137................ 250137 B138................ 250138 B139................ 250139 B140................ 250140 B141................ 250141 B142................ 250142 B143................ 250143 B144................ 250144 B145................ 250145 B146................ 250146 B147................ 250147 B148................ 250148 B149................ 250149 B150................ 250150 B151................ 250151 B153................ 250153 B154................ 250154 B155................ 250155 B157................ 250157 B158................ 250158 B159................ 250159 B160................ 250160 B161................ 250161 B162................ 250162 B163................ 250163 B164................ 250164 B165................ 250165 B166................ 250166 B167................ 250167 B168................ 250168 B169................ 250169 B170................ 250170 B171................ 250171 B172................ 250172 B174................ 250174 B176................ 250176 B177................ 250177 B178................ 250178 B179................ 250179 B180................ 250180 B181................ 250181 B182................ 250182 B183................ 250183 B184................ 250184 B185................ 250185 B186................ 250186 B187................ 250187 B190................ 250190 B191................ 250191 B192................ 250192 B193................ 250193 B194................ 250194 B195................ 250195 B199................ 250199 B201................ 250201 B203................ 250203 B204................ 250204 B205................ 250205 B206................ 250206 B208................ 250208 B209................ 250209 B210................ 250210 B211................ 250211 B212................ 250212 B214................ 250214 B216................ 250216 B219................ 250219 C013 ............... 250013 C014 ............... 250014 C017 ............... 250017 C018 ............... 250018 C020 ............... 250020

A-45
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CLOYES GEAR - Cont. C028 ............... 250028 C032 ............... 250032 C037 ............... 250037 C039 ............... 250039 C041 ............... 250041 C043 ............... 250043 C061 ............... 250061 C062 ............... 250062 C063 ............... 250073 C064 ............... 250064 C065 ............... 250065 C067 ............... 250067 C070 ............... 250070 C071 ............... 250071 C074 ............... 250074 C075 ............... 250075 C076 ............... 250076 C077 ............... 250077 C078 ............... 250078 C081 ............... 250081 C087 ............... 250087 C088 ............... 250088 C093 ............... 250093 C094 ............... 250094 C095 ............... 250095 C099 ............... 250099 C104 ............... 250104 C112 ............... 250112 CONTINENTAL 6585901 .......... 250065 6585902 .......... 250017 6585910 .......... 250013 6585911 .......... 250082 6585912 .......... 250083 6585913 .......... 250032 6585914 .......... 250043 6585916 .......... 250018 6585918 .......... 250020 6585924 .......... 250078 6585929 .......... 250064 6585933 .......... 250062 6585934 .......... 250073 6585935 .......... 250077 6585939 .......... 250028 6585943 .......... 250041 6585949 .......... 250070 6589089 .......... 250131 6589092 .......... 250084 6589095 .......... 250107 6589100 .......... 250081 6589103 .......... 250106 6598500 .......... 250062 6598506 .......... 250028 6598512 .......... 250073 6598513 .......... 250041 6598519 .......... 250077 6598521 .......... 250088 6598530 .......... 250087 6598534 .......... 250075 6598550 .......... 250094 6598551 .......... 250293 CONTITECH TB014 ............. 250014 TB017 ............. 250017 TB018 ............. 250018 TB032 ............. 250032 TB036 ............. 250036 TB041 ............. 250041 TB043 ............. 250043 TB061 ............. 250061 TB063 ............. 250073 TB064 ............. 250064 TB065 ............. 250065 TB070 ............. 250070 TB074 ............. 250074 TB075 ............. 250075 TB076 ............. 250076 TB077 ............. 250077 TB078 ............. 250078 TB079 ............. 250079 TB081 ............. 250081 TB082 ............. 250082 TB083 ............. 250083 TB084 ............. 250084 TB087 ............. 250087 TB088 ............. 250088 TB089 ............. 250089 TB090 ............. 250090 TB091 ............. 250091 TB092 ............. 250092 TB093 ............. 250093 TB094 ............. 250094

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Competitive No. NAPA No.

Changeover Listing - Timing Belts


Competitive No. NAPA No. Competitive No. NAPA No. Competitive No. NAPA No. Competitive No. NAPA No. CONTITECH - Cont. TB211 ............. 250211 TB212 ............. 250212 TB214 ............. 250214 TB215 ............. 250215 TB216 ............. 250216 TB217 ............. 250217 TB218 ............. 250218 TB220 ............. 250220 TB221 ............. 250221 TB224 ............. 250224 TB225 ............. 250225 TB227 ............. 250227 TB228 ............. 250228 TB229 ............. 250229 TB230 ............. 250230 TB232 ............. 250232 TB233 ............. 250233 TB235 ............. 250235 TB236 ............. 250236 TB239 ............. 250239 TB240 ............. 250240 TB241 ............. 250241 TB252 ............. 250252 CY-LENT C013 ............... 250013 C014 ............... 250014 C017 ............... 250017 C018 ............... 250018 C020 ............... 250020 C028 ............... 250028 C032 ............... 250032 C037 ............... 250037 C039 ............... 250039 C041 ............... 250041 C043 ............... 250043 C061 ............... 250061 C062 ............... 250062 C063 ............... 250073 C064 ............... 250064 C065 ............... 250065 C067 ............... 250067 C070 ............... 250070 C071 ............... 250071 C073 ............... 250073 C075 ............... 250075 C076 ............... 250076 C077 ............... 250077 C078 ............... 250078 C081 ............... 250081 DAYCO A206L050........ 250062 A234L075........ 250073 A315L075........ 250028 A356L075........ 250041 A371L059........ 250037 A375L075........ 250061 A450L075........ 250064 A453L075........ 250017 A457L075........ 250013 A484L088........ 250014 A547L075........ 250020 94011 .............. 250092 94075 .............. 250070 94078 .............. 250203 94080 .............. 250203 94098 .............. 250089 94100 .............. 250090 94123 .............. 250117 94133 .............. 250128 94165 .............. 250146 94169 .............. 250148 94185 .............. 250163 94266 .............. 250091 94283 .............. 250124 94284 .............. 250185 94293 .............. 250165 94294 .............. 250179 94340 .............. 250155 94341 .............. 250139 94350 .............. 250167 94351 .............. 250168 94430 .............. 250155 95013 .............. 250013 95014 .............. 250014 95017 .............. 250017 95018 .............. 250018 95020 .............. 250020 95028 .............. 250028 95032 .............. 250032 95036 .............. 250036 95037 .............. 250037 95039 .............. 250039 DAYCO - Cont. 95041 .............. 250041 95043 .............. 250043 95061 .............. 250061 95062 .............. 250062 95063 .............. 250073 95064 .............. 250064 95065 .............. 250065 95067 .............. 250067 95070 .............. 250070 95071 .............. 250071 95073 .............. 250073 95074 .............. 250074 95075 .............. 250075 95076 .............. 250076 95077 .............. 250077 95078 .............. 250078 95079 .............. 250079 95081 .............. 250081 95082 .............. 250082 95083 .............. 250083 95084 .............. 250084 95087 .............. 250087 95088 .............. 250088 95089 .............. 250089 95090 .............. 250090 95091 .............. 250091 95092 .............. 250092 95093 .............. 250093 95094 .............. 250094 95095 .............. 250095 95096 .............. 250096 95097 .............. 250097 95098 .............. 250098 95099 .............. 250099 95100 .............. 250100 95101 .............. 250101 95102 .............. 250102 95103 .............. 250103 95104 .............. 250104 95106 .............. 250106 95107 .............. 250107 95108 .............. 250293 95112 .............. 250112 95113 .............. 250113 95114 .............. 250114 95115 .............. 250299 95116 .............. 250300 95117 .............. 250117 95118 .............. 250118 95119 .............. 250119 95121 .............. 250121 95122 .............. 250122 95123 .............. 250123 95124 .............. 250124 95125 .............. 250125 95126 .............. 250126 95127 .............. 250127 95128 .............. 250128 95129 .............. 250129 95130 .............. 250130 95131 .............. 250131 95132 .............. 250132 95133 .............. 250292 95134 .............. 250134 95135 .............. 250135 95136 .............. 250136 95137 .............. 250137 95138 .............. 250138 95139 .............. 250139 95140 .............. 250140 95141 .............. 250141 95142 .............. 250142 95143 .............. 250143 95144 .............. 250144 95145 .............. 250145 95146 .............. 250146 95147 .............. 250147 95148 .............. 250148 95150 .............. 250150 95151 .............. 250151 95153 .............. 250153 95154 .............. 250154 95155 .............. 250155 95157 .............. 250157 95158 .............. 250158 95159 .............. 250159 95160 .............. 250160 95161 .............. 250161 95162 .............. 250162 95163 .............. 250163 95164 .............. 250164 95165 .............. 250165 95166 .............. 250166 DAYCO - Cont. 95167 .............. 250167 95168 .............. 250168 95169 .............. 250169 95170 .............. 250170 95171 .............. 250171 95172 .............. 250172 95173 .............. 250173 95174 .............. 250174 95176 .............. 250176 95177 .............. 250177 95178 .............. 250178 95179 .............. 250179 95180 .............. 250180 95181 .............. 250181 95182 .............. 250182 95183 .............. 250183 95184 .............. 250184 95185 .............. 250185 95186 .............. 250186 95187 .............. 250187 95190 .............. 250190 95191 .............. 250191 95192 .............. 250192 95193 .............. 250193 95194 .............. 250194 95195 .............. 250195 95199 .............. 250199 95200 .............. 250200 95201 .............. 250201 95202 .............. 250248 95203 .............. 250203 95204 .............. 250204 95205 .............. 250205 95206 .............. 250206 95207 .............. 250207 95208 .............. 250208 95210 .............. 250210 95211 .............. 250211 95212 .............. 250212 95214 .............. 250214 95215 .............. 250215 95216 .............. 250216 95217 .............. 250217 95218 .............. 250218 95219 .............. 250219 95220 .............. 250220 95221 .............. 250221 95223 .............. 250223 95224 .............. 250224 95225 .............. 250225 95226 .............. 250226 95227 .............. 250227 95228 .............. 250228 95229 .............. 250229 95230 .............. 250230 95232 .............. 250232 95233 .............. 250233 95234 .............. 250234 95235 .............. 250235 95236 .............. 250236 95237 .............. 250237 95240 .............. 250240 95241 .............. 250241 95244 .............. 250244 95245 .............. 250245 95246 .............. 250246 95247 .............. 250247 95248 .............. 250248 95249 .............. 250249 95251 .............. 250251 95252 .............. 250252 95253 .............. 250253 95254 .............. 250254 95255 .............. 250255 95257 .............. 250257 95258 .............. 250258 95259 .............. 250259 95262 .............. 250262 95263 .............. 250263 95264 .............. 250264 95265 .............. 250265 95266 .............. 250266 95271 .............. 250271 95272 .............. 250272 95273 .............. 250273 95276 .............. 250276 95277 .............. 250277 95278 .............. 250278 95281 .............. 250281 95283 .............. 250283 95284 .............. 250284 95286 .............. 250286 95287 .............. 250287 DAYCO - Cont. 95288 .............. 250288 95289 .............. 250289 95291 .............. 250291 95292 .............. 250292 95293 .............. 250293 95294 .............. 250294 95295 .............. 250295 95296 .............. 250296 95298 .............. 250298 95299 .............. 250299 95300 .............. 250300 95302 .............. 250302 95303 .............. 250303 95304 .............. 250304 DURKEE-ATWOOD 24-436PD........ 250018 24-457PD........ 250017 24-542PD........ 250020 28-457PD........ 250013 28-487PD........ 250014 88013 .............. 250013 88014 .............. 250014 88017 .............. 250017 88018 .............. 250018 88020 .............. 250020 88028 .............. 250028 88032 .............. 250032 88037 .............. 250037 88039 .............. 250039 88041 .............. 250041 88043 .............. 250043 88046 .............. 250013 88047 .............. 250014 88050 .............. 250018 88052 .............. 250020 88057 .............. 250037 88058 .............. 250039 88060 .............. 250017 88061 .............. 250061 88062 .............. 250062 88063 .............. 250073 88064 .............. 250064 88065 .............. 250065 88067 .............. 250067 88070 .............. 250070 88071 .............. 250071 88074 .............. 250074 88075 .............. 250075 88076 .............. 250076 88077 .............. 250077 88078 .............. 250078 88079 .............. 250079 88081 .............. 250081 88082 .............. 250082 88083 .............. 250083 88084 .............. 250084 88087 .............. 250087 88088 .............. 250088 88089 .............. 250089 88090 .............. 250090 88091 .............. 250091 88092 .............. 250092 88093 .............. 250093 88094 .............. 250094 88095 .............. 250095 88099 .............. 250099 88100 .............. 250100 88101 .............. 250101 88102 .............. 250102 88104 .............. 250104 88106 .............. 250106 88107 .............. 250107 88112 .............. 250112 88113 .............. 250113 88114 .............. 250114 88115 .............. 250299 88116 .............. 250300 88117 .............. 250117 88118 .............. 250118 88121 .............. 250121 88122 .............. 250122 88124 .............. 250124 88125 .............. 250125 88126 .............. 250126 88127 .............. 250127 88130 .............. 250130 88131 .............. 250131 88132 .............. 250132 88133 .............. 250292 88134 .............. 250134 88136 .............. 250136 88138 .............. 250138 88141 .............. 250141

CONTITECH - Cont. TB095 ............. 250095 TB096 ............. 250096 TB097 ............. 250097 TB098 ............. 250098 TB099 ............. 250099 TB100 ............. 250100 TB101 ............. 250101 TB102 ............. 250102 TB103 ............. 250103 TB104 ............. 250104 TB106 ............. 250106 TB107 ............. 250107 TB108 ............. 250293 TB112 ............. 250112 TB113 ............. 250113 TB115 ............. 250299 TB116 ............. 250300 TB117 ............. 250117 TB118 ............. 250118 TB119 ............. 250119 TB121 ............. 250121 TB122 ............. 250122 TB123 ............. 250123 TB124 ............. 250124 TB125 ............. 250125 TB126 ............. 250126 TB127 ............. 250127 TB128 ............. 250128 TB129 ............. 250129 TB130 ............. 250130 TB131 ............. 250131 TB133 ............. 250292 TB134 ............. 250134 TB135 ............. 250135 TB136 ............. 250136 TB137 ............. 250137 TB138 ............. 250138 TB139 ............. 250139 TB140 ............. 250140 TB141 ............. 250141 TB142 ............. 250142 TB143 ............. 250143 TB144 ............. 250144 TB145 ............. 250145 TB146 ............. 250146 TB147 ............. 250147 TB148 ............. 250148 TB150 ............. 250150 TB151 ............. 250151 TB154 ............. 250154 TB155 ............. 250155 TB157 ............. 250157 TB158 ............. 250158 TB159 ............. 250159 TB160 ............. 250160 TB162 ............. 250162 TB163 ............. 250163 TB164 ............. 250164 TB165 ............. 250165 TB166 ............. 250166 TB167 ............. 250167 TB168 ............. 250168 TB169 ............. 250169 TB170 ............. 250170 TB171 ............. 250171 TB172 ............. 250172 TB173 ............. 250173 TB174 ............. 250174 TB176 ............. 250176 TB177 ............. 250177 TB178 ............. 250178 TB179 ............. 250179 TB180 ............. 250180 TB181 ............. 250181 TB182 ............. 250182 TB183 ............. 250183 TB184 ............. 250184 TB185 ............. 250185 TB186 ............. 250186 TB187 ............. 250187 TB190 ............. 250190 TB191 ............. 250191 TB193 ............. 250193 TB195 ............. 250195 TB199 ............. 250199 TB200 ............. 250200 TB201 ............. 250201 TB203 ............. 250203 TB204 ............. 250204 TB205 ............. 250205 TB208 ............. 250208 TB209 ............. 250209 TB210 ............. 250210

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Competitive No. NAPA No. Competitive No. NAPA No. Competitive No. NAPA No. Competitive No. NAPA No. Competitive No. DURKEE-ATWOOD - Cont. 88143 .............. 250143 88144 .............. 250144 88146 .............. 250146 88153 .............. 250153 88157 .............. 250157 88158 .............. 250158 88159 .............. 250159 88160 .............. 250160 88161 .............. 250161 88162 .............. 250162 88163 .............. 250163 88165 .............. 250165 88170 .............. 250170 DYNAFLEX (See DAYCO) DYNAGEAR B013................ 250013 B014................ 250014 B017................ 250017 B018................ 250018 B020................ 250020 B028................ 250028 B032................ 250032 B037................ 250037 B039................ 250039 B041................ 250041 B043................ 250043 B061................ 250061 B062................ 250062 B063................ 250073 B064................ 250064 B065................ 250065 B067................ 250067 B070................ 250070 B071................ 250071 B074................ 250074 B075................ 250075 B076................ 250076 B077................ 250077 B078................ 250078 B081................ 250081 B087................ 250087 B088................ 250088 B093................ 250093 B094................ 250094 B095................ 250095 B099................ 250099 B104................ 250104 B112................ 250112 TB013 ............. 250013 TB014 ............. 250014 TB017 ............. 250017 TB018 ............. 250018 TB020 ............. 250020 TB028 ............. 250028 TB029 ............. 250104 TB032 ............. 250032 TB036 ............. 250036 TB037 ............. 250037 TB039 ............. 250039 TB041 ............. 250041 TB043 ............. 250043 TB061 ............. 250061 TB062 ............. 250062 TB063 ............. 250073 TB064 ............. 250064 TB065 ............. 250065 TB067 ............. 250067 TB070 ............. 250070 TB071 ............. 250071 TB073 ............. 250073 TB074 ............. 250074 TB075 ............. 250075 TB076 ............. 250076 TB077 ............. 250077 TB078 ............. 250078 TB079 ............. 250079 TB081 ............. 250081 TB082 ............. 250082 TB083 ............. 250083 TB084 ............. 250084 TB087 ............. 250087 TB088 ............. 250088 TB089 ............. 250089 TB090 ............. 250090 TB091 ............. 250091 TB092 ............. 250092 TB093 ............. 250093 TB094 ............. 250094 TB095 ............. 250095 TB096 ............. 250096 TB098 ............. 250098 DYNAGEAR - Cont. TB099 ............. 250099 TB100 ............. 250100 TB101 ............. 250101 TB102 ............. 250102 TB103 ............. 250103 TB104 ............. 250104 TB106 ............. 250106 TB107 ............. 250107 TB108 ............. 250293 TB112 ............. 250112 TB113 ............. 250113 TB114 ............. 250114 TB115 ............. 250299 TB116 ............. 250300 TB117 ............. 250117 TB118 ............. 250118 TB119 ............. 250119 TB121 ............. 250121 TB122 ............. 250122 TB123 ............. 250123 TB124 ............. 250124 TB125 ............. 250125 TB126 ............. 250126 TB127 ............. 250127 TB128 ............. 250128 TB129 ............. 250129 TB130 ............. 250130 TB131 ............. 250131 TB132 ............. 250132 TB133 ............. 250292 TB134 ............. 250134 TB135 ............. 250135 TB136 ............. 250136 TB137 ............. 250137 TB138 ............. 250138 TB139 ............. 250139 TB140 ............. 250140 TB141 ............. 250141 TB142 ............. 250142 TB143 ............. 250143 TB144 ............. 250144 TB145 ............. 250145 TB146 ............. 250146 TB147 ............. 250147 TB148 ............. 250148 TB149 ............. 250149 TB150 ............. 250150 TB151 ............. 250151 TB153 ............. 250153 TB154 ............. 250154 TB155 ............. 250155 TB157 ............. 250157 TB158 ............. 250158 TB159 ............. 250159 TB160 ............. 250160 TB161 ............. 250161 TB162 ............. 250162 TB163 ............. 250163 TB164 ............. 250164 TB165 ............. 250165 TB166 ............. 250166 TB167 ............. 250167 TB168 ............. 250168 TB169 ............. 250169 ELGIN MACH. LB-013 ............ 250013 LB-014 ............ 250014 LB-017 ............ 250017 LB-018 ............ 250018 LB-020 ............ 250020 LB-028 ............ 250028 LB-032 ............ 250032 LB-036 ............ 250036 LB-037 ............ 250037 LB-039 ............ 250039 LB-041 ............ 250041 LB-043 ............ 250043 LB-061 ............ 250061 LB-062 ............ 250062 LB-063 ............ 250073 LB-064 ............ 250064 LB-065 ............ 250065 LB-067 ............ 250067 LB-070 ............ 250070 LB-071 ............ 250071 LB-073 ............ 250073 LB-074 ............ 250074 LB-075 ............ 250075 LB-076 ............ 250076 LB-077 ............ 250077 LB-078 ............ 250078 LB-081 ............ 250081 LB-088 ............ 250088 ELGIN MACH. - Cont. LB-093 ............ 250093 FEDERAL MOGUL LB013.............. 250013 LB014.............. 250014 LB020.............. 250020 LB028.............. 250028 LB032.............. 250032 LB036.............. 250036 LB037.............. 250037 LB039.............. 250039 LB041.............. 250041 LB043.............. 250043 LB061.............. 250061 LB062.............. 250062 LB064.............. 250064 LB065.............. 250065 LB067.............. 250067 LB070.............. 250070 LB071.............. 250071 LB073.............. 250073 LB074.............. 250074 LB075.............. 250075 LB076.............. 250076 LB077.............. 250077 LB078.............. 250078 LB081.............. 250081 LB082.............. 250082 LB083.............. 250083 LB087.............. 250087 LB088.............. 250088 LB089.............. 250089 LB090.............. 250090 LB093.............. 250093 LB094.............. 250094 LB095.............. 250095 LB099.............. 250099 LB101.............. 250101 LB102.............. 250102 LB103.............. 250103 LB104.............. 250104 LB107.............. 250107 LB108.............. 250293 LB112.............. 250112 LB113.............. 250113 LB114.............. 250114 LB115.............. 250299 LB116.............. 250300 LB117.............. 250117 LB118.............. 250162 LB119.............. 250119 LB122.............. 250122 LB124.............. 250124 LB125.............. 250125 LB126.............. 250237 LB128.............. 250128 LB129.............. 250129 LB130.............. 250130 LB131.............. 250131 LB132.............. 250132 LB133.............. 250292 LB134.............. 250134 LB135.............. 250135 LB136.............. 250233 LB138.............. 250199 LB139.............. 250139 LB141.............. 250141 LB142.............. 250142 LB143.............. 250143 LB144.............. 250144 LB145.............. 250145 LB146.............. 250146 LB147.............. 250147 LB148.............. 250148 LB149.............. 250149 LB153.............. 250153 LB154.............. 250154 LB155.............. 250155 LB157.............. 250157 LB158.............. 250158 LB159.............. 250159 LB160.............. 250160 LB161.............. 250161 LB162.............. 250162 LB163.............. 250163 LB164.............. 250164 LB165.............. 250165 LB166.............. 250166 LB167.............. 250167 LB168.............. 250168 LB169.............. 250169 LB170.............. 250170 LB172.............. 250254 LB176.............. 250176 FEDERAL MOGUL - Cont. LB177.............. 250177 LB179.............. 250179 LB180.............. 250180 LB183.............. 250183 LB184.............. 250184 LB185.............. 250185 LB186.............. 250186 LB187.............. 250187 LB193.............. 250193 LB194.............. 250194 LB202.............. 250248 LB210.............. 250210 FIRESTONE 51309510 ........ 250017 51309618 ........ 250061 51309677 ........ 250067 51309693 ........ 250071 51309766 ........ 250081 FRESHSTART (See GOODYEAR) GATES (CANADA) T013................ 250013 T014................ 250014 T017................ 250017 T018................ 250018 T020................ 250020 T028................ 250028 T032................ 250032 T036................ 250036 T037................ 250037 T039................ 250039 T041................ 250041 T043................ 250043 T061................ 250061 T062................ 250062 T063................ 250073 T064................ 250064 T065................ 250065 T067................ 250067 T070................ 250070 T071................ 250071 T073................ 250073 T074................ 250074 T075................ 250075 T076................ 250076 T077................ 250077 T078................ 250078 T079................ 250079 T081................ 250081 T082................ 250082 T083................ 250083 T084................ 250084 T087................ 250087 T088................ 250088 T089................ 250089 T090................ 250090 T091................ 250091 T092................ 250092 T093................ 250093 T094................ 250094 T095................ 250095 T096................ 250096 T097................ 250097 T098................ 250098 T099................ 250099 T100................ 250100 T101................ 250101 T102................ 250102 T103................ 250103 T104................ 250104 T106................ 250106 T107................ 250107 T108................ 250293 T112................ 250112 T113................ 250113 T114................ 250114 T115................ 250299 T116................ 250300 T117................ 250117 T118................ 250118 T119................ 250119 T121................ 250121 T122................ 250122 T123................ 250123 T124................ 250124 T125................ 250125 T126................ 250126 T127................ 250127 T128................ 250128 T129................ 250129

A-47
NAPA No.

GATES (CANADA) - Cont. T130................ 250130 T131................ 250131 T132................ 250132 T133................ 250292 T134................ 250134 T135................ 250135 T136................ 250136 T137................ 250137 T138................ 250138 T139................ 250139 T140................ 250140 T141................ 250141 T142................ 250142 T143................ 250143 T144................ 250144 T145................ 250145 T146................ 250146 T147................ 250147 T148................ 250148 T149................ 250149 T150................ 250150 T151................ 250151 T153................ 250153 T154................ 250154 T155................ 250155 T157................ 250157 T158................ 250158 T159................ 250159 T160................ 250160 T161................ 250161 T162................ 250162 T163................ 250163 T164................ 250164 T165................ 250165 T166................ 250166 T167................ 250167 T168................ 250168 T169................ 250169 T170................ 250170 T171................ 250171 T172................ 250172 T173................ 250173 T174................ 250174 T176................ 250176 T177................ 250177 T178................ 250178 T179................ 250179 T180................ 250180 T181................ 250181 T182................ 250182 T183................ 250183 T184................ 250184 T185................ 250185 T186................ 250186 T187................ 250187 T190................ 250190 T191................ 250191 T192................ 250192 T193................ 250193 T194................ 250194 T195................ 250195 T199................ 250199 T200................ 250200 T201................ 250201 T203................ 250203 T204................ 250204 T205................ 250205 T206................ 250206 T207................ 250207 T208................ 250208 T209................ 250209 T210................ 250210 T211................ 250211 T212................ 250212 T214................ 250214 T215................ 250215 T216................ 250216 T217................ 250217 T218................ 250218 T219................ 250219 T220................ 250220 T221................ 250221 T223................ 250223 T224................ 250224 T225................ 250225 T226................ 250226 T227................ 250227 T228................ 250228 T229................ 250229 T230................ 250230 T232................ 250232 T233................ 250233 T234................ 250234

A-48
Competitive No. NAPA No.

Changeover Listing - Timing Belts


Competitive No. NAPA No. Competitive No. NAPA No. Competitive No. NAPA No. Competitive No. NAPA No. GATES (CANADA) - Cont. 6434 ................ 250074 GATES (U.S.) T013................ 250013 T014................ 250014 T017................ 250017 T018................ 250018 T020................ 250020 T028................ 250028 T032................ 250032 T036................ 250036 T037................ 250037 T039................ 250039 T041................ 250041 T043................ 250043 T061................ 250061 T062................ 250062 T063................ 250073 T064................ 250064 T065................ 250065 T067................ 250067 T070................ 250070 T071................ 250071 T073................ 250073 T074................ 250074 T075................ 250075 T076................ 250076 T077................ 250077 T078................ 250078 T079................ 250079 T081................ 250081 T082................ 250082 T083................ 250083 T084................ 250084 T087................ 250087 T088................ 250088 T089................ 250089 T090................ 250090 T091................ 250091 T092................ 250092 T093................ 250093 T094................ 250094 T095................ 250095 T096................ 250096 T097................ 250097 T098................ 250098 T099................ 250099 T100................ 250100 T101................ 250101 T102................ 250102 T103................ 250103 T104................ 250104 T106................ 250106 T107................ 250107 T108................ 250293 T112................ 250112 T113................ 250113 T114................ 250114 T115................ 250299 T116................ 250300 T117................ 250117 T118................ 250118 T119................ 250119 T121................ 250121 T122................ 250122 T123................ 250123 T124................ 250124 T125................ 250125 T126................ 250126 T127................ 250127 T128................ 250128 T129................ 250129 T130................ 250130 T131................ 250131 T132................ 250132 T133................ 250292 T134................ 250134 T135................ 250135 T136................ 250136 T137................ 250137 T138................ 250138 T139................ 250139 T140................ 250140 T141................ 250141 T142................ 250142 T143................ 250143 T144................ 250144 T145................ 250145 T146................ 250146 T147................ 250147 T148................ 250148 T149................ 250149 T150................ 250150 T151................ 250151 GATES (U.S.) - Cont. T153................ 250153 T154................ 250154 T155................ 250155 T157................ 250157 T158................ 250158 T159................ 250159 T160................ 250160 T161................ 250161 T162................ 250162 T163................ 250163 T164................ 250164 T165................ 250165 T166................ 250166 T167................ 250167 T168................ 250168 T169................ 250169 T170................ 250170 T171................ 250171 T172................ 250172 T173................ 250173 T174................ 250174 T176................ 250176 T177................ 250177 T178................ 250178 T179................ 250179 T180................ 250180 T181................ 250181 T182................ 250182 T183................ 250183 T184................ 250184 T185................ 250185 T186................ 250186 T187................ 250187 T190................ 250190 T191................ 250191 T192................ 250192 T193................ 250193 T194................ 250194 T195................ 250195 T199................ 250199 T200................ 250200 T201................ 250201 T202................ 250248 T203................ 250203 T204................ 250204 T205................ 250205 T206................ 250206 T207................ 250207 T208................ 250208 T209................ 250209 T210................ 250210 T211................ 250211 T212................ 250212 T214................ 250214 T215................ 250215 T216................ 250216 T217................ 250217 T218................ 250218 T219................ 250219 T220................ 250220 T221................ 250221 T223................ 250223 T224................ 250224 T225................ 250225 T226................ 250226 T227................ 250227 T228................ 250228 T229................ 250229 T230................ 250230 T232................ 250232 T233................ 250233 T234................ 250234 T235................ 250235 T236................ 250236 T237................ 250237 T239................ 250239 T240................ 250240 T241................ 250241 T242................ 250242 T244................ 250244 T245................ 250245 T246................ 250246 T247................ 250247 T248................ 250248 T249................ 250249 T251................ 250251 T252................ 250252 T253................ 250253 T254................ 250254 T255................ 250255 T256................ 250256 T257................ 250257 T258................ 250258 GATES (U.S.) - Cont. T259................ 250259 T260................ 250260 T262................ 250262 T263................ 250263 T264................ 250264 T265................ 250265 T266................ 250266 T267................ 250267 T270................ 250270 T271................ 250271 T272................ 250272 T273................ 250273 T274................ 250274 T275................ 250275 T276................ 250276 T277................ 250277 T278................ 250278 T279................ 250279 T280................ 250280 T281................ 250281 T282................ 250282 T283................ 250283 T284................ 250284 T285................ 250285 T286................ 250286 T287................ 250287 T288................ 250288 T289................ 250289 T290................ 250290 T291................ 250291 T292................ 250292 T293................ 250293 T294................ 250294 T295................ 250295 T296................ 250296 T297................ 250297 T298................ 250298 T299................ 250299 T300................ 250300 T301................ 250301 T302................ 250302 T303................ 250303 T304................ 250304 T305................ 250305 T306................ 250306 T308................ 250308 T309................ 250309 T310................ 250310 T311................ 250311 6401 ................ 250014 6402 ................ 250013 6403 ................ 250037 6404 ................ 250017 6406 ................ 250018 6408 ................ 250020 6409 ................ 250039 6410 ................ 250032 6411 ................ 250041 6412 ................ 250062 6415 ................ 250028 6416 ................ 250064 6417 ................ 250065 6418 ................ 250061 6419 ................ 250073 6425 ................ 250070 6427 ................ 250071 6428 ................ 250067 6429 ................ 250076 6430 ................ 250075 6431 ................ 250078 6432 ................ 250077 6433 ................ 250043 6434 ................ 250074 GOODYEAR CD-100............ 250100 CD-101............ 250101 CD-104............ 250104 CD-106............ 250106 CD-112............ 250112 CD-113............ 250113 CD-114............ 250114 CD-115............ 250299 CD-116............ 250300 CD-117............ 250117 CD-118............ 250118 CD-122............ 250122 CD-124............ 250124 CD-125............ 250125 CD-126............ 250126 CD-127............ 250127 CD-128............ 250128 CD-129............ 250129 CD-13.............. 250013 GOODYEAR - Cont. CD-130............ 250130 CD-131............ 250131 CD-132............ 250132 CD-133............ 250292 CD-134............ 250134 CD-136............ 250136 CD-137............ 250137 CD-138............ 250138 CD-139............ 250139 CD-14.............. 250014 CD-140............ 250140 CD-141............ 250141 CD-142............ 250142 CD-143............ 250143 CD-144............ 250144 CD-145............ 250145 CD-146............ 250146 CD-147............ 250147 CD-148............ 250148 CD-149............ 250149 CD-150............ 250150 CD-151............ 250151 CD-153............ 250153 CD-154............ 250154 CD-155............ 250155 CD-157............ 250157 CD-158............ 250158 CD-159............ 250159 CD-160............ 250160 CD-161............ 250161 CD-162............ 250162 CD-163............ 250163 CD-164............ 250164 CD-165............ 250165 CD-166............ 250166 CD-167............ 250167 CD-168............ 250168 CD-169............ 250169 CD-17.............. 250017 CD-170............ 250170 CD-171............ 250171 CD-172............ 250172 CD-173............ 250173 CD-174............ 250174 CD-176............ 250176 CD-177............ 250177 CD-178............ 250178 CD-179............ 250179 CD-18.............. 250018 CD-180............ 250180 CD-181............ 250181 CD-182............ 250182 CD-183............ 250183 CD-184............ 250184 CD-185............ 250185 CD-186............ 250186 CD-187............ 250187 CD-190............ 250190 CD-191............ 250191 CD-192............ 250192 CD-193............ 250193 CD-194............ 250194 CD-195............ 250195 CD-199............ 250199 CD-20.............. 250020 CD-200............ 250200 CD-201............ 250201 CD-202............ 250248 CD-203............ 250203 CD-204............ 250204 CD-205............ 250205 CD-206............ 250206 CD-207............ 250207 CD-208............ 250208 CD-209............ 250209 CD-210............ 250210 CD-211............ 250211 CD-212............ 250212 CD-214............ 250214 CD-215............ 250215 CD-216............ 250216 CD-217............ 250217 CD-218............ 250218 CD-219............ 250219 CD-220............ 250220 CD-221............ 250221 CD-223............ 250223 CD-224............ 250224 CD-225............ 250225 CD-226............ 250226 CD-227............ 250227 CD-228............ 250228 CD-229............ 250229

GATES (CANADA) - Cont. T235................ 250235 T236................ 250236 T237................ 250237 T239................ 250239 T240................ 250240 T241................ 250241 T242................ 250242 T244................ 250244 T245................ 250245 T246................ 250246 T247................ 250247 T248................ 250248 T249................ 250249 T251................ 250251 T252................ 250252 T253................ 250253 T254................ 250254 T255................ 250255 T256................ 250256 T257................ 250257 T258................ 250258 T259................ 250259 T260................ 250260 T262................ 250262 T263................ 250263 T264................ 250264 T265................ 250265 T266................ 250266 T267................ 250267 T270................ 250270 T271................ 250271 T272................ 250272 T273................ 250273 T274................ 250274 T275................ 250275 T276................ 250276 T277................ 250277 T278................ 250278 T279................ 250279 T280................ 250280 T281................ 250281 T282................ 250282 T283................ 250283 T284................ 250284 T285................ 250285 T286................ 250286 T287................ 250287 T288................ 250288 T289................ 250289 T290................ 250290 T291................ 250291 T292................ 250292 T293................ 250293 T294................ 250294 T295................ 250295 T296................ 250296 T297................ 250297 T298................ 250298 T299................ 250299 T300................ 250300 T301................ 250301 T302................ 250302 T303................ 250303 T304................ 250304 T305................ 250305 T306................ 250306 T308................ 250308 T309................ 250309 T310................ 250310 T311................ 250311 6401 ................ 250014 6402 ................ 250013 6403 ................ 250037 6404 ................ 250017 6406 ................ 250018 6408 ................ 250020 6409 ................ 250039 6410 ................ 250032 6411 ................ 250041 6412 ................ 250062 6415 ................ 250028 6416 ................ 250064 6417 ................ 250065 6418 ................ 250061 6419 ................ 250073 6425 ................ 250070 6427 ................ 250071 6428 ................ 250067 6429 ................ 250076 6430 ................ 250075 6431 ................ 250078 6432 ................ 250077 6433 ................ 250043

Changeover Listing - Timing Belts


Competitive No. NAPA No. Competitive No. NAPA No. Competitive No. NAPA No. Competitive No. NAPA No. Competitive No. GOODYEAR - Cont. CD-230............ 250230 CD-232............ 250232 CD-233............ 250233 CD-234............ 250234 CD-235............ 250235 CD-236............ 250236 CD-237............ 250237 CD-239............ 250239 CD-240............ 250240 CD-241............ 250241 CD-242............ 250242 CD-244............ 250244 CD-245............ 250245 CD-246............ 250246 CD-247............ 250247 CD-248............ 250248 CD-249............ 250249 CD-251............ 250251 CD-252............ 250252 CD-253............ 250253 CD-254............ 250254 CD-255............ 250255 CD-256............ 250256 CD-257............ 250257 CD-258............ 250258 CD-259............ 250259 CD-260............ 250260 CD-262............ 250262 CD-263............ 250263 CD-264............ 250264 CD-265............ 250265 CD-266............ 250266 CD-267............ 250267 CD-271............ 250271 CD-272............ 250272 CD-273............ 250273 CD-276............ 250276 CD-277............ 250277 CD-278............ 250278 CD-279............ 250279 CD-28.............. 250028 CD-280............ 250280 CD-281............ 250281 CD-282............ 250282 CD-283............ 250283 CD-284............ 250284 CD-285............ 250285 CD-286............ 250286 CD-287............ 250287 CD-288............ 250288 CD-289............ 250289 CD-290............ 250290 CD-291............ 250291 CD-292............ 250292 CD-293............ 250293 CD-294............ 250294 CD-295............ 250295 CD-296............ 250296 CD-297............ 250297 CD-298............ 250298 CD-299............ 250299 CD-300............ 250300 CD-301............ 250301 CD-302............ 250302 CD-303............ 250303 CD-304............ 250304 CD-305............ 250305 CD-306............ 250306 CD-32.............. 250032 CD-36.............. 250036 CD-37.............. 250037 CD-39.............. 250039 CD-41.............. 250041 CD-43.............. 250043 CD-61.............. 250061 CD-62.............. 250062 CD-63.............. 250073 CD-64.............. 250064 CD-65.............. 250065 CD-67.............. 250067 CD-70.............. 250070 CD-71.............. 250071 CD-74.............. 250074 CD-77.............. 250077 CD-78.............. 250078 CD-81.............. 250081 CD-87.............. 250087 CD-88.............. 250088 CD-89.............. 250089 CD-90.............. 250090 CD-91.............. 250091 CD-92.............. 250092 CD-93.............. 250093 GOODYEAR - Cont. CD-94.............. 250094 CD-95.............. 250095 CD-99.............. 250099 40013 .............. 250013 40014 .............. 250014 40017 .............. 250017 40018 .............. 250018 40020 .............. 250020 40028 .............. 250028 40032 .............. 250032 40036 .............. 250036 40037 .............. 250037 40039 .............. 250039 40041 .............. 250041 40043 .............. 250043 40046 .............. 250013 40047 .............. 250014 40050 .............. 250018 40052 .............. 250020 40057 .............. 250037 40058 .............. 250039 40060 .............. 250017 40061 .............. 250061 40062 .............. 250062 40063 .............. 250073 40064 .............. 250064 40065 .............. 250065 40067 .............. 250067 40070 .............. 250070 40071 .............. 250071 40074 .............. 250074 40075 .............. 250075 40076 .............. 250076 40077 .............. 250077 40078 .............. 250078 40079 .............. 250079 40081 .............. 250081 40082 .............. 250082 40083 .............. 250083 40084 .............. 250084 40087 .............. 250087 40088 .............. 250088 40089 .............. 250089 40090 .............. 250090 40091 .............. 250091 40092 .............. 250092 40093 .............. 250093 40094 .............. 250094 40095 .............. 250095 40099 .............. 250099 40100 .............. 250100 40101 .............. 250101 40102 .............. 250102 40103 .............. 250103 40104 .............. 250104 40106 .............. 250106 40107 .............. 250107 40112 .............. 250176 40113 .............. 250113 40114 .............. 250114 40115 .............. 250299 40116 .............. 250300 40117 .............. 250117 40118 .............. 250118 40119 .............. 250119 40121 .............. 250121 40122 .............. 250122 40123 .............. 250123 40124 .............. 250124 40125 .............. 250125 40126 .............. 250126 40127 .............. 250127 40128 .............. 250128 40129 .............. 250129 40130 .............. 250130 40131 .............. 250131 40132 .............. 250132 40133 .............. 250292 40134 .............. 250134 40136 .............. 250136 40137 .............. 250137 40138 .............. 250138 40139 .............. 250139 40140 .............. 250140 40141 .............. 250141 40142 .............. 250142 40143 .............. 250143 40144 .............. 250144 40145 .............. 250145 40146 .............. 250146 40147 .............. 250147 40148 .............. 250148 40153 .............. 250153 GOODYEAR - Cont. 40154 .............. 250154 40155 .............. 250155 40157 .............. 250157 40158 .............. 250158 40159 .............. 250159 40160 .............. 250160 40161 .............. 250161 40162 .............. 250162 40163 .............. 250163 40164 .............. 250164 40165 .............. 250165 40166 .............. 250166 40167 .............. 250167 40168 .............. 250168 40169 .............. 250169 40170 .............. 250170 40172 .............. 250172 40176 .............. 250176 40177 .............. 250177 40178 .............. 250178 40179 .............. 250179 40180 .............. 250180 40183 .............. 250183 40184 .............. 250184 40185 .............. 250185 40186 .............. 250186 40187 .............. 250187 40190 .............. 250190 40191 .............. 250191 40192 .............. 250192 40193 .............. 250193 40194 .............. 250194 40195 .............. 250195 40199 .............. 250199 40200 .............. 250200 40201 .............. 250201 40202 .............. 250248 40203 .............. 250203 40204 .............. 250204 40205 .............. 250205 40208 .............. 250208 40210 .............. 250210 40211 .............. 250211 40212 .............. 250212 40214 .............. 250214 40215 .............. 250215 40216 .............. 250216 40217 .............. 250217 40219 .............. 250219 40220 .............. 250220 40221 .............. 250221 40223 .............. 250223 40224 .............. 250224 40226 .............. 250226 40227 .............. 250227 40228 .............. 250228 40230 .............. 250230 40233 .............. 250233 40234 .............. 250234 40235 .............. 250235 40236 .............. 250236 40237 .............. 250237 40239 .............. 250239 40240 .............. 250240 40241 .............. 250241 40244 .............. 250244 40245 .............. 250245 40246 .............. 250246 40247 .............. 250247 40248 .............. 250248 40249 .............. 250249 40252 .............. 250252 40255 .............. 250255 40257 .............. 250257 40258 .............. 250258 40259 .............. 250259 40262 .............. 250262 40263 .............. 250263 40265 .............. 250265 40266 .............. 250266 40271 .............. 250271 40272 .............. 250272 40273 .............. 250273 40276 .............. 250276 40283 .............. 250283 40292 .............. 250292 40299 .............. 250299 40300 .............. 250300 HOOF PRODUCTS HB013 ............. 250013 HB014 ............. 250014 HB017 ............. 250017 HB018 ............. 250018 HOOF PRODUCTS - Cont. HB020 ............. 250020 HB028 ............. 250028 HB032 ............. 250032 HB036 ............. 250036 HB037 ............. 250037 HB039 ............. 250039 HB041 ............. 250041 HB043 ............. 250043 HB061 ............. 250061 HB062 ............. 250062 HB063 ............. 250073 HB064 ............. 250064 HB065 ............. 250065 HB067 ............. 250067 HB070 ............. 250070 HB071 ............. 250071 HB073 ............. 250073 HB074 ............. 250074 HB075 ............. 250075 HB076 ............. 250076 HB077 ............. 250077 HB078 ............. 250078 HB079 ............. 250079 HB081 ............. 250081 HB082 ............. 250082 HB083 ............. 250083 HB084 ............. 250084 HB087 ............. 250087 HB088 ............. 250088 HB089 ............. 250089 HB090 ............. 250090 HB091 ............. 250091 HB092 ............. 250092 HB093 ............. 250093 HB094 ............. 250094 HB095 ............. 250095 HB096 ............. 250096 HB099 ............. 250099 HB100 ............. 250100 HB102 ............. 250102 HB103 ............. 250103 HB104 ............. 250104 HB114 ............. 250114 HB115 ............. 250299 HB116 ............. 250300 HB118 ............. 250118 HB121 ............. 250121 HB122 ............. 250122 HB127 ............. 250127 HB128 ............. 250128 LAZORLITE L55-4014......... 250013 L55-4022......... 250062 L55-4030......... 250064 L55-4049......... 250028 L55-4057......... 250041 L55-4065......... 250041 L55-4081......... 250073 L55-4103......... 250078 L55-4111......... 250077 L55-4120......... 250074 L55-4138......... 250079 L55-4154......... 250088 L55-4162......... 250089 L55-4170......... 250090 L55-4189......... 250092 L55-4200......... 250070 L55-4219......... 250075 L55-4227......... 250076 L55-4235......... 250117 L55-4243......... 250093 L55-4251......... 250091 L55-4260......... 250095 L55-4286......... 250104 L55-4294......... 250101 L55-4308......... 250084 L55-4316......... 250087 L55-4324......... 250094 L55-4332......... 250099 L55-4405......... 250017 L55-4472......... 250300 L55-4480......... 250299 L55-4499......... 250112 L55-4502......... 250161 L55-4510......... 250118 L55-4529......... 250104 L55-4537......... 250137 L55-4596......... 250149 L55-4600......... 250141 L55-4618......... 250141 L55-4626......... 250117 L55-4634......... 250134 L55-4642......... 250128

A-49
NAPA No.

LAZORLITE - Cont. L55-4650......... 250124 L55-4669......... 250139 L55-4677......... 250103 L55-4685......... 250135 L55-4693......... 250136 L55-4707......... 250126 L55-4715......... 250098 L55-4723......... 250138 L55-4731......... 250130 L55-4740......... 250129 L55-4758......... 250145 L55-4766......... 250122 L55-4774......... 250121 L55-4782......... 250148 L55-4790......... 250138 L55-4812......... 250146 L55-4820......... 250159 L55-4839......... 250168 L55-4847......... 250144 L55-4855......... 250142 L55-4863......... 250143 L55-4880......... 250167 L55-4898......... 250165 L55-4901......... 250164 L55-4910......... 250150 L55-4928......... 250151 L55-4936......... 250166 L55-4944......... 250113 L55-4952......... 250157 L55-4960......... 250154 L55-4979......... 250125 U55-4367 ........ 250018 U55-4383 ........ 250020 U55-4405 ........ 250017 U55-4413 ........ 250065 U55-4421 ........ 250127 U55-4430 ........ 250083 U55-4448 ........ 250032 U55-4456 ........ 250082 U55-4464 ........ 250043 U55-4545 ........ 250082 U55-4553 ........ 250083 U55-4561 ........ 250293 U55-4570 ........ 250107 U55-4588 ........ 250119 U55-4871 ........ 250292 LEMPCO TB013 ............. 250013 TB014 ............. 250014 TB017 ............. 250017 TB018 ............. 250018 TB028 ............. 250028 TB037 ............. 250037 TB039 ............. 250039 TB041 ............. 250041 TB063 ............. 250073 TB064 ............. 250064 TB071 ............. 250071 TB112 ............. 250112 LINK-BELT B013................ 250013 B014................ 250014 B037................ 250037 MBL THREE STARS 100ZA19.......... 250061 106ZA19.......... 250077 109ZA19.......... 250088 113ZA19.......... 250065 116ZA19.......... 250018 120ZA19.......... 250064 121ZA19.......... 250017 122ZA19.......... 250013 123ZA19.......... 250032 124ZA25.......... 250071 129ZA22.......... 250014 134ZA30.......... 250076 134ZB301........ 250076 135ZB25.......... 250043 139ZA25.......... 250087 142ZA25.......... 250074 146ZA19.......... 250020 55ZA13 ........... 250062 84ZA19 ........... 250028 87ZA34 ........... 250075 87ZB34 ........... 250075 88ZA19 ........... 250070 92ZA19 ........... 250073 95ZA19 ........... 250041 97ZA25 ........... 250067 98ZA19 ........... 250078 99ZA15 ........... 250037

A-50
Competitive No. NAPA No.

Changeover Listing - Timing Belts


Competitive No. NAPA No. Competitive No. NAPA No. Competitive No. NAPA No. Competitive No. NAPA No. MELLING AUTOMOTIVE - Cont. B0164.............. 250164 B0165.............. 250165 B0166.............. 250166 B0167.............. 250167 B0168.............. 250168 B0169.............. 250169 B017................ 250017 B0170.............. 250170 B0171.............. 250171 B0172.............. 250172 B0174.............. 250174 B0176.............. 250176 B0177.............. 250177 B0178.............. 250178 B0179.............. 250179 B018................ 250018 B0180.............. 250180 B0181.............. 250181 B0182.............. 250182 B0183.............. 250183 B0184.............. 250184 B0185.............. 250185 B0186.............. 250186 B0187.............. 250187 B0191.............. 250191 B0192.............. 250192 B0193.............. 250193 B0194.............. 250194 B0195.............. 250195 B0199.............. 250199 B020................ 250020 B0202.............. 250248 B0203.............. 250203 B0204.............. 250204 B0205.............. 250205 B0208.............. 250208 B0210.............. 250210 B0216.............. 250216 B0219.............. 250219 B0223.............. 250223 B0224.............. 250224 B0226.............. 250226 B0228.............. 250228 B0229.............. 250229 B0230.............. 250230 B0232.............. 250232 B0233.............. 250233 B0237.............. 250237 B0239.............. 250239 B028................ 250028 B029................ 250104 B032................ 250032 B036................ 250036 B037................ 250037 B039................ 250039 B041................ 250041 B043................ 250043 B061................ 250061 B062................ 250062 B063................ 250073 B064................ 250064 B065................ 250065 B067................ 250067 B070................ 250070 B071................ 250071 B074................ 250074 B075................ 250075 B076................ 250076 B077................ 250077 B078................ 250078 B079................ 250079 B081................ 250081 B082................ 250082 B083................ 250083 B084................ 250084 B087................ 250087 B088................ 250088 B089................ 250089 B090................ 250090 B091................ 250091 B092................ 250092 B093................ 250093 B094................ 250094 B095................ 250095 B096................ 250096 B097................ 250097 B098................ 250098 B099................ 250099 MICROTEST 9-013............... 250013 9-014............... 250014 9-017............... 250017 MICROTEST - Cont. 9-018............... 250018 9-020............... 250020 9-028............... 250028 9-039............... 250039 9-041............... 250041 9-061............... 250061 9-063............... 250073 9-064............... 250064 9-065............... 250065 9-067............... 250067 9-071............... 250071 MIGHTY CD100............. 250100 CD101............. 250101 CD102............. 250102 CD103............. 250103 CD104............. 250104 CD111............. 250140 CD112............. 250176 CD113............. 250113 CD114............. 250114 CD115............. 250299 CD116............. 250300 CD117............. 250117 CD118............. 250118 CD119............. 250119 CD121............. 250121 CD122............. 250122 CD123............. 250123 CD124............. 250124 CD125............. 250125 CD126............. 250126 CD127............. 250127 CD128............. 250128 CD129............. 250129 CD13............... 250013 CD130............. 250130 CD131............. 250131 CD132............. 250132 CD133............. 250292 CD134............. 250134 CD135............. 250135 CD136............. 250136 CD137............. 250137 CD138............. 250138 CD139............. 250139 CD14............... 250014 CD141............. 250141 CD142............. 250142 CD143............. 250143 CD144............. 250144 CD145............. 250145 CD146............. 250146 CD147............. 250147 CD148............. 250148 CD153............. 250153 CD154............. 250154 CD155............. 250155 CD157............. 250157 CD158............. 250158 CD159............. 250159 CD160............. 250160 CD161............. 250161 CD162............. 250162 CD163............. 250163 CD164............. 250164 CD165............. 250165 CD166............. 250166 CD167............. 250167 CD17............... 250017 CD176............. 250176 CD18............... 250018 CD185............. 250185 CD186............. 250186 CD187............. 250187 CD191............. 250191 CD20............... 250020 CD208............. 250208 CD210............. 250210 CD28............... 250028 CD32............... 250032 CD36............... 250036 CD37............... 250037 CD39............... 250039 CD41............... 250041 CD43............... 250043 CD61............... 250061 CD62............... 250062 CD63............... 250073 CD64............... 250064 CD65............... 250065 CD67............... 250067 CD70............... 250070 MIGHTY - Cont. CD71............... 250071 CD74............... 250074 CD75............... 250075 CD76............... 250076 CD77............... 250077 CD78............... 250078 CD79............... 250079 CD81............... 250081 CD82............... 250082 CD83............... 250083 CD84............... 250084 CD87............... 250087 CD88............... 250088 CD89............... 250089 CD90............... 250090 CD91............... 250091 CD92............... 250092 CD93............... 250093 CD94............... 250094 CD95............... 250095 CD99............... 250099 MITSUBOSHI 106ZA19.......... 250077 111ZA19.......... 250121 116ZA19.......... 250018 120ZA19.......... 250064 122ZA19.......... 250013 123ZA19.......... 250032 127ZA25.......... 250079 129ZA22.......... 250014 134ZB30.......... 250076 139ZA25.......... 250087 146ZA19.......... 250020 55ZA13 ........... 250062 55ZB13 ........... 250090 83ZB19 ........... 250092 84ZA19 ........... 250028 87ZB34 ........... 250075 88ZA19 ........... 250070 89ZA19 ........... 250095 92ZA19 ........... 250073 94ZA19 ........... 250036 95ZA19 ........... 250041 98ZA19 ........... 250078 MOPAR BTC-13............ 250013 BTC-14............ 250014 BTC-37............ 250037 BTC-39............ 250020 B0040013........ 250013 B0040017........ 250017 B0040062........ 250062 B0040063........ 250073 B0040064........ 250064 B0040071........ 250071 MOTORCRAFT CET13............. 250013 CET135........... 250135 CET14............. 250014 CET17............. 250017 CET207........... 250207 CET230........... 250230 CET257........... 250257 CET262........... 250262 CET263........... 250263 CET264........... 250264 CET265........... 250265 CET271........... 250271 CET272........... 250272 CET273........... 250273 CET277........... 250277 CET278........... 250278 CET279........... 250279 CET28............. 250028 CET280........... 250280 CET281........... 250281 CET282........... 250282 CET284........... 250284 CET285........... 250285 CET286........... 250286 CET287........... 250287 CET288........... 250288 CET289........... 250289 CET290........... 250290 CET291........... 250291 CET37............. 250037 CET39............. 250039 CET41............. 250041 CET61............. 250061 CET67............. 250067 CET70............. 250070 MOTORCRAFT - Cont. CET71............. 250071 CET94............. 250094 PAREX TRANS. PARTS 013 .................. 250013 018 .................. 250018 020 .................. 250020 028 .................. 250028 032 .................. 250032 037 .................. 250037 041 .................. 250041 043 .................. 250043 062 .................. 250062 065 .................. 250065 067 .................. 250067 070 .................. 250070 071 .................. 250071 074 .................. 250074 075 .................. 250075 076 .................. 250076 077 .................. 250077 078 .................. 250078 081 .................. 250081 087 .................. 250087 088 .................. 250088 093 .................. 250093 094 .................. 250094 095 .................. 250095 099 .................. 250099 104 .................. 250104 PEP BOYS (See DAYCO) PERFECT CIRCLE 9-100............... 250100 9-101............... 250101 9-102............... 250102 9-103............... 250103 9-104............... 250104 9-13................. 250013 9-14................. 250014 9-17................. 250017 9-18................. 250018 9-20................. 250020 9-28................. 250028 9-32................. 250032 9-36................. 250036 9-37................. 250037 9-39................. 250039 9-41................. 250041 9-43................. 250043 9-61................. 250061 9-62................. 250062 9-63................. 250073 9-64................. 250064 9-65................. 250065 9-67................. 250067 9-70................. 250070 9-71................. 250071 9-74................. 250074 9-75................. 250075 9-76................. 250076 9-77................. 250077 9-78................. 250078 9-79................. 250079 9-81................. 250081 9-84................. 250084 9-87................. 250087 9-88................. 250088 9-89................. 250089 9-90................. 250090 9-91................. 250091 9-92................. 250092 9-93................. 250093 9-94................. 250094 9-96................. 250096 9-98................. 250098 9-99................. 250099 PERFECTION AM B0101.............. 250101 B0102.............. 250102 B0103.............. 250103 B0104.............. 250104 B0114.............. 250114 B0118.............. 250162 B013................ 250013 B014................ 250014 B017................ 250017 B018................ 250018 B020................ 250020 B028................ 250028 B032................ 250032

MBL THREE STARS - Cont. 99ZA19 ........... 250039 MCQUAY-NORRIS TC013 ............. 250013 TC014 ............. 250014 TC017 ............. 250017 TC018 ............. 250018 TC020 ............. 250020 TC028 ............. 250028 TC032 ............. 250032 TC036 ............. 250036 TC037 ............. 250037 TC039 ............. 250039 TC041 ............. 250041 TC043 ............. 250043 TC061 ............. 250061 TC062 ............. 250062 TC063 ............. 250073 TC064 ............. 250064 TC065 ............. 250065 TC067 ............. 250067 TC070 ............. 250070 TC071 ............. 250071 TC074 ............. 250074 TC075 ............. 250075 TC076 ............. 250076 TC077 ............. 250077 TC078 ............. 250078 TC081 ............. 250081 TC087 ............. 250087 TC088 ............. 250088 TC089 ............. 250089 MELLING AUTOMOTIVE B0100.............. 250100 B0101.............. 250101 B0102.............. 250102 B0103.............. 250103 B0104.............. 250104 B0106.............. 250106 B0107.............. 250107 B0108.............. 250293 B0112.............. 250176 B0113.............. 250113 B0114.............. 250114 B0115.............. 250299 B0116.............. 250300 B0117.............. 250117 B0118.............. 250162 B0119.............. 250119 B0121.............. 250121 B0122.............. 250122 B0123.............. 250123 B0124.............. 250124 B0125.............. 250125 B0126.............. 250126 B0127.............. 250127 B0128.............. 250128 B0129.............. 250129 B013................ 250013 B0130.............. 250130 B0131.............. 250131 B0132.............. 250132 B0133.............. 250292 B0134.............. 250134 B0135.............. 250135 B0136.............. 250136 B0137.............. 250137 B0138.............. 250138 B0139.............. 250139 B014................ 250014 B0140.............. 250140 B0141.............. 250141 B0142.............. 250142 B0143.............. 250143 B0144.............. 250144 B0145.............. 250145 B0146.............. 250146 B0147.............. 250147 B0148.............. 250148 B0149.............. 250149 B0150.............. 250150 B0151.............. 250151 B0153.............. 250153 B0154.............. 250154 B0155.............. 250155 B0157.............. 250157 B0158.............. 250158 B0159.............. 250159 B0160.............. 250160 B0161.............. 250161 B0162.............. 250162 B0163.............. 250163

Changeover Listing - Timing Belts


Competitive No. NAPA No. Competitive No. NAPA No. Competitive No. NAPA No. Competitive No. NAPA No. Competitive No. PERFECTION AM - Cont. B036................ 250036 B037................ 250037 B039................ 250039 B041................ 250041 B043................ 250043 B061................ 250061 B062................ 250062 B063................ 250073 B064................ 250064 B065................ 250065 B067................ 250067 B070................ 250070 B071................ 250071 B074................ 250074 B075................ 250075 B076................ 250076 B077................ 250077 B078................ 250078 B081................ 250081 B082................ 250082 B083................ 250083 B087................ 250087 B088................ 250088 B089................ 250089 B090................ 250090 B093................ 250093 B094................ 250094 B095................ 250095 B099................ 250099 013 .................. 250013 014 .................. 250014 017 .................. 250017 018 .................. 250020 037 .................. 250037 039 .................. 250039 PROVEN VALU TB-013 ............ 250013 TB-014 ............ 250014 TB-017 ............ 250017 TB-018 ............ 250018 TB-020 ............ 250020 TB-028 ............ 250028 TB-032 ............ 250032 TB-036 ............ 250036 TB-037 ............ 250037 TB-039 ............ 250039 TB-041 ............ 250041 TB-043 ............ 250043 TB-061 ............ 250061 TB-062 ............ 250062 TB-063 ............ 250073 TB-064 ............ 250064 TB-065 ............ 250065 TB-067 ............ 250067 TB-070 ............ 250070 TB-071 ............ 250071 TB-073 ............ 250073 TB-074 ............ 250074 TB-075 ............ 250075 TB-076 ............ 250076 TB-077 ............ 250077 TB-078 ............ 250078 TB-079 ............ 250079 TB-081 ............ 250081 TB-082 ............ 250082 TB-083 ............ 250083 TB-084 ............ 250084 TB-087 ............ 250087 TB-088 ............ 250088 TB-089 ............ 250089 TB-090 ............ 250090 TB-091 ............ 250091 TB-092 ............ 250092 TB-093 ............ 250093 TB-094 ............ 250094 TB-095 ............ 250095 TB-096 ............ 250096 TB-098 ............ 250098 TB-099 ............ 250099 TB-100 ............ 250100 TB-101 ............ 250101 TB-102 ............ 250102 TB-103 ............ 250103 TB-104 ............ 250104 TB-112 ............ 250112 TB-113 ............ 250113 TB-114 ............ 250114 TB-115 ............ 250299 TB-116 ............ 250300 TB-117 ............ 250117 TB-118 ............ 250118 TB-119 ............ 250119 TB-121 ............ 250121 PROVEN VALU - Cont. TB-122 ............ 250122 TB-123 ............ 250123 TB-125 ............ 250125 TB-126 ............ 250126 TB-127 ............ 250127 TB-128 ............ 250128 TB-129 ............ 250129 TB-130 ............ 250130 TB-134 ............ 250134 TB-139 ............ 250139 REPCOPARTS 4013 ................ 250013 4014 ................ 250014 4017 ................ 250017 4018 ................ 250018 4020 ................ 250020 4028 ................ 250028 4029 ................ 250104 4032 ................ 250032 4036 ................ 250036 4037 ................ 250037 4039 ................ 250039 4041 ................ 250041 4043 ................ 250043 4061 ................ 250061 4065 ................ 250065 4070 ................ 250070 4071 ................ 250071 4073 ................ 250073 4074 ................ 250074 4077 ................ 250077 4078 ................ 250078 4079 ................ 250079 4081 ................ 250081 4082 ................ 250082 4083 ................ 250083 4084 ................ 250084 4089 ................ 250089 4091 ................ 250091 4092 ................ 250092 4093 ................ 250093 4094 ................ 250094 4095 ................ 250095 4096 ................ 250096 4097 ................ 250097 4098 ................ 250098 4099 ................ 250099 4100 ................ 250100 4101 ................ 250101 4102 ................ 250102 4103 ................ 250103 4104 ................ 250104 4106 ................ 250106 REPUBLIC R0112 ............. 250176 R0113 ............. 250113 R0114 ............. 250114 R0115 ............. 250299 R0116 ............. 250300 R0117 ............. 250117 R0118 ............. 250162 R0119 ............. 250119 R0122 ............. 250122 R0124 ............. 250124 R0125 ............. 250125 R0126 ............. 250126 R0127 ............. 250127 R0128 ............. 250128 R0129 ............. 250129 R0130 ............. 250130 R0132 ............. 250132 R0133 ............. 250292 R0134 ............. 250134 R0135 ............. 250135 R0136 ............. 250233 R0138 ............. 250138 R0139 ............. 250139 R0141 ............. 250141 R0142 ............. 250142 R0143 ............. 250143 R0144 ............. 250144 R0145 ............. 250145 R0146 ............. 250146 R0147 ............. 250147 R0148 ............. 250148 R0153 ............. 250153 R0154 ............. 250154 R0157 ............. 250157 R0158 ............. 250158 R0159 ............. 250159 R0160 ............. 250160 R0161 ............. 250161 REPUBLIC - Cont. R0162 ............. 250162 R0163 ............. 250163 R0164 ............. 250164 R0166 ............. 250166 R0167 ............. 250167 R0168 ............. 250168 R0169 ............. 250169 R0170 ............. 250170 R0176 ............. 250176 R0177 ............. 250177 R0179 ............. 250179 R0184 ............. 250184 R0185 ............. 250185 R0186 ............. 250186 R0187 ............. 250187 R082 ............... 250082 R083 ............... 250083 REPUBLIC PARTS R-0100 ............ 250100 R-0101 ............ 250101 R-0102 ............ 250102 R-0103 ............ 250103 R-0104 ............ 250104 R-0112 ............ 250112 R-013 .............. 250013 R-014 .............. 250014 R-017 .............. 250017 R-018 .............. 250018 R-020 .............. 250020 R-028 .............. 250028 R-032 .............. 250032 R-036 .............. 250036 R-037 .............. 250037 R-039 .............. 250039 R-041 .............. 250041 R-043 .............. 250043 R-061 .............. 250061 R-062 .............. 250062 R-063 .............. 250073 R-064 .............. 250064 R-065 .............. 250065 R-067 .............. 250067 R-070 .............. 250070 R-071 .............. 250071 R-073 .............. 250073 R-074 .............. 250074 R-075 .............. 250075 R-076 .............. 250075 R-077 .............. 250077 R-078 .............. 250078 R-079 .............. 250079 R-081 .............. 250081 R-084 .............. 250084 R-087 .............. 250087 R-088 .............. 250088 R-089 .............. 250089 R-090 .............. 250090 R-091 .............. 250091 R-092 .............. 250092 R-093 .............. 250093 R-094 .............. 250094 R-095 .............. 250095 R-096 .............. 250096 R-098 .............. 250098 R-099 .............. 250099 ROCKHILL TB-100 ............ 250100 TB-101 ............ 250101 TB-102 ............ 250102 TB-103 ............ 250103 TB-104 ............ 250104 TB-112 ............ 250176 TB-118 ............ 250118 TB-13 .............. 250013 TB-14 .............. 250014 TB-17 .............. 250017 TB-18 .............. 250018 TB-20 .............. 250020 TB-28 .............. 250028 TB-32 .............. 250032 TB-36 .............. 250036 TB-37 .............. 250037 TB-39 .............. 250039 TB-41 .............. 250041 TB-43 .............. 250043 TB-61 .............. 250061 TB-62 .............. 250062 TB-63 .............. 250073 TB-64 .............. 250064 TB-65 .............. 250065 TB-67 .............. 250067 TB-70 .............. 250070 ROCKHILL - Cont. TB-71 .............. 250071 TB-73 .............. 250073 TB-74 .............. 250074 TB-75 .............. 250075 TB-76 .............. 250076 TB-77 .............. 250077 TB-78 .............. 250078 TB-79 .............. 250079 TB-81 .............. 250081 TB-82 .............. 250082 TB-83 .............. 250083 TB-84 .............. 250084 TB-87 .............. 250087 TB-88 .............. 250088 TB-89 .............. 250158 TB-90 .............. 250159 TB-91 .............. 250091 TB-92 .............. 250092 TB-93 .............. 250093 TB-94 .............. 250094 TB-95 .............. 250095 TB-98 .............. 250098 TB-99 .............. 250161 SEALED POWER 222-100........... 250100 222-13............. 250013 222-14............. 250014 222-17............. 250017 222-18............. 250018 222-20............. 250020 222-28............. 250028 222-32............. 250032 222-36............. 250036 222-37............. 250037 222-39............. 250039 222-41............. 250041 222-43............. 250043 222-61............. 250061 222-62............. 250062 222-63............. 250073 222-64............. 250064 222-65............. 250065 222-67............. 250067 222-70............. 250070 222-71............. 250071 222-73............. 250073 222-74............. 250074 222-75............. 250075 222-76............. 250076 222-77............. 250077 222-78............. 250078 222-81............. 250081 222-87............. 250087 222-88............. 250088 222-89............. 250089 222-90............. 250090 222-91............. 250091 222-92............. 250092 222-93............. 250093 222-94............. 250094 222-95............. 250095 222-99............. 250161 222B160.......... 250160 222B161.......... 250161 222B162.......... 250162 222B163.......... 250163 222B164.......... 250164 222B165.......... 250165 222B166.......... 250166 222B167.......... 250167 222B168.......... 250168 222B169.......... 250169 222B170.......... 250170 222B172.......... 250254 222B177.......... 250177 222B179.......... 250179 222B180.......... 250180 222B183.......... 250183 222B184.......... 250184 222B185.......... 250185 222B186.......... 250186 222B187.......... 250187 222B193.......... 250193 222B194.......... 250194 222B202.......... 250248 222B210.......... 250210 222013 ............ 250013 222014 ............ 250014 222017 ............ 250017 222018 ............ 250018 222020 ............ 250020 222028 ............ 250028 222032 ............ 250032

A-51
NAPA No.

SEALED POWER - Cont. 222036 ............ 250036 222037 ............ 250037 222039 ............ 250039 222041 ............ 250041 222043 ............ 250043 222061 ............ 250061 222062 ............ 250062 222063 ............ 250073 222064 ............ 250064 222065 ............ 250065 222067 ............ 250067 222070 ............ 250070 222071 ............ 250071 222074 ............ 250074 222075 ............ 250075 222076 ............ 250076 222077 ............ 250077 222078 ............ 250078 222082 ............ 250082 222083 ............ 250083 222087 ............ 250087 222088 ............ 250088 222089 ............ 250158 222090 ............ 250159 222093 ............ 250093 222094 ............ 250160 222095 ............ 250095 222099 ............ 250161 222101 ............ 250101 222102 ............ 250102 222103 ............ 250103 222104 ............ 250104 222107 ............ 250107 222108 ............ 250293 222112 ............ 250176 222113 ............ 250113 222114 ............ 250114 222115 ............ 250299 222116 ............ 250300 222117 ............ 250117 222118 ............ 250162 222119 ............ 250119 222122 ............ 250122 222124 ............ 250124 222125 ............ 250125 222126 ............ 250237 222128 ............ 250128 222129 ............ 250129 222130 ............ 250130 222131 ............ 250131 222132 ............ 250132 222133 ............ 250292 222134 ............ 250134 222135 ............ 250135 222136 ............ 250233 222138 ............ 250199 222139 ............ 250139 222141 ............ 250141 222142 ............ 250142 222143 ............ 250143 222144 ............ 250144 222145 ............ 250145 222146 ............ 250146 222147 ............ 250147 222148 ............ 250148 222153 ............ 250153 222154 ............ 250154 222155 ............ 250155 222157 ............ 250157 222158 ............ 250158 222159 ............ 250159 SUNOCO TB063 ............. 250073 TB070 ............. 250070 TB077 ............. 250077 TB401 ............. 250014 TB402 ............. 250013 TB403 ............. 250037 TB404 ............. 250017 TB409 ............. 250039 TB411 ............. 250041 TB415 ............. 250028 TB418 ............. 250061 TB428 ............. 250067 T1043.............. 250043 T1064.............. 250064 T1071.............. 250071 T1081.............. 250081 T.R.W. LB074.............. 250074 LB075.............. 250075 LB077.............. 250077

A-52
Competitive No. NAPA No.

Changeover Listing - Timing Belts


Competitive No. NAPA No. Competitive No. NAPA No. Competitive No. NAPA No. Competitive No. NAPA No. T.R.W. - Cont. LB82................ 250082 LB83................ 250083 LB84................ 250084 LB87................ 250087 LB88................ 250088 LB89................ 250158 LB90................ 250159 LB91................ 250091 LB92................ 250092 LB93................ 250093 LB94................ 250160 LB95................ 250095 LB96................ 250096 LB98................ 250098 LB99................ 250161 TEXACO TB401 ............. 250014 TB402 ............. 250013 TB403 ............. 250037 TB404 ............. 250017 TB409 ............. 250039 TB411 ............. 250041 TB415 ............. 250028 ULTRALAST B013................ 250013 B014................ 250014 B017................ 250017 B028................ 250028 B032................ 250032 B036................ 250036 B037................ 250037 B039................ 250039 B041................ 250041 B043................ 250043 B061................ 250061 B064................ 250064 B067................ 250067 B070................ 250070 B071................ 250071 B073................ 250073 B074................ 250074 B077................ 250077 B078................ 250078 B081................ 250081 B087................ 250087 B088................ 250088 B089................ 250089 B090................ 250090 B094................ 250094 B095................ 250095 B099................ 250099 B101................ 250101 B104................ 250104 B112................ 250112 B113................ 250113 B114................ 250114 B116................ 250300 B117................ 250117 B118................ 250118 B122................ 250122 B124................ 250124 B125................ 250125 B126................ 250126 B128................ 250128 B129................ 250129 B130................ 250130 B132................ 250132 B134................ 250134 B136................ 250136 B138................ 250138 B139................ 250139 B141................ 250141 B142................ 250142 B143................ 250143 B145................ 250145 B146................ 250146 B147................ 250147 B148................ 250148 B153................ 250153 B154................ 250154 B155................ 250155 B157................ 250157 B158................ 250158 B159................ 250159 B160................ 250160 B161................ 250161 B162................ 250162 B163................ 250163 B164................ 250164 B166................ 250166 B167................ 250167 B168................ 250168 ULTRALAST - Cont. B172................ 250172 B177................ 250177 B179................ 250179 B184................ 250184 B185................ 250185 B186................ 250186 B187................ 250187 B191................ 250191 B194................ 250194 B199................ 250199 B233................ 250233 B236................ 250236 B32.................. 250032 TB063 ............. 250073 TB070 ............. 250070 TB077 ............. 250077 TB401 ............. 250014 TB402 ............. 250013 TB403 ............. 250037 TB404 ............. 250017 TB409 ............. 250039 TB411 ............. 250041 TB415 ............. 250028 TB418 ............. 250061 TB428 ............. 250067 T013................ 250013 T014................ 250014 T017................ 250017 T028................ 250028 T032................ 250032 T037................ 250037 T039................ 250039 T041................ 250041 T043................ 250043 T061................ 250061 T063................ 250073 T064................ 250064 T067................ 250067 T070................ 250070 T071................ 250071 T073................ 250073 T077................ 250077 T081................ 250081 T087................ 250087 T089................ 250089 T092................ 250092 T094................ 250094 T099................ 250099 T1043.............. 250043 T1064.............. 250064 T1071.............. 250071 T1081.............. 250081 T115................ 250299 T203................ 250203 T210................ 250210 T228................ 250228 UNIROYAL A206L050........ 250062 A206L050S ..... 250090 A315L075........ 250028 A326L134B ..... 250075 A330L075........ 250070 A345L075........ 250073 A356L075........ 250041 A363L100........ 250067 A367L075........ 250078 A371L060........ 250037 A371L075........ 250039 A375L075........ 250061 A397L075........ 250077 A408L075........ 250088 A416L075R ..... 250081 A423L075........ 250065 A435L075........ 250018 A450L075........ 250064 A450L075S ..... 250093 A453L075........ 250017 A457L075........ 250013 A457L075S ..... 250158 A461L075........ 250032 A465L100........ 250071 A483L087........ 250014 A484L088........ 250014 A502L118B ..... 250076 A506L100B ..... 250043 A521L100........ 250087 A532L100........ 250074 A547L075........ 250020 UNOCAL TB063 ............. 250073 TB070 ............. 250070 TB077 ............. 250077 UNOCAL - Cont. TB401 ............. 250014 TB402 ............. 250013 TB403 ............. 250037 TB404 ............. 250017 TB409 ............. 250039 TB411 ............. 250041 TB415 ............. 250028 TB418 ............. 250061 TB428 ............. 250067 T013................ 250013 T014................ 250014 T017................ 250017 T028................ 250028 T032................ 250032 T037................ 250037 T039................ 250039 T041................ 250041 T043................ 250043 T061................ 250061 T063................ 250073 T064................ 250064 T067................ 250067 T070................ 250070 T071................ 250071 T073................ 250073 T077................ 250077 T081................ 250081 T094................ 250094 T1043.............. 250043 T1064.............. 250064 T1071.............. 250071 T1081.............. 250081 VERA A326L134B ..... 250075 45-00070......... 250062 45-00096......... 250062 45-00724......... 250028 45-00732......... 250036 45-00740......... 250020 45-00773......... 250032 45-00781......... 250018 45-00799......... 250014 45-00807......... 250013 45-00815......... 250043 45-00823......... 250017 45-00849......... 250065 45-00864......... 250070 45-00930......... 250073 45-00948......... 250064 45-00955......... 250041 45-01051......... 250082 45-01069......... 250083 45-01127......... 250076 45-01135......... 250075 45-01150......... 250078 45-01168......... 250077 45-01176......... 250074 45-01200......... 250107 45-01226......... 250158 45-01234......... 250091 45-01267......... 250106 45-01283......... 250088 45-01291......... 250087 45-01325......... 250104 45-01341......... 250099 45-01366......... 250094 45-01382......... 250093 45-01408......... 250062 45-01424......... 250100 45-01440......... 250103 45-01481......... 250090 45-01499......... 250092 45-01580......... 250127 45-01614......... 250293 45-01622......... 250292 45-01630......... 250118 45-01648......... 250095 45-01655......... 250137 45-01663......... 250300 45-01671......... 250299 45-01689......... 250131 45-01697......... 250135 45-01705......... 250136 45-01713......... 250176 45-01721......... 250126 45-01739......... 250101 45-01754......... 250138 45-01762......... 250129 45-01770......... 250071 45-01788......... 250122 45-01796......... 250141 45-01804......... 250134 45-01812......... 250113 VERA - Cont. 45-01820......... 250117 45-01838......... 250124 45-01853......... 250121 45-01861......... 250140 45-01879......... 250147 45-01887......... 250102 45-01895......... 250119 45-01945......... 250187 45-01952......... 250186 45-01960......... 250143 45-01978......... 250145 45-01986......... 250144 45-01994......... 250142 45-02009......... 250124 45-02017......... 250169 45-02025......... 250149 45-02033......... 250146 45-02041......... 250155 45-02066......... 250167 45-02074......... 250168 45-02082......... 250139 45-02090......... 250300 45-02108......... 250299 45-02116......... 250164 45-02124......... 250157 45-02140......... 250199 45-02157......... 250154 45-02199......... 250127 45-02215......... 250128 45-05074......... 250168 WESTERN AUTO 74-2736-2........ 250067 74-2737-0........ 250061 74-2738-8........ 250039 74-2739-6........ 250037 74-2741-2........ 250013 74-2742-0........ 250014 74-2743-8........ 250017 74-2744-6........ 250071 WOLVERINE TB013 ............. 250013 TB014 ............. 250014 TB017 ............. 250017 TB018 ............. 250018 TB020 ............. 250020 TB028 ............. 250028 TB032 ............. 250032 TB036 ............. 250036 TB037 ............. 250037 TB039 ............. 250039 TB041 ............. 250041 TB043 ............. 250043 TB061 ............. 250061 TB062 ............. 250062 TB063 ............. 250073 TB064 ............. 250064 TB067 ............. 250067 TB070 ............. 250070 TB071 ............. 250071 TB073 ............. 250073 TB077 ............. 250077 TB078 ............. 250078 TB081 ............. 250081 TB095 ............. 250095 WORLD PARTS W11-600.......... 250018 W11-601.......... 250020 W11-631.......... 250075 W11-636.......... 250013 W11-639.......... 250013 W11-640.......... 250076 W11-643.......... 250017 W11-645.......... 250020 W11-651.......... 250028 W11-654.......... 250041 W11-655.......... 250014 W11-657.......... 250036 W11-658.......... 250032 W11-659.......... 250043 W11-660.......... 250064 W11-661.......... 250062 W11-665.......... 250070 W11-669.......... 250073 W11-670.......... 250065 W16-801.......... 250079 W16-802.......... 250084 W16-803.......... 250078 W16-804.......... 250087 W16-805.......... 250101 W16-807.......... 250090 W16-808.......... 250158

T.R.W. - Cont. LB078.............. 250078 LB079.............. 250079 LB081.............. 250081 LB082.............. 250082 LB083.............. 250083 LB084.............. 250084 LB087.............. 250087 LB088.............. 250088 LB090.............. 250090 LB091.............. 250091 LB092.............. 250092 LB093.............. 250093 LB094.............. 250094 LB095.............. 250095 LB100.............. 250100 LB101.............. 250101 LB102.............. 250102 LB103.............. 250103 LB104.............. 250104 LB112.............. 250112 LB113.............. 250113 LB114.............. 250114 LB115.............. 250299 LB116.............. 250300 LB117.............. 250117 LB118.............. 250162 LB119.............. 250119 LB121.............. 250121 LB122.............. 250122 LB123.............. 250123 LB124.............. 250124 LB125.............. 250125 LB126.............. 250237 LB128.............. 250128 LB129.............. 250129 LB13................ 250013 LB130.............. 250130 LB132.............. 250132 LB134.............. 250134 LB136.............. 250233 LB137.............. 250137 LB138.............. 250199 LB139.............. 250139 LB14................ 250014 LB141.............. 250141 LB142.............. 250142 LB143.............. 250143 LB144.............. 250144 LB146.............. 250146 LB148.............. 250148 LB149.............. 250149 LB150.............. 250150 LB151.............. 250151 LB153.............. 250153 LB155.............. 250155 LB157.............. 250157 LB158.............. 250158 LB159.............. 250159 LB160.............. 250160 LB161.............. 250161 LB163.............. 250163 LB164.............. 250164 LB165.............. 250165 LB166.............. 250166 LB167.............. 250167 LB168.............. 250168 LB169.............. 250169 LB17................ 250017 LB18................ 250018 LB20................ 250020 LB28................ 250028 LB32................ 250032 LB36................ 250036 LB37................ 250037 LB39................ 250039 LB41................ 250041 LB43................ 250043 LB61................ 250061 LB62................ 250062 LB63................ 250073 LB64................ 250064 LB65................ 250065 LB67................ 250067 LB70................ 250070 LB71................ 250071 LB73................ 250073 LB74................ 250074 LB75................ 250075 LB76................ 250076 LB77................ 250077 LB78................ 250078 LB79................ 250079 LB81................ 250081

Changeover Listing - Timing Belts


Competitive No. NAPA No. Competitive No. NAPA No. Competitive No. NAPA No. Competitive No. NAPA No. Competitive No. WORLD PARTS - Cont. W16-811.......... 250083 W16-812.......... 250082 W16-814.......... 250299 W16-815.......... 250094 W16-816.......... 250300

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Manufacturers Part Numbers NAPA Automotive Timing Belts


Showing Factory Part Numbers for Automotive Timing Belts With the Corresponding NAPA Replacement Numbers
NAPA No. 250090 250090 250075 250028 250185 250185 250185 250185 250185 250185 250141 250179 250179 250179 250179 250179 250179 250141 250141 250123 250123 250123 250141 250141 250141 250141 250149 250149 250149 250165 250099 250099 250013 250014 250014 250014 250014 250014 250129 250067 250067 250194 250067 250067 250067 250103 250102 250067 250014 250142 250092 250091 250014 250141 250141 250141 250077 250248 250179 250020 250020 250142 250088 250113 250113 250113 250088 250088 250088 250113 250113 250113 250113 250117 250117 250113 250117 250113 250113 250113 250228 250228 250228 Mfr. Part No. F0BZ 6268 A......... F1ZZ 6268 A......... F17E 6268 AA ...... F2CE 6268 AA...... F2Y112205 ............ F20212205 ............ F20312205 ............ F21012205 ............ F3BZ 6268 A......... F3CZ 6268 A ........ F3DZ 6268 A ........ F3XY 6268 A ........ F32Z 6268 A ......... F32Z 6268 B ......... F37E 6268 AA ...... F4BZ 6268 A......... F4XY 6268 A ........ F42Z 6268 A ......... F47E 6268 AA ...... F47Z 6268 B ......... F5RZ 6268 A ........ F57E 6268 AA ...... F57E 6268 BB ...... F57Z 6268 A ......... F7CZ 6268 AA ...... F8CZ 6268 AA ...... F80112205 ............ F80212205 ............ F9JY 6268 A ......... GTB1208 ............... GTB1237 ............... HM8268BA ............ JE2612205 ............ JE2612205A .......... JE2612205B .......... JE26122050 .......... JF0112205............. JF0112205A .......... JF0112205D .......... J0856351............... KJ0112205 ............ KL0112205 ............ K0AA352700 ......... K0BA352700 ......... MBP0112205B ...... MB6S712205C ...... MD008960 ............. MD008961 ............. MD008968 ............. MD008969 ............. MD009277 ............. MD009352 ............. MD009651 ............. MD009666 ............. MD009667 ............. MD013805 ............. MD015310 ............. MD015311 ............. MD015701 ............. MD030599 ............. MD030600 ............. MD030610 ............. MD040756 ............. MD040797 ............. MD041390 ............. MD041407 ............. MD050119 ............. MD050130 ............. MD050175 ............. MD060461 ............. MD068173 ............. MD095866 ............. MD098491 ............. MD098492 ............. MD098706 ............. MD099706 ............. MD099707 ............. MD099708 ............. MD100103 ............. MD100619 ............. MD100620 ............. MD100632 ............. MD100679 ............. NAPA No. 250185 250210 250210 250194 250134 250134 250134 250134 250185 250179 250248 250104 250228 250214 250210 250185 250249 250228 250210 250210 250258 250276 250276 250276 250283 250294 250077 250077 250179 250129 250142 250013 250183 250183 250183 250183 250146 250146 250146 250140 250267 250214 250248 250248 250185 250179 250013 250062 250013 250062 250064 250013 250062 250064 250064 250093 250093 250159 250089 250073 250073 250073 250062 250062 250158 250159 250092 250091 250092 250091 250124 250093 250089 250124 250073 250073 250091 250090 250090 250064 250013 250062 250139 Mfr. Part No. MD100814 ............. MD102248 ............. MD102249 ............. MD106103 ............. MD110029 ............. MD110041 ............. MD110709 ............. MD111427 ............. MD113561 ............. MD113562 ............. MD113563 ............. MD113564 ............. MD113790 ............. MD115977 ............. MD120487 ............. MD133115 ............. MD133116 ............. MD134377 ............. MD13805 ............... MD140070 ............. MD140227 ............. MD140228 ............. MD140229 ............. MD145713 ............. MD145714 ............. MD145716 ............. MD145813 ............. MD152243 ............. MD152622 ............. MD154243 ............. MD160103 ............. MD161427 ............. MD171748 ............. MD171749 ............. MD176387 ............. MD182195 ............. MD182201 ............. MD182291 ............. MD182292 ............. MD182293 ............. MD182294 ............. MD182295 ............. MD183005 ............. MD183006 ............. MD189522 ............. MD191982 ............. MD193874 ............. MD193875 ............. MD199418 ............. MD307487 ............. MD322641 ............. MD326059 ............. MD336149 ............. MD340625 ............. MO4667611........... OK97212205 ......... RF0312205............ RF03122050.......... RF0312206A ......... RF4312205............ RF7112205............ RF7912205............ R1463635109 ........ T0718752 .............. T0718836 .............. T0729581 .............. XHM460................. ZZM112205 ........... ZZM312205 ........... Z50112205 ............ Z50212205 ............ 0B59712205 .......... 0K24712205 .......... 0K95412205 .......... 0K97212205 .......... 027109119A .......... 027109119C .......... 028109119M.......... 028109119P .......... 034109119............. 03510911............... 035109119............. 038109119............. NAPA No. 250128 250093 250158 250159 250167 250165 250124 250139 250064 250013 250073 250128 250158 250168 250155 250167 250165 250091 250093 250195 250155 250158 250124 250167 250165 250168 250191 250159 250092 250204 250090 250195 250167 250168 250201 250168 250165 250167 250256 250232 250230 250168 250195 250253 250229 250288 250195 250253 250165 250259 250287 250167 250232 250289 250246 250264 250103 250103 250102 250103 250103 250103 250140 250119 250140 250140 250129 250210 250276 250266 250308 250179 250302 250281 250264 250292 250292 250242 250242 250127 250065 250065 250301 Mfr. Part No. 038109119B .......... 038109119D .......... 048109119D .......... 054109119E .......... 054109119H .......... 056109119A .......... 058109119A .......... 06A109119C.......... 06B109119A.......... 06B109119B.......... 068109119............. 068109119A .......... 068109119E .......... 069109119A .......... 069130113A .......... 074109119............. 075RH200 ............. 075109119B .......... 077109119B .......... 077109119C .......... 077109119D .......... 077109119E .......... 078109119A .......... 078109119C .......... 078109119D .......... 081616................... 081632................... 088AG19 ............... 10068553............... 101R24 .................. 10162006............... 102500................... 108R24 .................. 1125360160........... 113R190 ................ 11311272384......... 11311286168......... 11311711082......... 11311713361......... 119RH250 ............. 1257223................. 1257237................. 12612650044......... 1272382................. 1272384................. 12723842............... 1276150G00.......... 1276153B00 .......... 1276153B01 .......... 1276160A00 .......... 1276160B10 .......... 1276160E00 .......... 1276163B00 .......... 1276170C00 .......... 1276171C00 .......... 1276172F00 .......... 1276173000........... 1276173001........... 1276178400........... 1276182000........... 1286168................. 12861684............... 130RG25 ............... 13028AA010.......... 13028AA040.......... 13028AA072.......... 13028AA101.......... 13028AA102.......... 13028AA120.......... 13028AA150.......... 13028AA170.......... 13028AA181.......... 13028D0100 .......... 13028D1700 .......... 13028D4200 .......... 13028D4210 .......... 13028D4211 .......... 13028KA021.......... 13028V4000 .......... 13028V4310 .......... 13028V5100 .......... 13028V5200 .......... 13028V5201 .......... NAPA No. 250301 250301 250262 250225 250225 250017 250291 250296 250306 250306 250043 250043 250043 250083 250082 250170 250082 250083 250207 250297 250207 250207 250218 250297 250218 250018 250140 250070 250163 250099 250192 250078 250094 250075 250065 250106 250106 250131 250131 250083 250083 250082 250129 250106 250106 250106 250194 250171 250171 250164 250166 250241 250095 250194 250212 250272 250028 250028 250070 250095 250106 250106 250084 250300 250150 250277 250172 250172 250209 250254 250300 250304 250100 250078 250137 250137 250137 250135 250017 250093 250104 250104 250104 Mfr. Part No. 13028V5210 .......... 13028V5220 .......... 13028V5221 .......... 130280B700 .......... 130280B785 .......... 1302810M00.......... 1302811M00.......... 1302811M10.......... 1302812C00 .......... 1302812G00.......... 1302816A01 .......... 1302816A10 .......... 1302816E00 .......... 1302816E10 .......... 1302816V00 .......... 1302820R00 .......... 1302845P00 .......... 1302851E00 .......... 1302851E10 .......... 1302861A00 .......... 1302885E00 .......... 13029AA010.......... 13029AA011.......... 13029AA040.......... 13029AA070.......... 13029AA080.......... 13029AA11............ 1320811M00.......... 1326288................. 13405PAAA01 ....... 13405PAAA02 ....... 13405PTO004 ....... 13405PT0004 ........ 13440P5A004........ 1351415010........... 1351487711........... 135148771100....... 1351487711000..... 1356422021........... 135680A010 .......... 1356803010........... 1356803020........... 1356803021........... 1356809040........... 1356809041........... 1356809050........... 1356811030........... 1356811031........... 1356811032........... 1356811033........... 1356811100........... 1356811101........... 1356811111........... 1356815010........... 1356815011........... 1356815020........... 1356815030........... 1356815040........... 1356815041........... 1356815042........... 1356815050........... 1356816010........... 1356816020........... 1356816040........... 1356816041........... 1356816050........... 1356816051........... 1356816060........... 1356816061........... 1356816070........... 1356816071........... 1356819045........... 1356819046........... 1356819055........... 1356819056........... 1356819085........... 1356819086........... 1356819115........... 1356819116........... 1356819125........... 1356819135........... 1356819145........... 1356820010........... NAPA No. 250104 250104 250104 250249 250249 250077 250077 250077 250100 250104 250096 250096 250104 250104 250180 250078 250251 250137 250137 250077 250104 250299 250299 250151 250299 250299 250299 250077 250174 250186 250186 250186 250186 250280 250070 250178 250178 250178 250126 250257 250138 250199 250199 250199 250199 250257 250136 250233 250233 250233 250208 250208 250208 250070 250070 250070 250070 250036 250036 250239 250036 250112 250176 250236 250236 250236 250236 250235 250235 250235 250235 250236 250236 250235 250235 250233 250233 250208 250208 250070 250239 250112 250257

Mfr. Part No. ADO41407............. AD041407.............. A326L134B............ BNP2955 ............... BPY112205 ........... BP0112205............ BP0112205A ......... BP0112205B ......... BP0212205............ BP0212205A ......... B10112205A.......... B59712205 ............ B6S712205A ......... B6S712205B ......... B6S712205C ......... B6S712205C (KIA) B6S712205D ......... B6Y212205............ B63012205 ............ B63012205A.......... B63012205B.......... B63012205C.......... B63012205D.......... B63012205E.......... B63212205 ............ B632122050 .......... B66012205 ............ B66012205B.......... B66012205C.......... C3905942 .............. DBP4131 ............... DBP9289 ............... D1FZ 6268 A ........ D4FZ 6268 A ........ D4ZE 6268 AE...... D42E 6268 AB ...... D8EE 6268 AA...... D9EE 6268 AA...... ECP244 ................. E1EE 6268 DA...... E1FZ 6268 D ........ E2CE 6268 AA...... E2EE 6268 AA...... E3EE 6268 AA...... E3FZ 6268 A......... E43Z 6268 B......... E43Z 6268 C......... E5FZ 6268 A......... E5RE 6268 AA...... E5RE 8286 AA...... E5TZ 6268 A......... E5TZ 6268 B......... E5ZZ 6268 A......... E7GZ 6268 A ........ E7GZ 6268 B ........ E7GZ 6268 C........ E80112205 ............ E9DZ 6268 A ........ E9JY 6268 A......... FC01201202.......... FC01201203.......... FDU1464 ............... FEO1122050 ......... FEY812205............ FEY8122050.......... FEY912205............ FE0112205 ............ FE01122050 .......... FE0212205 ............ FE0312205 ............ FE03122050 .......... FE0412205 ............ FE04122050 .......... FE0612205 ............ FE0812205 ............ FE08122050 .......... FE0912205 ............ FE09122050 .......... FE7912205 ............ FE7915205 ............ FSY112205............ FS0112205A.......... FS0212205 ............

Manufacturers Part Numbers


Mfr. Part No. 1356820020........... 1356829015........... 1356829025........... 1356842010........... 1356842011........... 1356842012........... 1356842020........... 1356842021........... 1356843010........... 1356843020........... 1356843030........... 1356843040........... 1356846020........... 1356849015........... 1356849035........... 1356849036........... 1356849046........... 1356849055........... 1356850010........... 1356850020........... 1356854010........... 1356854020........... 1356854030........... 1356854031........... 1356854038........... 1356854050........... 1356854051........... 1356859015........... 1356859016........... 1356859017........... 1356859025........... 1356859026........... 1356859027........... 1356859045........... 1356859095........... 1356862020........... 1356862030........... 1356862030A ........ 1356862040........... 1356862050........... 1356863010........... 1356863020........... 1356863022........... 1356864010........... 1356864011........... 1356865010........... 1356865010A ........ 1356865020........... 1356869025........... 1356869035........... 1356869045........... 1356869065........... 1356869066........... 1356869075........... 1356869095........... 1356874010........... 1356874011........... 1356874012........... 1356874012B ........ 1356874013........... 1356874020........... 1356874021........... 1356879025........... 1356879045........... 1356879095........... 1356887101........... 1356887101000..... 1356887102........... 1356887102000..... 1356887103........... 1356887103000..... 1356887104........... 1356887104000..... 1356887708........... 1356888360........... 1356888361........... 1356888380........... 1356888381........... 1356888382........... NAPA No. 250257 250257 250257 250126 250237 250126 250126 250237 250074 250074 250101 250101 250215 250237 250215 250215 250074 250101 250190 250298 250079 250079 250079 250079 250079 250084 250084 250079 250079 250079 250084 250084 250084 250190 250298 250157 250200 250200 250157 250271 250087 250087 250087 250098 250098 250154 250154 250240 250200 250157 250087 250098 250098 250240 250271 250138 250138 250199 250199 250199 250138 250199 250199 250125 250199 250181 250181 250181 250181 250182 250182 250182 250182 250178 250125 250125 250125 250125 250125 Mfr. Part No. 139AG25 ............... 14001168............... 14400PAAA01 ....... 14400PAAA02 ....... 14400PC6004........ 14400PC60040...... 14400PC60042...... 14400PD2004........ 14400PD6004........ 14400PE0004........ 14400PE00040...... 14400PE3004........ 14400PE30040...... 14400PG6004 ....... 14400PG60040 ..... 14400PG6014 ....... 14400PG6040 ....... 14400PH7004........ 14400PH70040...... 14400PH7014........ 14400PH70140...... 14400PK1004........ 14400PK10040...... 14400PK2004........ 14400PK20040...... 14400PK3004........ 14400PM3004 ....... 14400PM30040 ..... 14400PM6004 ....... 14400PM70040 ..... 14400PR3004........ 14400PR4A01 ....... 14400PR4A01M1 .. 14400PT0004 ........ 14400PV1004........ 14400PY3A010 ..... 14400PY3004........ 14400P0A004........ 14400P0GA01 ....... 14400P0GA010M1 14400P08004 ........ 14400P13004 ........ 14400P14004 ........ 14400P2E004........ 14400P2FA01........ 14400P28004 ........ 14400P5A004........ 14400P7J004 ........ 14400P72004 ........ 14400P72014 ........ 14400P8AA01 ....... 14400P8AA02 ....... 14400TG6004........ 14400634003......... 14400634004......... 14400634005......... 144006340050....... 144006340051....... 14400634014......... 144006340141....... 14400657004......... 144006570040....... 144006570042....... 14400657014......... 144006570140....... 14400657024......... 144006570240....... 144006570241....... 144006570242....... 1440065704........... 14400673004......... 144006730040....... 144006730041....... 144006730042....... 146R190 ................ 1649170................. 1649171................. 1680616A00 .......... 1680616A10 .......... NAPA No. 250087 250061 250244 250244 250160 250094 250160 250160 250160 250099 250099 250099 250161 250130 250130 250130 250130 250129 250129 250129 250129 250144 250144 250142 250142 250142 250143 250143 250145 250142 250227 250184 250184 250187 250211 250193 250193 250244 250263 250263 250223 250226 250216 250224 250224 250224 250279 250184 250247 250247 250286 250286 250130 250028 250028 250028 250028 250028 250028 250028 250036 250036 250041 250036 250036 250041 250041 250041 250041 250036 250073 250073 250073 250073 250020 250067 250067 250097 250097 Mfr. Part No. 1711082................. 1713361................. 2335632010........... 2335632020........... 2335632030........... 2335633110........... 2335633120........... 2335633130........... 2335633140........... 2335633150........... 2335633160........... 2413232010........... 2431221040........... 2431222010........... 2431223001........... 2431223201........... 2431224000........... 2431224010........... 2431224050........... 2431226000........... 2431232610........... 2431232620........... 2431232820........... 2431233010........... 2431233020........... 2431233030........... 2431233040........... 2431233050........... 2431233060........... 2431233110........... 2431233120........... 2431233130........... 2431233140........... 2431233150........... 2431233160........... 2431235000........... 2431235010........... 2431235040........... 24502982............... 24503363............... 271327................... 271705................... 2717056................. 271720................... 271747................... 2717478................. 271834................... 2718344................. 271856................... 2718567................. 2718765................. 271952................... 2719524................. 272327................... 272329................... 2723294................. 272386................... 3250141................. 3342103................. 3507227................. 3507651................. 3507704................. 3514323................. 3547459................. 35474592............... 360525................... 376388................... 376401................... 40028..................... 414701001............. 414705601............. 4164869................. 4176840................. 4182426................. 4300516................. 4302971................. 4304099................. 4343824................. 4343946................. NAPA No. 250131 250131 250159 250159 250159 250168 250168 250168 250168 250168 250168 250089 250073 250191 250278 250284 250128 250128 250128 250282 250124 250124 250089 250165 250165 250165 250165 250165 250165 250167 250167 250167 250167 250167 250167 250139 250139 250139 250192 250273 250252 250217 250217 250173 250234 250234 250252 250252 250252 250252 250270 250217 250217 250252 250311 250311 250270 250017 250119 250083 250217 250234 250173 250174 250174 250037 250037 250037 250028 250028 250079 250020 250018 250020 250122 250122 250075 250114 250071 Mfr. Part No. 43439469............... 4387534................. 4387549................. 4406634................. 4420507................. 4484494................. 4504163................. 4573944................. 460165................... 4621348................. 4621844................. 46337..................... 463377................... 4633772................. 4663598................. 4667530................. 4667606................. 4667611................. 4667625................. 4770491................. 4792353................. 484981001............. 512430160............. 512536016............. 5125360160........... 5203401................. 52267904............... 52289664............... 524034................... 5240346................. 5862021480........... 5862021620........... 5862059260........... 5862059340........... 5985163................. 636350................... 636359................... 636363................... 636365................... 636368................... 636370................... 636560................... 636562................... 636565................... 70HM 6268 AB ..... 70HM 6268 BA ..... 7533266................. 7533267................. 7700618657........... 7700663550........... 7700717284........... 7700718725........... 7700718726........... 7700718752........... 7700718836........... 7700729581........... 7700853660........... 7701348801........... 8091287220........... 82317934............... 85867058............... 8920639440........... 894109626............. 8941096260........... 8941583270........... 8941606560........... 8941743060........... 894200372A .......... 8942152540........... 8942187820........... 894220372A .......... 8942209220........... 8942220922........... 8942353620........... 8942372420........... 894337708............. 8943377080........... 8943864970........... 8944161450........... NAPA No. 250071 250132 250153 250032 250018 250206 250285 250219 250039 250285 250265 250032 250032 250032 250255 250206 250245 250246 250265 250285 250295 250028 250075 250075 250075 250071 250163 250163 250017 250017 250186 250187 250186 250244 250087 250081 250081 250081 250148 250148 250081 250081 250148 250081 250013 250013 250013 250013 250018 250018 250140 250140 250140 250119 250140 250140 250140 250018 250305 250065 250096 250305 250162 250118 250121 250122 250147 250122 250121 250088 250122 250076 250076 250088 250121 250177 250177 250220 250088 Mfr. Part No. 8944294860........... 8944520940........... 8944795230........... 8970163260........... 8970270620........... 8970417840........... 8970422680........... 8971363210........... 90122429............... 90231883............... 90234902............... 90324698............... 90324699............... 90325576............... 90325578............... 90353179............... 90353211............... 90354783............... 90409900............... 90410014............... 90410768............... 90410771............... 90500360............... 90530599............... 91112009............... 91171175............... 91172367............... 91173157............... 9128500................. 9135031................. 9135450................. 9135733................. 9180954................. 92029834............... 94029834............... 94109626............... 94158327............... 94160656............... 94215254............... 94220922............... 94337708............... 94386497............... 9440383................. 94410221902......... 94410221904......... 94410513703......... 94410515703......... 94410515704......... 94429486............... 94452094............... 94479523............... 94840054............... 94844702............... 94846144............... 94848472............... 94849175............... 94849597............... 94854403............... 94854404............... 94856081............... 94856082............... 95ZA19 .................. 95951646............... 96051646............... 96057945............... 96060050............... 96067809............... 96068423............... 96068591............... 96144976............... 97016326............... 97027062............... 97041784............... 97042268............... 978M 6268 AA ...... 99314718701.........

A-55
NAPA No. 250169 250162 250162 250221 250205 250122 250147 250303 250081 250148 250081 250148 250148 250081 250081 250203 250081 250148 250081 250081 250285 250285 250285 250285 250070 250272 250194 250194 250285 250252 250173 250252 250252 250075 250075 250118 250121 250122 250121 250076 250177 250220 250311 250293 250293 250107 250107 250107 250169 250118 250162 250070 250112 250036 250176 250036 250036 250236 250235 250236 250235 250100 250095 250095 250164 250166 250095 250241 250212 250148 250221 250205 250122 250147 250294 250290

A-56

A-57

Timing Belt Troubleshooting Guide


Synchronous belts have been used on automotive camshaft drives for more than 20 years. Our belts will give OEM equivalent service if the following points are observed. Symptom Probable Cause
1. Excessive shock load. 2. Subminimal diameter. 3.Improper belt handling and storage prior to installation. 4. Debris or foreign object in drive. 5. Extreme sprocket run-out.

Corrective Action
1. Redesign drive for increased capacity. 2. Redesign drive using larger diameters. 3. Follow proper storage and handling procedures. 4. Remove objects and check guard. 5. Replace sprocket.

Tensile Failure

Storage
Belts should be kept in their original packaging until needed. Store in an environment which avoids: Temperature extremes Direct sunlight High humidity Contamination by oil, water, chemicals, etc.

Tooth Shear

1. Excessive shock load. 2. Extreme sprocket run-out. 3. Worn spacer. 4. Backside idler. 5. Misaligned drive. 6. Belt undertensioned.

1. Redesign drive for increased capacity. 2. Replace sprocket. 3. Replace sprocket. 4. Use inside idler. 5. Realign. 6. Adjust tension to recommended value.

Handling
It is important that belts are not crimped during handling since this could seriously damage the tensile members and lead to premature failure.

Tooth Wear

1. Too low or high belt tension. 2. Belt running partly off unflanged sprocket. 3.Misaligned drive. 4. Worn sprocket. 5. Rough sprocket teeth.

1. Adjust tension to recommended value. 2. Correct alignment. 3. Correct alignment. 4. Replace sprocket. 5. Replace sprocket.

Installation Tips
Pulleys should be clean, free from wear or damage and their alignment must be correct. Tensioners and idlers (when applicable) should be free to rotate and move (when appropriate). Bearings should be in good condition. Belts should be fitted in accordance with the engine manufacturers instructions to ensure that belt tension and engine timing is correct. IMPORTANT: Avoid crimping the belt when installing it on pulleys no tools should be used on the belt. Refit cover to prevent drive contamination by foreign matter.

Belt Cracking

1. Subminimal diameter. 2. Backside idler. 3. Extreme low temperature at start-up. 4. Extended exposure to harsh chemicals. 5. Cocked bushing/sprocket assembly.

1. Redesign drive for increased capacity. 2. Use inside idler or increase diameter of backside idler 3. Pre-heat drive environment. 4. Protect drive. 5. Install bushing per instructions.

Land Wear

1. Excessive tension. 2. Rough pulley(s).

1. Adjust tension to recommended value. 2. Replace pulley(s).

Oil Contamination

1. Oil leak.

1. Replace faulty oil seal(s).

Replacement
Follow vehicle manufacturers instructions regarding belt replacement intervals. If the belt is removed, then a new belt should be installed (except where an automatic tensioner is used). If engine is being repaired and belt is near OEM recommended replacement interval, its a good time to replace the belt.

Edge Wear

1. Damage due to handling. 2. Flange damage. 3. Belt too wide. 4. Belt tension too low. 5. Rough flange surface finish. 6. Improper tracking. 7. Belt hitting drive guard or bracketry. 1. High tension. 2. Low tension. 3. Misalignment. 4. Damaged Flange.

1. Follow proper handling instructions. 2. Repair flange or replace sprocket. 3. Use proper width sprocket. 4. Adjust tension to recommended value. 5. Replace or repair flange to eliminate abrasive surface. 6. Correct alignment. 7. Remove obstruction or use inside idler. 1. Adjust tension to recommended value. 2. Adjust tension to recommended value. 3. Realign pulleys. 4. Replace pulleys.

Unusual Noise

A-58

Overhead Valve Engine Identification

The engine illustrations below are all overhead valve type engines. These diagrams are provided for your reference and convenience. This page is also for customers that may not know the engine type they havebut may be able to identify it through these illustrations.

Overhead Valve (OHV) Push Rod Assembly (No Timing Belt Required)

Double Overhead Cam (DOHC)

Single Overhead Cam (SOHC)

Free Running or Interference Engine? A-59 You and Your Customers Need to Know.
Automobile engines can be classified as either Free-Running or Interference, depending on what occurs if piston/valve synchronization is lost. As illustrated below, in the free-running engine with the crankshaft still moving, there is enough clearance between the valve and piston, even if the cam stops with a valve fully open. However, interference engines usually sustain damage if synchronization is lost. As illustrated, disrupted synchronization allows the piston and valve to collide causing damage and very expensive repairs for the vehicle owner. Damage can occur to valves, pistons, or headsand in some cases, completely ruin the engine. Most import (with higher compression engines) and most car and light truck diesel engines are interference. To avoid costly engine repairs, follow the auto manufacturers mileage replacement recommendations or we recommend timing belt replacement at around 60,000 miles.

Free-Running
No Valve/Piston Interference

Interference
Valve/Piston Collision

NOTE: For your convenience, interference engines have been footnoted with a star in the application listings of this publication. This lets you easily identify them}and pass that information on to your customers. Since timing belts are inside the engine they tend to be an out-of-sight, out-of-mind item and are seldom thought of as a part of routine maintenance. Here are some questions to ask customers that will help sell belts and protect the customer from expensive repairs: 1. Did you buy the car new? If yes, theyll know if the belt has ever been replaced. 2. Did you buy the car used? If so, they wont know if the belt has been replaced. This is a flag for the customer to get the belt checked, replaced or at least be aware that he has a timing belt. 3. How many miles are on the vehicle? Generally belts should be replaced at around 60,000 miles or less. Our Timing Belt Replacement Recommendations Booklet is an excellent tool for determining replacement intervals. 4. Have you ever replaced the timing belt? If the answer is yes or no (and the customer knows the mileage) you can determine where the vehicle is in the replacement cycle. Heres a helpful hint for your customers with vehicles within a few thousand miles of the recommended replacement interval. If they are having any engine repair done, have the timing belt checked. If it needs replacement, do it along with the other repairs and save time and money.

A-60

Belt Tensioning
V- Belt Tension Ranges for Manual Tensioners

Always use a belt tension gauge that indicates static tension, such as the KR1 Krikit Tension Gauge, to determine proper tension from the Installation Chart. Tension ranges below are for drives requiring single belts. If multiple belts are needed for a drive, divide tension by number of belts to give per belt tension to be measured. Position belt and set tension to the prescribed Installation Tension. Run belt for five minutes. If belt tension drops below Suggested Tension range, retighten belt to Installation Tension. This will allow the belt to seat-in and run at Suggested Tension after it has operated under normal driving conditions.
Belt Top Width Suggested Tension (lbs.) Ranges 45-65 60-85 85-115 105-145 135-185 155-200 160-220 Installation Tension (lbs.) Used Belts 60.0 75.0 100.0 120.0 150.0 170.0 175.0 Installation Tension (lbs.) New Belts 80.0 100.0 130.0 160.0 200.0 215.0 235.0 Belt Top Width 13/16 7/8 1 1-1/16 1-1/8 1-5/16 Suggested Tension (lbs.) Ranges 175-240 190-255 215-295 225-310 245-330 285-385 Installation Tension (lbs.) Used Belts 190.0 205.0 230.0 240.0 260.0 300.0 Installation Tension (lbs.) New Belts 255.0 270.0 310.0 325.0 345.0 400.0

5/16 3/8

5/8 11/16

NOTE: A belt is considered used once it has been run-in.

V-Ribbed Belt Tension Ranges for Manual Tensioners


Always use a belt tension gauge that indicates static tension, such as the KR2 Krikit Tension Gauge, to determine proper tension from the Installation Chart. Many V-ribbed belts are automatically tensioned by a spring-loaded automatic tensioner, which does not require tension to be set. The tension ranges below are used for applications requiring manual tensioning. For drives with manual take-up on locked-center drives, position the belt and set tension to the prescribed Installation Tension. Run belt for five minutes. If belt tension drops below Suggested Tension range, retighten belt to the Installation Tension. This will allow the belt to seat-in and run at Suggested Tension after it has operated under normal driving conditions.
Number of Ribs 3 4 5 6 7 8 Suggested Tension (lbs.) Ranges 45-60 60-80 75-100 90-125 105-145 120-160 Installation Tension (lbs.) Used Belts 67.5 90.0 112.5 135.0 157.5 180.0 Installation Tension (lbs.) New Belts 90.0 120.0 150.0 187.5 217.5 240.0 Number Of Ribs 9 10 11 12 14 Suggested Tension (lbs.) Ranges 135-180 150-200 165-220 180-240 210-280 Installation Tension (lbs.) Used Belts 202.5 225.0 247.5 270.0 292.5 Installation Tension (lbs.) New Belts 270.0 300.0 333.0 360.0 420.0

NOTE: A belt is considered used once it has been run-in.

ACURA *1.6L 4-Cylinder EL


TIMING BELT APPLICATION

TIMING BELT

Application Labor Time Belt Part No. 1.6L 4-Cyl. SOHC EL (Canadian) 1997-00 ................ 1 2.0 Hours ................. 250224 1 - With Air Cond. add .4 hours. With Cruise Control add .3 hours.

MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


For 1997-00 vehicles, normal replacement interval is at 105,000 miles or 84 months. Replace at 60,000 miles if car is regularly driven in extreme temperatures (over 110 degrees F, or under -20 degrees F).

*NOTE: This application is an interference engine. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


NOTE: If the radio has a coded theft protection circuit, be sure to get the customers code before disconnecting battery.

Removal: Disconnect battery negative cable. Remove engine lower splash shield. Remove power steering, alternator, and A/C compressor drive belts. Rotate crankshaft counterclockwise to TDC of compression stroke. See Fig. 3. Remove engine oil dipstick. Remove power steering pump and set aside with hoses attached. Remove timing belt upper cover and A/C drive belt idler pulley bracket. Use jack to support engine. Working from front of engine, remove engine mount bracket nuts. Remove crankshaft pulley. Remove lower cover and dipstick tube. Remove Crankshaft Speed Fluctuation (CKF) sensor from oil pump. Loosen the timing belt tension adjusting bolt 180 degrees. Push tensioner to release belt tension. Retighten tension adjusting bolt. Mark rotation direction of timing belt if it is to be reused. Remove timing belt from pulleys. See Fig. 1. Installation: Ensure No. 1 cylinder is at TDC of compression stroke. Timing belt drive pulley TDC mark must align with pointer on oil pump housing. See Fig. 2. Set camshaft pulley to TDC. TDC marks should align with top surface of cylinder head. See Fig. 3.

Courtesy of American Honda Motor Co. , Inc.

Fig. 1: Exploded View Of Timing Belt Components

ACURA *1.6L 4-Cylinder EL (Cont.)

To adjust timing belt tension, set No. 1 piston at TDC (White TDC mark on crankshaft pulley aligned with pointer on cover). Loosen adjusting bolt 180 degrees. See Fig. 5. Rotate crankshaft counterclockwise 3 teeth on camshaft pulley. Tighten adjusting bolt. If necessary, retoque crankshaft pulley bolt. Ensure crankshaft and camshaft pulleys are still aligned at TDC. If not, timing belt will need to be removed and repositioned. To complete installation,reverse removal procedure. Tighten bolts to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges. TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) A/C Drive Belt Idler Pulley Bracket Bolt ........................ 17 (24) Alternator Adjusting Bolt .................................................. 17 (24) Alternator Mount Bolt ................................................... 33 (45) Camshaft Pulley Center Bolt .......................................... 27 (37) Crankshaft Pulley Bolt 1 Step 1 ....................................................................... 14 (20) Step 2 ...................................... Plus 90 Degrees Clockwise Engine Mount Bracket Nuts ............................................ 54 (74) Power Steering Pump Bracket Bolt ............................ 17 (24) Power Steering Pump Lock Bolt ................................ 17 (24) Timing Belt Tensioner Adjusting Bolt ........................... 33 (45) INCH Lbs. (N.m) CKF Sensor Bolt ....................................................... 106 (12) Engine Lower Splash Shield .......................................... 89 (10) Timing Belt Cover Bolt ................................................ 89 (10) Water Pump Bolt ...................................................... 106 (12) 1 - Lubricate bolt threads and bolt head shoulder.

Courtesy of American Honda Motor Co. , Inc.

Fig. 2: Aligning Crankshaft TDC Mark & Oil Pump Mark

Install timing belt in this sequence: timing belt drive pulley, tension adjusting pulley, water pump pulley, and camshaft pulley. See Fig. 4. DO NOT bend or twist belt excessively. Ensure arrow on used belt points in original rotation direction. Ensure crankshaft and camshaft pulley timing mark are aligned with TDC marks. Loosen and retighten adjusting bolt to tension timing belt. Install lower cover. Install crankshaft pulley. Tighten pulley bolt to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS table. Rotate crankshaft pulley 5-6 turns counterclockwise so timing belt positions on pulley.

CAUTION: Always adjust timing belt tension with engine cold.

Courtesy of American Honda Motor Co. , Inc.

Fig. 3: Aligning Timing Belt Marks

ACURA *1.6L 4-Cylinder EL (Cont.)

Courtesy of American Honda Motor Co. , Inc.

Fig. 4: Timing Belt Installation Sequence

Courtesy of American Honda Motor Co. , Inc.

Fig. 5: Locating Timing Belt Adjuster Bolt

ACURA *1.6L 4-Cylinder Integra

TIMING BELT APPLICATION Belt Part No. Application Labor Time1 1.6L 4-Cyl. Integra 1986-89 ................. 2.8 Hours .................. 250130 1 - With Air Cond. add .2 hours.

MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


Although the manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced every 60,000 miles.

* NOTE: This application is an interference engine. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
Removal: Disconnect negative battery cable. Turn crankshaft counterclockwise to bring piston in cylinder No. 1 to TDC of its compression stroke. Remove all drive belts. Remove A/C compressor and power steering pump and position out of way without disconnecting hoses. Remove crankshaft pulley. Remove engine valve cover and upper timing belt cover. Remove lower timing belt cover from engine block. Loosen timing belt tensioner to relieve tension on timing belt. Slide belt off sprockets. Remove bolts, washers, camshaft sprockets, and Woodruff key (if necessary). Installation: Ensure No. 1 piston is still on TDC. Install Woodruff keys, camshaft sprockets, washer, and retaining bolts (if removed). Position UP mark on sprockets at top. Align grooves on sprockets. See Fig. 2. Install timing belt on sprockets. Use care not to excessively bend or twist belt. Rotate crankshaft counterclockwise 3 teeth on camshaft sprockets to create tension on belt. Tighten tensioner adjustment bolt. Reverse removal procedure to complete installation. Adjust the drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges. TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) A/C Compressor/Bracket Bolts .................................. 33 (45) Alternator Belt Adjustment Bolt .................................... 17 (23) Alternator Mount Bolt ................................................... 33 (45) Camshaft Pulley Bolt .................................................. 27 (37) Crankshaft Pulley Bolt .............................................. 83 (112) Power Steering Pump Mounting Bolts .............. 29-33 (38-45) Timing Belt Adjustment Bolt ....................................... 33 (45) Wheel Lug Nuts ....................................................... 80 (110) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Timing Belt Cover Bolts .............................................. 86 (10) Valve Cover Nuts ........................................................ 86 (10)

96D14681

Courtesy of American Honda Motor Co., Inc.

Fig. 1: Exploded View of Timing Belt & Components

96E14682

Courtesy of American Honda Motor Co., Inc.

Fig. 2: Camshaft Timing Marks

ACURA *1.7L 4-Cylinder


TIMING BELT APPLICATION Belt Part No. Application Labor Time 1.7L 4-Cyl. Integra 1992-93 ................. 2.8 Hours .................. 250227 1 - With Air Cond. add .2 Hours.
1

TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m)

MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


The manufacturer recommends the belt be replaced every 90,000 miles or 72 months.

Camshaft Sprocket Bolts ............................................ 27 (37) Crankshaft Pulley Bolt 1992 ....................................................................... 87 (118) 1993 .................................................................. 1 133 (180) Power Steering Mount Bolt .......................................... 17 (23) Timing Belt Tension Adjuster Bolt ............................... 40 (54) Wheel Lug Nuts ....................................................... 80 (110) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Timing Belt Cover Bolts ............................................ 108 (12) Valve Cover Nuts ......................................................... 84 (10)
1

* NOTE: This application is an interference engine. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions.

- Tighten to 147 ft. Lbs. (200 N.m), loosen & retorque to 133 ft. lbs. (180 N.m).

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
Removal: Disconnect negative battery cable. Raise and support vehicle. Remove left front wheel. Remove left front wheelwell splash shield. Remove drive belts. Remove power steering pump with hoses attached, and set it aside. Remove valve cover and middle timing belt cover. See Fig. 1. Rotate crankshaft counterclockwise to bring No. 1 piston to TDC of its compression stroke. Position UP mark on sprockets at top. See Fig. 2. Align grooves on sprockets. Remove crankshaft pulley. Remove left engine mount. Remove cylinder head cover. Remove crankshaft pulley. Loosen timing belt tension adjuster bolt 180 degrees. Push tensioner to relieve tension on timing belt. Retighten adjuster bolt. Remove timing belt. Installation: Ensure No. 1 piston is at TDC of compression stroke. Install timing belt onto sprockets. DO NOT bend or twist belt excessively. Adjust timing belt tension. To complete installation, reverse removal procedure. Lubricate threads only of crankshaft pulley bolt, leaving underside of bolt head dry. On 1993 models, tighten crankshaft pulley bolt to 147 ft. Ibs. (200 N.m), loosen, then retighten to 133 ft. Ibs. (180 N.m). Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges.

Fig. 1: Exploded View Of Timing Belt Components

ACURA *1.7L 4-Cylinder (Cont.)

Fig. 3: Locating Timing Belt Adjuster Bolt

Fig. 2: Aligning Timing Marks

ACURA *1.8L 4-Cylinder


TIMING BELT APPLICATION Belt Part No. Application Labor Time 1.8L 4-Cyl. (EXC. VTEC) Integra 1990-01 .................. 2.8 Hours ................. 250184 1.8L 4-Cyl. (VTEC) Integra 1994-01 .................. 2.8 Hours ................. 250247 1 - With Air Cond. add .2 hours.
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TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) A/C Compressor/Bracket Bolts .................................. 17 (23) Alternator Belt Adjustment Bolt .................................... 17 (23) Alternator Mount Bolt ................................................... 33 (45) Camshaft Sprocket Bolts ............................................ 27 (37) Crankshaft Pulley Bolt 1990-92 ................................................................. 87 (118) 1993-01 ............................................................. 1 133 (180) Engine Mount Bolts .............................................................. 2 Engine Block-To Transaxle Bolt .................................. 47 (64) Power Steering Bolt .................................................... 17 (23) Timing Belt Tension Adjuster Bolt ............................... 40 (54) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Timing Belt Cover Bolts ............................................ 106 (12) Valve Cover Nuts ........................................................ 88 (10) Water Pump Bolt ...................................................... 106 (12) - Tighten crankshaft pulley bolt to 147 ft. Lbs. (200 N.m), loosen then retorque to 133 ft. lbs. (180 N.m). 2 - See Fig. 3.
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MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


For 1990-94 models, manufacturer recommends the belt be replaced every 90,000 miles. For 1995-96 models, the manufacturer recommends the belt be replace every 90,000 miles for normal service and 60,000 miles for severe service. For 1997-01 models, normal replacement interval is at 105,000 miles or 84 months. For 1997-01 models, replace belt at 60,000 miles if vehicle is regularly driven in extreme temperatures (over 110 degrees F, or under -20 degrees C).
NOTE: Some vehicles may be equipped with radio/cassette or radio/CD players that contain anti-theft protection circuit. When battery is disconnected, radio will go into anti-theft mode. When battery is reconnected, radio will display CODE and will be inoperative until proper code is entered by vehicle owner.

* NOTE: This application is an interference engine. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
Removal: Disconnect negative battery cable. Raise and support vehicle. Remove left front wheel. Remove left front wheelwell splash shield. Remove all drive belts. Remove power steering pump with hoses attached. Set power steering pump aside. Remove valve cover and upper timing belt cover. See Fig. 1. Turn crankshaft counterclockwise to bring No. 1 piston to TDC of its compression stroke. Position UP mark on sprockets at top. See Fig. 2. Align grooves on sprockets. Remove crankshaft pulley. Remove left engine mount bolts and nut. Remove engine mount. See Fig. 3. Remove lower timing belt cover. Loosen timing belt tension adjuster bolt. Push tensioner to relieve tension on timing belt. Retighten adjuster bolt. Remove timing belt. Installation: Ensure No. 1 piston is at TDC. Install timing belt onto sprockets. DO NOT bend or twist belt excessively. Adjust timing belt tension. To complete installation, reverse removal procedure. On 1993-96 models, tighten crankshaft pulley bolt to 147 ft. Ibs. (200 N.m), loosen, then retorque to 133 ft. Ibs. (180 N.m). Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges.

Fig. 1: Exploded View Of Timing Belt Components

ACURA *1.8L 4-Cylinder (Cont.)

Fig. 2: Aligning Timing Marks

Fig. 4: Positioning Camshaft

Fig. 3: Engine/Transaxle Mount Location & Tightening Sequence

ACURA *2.2L & 2.3L 4-Cylinder


TIMING BELT APPLICATION Belt Part No. Application Labor Time 2.2L 4-Cyl. 2.2CL 1997 Balance Shaft .......................................... 250186 Camshaft ............. 2.9 Hours .................. 250244 2.3L 4-Cyl. 2.3CL 1998-99 Balance Shaft .......................................... 250186 Camshaft ............. 2.9 Hours .................. 250244 1 - Balance shaft belt included in labor time.
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MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


For the 2.2CL, normal replacement interval is 90,000 miles for normal service or 60,000 miles for severe service. For the 2.3CL, normal replacement interval is at 105,000 miles or 84 months. Replace at 60,000 miles if car is regularly driven in extreme temperatures (over 110 degrees F, or under -20 degrees F).

Remove crankshaft pulley and lower cover. Ensure crankshaft is still at TDC. Lock timing belt adjuster arm in place by installing a 6x1.0 mm bolt. See Fig. 4. Loosen timing belt adjusting nut about 1 turn and make sure balance shaft belt adjuster moves freely. Push tensioner to remove tension from balance shaft belt adjuster, then retighten nut. Scribe a line 2.9 (74 mm) from the end of a 6x100 mm bolt. See Fig. 5. Remove bolt from side of engine block. To align balance shaft, insert bolt through hole and into balance shaft. Align groove on balance shaft pulley with pointer on oil pump housing. See Fig. 6. Install balance shaft belt. Loosen adjuster nut about 1 turn to tension balance shaft belt. Remove 6x100 mm bolt from balance shaft. Install sealing bolt in side of engine block. Install crankshaft pulley and bolt. Rotate crankshaft about 1 turn counterclockwise, then tighten adjuster nut. Remove 6x1.0 mm bolt from timing belt adjuster arm. Remove crankshaft pulley. Install lower cover. Install rubber seal around adjuster nut. DO NOT loosen adjuster nut. Install crankshaft pulley. To complete installation, reverse removal procedure. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges.

* NOTE: This application is an interference engine. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


NOTE: If the radio has a coded theft protection circuit, be sure to get the customers code before disconnecting battery.

TIMING BELT

Removal: Disconnect negative battery cable. Rotate crankshaft counterclockwise until cylinder No. 1 is at TDC of compression stroke. While rotating crankshaft, check water pump for signs of seal leakage. Remove accessory drive belts. Remove alternator terminal and connector. Raise and support vehicle. Remove wheelwell splash shield. Use a jack, with cushion between oil pan and jack, to support engine. Remove side engine mount. Remove oil dipstick and pipe. Remove valve cover. Remove crankshaft pulley. Remove upper and lower timing belt covers. Loosen timing belt tension adjuster bolt about 1/2 turn. Push tensioner to release belt tension from timing belt and balancer belt. Retighten tension adjuster bolt. Remove balance shaft drive pulley. Remove balance shaft belt and timing belt from pulleys. Installation: Ensure No. 1 piston is at TDC of compression stroke. See Fig. 1. Align camshaft pulley with mating marks on back cover upper surface. Ensure UP mark is at 12 oclock position. See Fig. 2. Install timing belt in sequence shown. See Fig. 3. Loosen and retighten the timing belt adjusting nut about 1 turn. Install balance shaft drive pulley and lower cover. Install crankshaft pulley and center bolt. Rotate crankshaft about 5-6 times counterclockwise. Set No. 1 piston at TDC. Loosen timing belt adjusting nut about 1 turn. Rotate crankshaft counterclockwise 3 teeth on camshaft pulley. Tighten timing belt adjusting nut. Make sure crankshaft and camshaft pulleys are at TDC.

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Fig. 1: Identifying TDC Mark on Crankshaft Drive Pulley

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Fig. 2: Aligning Camshaft Sprocket Timing Marks

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ACURA *2.2L & 2.3L 4-Cylinder (Cont.)

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Fig. 3: Timing Belt Installation Sequence

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Fig. 5: Aligning & Locking Balance Shaft

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Fig. 4: Timing Belt Adjuster Nut

TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Alternator Bracket-to-Engine Bolt ................................. 33 (45) Camshaft Sprocket Bolt ................................................. 27 (37) Crankshaft Pulley Bolt ................................................ 181 (245) Power Steering Pump Mount Bolt ............................... 16 (22) Timing Belt Tension Adjuster Nut ............................... 33 (44) Wheel Lug Nuts ....................................................... 80 (110) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Timing Belt Cover Bolt ...................................... 86-104 (7.2-8.7) Valve Cover Bolt ............................................................. 86 (9.8)

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Fig. 6: Aligning Balance Shaft Pulley

ACURA *2.5L 5-Cylinder


TIMING BELT APPLICATION Application Labor Time Belt Part No. 2.5L 5-Cyl. Vigor 1992-94 ................. 3.1 Hours ................. 250211 2.5TL 1995-98 ................. 3.1 Hours ..................250211

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MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


For Vigor models, normal replacement interval is 90,000 miles. For 1995-96 2.5TL models, replacement interval is 90,000 miles for normal service and 60,000 for severe service. For 1997-98 2.5TL models, normal replacement interval is at 105,000 miles or 84 months. Replace at 60,000 miles if car is regularly driven in extreme temperatures (over 110 degrees F, or under -20 degrees F).

*NOTE: This application is an interference engine. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions.
NOTE: Before disconnecting negative battery cable, obtain radid anti-theft code from vehicle owner.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
Removal: Disconnect battery negative cable. Remove accessory drive belts. Remove cylinder head cover and upper timing belt covers. See Fig. 1. Rotate crankshaft counterclockwise to bring No. 1 piston to TDC of compression stroke. Remove crankshaft pulley. Remove lower timing belt cover. Loosen timing belt tension adjuster bolt 180 degrees. See Fig. 5. Push tensioner to relieve tension on timing belt. Retighten adjuster bolt. If reusing timing belt, mark direction of belt rotation before removing. Remove timing belt. Installation: Ensure No. 1 piston is at TDC. See Fig. 2. Position timing marks on camshaft pulley. See Figs. 3 and 6. Install timing belt, in sequence, onto crankshaft pulley, tension adjuster pulley, water pump pulley and camshaft pulley. See Fig. 4. DO NOT bend or twist belt excessively. Ensure arrow on used belt points in original rotation direction. Loosen and retighten adjusting bolt to tension timing belt. Install upper and lower covers. Install crankshaft pulley and tighten to specification. Rotate crankshaft counterclockwise about 5-6 turns. Set No. 1 piston at TDC. Loosen the adjusting bolt 180 degrees. Rotate crankshaft counterclockwise 3 teeth on camshaft pulley. Tighten adjusting bolt. Ensure camshaft and crankshaft pulleys are at TDC. If pulleys are not positioned at TDC, remove and reposition timing belt. To complete installation, reverse removal procedure. Tighten bolts to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for drive belt tension ranges.
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Fig. 1: Exploded View of Timing Belt Components

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Fig. 2: Aligning Crankshaft Timing Marks

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ACURA *2.5L 5-Cylinder (Cont.)

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Fig. 5: Locating Timing Belt Adjuster Bolt

Fig. 3: Aligning Camshaft Timing Marks

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Fig. 4: Timing Belt Installation Sequence

TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) A/C Belt Idler Pulley Bolt ............................................. 32 (44) A/C Compressor Mount Bolts ..................................... 16 (22) A/C Compressor Bracket Bolts .................................. 36 (49) Alternator Mounting Bolts ............................................ 33 (45) Camshaft Pulley Bolts ................................................ 52 (70) Crankshaft Pulley Bolt ............................................ 181 (245) Power Steering Pump Mount ...................................... 33 (45) Timing Belt Tension Adjuster Bolt ............................... 33 (45) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Timing Belt Cover Bolts ............................................ 106 (12) Cylinder Head Cover Nuts ........................................ 106 (12) Water Pump Bolts .................................................... 106 (12)

Fig. 6: Positioning Camshaft

ACURA *2.5L & 2.7L V6


TIMING BELT APPLICATION Application Labor Time Belt Part No. 2.5L V6 Legend 1986-87 ................ 4.0 Hours ................ 250129 2.7L V6 Legend 1987-90 ................ 4.0 Hours ................ 250129
TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS

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NOTE: After timing belt installation, rotate engine clockwise several times to ensure valves DO NOT contact pistons.

MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


For 1986-89 models, although the manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced every 60,000 miles. For 1990 models, the manufacturer recommends the belt be replaced every 90,000 miles or 72 months.

Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) A/C Compressor Bolts ............................................... 16 (22) A/C Compressor Bracket Bolts .................................. 33 (45) Alternator Bracket Bolts .............................................. 33 (45) Alternator Mount Bolts ................................................ 16 (22) Camshaft Pulley Bolts ................................................ 23 (31) Crankshaft Pulley Bolt ............................................. 123(170) Engine Mount Bolts .................................................... 40 (54) Power Steering Pump Mount Bolt ............................... 33 (45) Timing Belt Tensioner Bolt ......................................... 33 (45) INCH lbs (N.m) Timing Belt Cover Bolts .............................................. 86 (10) Valve Cover Bolts ...................................................... 106 (12) Water Pump Bolts .................................................... 106 (12)

* NOTE: This application is an interference engine. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
Removal: Remove negative battery cable. Turn crankshaft clockwise to bring No. 1 piston to TDC of compression stroke. Remove pulley cover from upper timing belt cover. Remove engine wiring harness clamp from right side of engine compartment. Support front of engine. On right side of engine compartment, remove engine-to-body mount (on front of engine). Remove lower engine splash shield. Remove A/C, power steering, and all other drive belts. Remove alternator. Leaving hoses connected, remove power steering pump and secure out of way. Remove upper timing belt pulley covers. Remove crankshaft pulley. Remove timing belt lower cover. Loosen timing belt tensioner to relieve tension on timing belt. Check belt for damage, missing teeth or cracks. Installation: Remove spark plugs. Turn crankshaft clockwise to bring No. 1 piston to TDC of compression stroke. Advance crankshaft an additional 15 degrees from TDC position. Rotate camshaft pulleys to compression stroke (TDC position) of No. 1 cylinder. See Fig. 1. Return crankshaft pulley 15 degrees to TDC position. Push timing belt tensioner to full release position and snug adjuster bolt. Install timing belt over crankshaft pulley, front camshaft pulley, water pump pulley, tensioner and rear camshaft pulley. See Fig. 1. Note position of timing belt pulley guides on both sides of crankshaft. Install pulley guides so guides form a V groove for belt to ride in. Loosen timing belt tensioner bolt.
NOTE: Always adjust timing belt tension with engine cold.

Timing Belt Tension Adjustment: Set No. 1 piston to TDC on compression stroke. Rotate crankshaft clockwise 9 teeth on rear camshaft pulley. Blue mark on crankshaft pulley should match pointer on lower cover. Loosen timing belt tensioner bolt. See Fig. 1. Ensure timing belt is seated properly on pulleys. Tighten adjuster bolt. Reverse removal procedure to complete installation. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A60 for belt tension ranges.

Fig 1: Adjusting Timing Belt

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ACURA *2.5L & 2.7L V6 (Cont.)

93H00122

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Fig. 2: Exploded View of Timing Belt Components

Fig. 3: Positioning Camshaft

ACURA *3.0L, 3.2L & 3.5L V6


TIMING BELT APPLICATION Application Labor Time Belt Part No. 3.0L V6 (J30A1) 3.0CL 1997-99 ................. 4.0 Hours .................. 250286 3.2L V6 (J32A1/A2) 3.2CL 2001 ...................... 4.0 Hours .................. 250286 3.2TL 1999-01 ................. 4.0 Hours ................. 250286 3.5L V6 (J35A3) MDX 2001 ...................... 4.0 Hours ................. 250286

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*NOTE: These applications are interference engines. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
Removal: Disconnect negative battery cable. Turn crankshaft pulley so that No. 1 piston is at TDC on compression stroke. White mark on crankshaft pulley should align with pointer on front cover. Remove rubber plugs from front and rear upper timing belt covers. Ensure camshaft sprocket timing marks are aligned with tabs on bottom of access holes. Remove lower engine splash shield. Remove the generator and power steering pump drive belts. Remove dipstick tube from front of engine. Support engine with a jack, and remove engine side mount from front of engine. Remove crankshaft pulley center bolt and pulley. Remove upper and lower timing belt covers. See Figs. 1 and 2. If reusing timing belt, mark direction of belt rotation for installation reference.

MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


Normal replacement interval is at 105,000 miles or 84 months. Replace at 60,000 miles if car is regularly driven in extreme temperatures (over 110 degrees F, or under -20 degrees F).

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Fig. 1: Exploded View Of Timing Belt Components (1997-99)

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ACURA *3.0L, 3.2L & 3.5L V6 (Cont.)

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Fig. 2: Exploded View Of Timing Belt Components (2000-01)

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Fig. 3: Installing Battery Clamp Bolt On Auto-Tensioner

ACURA *3.0L, 3.2L & 3.5L V6 (Cont.)


TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS

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Remove one of the battery clamp bolts from battery tray. Grind threaded end of bolt to a partial point (about 45 degree chamfer). Thread battery bolt into rear cover to hold timing belt adjuster in installed position. Hand tighten ONLY. See Fig. 3. Remove side engine mount bracket from front of engine (above water pump pulley). Loosen timing belt idler pulley bolt 5-6 turns. Remove timing belt. Installation Ensure that engine is at TDC. Align dimple on timing belt drive pulley with pointer on oil pump. See Fig. 4. Align camshaft pulleys with pointers on back covers.
CAUTION: Handle auto-tension carefully so oil does not spill or leak out. Replace any oil that may leak out.

Remove battery clamp bolt from back cover. Remove the timing belt auto-tensioner. For 1997-98 auto-tensioner with removable bolt, hold autotensioner with maintenance bolt pointing up. Remove maintenance bolt. See Fig. 4. Clamp auto-tensioner in soft-jawed vise. DO NOT grip auto-tensioner housing. Insert flat blade screwdriver into maintenance hole. Place stopper on autotensioner while turning screwdriver clockwise to compress tensioner to bottom. Replace any oil that may have spilled out of auto-tensioner. Reinstall maintenance bolt with NEW gasket. Ensure no oil is leaking around maintenance bolt, then reinstall autotensioner onto engine with stopper in place.

Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Camshaft Sprocket Center Bolt ...................................... 67 (90) Crankshaft Pulley Bolt ............................................ 181 (245) Engine Side Mount-to-Engine Bolts ............................... 33 (44) Engine Side Mount Bracket-to-Mount Through Bolt 3.0CL ............................................................................. 47 (64) Except 3.0CL ................................................................. 40 (54) Idler Pulley Bolt .............................................................. 33 (44) Power Steering Pump Mount Bolt ................................... 17 (24) Power Steering Pump Locknut ....................................... 17 (24) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Auto-Tensioner Mount Bolts ......................................... 106 (12) Auto-Tensioner Maintenance Bolt ..................................... 71 (8) Lower Engine Splash Shield Bolts ............................... 106 (12) Timing Belt Cover Bolts ............................................ 106 (12) Water Pump Bolts .................................................... 106 (12)

CAUTION: Do NOT exceed 2200 lbs. of pressure when compressing auto-tensioner.

On 2000-01 models with sealed auto-tensioner, place tensioner in press. SLOWLY compress tensioner until pin can be inserted through tensioner body and tensioner apply pin. See Fig. 5. Install auto-tensioner onto engine. On all models, install timing belt in following sequence: Crankshaft pulley, idler pulley, front camshaft pulley, water pump pulley, rear camshaft pulley and tension adjust pulley. See Fig. 6. Ensure crankshaft and camshaft pulleys remained aligned with marks on back cover. Tighten idler pulley bolt. Remove stopper or pin from auto-tensioner. Install engine side mount bracket to the front of engine (above water pump pulley). Install upper and lower covers. Install crankshaft pulley. Lubricate crankshaft pulley bolt threads and install bolt. Tighten crankshaft pulley bolt to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS table. Rotate crankshaft about 5-6 turns clockwise to position timing belt on pulleys. Ensure crankshaft and camshaft pulleys are aligned at TDC. Crankshaft pulley White mark should be aligned with pointer on front cover. Remove rubber plugs from upper covers to check camshaft pulley positions. If either camshaft is not at TDC, remove timing belt and readjust position. To complete installation, reverse removal procedure. Tighten all fasteners to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS. Adjust drive belt to correct tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges.

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Fig. 4: Aligning Crankshaft & Camshaft Timing Marks

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ACURA *3.0L, 3.2L & 3.5L V6 (Cont.)

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Fig. 5: Compressing Auto-Tensioner (1997-99 Models) Fig. 7: Installing Timing Belt


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Fig. 6: Compressing Auto-Tensioner (2000-01 Models)

ACURA *3.2L V6 Legend & 1996-98 3.2 TL


TIMING BELT APPLICATION Application Labor Time Belt Part No. 3.2L V6 Legend (C32A1) 1991-95 ................. 5.6 Hours .................. 250193 3.2TL (C32A6) 1996-98 ................. 4.0 Hours ................. 250193

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*NOTE: This application is an interference engine. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions.
NOTE: Some vehicles may be equipped with radio/cassette or radio/CD players that contain anti-theft protection circuit. Obtain radio anti-theft code from vehicle owner before disconnecting negative battery cable.

MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


For 1991-94 model years, manufacturer recommends belt be replaced every 90,000 miles or 72 months. For 1995-96 model years, replacement interval is 90,000 miles for normal service and 60,000 miles for severe service. For 1997-98 model years, normal replacement interval is at 105,000 miles or 84 months. Replace at 60,000 miles if car is regularly driven in extreme temperatures (over 110 degrees F, or under -20 degrees F).

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
Removal (1991-93) Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove injector harness covers. See Fig. 2. Remove engine wiring harness from front of engine. Disconnect breather pipe. Remove vacuum pipe bracket. Remove accessory drive belts. Remove timing belt upper covers. See Fig. 1. Rotate crankshaft clockwise until No. 1 piston is at TDC of compression stroke. Ensure timing marks are aligned. Remove A/C belt tensioner pulley. Remove crankshaft pulley. Remove engine oil dipstick tube.

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Fig. 1: Exploded View Of Timing Belt & Components

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ACURA *3.2L V6 Legend & 1996-98 3.2 TL (Cont.)

Remove timing belt lower cover. If timing belt is to be reused, mark belt with arrow indicating direction of rotation. Loosen timing belt adjusting bolt turn. Push tensioner to release belt tension, then retighten adjusting bolt. Remove timing belt. Removal (1994-98) Disconnect negative battery cable. Use jack to support engine. Remove center bracket and mount from front, lower part of engine. Remove the generator, A/C compressor, and power steering belts. If equipped, remove Traction Control System (TCS) valve assembly brackets. Disconnect TCS throttle sensor and actuator connectors. See Fig. 3. Remove TCS control valve assembly, leaving breather pipe by-pass hose connected. Remove engine front wiring harness cover with oil pressure switch and engine ground cable connectors. Remove idler pulley bracket, dipstick, and dipstick pipe. Remove crankshaft pulley. Remove timing belt upper and lower covers. See Fig. 1. Rotate crankshaft clockwise until No. 1 piston is at TDC of compression stroke. Align timing marks. See Fig. 4. Loosen timing belt adjusting bolt 180 degrees to remove tension from belt. Retighten adjusting bolt. If timing belt is to be reused, mark direction of belt rotation before removing. Remove timing belt.
CAUTION: DO NOT turn crankshaft or camshaft with timing belt removed, because pistons may hit valves, causing damage. Do NOT rotate crankshaft when tension adjusting bolt is loose.

Installation (1991-93) Remove spark plugs. When installing timing belt, turn crankshaft clockwise 15 degrees past No. 1 cylinder TDC. After adjusting left and right camshaft pulleys to TDC, turn crankshaft pulley counterclockwise back to TDC. Install timing belt in this sequence: Crankshaft pulley, tensioner pulley, left camshaft, water pump pulley, right camshaft. To ease installation, advance right camshaft pulley about a half tooth from TDC position. Loosen timing belt tension adjusting bolt, and retight it after tensioning the timing belt. Temporarily install lower timing belt cover and crankshaft pulley. Rotate crankshaft about 5-6 turns clockwise to seat timing belt. Place No. 1 piston at TDC of compression stroke. Rotate crankshaft clockwise 9 teeth on camshaft pulley. Blue mark on crankshaft pulley will should line up with pointer on lower cover. See Fig. 5. Loosen timing belt adjusting bolt 180 degrees. Tighten timing belt adjusting bolt to 31 ft. lbs. (42 N.m). Verify crankshaft and camshaft timing marks are still aligned. If timing marks are not aligned, repeat timing belt installation procedure. To complete installation, reverse removal procedure. Coat crankshaft pulley center bolt threads with oil before installation. Adjust accessory drive belt to proper tension.
NOTE: After installing timing belt, slowly rotate engine clockwise several times to be sure valves do not contact pistons.

Fig. 2: Exploded View Of Intake Manifold (1991-93 Models)

Installation (1994-98) Remove all spark plugs. Ensure No. 1 piston is at TDC of compression stroke. Position crankshaft and camshaft pulleys as shown. See Fig. 4. Adjust camshaft pulley(s) until TDC mark on pulley and pointer on cover plate are aligned. If reusing timing belt, ensure arrow made in removal procedure points in direction of original rotation.

Install timing belt in this sequence: Crankshaft pulley, tension adjuster pulley, left camshaft pulley, water pump pulley, and right camshaft pulley. Loosen and tighten tensioner adjuster bolt to remove slack in belt. Install upper and lower covers and crankshaft pulley. Tighten pulley bolt to specification. Rotate crankshaft clockwise 56 revolutions to seat timing belt. Adjust timing belt tension. Remove upper left camshaft cover. Remove damper from center bracket. Rotate crankshaft clockwise until No. 1 piston is at TDC of compression stroke. Rotate crankshaft 9 teeth clockwise on camshaft pulley. Align Blue mark on crankshaft pulley with pointer on lower cover. See Fig. 5. Loosen tensioner adjusting bolt 1/ 2 turn , and then tighten bolt to 31 ft. lbs. (42 N.m). Rotate crankshaft clockwise until No. 1 piston is at TDC Of compression stroke. Verify camshaft timing marks are aligned. If timing marks are not aligned, repeat timing belt installation procedure. To complete installation, reverse removal procedure. Coat crankshaft pulley center bolt threads with oil before installation.

ACURA *3.2L V6 Legend & 1996-98 3.2 TL (Cont.)

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Fig. 3: Locating TCS Control Valve & Connectors

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Fig. 5: Adjusting Timing Belt Tension

Fig. 4: Aligning Timing Marks (TDC) NOTE: After Installing timing belt, rotate engine clockwise several times to be sure valves do not contact pistons.

TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Camshaft Pulley Bolts ................................................ 23 (31) Center Bracket Bolts ................................................... 40 (54) Crankshaft Pulley Bolt ............................................ 181 (245) Power Steering Mount Locknut ....................................... 16 (22) TCS Lower Bracket Bolts ............................................ 16 (22) Timing Belt Adjusting Bolt .......................................... 31 (42) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Front Engine Wiring Harness Bolts .............................. 106 (12) TCS Upper Bracket Bolts .......................................... 106 (12) Timing Belt Cover Bolts ................................................ 106 (12)

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ACURA *3.5L V6 3.5RL

If timing belt is to be reused, mark direction of rotation before removing. Loosen timing belt adjusting bolt 1/2 turn, push tensioner to remove tension from timing belt, then retighten bolt. Remove timing belt.

TIMING BELT APPLICATION Application Labor Time Belt Part No. 3.5L V6 (C35A1) 3.5RL 1996-01 Balancer ..................... 1 ......................... 250280 Camshaft ............ 3.6 Hours .................. 250279 1 Balancer belt labor included in camshaft belt labor time.

CAUTION: DO NOT rotate crankshaft pulley or camshaft pulley with timing belt removed. Pistons may hit valves and cause damage. NOTE: Ensure water pump turns freely in clockwise direction and there are no leaks.

MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


For 1996 model year, manufacturer recommends belt be replaced at 90,000 miles for normal service and 60,000 miles on severe service. For 1997-01 model years, normal replacement interval is at 105,000 miles or 84 months. Replace at 60,000 miles if car is regularly driven in extreme temperatures (over 110 degrees F, or under -20 degrees F).

*NOTE: This application is an interference engine. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions.
NOTE: Some vehicles may be equipped with radio/cassette or radio/CD players that contain anti-theft protection circuit. When battery is disconnected, radio will go into anti-theft mode. When battery is reconnected, radio will display CODE and will be inoperative until proper code is entered by vehicle owner

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
Removal Remove negative battery cable. Turn crankshaft until No. 1 piston is at TDC of compression stroke. Remove engine cover, intake air duct, and air cleaner assembly. Loosen alternator mounting bolt, lock bolt and adjusting rod, then remove alternator belt. Loosen idler pulley center nut and adjuster bolt. Remove A/C belt. Remove Traction Control System (TCS) control valve upper and lower brackets. See Fig. 2. Loosen adjusting bolt, locknut and mounting bolt, then remove power steering pump belt. Disconnect TCS throttle sensor connector, TCS throttle actuator connector and throttle position sensor connector. Remove TCS control valve assembly. Disconnect vehicle speed sensor sub-harness connector, then remove wire harness holder. Remove crankcase breather hose and vacuum hoses from front of right upper cover. Remove ignition control module bracket from right upper cover. Remove idler pulley bracket, dipstick, and dipstick tube. Remove crankshaft pulley. See Fig. 1. Remove upper and lower covers, loosen balancer belt adjusting bolt 1/2 turn and push tensioner to remove tension from balancer belt, then retighten bolt. Remove balancer belt.

Installation Remove spark plugs. Remove balancer belt drive pulley. Noting installed position, remove timing belt guide plate from end of crankshaft. Ensure timing belt drive pulley is set so that No. 1 piston is at TDC. Align TDC mark on timing belt drive pulley with pointer on oil pump. See Fig. 4. Set camshaft pulleys so that No. 1 piston is at TDC. Align TDC marks on camshaft pulleys to pointers on back covers. See Fig. 5. Install timing belt, in sequence, on timing belt drive pulley, adjusting pulley, left camshaft pulley, water pump pulley, and right camshaft pulley. See Fig. 6. Ensure camshaft and crankshaft pulleys remain at TDC. Loosen and retighten timing belt adjusting bolt. Install lower cover and crankshaft pulley. To set timing belt tension, rotate crankshaft pulley about 5 or 6 turns clockwise. Set No. 1 piston at TDC of compression stroke. White mark on crankshaft pulley must be aligned with pointer on lower cover. See Fig. 3. Rotate crankshaft clockwise 10 teeth on camshaft pulley. Blue mark on crankshaft pulley should align with pointer on lower cover. Loosen timing belt adjusting bolt 180 degrees. Tighten adjusting bolt to specification. Remove crankshaft pulley and lower cover. Install timing belt guide plate and balancer belt drive pulley on crankshaft. Ensure guide plate is installed in correction direction. See Fig. 1. Remove 12mm sealing bolt from side of engine block. See Fig. 7. Align maintenance hole and balancer shaft hole. Insert a 6mm bolt into sealing bolt hole. Ensure balancer belt pulley pointer aligns with pointer on balancer gear case. See Fig. 8. Set timing belt drive pulley to TDC. Install balancer belt pulley. Install balancer belt. Loosen and retighten balancer belt adjusting bolt to tension balancer belt. Remove 6 mm bolt. Install sealing bolt in maintenance hole, using new washer. Install crankshaft pulley. Rotate crankshaft pulley about 5 or 6 turns clockwise to position balancer belt on pulleys. Loosen balancer belt adjusting bolt 180 degrees. Tighten balancer belt adjusting bolt to specification. Remove crankshaft pulley. Install upper and lower covers, then install crankshaft pulley. Ensure crankshaft pulley and camshaft pulley are at TDC. Remove inspection plugs in upper camshaft covers to check pulley alignment. To complete installation, reverse removal procedure. Coat threads of crankshaft pulley bolt with oil before installation. Tighten all fasteners to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges.

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Courtesy of American Honda Motor Co., Inc.

Fig. 1: Exploded View Of Timing Belt & Components

TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Camshaft Pulley Bolt .................................................. 23 (31) Crankshaft Pulley Bolt ............................................ 181 (245) Balancer Belt Tension Adjusting Bolt .......................... 33 (44) Dipstick Tube/Idler Pulley Bolt ........................................ 16 (22) Engine Sealing Bolt (12mm) .......................................... 14 (20) TCS Lower Bracket Bolts ............................................ 16 (22) Timing Belt Tension Adjuster Bolt ............................... 31 (42) Water Pump Bolt (8 x 1.25 mm) ..................................... 16 (22) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Engine Cover Bolts/Nuts ............................................ 89 (10) TCS Upper Bracket Bolts .......................................... 106 (12) Timing Belt Cover Bolts ................................................ 106 (12) Water Pump Bolt (6 x 1.0 mm) .................................. 106 (12)
Courtesy of American Honda Motor Co., Inc.

Fig. 2: Locating TCS Control Valve & Connectors

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ACURA *3.5L V6 3.5RL (Cont.)

Courtesy of American Honda Motor Co., Inc.

Fig. 3: Aligning Timing Marks (TDC)

Courtesy of American Honda Motor Co., Inc. Courtesy of American Honda Motor Co., Inc.

Fig. 5: Aligning Camshaft Pulleys

Fig. 4: Aligning Timing Belt Drive Pulley

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Courtesy of American Honda Motor Co., Inc.

Courtesy of American Honda Motor Co., Inc.

Fig. 6: Timing Belt Installation Sequence

Fig. 8: Aligning Balancer Shaft Marks

Courtesy of American Honda Motor Co., Inc.

Fig. 7: Installing Balancer Shaft Lock Bolt

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ACURA 3.5L V6 DOHC, SLX

TIMING BELT APPLICATION Application Labor Time Belt Part No. 3.5L V6 DOHC SLX 1998-99 ................. 2.4 Hours .................. 250303

MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


Normal replacement interval is at 75,000 miles for 1998-99 model years.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
Fig. 2: Aligning Crankshaft Timing Marks (All Models) NOTE: For correct timing belt installation, lettering on belt must be able to be read as viewed from the front of the vehicle. Also, note arrow on belt which indicates direction of rotation.

Removal: Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove air cleaner assembly. Remove upper fan shroud. Remove serpentine drive belt. Remove cooling fan and drive pulley. Remove serpentine drive belt idler pulley assembly. Remove serpentine drive belt tensioner assembly. Remove power steering pump with hoses attached, and set aside. Remove crankshaft pulley bolt. Using Puller (J8614-01) or equivalent, remove crankshaft pulley. Remove timing belt covers. Rotate crankshaft to align timing marks. See Figs. 1 and 2. When timing marks are aligned, No. 2 piston will be at TDC. If reusing timing belt, mark belt with arrow to indicate original rotation direction. Also place mating marks on timing belt and camshaft sprockets for reassembly reference. Remove timing belt tensioner, and set aside with push rod facing up. Remove timing belt.
CAUTION: To prevent air from entering timing belt tensioner, tensioner rod must always face up.

Installation: Align grove on crankshaft sprocket with mark on oil pump. See Fig. 2. Install timing belt on crankshaft pulley, aligning White dotted line on belt with timing mark on crankshaft pulley. Secure belt to sprocket with spring clip. Align timing mark on right hand (passenger side) camshaft sprocket with alignment mark on valve cover. See Fig. 3. Install timing belt on right hand camshaft sprocket, aligning the White alignment mark on timing belt with camshaft sprocket mark. If reusing old timing belt, align mating marks on belt and camshaft sprocket that were made during removal. Secure belt with spring clip. Align timing mark on left hand (driver side) camshaft sprocket with alignment mark on valve cover. See Fig. 4. Route timing belt around water pump pulley and install on other left hand camshaft sprocket, aligning the White alignment mark on timing belt with camshaft sprocket mark. Install pinch clip to hold belt on sprocket. Ensure there is no slack in belt between camshaft pulleys. Install timing belt around idler pulley and tensioner pulley. Temporarily install crankshaft pulley. Turn pulley clockwise slightly to give some belt slack between the crankshaft sprocket and right hand camshaft sprocket.
NOTE: It will take about 220 lbs. (100 kg) to compress timing belt tensioner rod.


Courtesy of Isuzu Motor Co.

Fig. 1: Aligning Camshaft Timing Marks

Holding tensioner upright, SLOWLY compress timing belt tensioner rod until hole in top of rod and holes in housing are aligned. Install a locking pin through the holes. See Fig. 5. Install tensioner on engine with locking pin in place. Tighten bolts to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS. Remove locking pin from timing belt tensioner. Remove clips from camshaft and crankshaft sprockets. Rotate crankshaft 2 turns clockwise. Ensure timing marks are still aligned. Remove crankshaft pulley and install timing belt covers. Ensure rubber sealing bushings are installed on timing belt cover bolts. See Fig. 6.

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Courtesy of American Honda Motor Co.

Fig. 3: Installing Timing Belt on Right Hand Camshaft Sprocket

Courtesy of American Honda Motor Co.

Fig. 5: Installing Locking Pin in Timing Belt Tensioner

Courtesy of American Honda Motor Co.

Fig. 6: Installing Timing Belt Cover Bushings


Courtesy of American Honda Motor Co.

Fig. 4: Installing Timing Belt on Right Hand Camshaft Sprocket

Install crankshaft pulley. Tighten center bolt to specification. Install cooling fan pulley. Install power steering pump. Install cooling fan. Install serpentine drive belt idler pulley and tensioner assemblies. Install radiator fan shroud. Connect battery. TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Camshaft Sprocket Bolt .............................................. 72 (98) Cooling Fan Pulley Bolt .............................................. 16 (22) Crankshaft Pulley Bolt ............................................ 123 (167) Power Steering Pump Bolt M8 Bolt ......................................................................... 16 (22) M10 ............................................................................. 34 (46) Timing Belt Cover Bolt ................................................ 14 (19) Timing Belt Idler Arm Pulley Bolt ................................. 38 (52) Timing Belt Tensioner Bolt ......................................... 18 (25) Timing Belt Tensioner Pulley Pivot Bolt ...................... 31 (42) Water Pump Bolt ......................................................... 18 (25)

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ACURA & HONDA 3.2L V6 SOHC

TIMING BELT APPLICATION Application Labor Time Belt Part No. 3.2L V6 SOHC Passport 1994-97 ................ 1 2.8 Hours ................. 250221 SLX 1996-97 ................ 1 2.8 Hours ................. 250221 1 - With Air Cond. add .4 hours. With Pwr. Strng. add .3 hours.

MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


The manufacturer recommends the belt be replaced every 60,000 miles.

Fig. 1: Aligning Camshaft Timing Marks

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
Removal: Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove air cleaner assembly. Remove upper fan shroud. Remove cooling fan assembly. Remove all accessory drive belts. Remove fan pulley assembly. Remove crankshaft pulley bolt. Using Puller (J-8614-01) or equivalent, remove crankshaft pulley. Remove oil cooler hose from timing cover. Remove timing belt cover. Align all timing marks prior to belt removal. See Figs. 1 and 2. Remove belt tensioner pusher and timing belt. Installation: Ensuring all timing marks are aligned. Install belt over one pulley at a time starting at crankshaft sprocket working counterclockwise. Belt should go over tensioner last. Secure belt at each pulley during installation with pinch clips. See Fig. 3.
CAUTION: To ensure correct timing belt installation, ensure direction of rotation arrows are pointing in proper direction. If timing belt is being reused, install belt in original direction of rotation.

Fig. 2: Aligning Crankshaft Timing Marks

Compress timing belt tensioner pusher and insert pin to retain pusher. Apply pressure to tensioner against belt and install tensioner pusher. Tighten bolts to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS. Loosen tensioner pulley bolt. Apply pressure on belt by rotating tensioner. Tighten tensioner pulley bolt to specification. Remove pin from timing belt tensioner pusher. Remove pinch clips from timing belt, (if used). Install crankshaft pulley, tightening center bolt finger tight. Rotate crankshaft 2 turns clockwise. Ensure timing belt tensioner pusher rod protrudes proper amount. See Fig. 4. If timing belt tensioner pusher rod protrusion is not within specification, remove pusher, loosen tensioner pulley bolt and readjust. Reset timing belt tensioner pusher rod and repeat timing belt tensioning procedure. Remove crankshaft pulley and install timing belt cover. To complete installation, reverse removal procedure. Tighten nuts and bolts to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS. Ad-

Fig. 3: Installing Pinch Clip On Timing Belt

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Fig. 4: Adjusting Timing Belt Tensioner Pusher

just drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges. TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Camshaft Pulley Bolt .................................................. 41 (56) Camshaft Sprocket Bolt .............................................. 41 (56) Crankshaft Pulley Bolt ............................................ 123 (167) Fan Pulley Bolt ............................................................ 16 (22) Front Plate Bolt ........................................................... 14 (19) Idler Arm Retaining Bolt .............................................. 33 (44) Power Steering Pump Bolt .......................................... 34 (46) Timing Belt Cover Bolt ................................................ 13 (18) Timing Belt Tensioner Pulley Bolt ............................... 32 (43) Timing Belt Tensioner Pusher Bolt ............................. 14 (19) Upper Intake Manifold Bolt .......................................... 18 (24) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Camshaft Thrust Plate Bolt ........................................ 87 (10) Cooling Fan Assembly Nut ........................................... 69 (8)

Fig. 5: Exploded View Of Cylinder Head Components

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ALFA ROMEO 3.0L V6

Turn crankshaft in normal direction of rotation 2-3 revolutions to seat timing belt. Keep timing belt under tension and push hydraulic tension pulley against timing belt. Tighten 2 tensioner retaining nuts. Slightly lift belt tensioner arm, then release tensioner arm, by removing tool holding arm in position. Position No. 1 cylinder at TDC compression stroke. Ensure crankshaft and camshaft timing marks are aligned. If timing marks are not aligned, timing belt must be removed and repositioned. Install spark plugs. Install timing belt covers. On models with heat exchanger, connect oil cooler tubes. On all models, connect coolant hose to thermostat unit, and return hose to water pump. Plug in coolant switch and sensor electrical connectors. Install left side valve cover and gasket. Connect spark plug wires for cylinders No. 4, No. 5, and No. 6. Install right side valve cover and gasket. Install intake ducts and gaskets. Connect spark plug wires for cylinders No. 1, No. 2, and No. 3. Install air intake box. Connect ground strap to air intake box. Connect fuel pressure regulator and power brake unit vacuum hoses. Connect fuel vapor and cruise control hoses. On S models, connect engine throttle sensor electrical connector. Connect accelerator cable. On models with automatic transmission, connect kickdown cable. Install throttle body cover. Connect throttle body switch electrical connector. Connect oil vapor separator hoses. Connect constant idle speed actuator electrical connector. Install crankshaft position sensor and electrical connector. Install hydraulic drive belt tensioner. Install power steering pump, A/C compressor, and water pump drive belts. Install front right inner fenders. Install right front wheel and tire assembly, then lower vehicle. Connect negative cable. Adjujst accessory drive belt tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges.

TIMING BELT APPLICATION Application Labor Time Belt Part No. 3.0L V6 164 1991-93 .............. 4.8 Hours ................. 250120

MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


The manufacturer recommends the belt be replaced every 50,000 miles.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
Removal: Disconnect negative battery cable. Raise and support vehicle. Remove right front wheel. Remove right front inner fenders. Disconnect throttle opening switch electrical connector. Remove throttle body cover. Remove water pump, air conditioning, and power steering drive belts. Remove hydraulic belt tensioner. Disconnect crankshaft position sensor connector, and remove sensor. Disconnect constant idle speed actuator electrical connector. Disconnect oil vapor separator hoses. Disconnect accelerator cable. On model equipped with automatic transmission, disconnect kickdown cable. On S models, disconnect engine throttle sensor electrical connector. On all models, disconnect fuel vapor and cruise control hoses. Disconnect fuel pressure regulator and power brake unit vacuum hoses. Disconnect ground strap from air intake box. Remove air intake box attaching screws and clamps, and remove air intake box. Disconnect spark plug wires for cylinders No. 1, No. 2, and No. 3. Remove intake ducts and gaskets. Remove right valve cover and gasket. Disconnect spark plug wires for No. 4, No. 5, and No. 6. Remove left side valve cover and gasket. Partially drain cooling system. Disconnect coolant hose from thermostat unit. Disconnect return hose from water pump. Disconnect coolant temperature switch and sensor electrical connectors. If equipped, disconnect oil cooling tubes from heat exchanger. Remove timing belt covers. Remove spark plugs Rotate crankshaft so No. 1 cylinder is at TDC of compression stroke. Flywheel and transmission housing timing marks should align. See Fig. 1. Camshaft sprocket timing marks should align with bearing cap marks. See Fig. 2. Lift belt tensioner arm from timing belt. Insert Holding Tool (1.820.053.00) or equivalent into hole on arm to lock in position. Loosen hydraulic belt tensioner retaining nuts. Push tensioner downward to limit of travel, and tighten upper retaining nut. Remove timing belt. Installation: Position Adapter (1.825.007.000) or equivalent, and a dial indicator into No. 1 cylinder spark plug hole. See Fig. 2. Ensure camshaft and crankshaft timing marks align. Install timing belt over crankshaft sprocket, left camshaft sprocket, right camshaft sprocket, and oil pump sprocket hydraulic belt tensioner pulley. See Fig. 3. Maintain tension on timing belt during installation. Loosen timing belt hydraulic tensioner upper retaining nut.

Fig. 1: Identifying Flywheel Timing Marks

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Fig. 3: Installing Timing Belt

Fig. 2: Identifying Camshaft Timing Marks

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AMERICAN MOTORS 2.0L 4-Cylinder


Labor Time 1 Component Kit No. Belt Part No.

TIMING BELT APPLICATION Application 2.0L 4-Cyl. Concord & Gremlin 1977-78 .......... 1.5 Hrs. ...... 2520170 ........ 250017 Concord & Spirit 1979 ............... 1.5 Hrs ....... 2520170 ....... 250017 1 - With Air Cond. add .2 hours

NOTE: A timing belt component kit is available for this application. See page I for information on component kits.

MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


Although the manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced every 60,000 miles.

Fig. 1: Aligning Timing Marks

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
Removal: Disconnect negative battery cable. Rotate engine until timing mark (notch) on crankshaft is pointing to zero. Camshaft sprocket timing mark should now be adjacent to pointer on cylinder head cover. See Fig. 1.
NOTE: Rotate engine by turning crankshaft. Do not turn engine by camshaft.

Loosen front pulley retaining screws. Remove alternator and power steering drive belts. Remove cam drive belt shield. Mark rotation of belt rotation before removal. Loosen tensioner retaining screw and remove camshaft drive belt. See Fig. 2. Installation: Mount belt onto crankshaft sprocket. Position belt in tensioning pulley groove and install belt to camshaft sprocket. See Fig. 2.
NOTE: Use hands to install belt. DO NOT pry with tool.

Turn offset adjusting nut on tensioning pulley clockwise to tighten belt tension. When belt can be twisted 90 with thumb and forefinger, belt is properly tensioned. Reverse removal procedure to complete installation. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges.

CAUTION: Excessive tension may cause pulley to fail.

Fig. 2: Timing Belt & Components

TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Camshaft Belt Tensioning Idler Screw ....................... 29 (39) Camshaft Sprocket Screw .......................................... 58 (78) Crankshaft Sprocket Screw .................................... 181 (123) Water Pump Screw (Large) ....................................... 16 (21) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Camshaft Rear Bearing Cap Screw ........................... 84 (10) Water Pump Screw (Small) ....................................... 84 (10)

AUDI 1.6L 4-Cylinder Diesel


TIMING BELT APPLICATION Application Labor Time Belt Part No. 1.6L 4-Cyl. 4000 Diesel 1982-83 .............. 2.3 Hours ................ 250043
TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS

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MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


Although the manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals.

Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Camshaft Sprocket Bolt .............................................. 33 (45) Crankshaft Pulley/Damper Standard ............................................................... 108 (150) Turbo .................................................................... 145 (200) Injection Pump Sprocket ............................................. 33 (45) Intermediate Shaft Pulley ............................................ 33 (45) Timing Belt Tensioner ................................................ 33 (45)

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT & SPROCKET
Removal: Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove accessory drive belts. Remove timing belt cover and camshaft cover. Turn crankshaft to place No. 1 piston on TDC at end of compression stroke. Lobes of camshaft on No. 1 cylinder must point upward. Secure camshaft in place by installing Setting Bar (2065) at rear of camshaft. Tool must be properly installed to prevent camshaft from moving. See Fig. 1. Insert pin tool (2064) through small cutout in injection pump sprocket to lock sprocket in place. Injection pump sprocket must not be allowed to move. Check that timing marks on injection pump sprocket, pump body and mounting plate are aligned. Check that TDC mark on flywheel is aligned with reference mark on bell housing. Loosen timing belt tensioner to relieve tension on timing belt. Remove crankshaft pulley. Do not allow crankshaft to turn. Remove timing belt. Installation: Check that TDC mark on flywheel is still aligned with reference mark. Loosen camshaft sprocket bolt 1/2 turn. Loosen sprocket from camshaft by tapping with a rubber mallet. Install timing belt. Tighten camshaft sprocket bolt. Remove pin tool from injection pump sprocket. Apply tension to belt by turning timing belt tensioner to right. Using Tension Gauge (210), check timing belt tension midway between camshaft and injection pump sprockets. Tension is correct if gauge reads 12-13. See Fig. 2. Turn crankshaft clockwise 2 turns. Strike timing belt with a rubber mallet midway between camshaft sprocket and injection pump sprocket. Using Tension Gauge (210), recheck timing belt tension. If necessary, readjust timing belt tension. Check injection pump timing. Install remaining components in reverse or der of removal. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges.

Fig. 1: Camshaft Locking Tool Installation

Fig. 2: Timing Belt Tension Tool Installation

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AUDI 1.6L & 1.7L 4-Cylinder


Labor Time Component Kit No. Belt Part No.

TIMING BELT APPLICATION Application 1.6L 4-Cyl. Fox 1973-79 .......... 1.1 Hrs. ...... 2520170 ....... 250017 1.7L 4-Cyl. 4000 1980-83 .......... 1.1 Hrs. ...... 2520170 ........ 250017

NOTE: A timing belt component kit is available for this application. See page I for information on component kits.

MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


Although the manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals.

Fig. 2: Aligning Timing Marks (1.6L)

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
Removal: Disconnect negative battery cable. Ensure No. 1 piston is at TDC on compression stroke and that crankshaft pulley notch is aligned with sprocket mark at TDC pointer. See Fig. 2. Remove radiator grille. Remove accessory drive belts. Remove water pump pulley. Remove camshaft belt guard. Loosen mounting nut of camshaft belt tensioner arm and remove tension from belt. Slide belt forward off camshaft sprocket. Installation: Install new belt and adjust tensioner arm until belt can be turned 90 with thumb and index finger at a point midway between camshaft sprocket and intermediate sprocket. Check valve timing. To complete installation, reverse removal procedure. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension rannges
Fig. 3: Exploded View Of Timing Belt & Components (1.7L)

Fig. 1: Adjusting Timing Belt Tension (1.7L)

Fig. 4: Aligning Camshaft Sprocket With Upper Edge Of Gasket (1.7L)

AUDI 1.6L & 1.7L 4-Cylinder (Cont.)


TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Camshaft Sprocket ..................................................... 58 (80) Crankshaft Drive Belt Sprocket ................................... 58 (80) Crankshaft V Belt Pulley ........................................... 14 (20) Drive Belt Tension Nut ................................................ 33 (45) Intermediate Shaft Sprocket ....................................... 58 (80)

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AUDI *1.8L 4-Cylinder 1984-87


TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS

TIMING BELT APPLICATION Application 1.8L 4-Cyl. 4000S 1984-87 ........ 1.1 Hrs. ...... 2520170 ....... 250017 Labor Time Component Kit Belt Part No.

NOTE: A timing belt component kit is available for this application. See page I for information on component kits.

Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Camshaft Sprocket Bolt 8-Valve ...................................................................... 58 (80) 16-Valve .................................................................... 48 (65) Crankshaft Pulley Nut ................................................. 14 (20) Crankshaft Sprocket Bolt ........................................ 148 (200) Intermediate Shaft Sprocket Bolt 8-Valve ...................................................................... 58 (80) 16-Valve .................................................................... 48 (65) Timing Belt Tensioner Nut .......................................... 33 (45)

MANFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


Although the manufacturer does not recommend a specified scheduled maintenance, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals.

* NOTE: This application is an interference engine. See page ,,,, for interference engine cautions.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
CAUTION: Never use camshaft sprocket attaching bolt to turn engine as timing belt could be stretched.

Removal: Disconnect negative battery cable. Loosen alternator adjusting bolts. Remove all drive belts. Remove water pump pulley, crankshaft pulley, and vibration damper. Remove upper and lower timing belt outer covers. On 16-valve engine, remove upper half of intake manifold. On all models, remove camshaft cover from cylinder head. Turn crankshaft to position No. 1 piston at TDC of compression stroke. Make sure distributor housing and flywheel timing marks are correctly aligned. Loosen timing belt tensioner to relieve tension on timing belt. See Fig. 1. Slide timing belt off intermediate shaft sprockets. Installation: Set crankshaft at point just before TDC compression for No. 1 cylinder. Place timing belt on crankshaft and intermediate shaft sprockets. Install crankshaft pulley and tighten all 4 bolts. Align mark on crankshaft pulley with mark on intermediate shaft sprocket at TDC. See Fig. 2. Position camshaft so mark on back of sprocket is in line with upper edge of timing belt rear cover. See Fig. 3. Both lobes for No. 1 cylinder should point upward at 45 degrees from camshaft follower so both valves are closed. Install timing belt on camshaft sprocket. Adjust timing belt tension by turning tensioner adjusting hex clockwise against belt. Make sure shaft timing marks have not moved. Tighten tensioner lock nut and check tension of timing belt at point midway between camshaft sprocket and intermediate sprocket. See Fig. 4. Belt has correct tension when it can be twisted 90 degrees with thumb and finger pressure. Rotate engine by hand through 2 revolutions in clockwise direction. Check all timing marks. To complete installation, reverse removal proce dure. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges.

Fig. 1: 16-Valve Timing Belt Cover & Timing Belt Assembly

Fig. 2: Aligning Intermediate Shaft & Crankshaft

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Fig. 3: Setting Camshaft Timing Marks

Fig. 4: Adjusting Timing Belt Tension

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AUDI *1.8L 4-Cylinder Turbo A4 & A4 Quattro

TIMING BELT APPLICATION Application Labor Time Belt Part No. 1.8L 4-Cylinder Turbo A4 & A4 Quattro 1997-99 ............... 3.5 Hours ................. 250291

MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


The manufacturer suggests the belt be replaced at 90,000 mile intervals.

*NOTE: This application is an interference engine. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
Courtesy of Audi of America, Inc.

Removal Remove complete front bumper assembly. Remove engine undercover. Remove air intake duct from air filter housing. Disconnect all necessary electrical connectors from front of vehicle. Install Lock Carrier Support Tool (3369) through lock carrier to chassis. See Figs. 4 and 5. Remove lock carrier support bolts securing lock carrier to vehicle. Slide lock carrier forward onto support tool. This will allow servicing of front engine components. Remove serpentine drive belts. Remove serpentine drive belt tensioner. Remove viscous fan clutch and pulley assembly. Viscous fan pulley is secured by one Allen-head bolt. Allen-head bolt is removed from rear of pulley, through access hole in accessory mount bracket.
CAUTION: Crankshaft center bolt is torque-to-yield type. Manufacturer recommends replacing bolt if it is loosened or removed.

Fig. 1: Aligning Timing Marks

Remove upper timing belt cover. Rotate crankshaft by hand to Top Dead Center (TDC). See Fig. 1. Remove crankshaft vibration damper pulley. It is NOT necessary to remove crankshaft center bolt. Remove lower timing belt cover. Mark timing belt running direction. Using Torx T45 bit, loosen timing belt tensioner. Push timing belt tensioner down and remove timing belt.

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Fig. 2: Identifying Tensioner Pistons

CAUTION: To prevent pistons from hitting valves, make sure crankshaft is NOT at TDC for any piston before turning camshaft.

Installation Align mark on camshaft sprocket with mark on cylinder head cover and/or timing belt guard. See Fig. 1. Install timing belt on crankshaft sprocket. Install lower timing belt cover. Install vibration damper pulley and tighten bolts to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS. Ensure crankshaft vibration damper is correctly aligned to lower timing belt cover. See Fig. 1. Install timing belt on the tensioner and camshaft sprocket. To tension timing belt, use spanner wrench to rotate tensioner pulley clockwise until tensioner piston No. 1 is fully extended, and piston No. 2 lifts about .040 (1 mm). See Fig. 2. Tighten tensioner pulley bolt to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS. Rotate crankshaft 2 revolutions in normal direction of rotation. Make sure camshaft and crankshaft timing marks are aligned.

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Fig. 3: Identifying Tensioner Dimensions

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Fig. 6: Positioning Lock Carrier Assembly Torx Bolts

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Fig. 4: Exploded View Of A4 Lock Carrier Assembly

Belt tension is correct if edge of tensioner lever aligns with piston upper edge (Area A), or piston No. 1 is extended 0.98-1.14 (25-29 mm) (dimension D). See Fig. 3. Check for wear in Areas B and C. Install upper timing belt cover. Install serpentine drive belt tensioner and belt. To complete installation, reverse removal procedure. Ensure lock carrier Torx bolts are installed in correct position. See Fig. 6. TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Camshaft Sprocket Bolt .............................................. 48 (65) Crankshaft Sprocket Center Bolt 1 Step 1 ....................................................................... 66 (90) Step 2 ..................................................... Additional 1/4 Turn Lock Carrier-To-Body Bolts ............................................ 33 (45) Lower Timing Belt Cover-To-Engine M6 .............................................................................. 7 (10) M8 ............................................................................ 15 (20) Serpentine Belt Tensioner Bolt ....................................... 18 (25) Timing Belt Idler Pulley Bolt ............................................ 18 (25) Vibration Damper Pulley Bolts 2 .................................................................. 30 (40) Viscous Cooling Fan Pulley Bolt .................................... 33 (45) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Lock Carrier-To-Body Torx bolts ...................................... 89 (10) Timing Belt Tensioner Bottom Bolt ................................. 89 (10) Water Pump Bolt ............................................................ 89 (10)
1 2

REPLACE torque-to-yield bolt if loosened or removed. Bolt strength grade is 10.9.

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Fig. 5: Positioning Lock Carrier Support Tool (3369)

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AUDI *1.8L 4-Cylinder Turbo TT

TIMING BELT APPLICATION Application Labor Time Belt Part No. 1.8L 4-Cylinder Turbo (AMU, ATC & AWP) TT Coupe & Roadster 2000 ...................... 3.5 Hours ................. 250306
NOTE: Engine code is located on machined pad on bellhousing flange, where engine connects to transaxle.

MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


The manufacturer suggests the belt be replaced at 120,000 mile intervals.

*NOTE: This application is an interference engine. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
Removal Disconnect charge air cooler duct at bottom of right-hand crossmember (if equipped). See Fig. 2. Remove center and right-hand noise insulation panels from under vehicle. See Fig. 3. Remove serpentine drive belt and tensioner. See Fig. 4. Rotate tensioner clockwise (as viewed from front of engine) to relieve belt tension. Remove cooling system expansion tank and power steering reservoir bolts. Keeping hoses attached, secure expansion tank and reservoir out of way. Rotate crankshaft by hand to Top Dead Center (TDC). See Fig. 1. Remove crankshaft vibration damper pulley. Remove lower timing belt cover. Remove vacuum hose connecting fuel evaporative canister to throttle body. Unplug electrical connectors on coolant expansion tank and fuel evaporative canister. Remove upper timing belt cover. Remove weight of engine from engine mounts by installing Support Bracket (10-222) or equivalent. Engine may be supported from below using floor jack. Turn crankshaft sprocket center bolt in normal direction of rotation to align the crankshaft vibration damper at TDC of No. 1 cylinder. Ensure camshaft sprocket timing mark is aligned with mark on rear timing belt cover. See Fig. 5.
NOTE: Crankshaft sprocket center bolt is a torque-to-yield type. If removed, manufacturer recommends replacing the bolt.

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Fig. 1: Exploded View Of Timing Belt Components

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Fig. 2: Identifying Air Duct (ATC & AWP Engines)

Remove 4 bolts around center bolt on vibration damper. Remove vibration damper. It is NOT necessary to remove crankshaft center bolt. Do NOT move crankshaft.

NOTE: Engine console and right-hand engine support bolts are torque-to-yield type. Manufacturer recommends replacing the bolts if they are removed.

Remove center and bottom timing belt covers. Remove bolts from engine console and right-hand engine support arm. See Fig. 6. Remove engine console and right-hand engine support arm.

Remove bolts for engine support, but do not remove engine support. See Fig. 7. If reusing old timing belt, mark belt with arrow to indicate original direction of rotation. Screw a M5 x 55 stud into the timing belt tensioner bracket. See Fig. 8. Install hex nut and washer onto stud. SLOWLY turn hex nut on stud to compress timing belt tensioner. Compress tensioner just enough so that a locking pin or drill bit can be inserted through the tensioner body, locking the tensioner in place. Remove timing belt.

CAUTION: To prevent engine damage, do NOT turn camshaft while the crankshaft is a TDC.

AUDI *1.8L 4-Cylinder Turbo TT (Cont.)

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Fig. 5: Aligning Timing Marks

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Fig. 3: Identifying Noise Insulation Panels

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Fig. 6: Identifying Right-Hand Engine Support Arm

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Fig. 4: Identifying Serpentine Belt & Tensioner

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Fig. 7: Identifying Right-Hand Engine Support

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AUDI *1.8L 4-Cylinder Turbo TT (Cont.)

Remove engine Support Bracket (10-222) or floor jack from under vehicle. Install center and upper timing belt covers. Install serpentine belt tensioner and serpentine belt. Install coolant expansion tank and power steering reservoir. Install vacuum line between fuel evaporative canister and throttle body. To install remaining components, reverse removal procedure. TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Camshaft Sprocket Bolt ................................................ 48 (65) Crankshaft Sprocket Center Bolt 1 Step 1 ....................................................................... 66 (90) Step 2 ..................................................... Additional 1/4 Turn Engine Console-To-Body 1 Step 1 ....................................................................... 30 (40) Step 2 ..................................................... Additional 1/4 Turn Engine Support Arm-To-Engine Bracket 1 Step 1 ....................................................................... 44 (60) Step 2 ..................................................... Additional 1/4 Turn Serpentine Belt Tensioner Bolt ....................................... 18 (25) Timing Belt Tensioner Bottom Bolt ................................................................... 11 (15) Top Bolt ........................................................................ 15 (20) Timing Belt Tensioner Pulley Bolt ................................. 20 (27) Vibration Damper-To-Crankshaft Sprocket ..................... 18 (25) Water Pump Bolt ............................................................ 11 (15) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Timing Belt Cover Bolt .................................................... 89 (10) 1 Torque-to-yield type bolt. Manufacturer recommends replacing bolt if it is removed.

Installation Install timing belt onto crankshaft sprocket. Install lower timing belt cover. Install vibration damper pulley, making sure notch in center hole of vibration damper is aligned with projection on crankshaft sprocket. Tighten bolts to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS table. Ensure camshaft and crankshaft timing marks are still aligned. See Fig. 5. Install timing belt on water pump, tensioner pulley and camshaft sprocket. Remove locking pin or drill bit from timing belt tensioner. Remove M5 x 55 stud from tensioner bracket. Turn crankshaft 2 complete revolutions in normal direction of rotation. Align camshaft and crankshaft timing marks. Install engine right-hand engine support arm and console using NEW bolts. Adjust engine console and right-hand engine support arm so clearance is about .50 (13 mm). See Fig. 6.

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Fig. 8: Compressing Timing Belt Tensioner

AUDI 2.0L 4-Cylinder


TIMING BELT APPLICATION Application 2.0L 4-Cyl. 80 1988-90 ......... 1.8 Hrs. ...... 2520170 ....... 250017 90 1988 ............... 1.8 Hrs. ...... 2520170 ....... 250017 Labor Time Component Kit No. Belt Part No.

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REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
Removal: Disconnect negative battery cable. Use exploded view to locate components. See Fig. 1. Match mark all components for reassembly reference. Place crankshaft at TDC with No. 1 cylinder on compression stroke. Remove alternator belt. Remove A/C and power steering belts (if equipped). Remove upper timing belt cover. Remove water pump and crankshaft pulleys. Remove lower timing belt cover. Remove timing belt. Installation: Align flywheel/flex plate 0 mark with pointer. Remove distributor cap and check position of ignition rotor. Rotate intermediate shaft and position rotor at No. 1 cylinder mark on housing. See Fig. 2. Install timing belt on crankshaft and intermediate shaft gears. With intermediate shaft/ignition rotor positioned, rotate crankshaft and align mark on crankshaft pulley with mark on intermediate shaft sprocket. Position camshaft sprocket mark even with base of valve cover. See Fig. 3. Install timing belt on camshaft sprocket. Rotate tensioner clockwise to tighten belt and install lock nut. Proper tension is achieved when belt can be twisted 90 degrees. See Fig. 4. Rotate crankshaft 2 revolutions and check timing mark alignment. To complete installation, reverse removal procedure. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges. TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Camshaft Sprocket Bolt .............................................. 58 (80) Crankshaft Pulley Nut ................................................... 5 (20) Crankshaft Sprocket Bolt ........................................ 133 (180) Timing Belt Tensioner Pulley Nut ............................... 33 (45) Water Pump Pulley ..................................................... 15 (20) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Timing Belt Cover Bolts ................................................ 53 (6)

NOTE: A timing belt component kit is available for this application. See page I for information on component kits.

MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


Although the manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals.

Fig. 1: Exploded View Of Timing Belt Components

Fig. 2: Aligning Distributor Rotor

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AUDI 2.0L 4-Cylinder (Cont.)

Fig. 4: Checking Proper Belt Tension

Fig. 3: Aligning Timing Marks

AUDI *2.0L 5-Cylinder Diesel & Turbo Diesel


TIMING BELT APPLICATION Application Labor Time Belt Part No. 2.0L 5-Cyl. Diesel 5000 1979-83 Camshaft ............ 2.6 Hours .................. 250083 Inject. Pump ....... 1.1 Hours .................. 250082 2.0L 5-Cyl. Turbo Diesel 5000 1979-83 Camshaft ............ 2.6 Hours .................. 250083 Inject. Pump ........ 1.1 Hours .................. 250082

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MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


Although the manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals.

Using tension tester (VW210), check timing belt tension midway between camshaft and water pump sprockets. Tension is correct when tester reads 12-13. Check that crankshaft and injection pump timing marks are still aligned. Tighten camshaft sprocket bolt and remove camshaft holding tool. Install injection pump sprocket, drive belt and inner pulley half. Tighten injection pump drive sprocket retaining bolt until it is just possible to turn sprocket on camshaft by hand. Adjust fuel injection pump drive belt tension by loosening mounting bolts and reposition mounting plate and support on engine. Using tension tester (VW 210), check belt tension midway between fuel injection pump and drive sprockets. Tighten fuel injection pump drive sprocket bolt and remove pin tool (2064) from injection pump sprocket. Install remaining components in reverse order of removal. Ensure valve timing and injection pump timing are correct. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges. TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Camshaft Sprocket Front ......................................................................... 33 (45) Rear ....................................................................... 72 (100) Crankshaft Damper/Pulley (Locktite) ...................... 258 (350) Water Pump Bolts ...................................................... 14 (20)

* NOTE: This application is an interference engine. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT & INJECTION PUMP BELT
Removal: Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove accessory drive belts. Remove outer half of vacuum pump pulley. Remove power steering pump with hoses connected, and position aside. Remove attaching bolts and remove upper and lower timing belt covers. Remove injection pump covers. Note position and number of spacer washers on pulley. Remove cam cover. Rotate crankshaft to position No. 1 cylinder at TDC. Timing marks on flywheel and clutch housing must be aligned. Also, timing marks on fuel injection pump sprocket and pump mounting plate must be aligned. Lock injection pump sprocket with pin tool (2064). Hold inner half of vacuum pump pulley and injection pump drive sprocket with tool (3036). Remove sprocket center retaining bolt. Remove inner pulley half, pump sprocket and injection pump drive belt. Secure crankshaft from moving with support tool (2084). Loosen crankshaft damper/pulley center bolt. Install camshaft holding tool (2065A) at rear of camshaft. With camshaft locked in place, loosen water pump bolts to relieve tension on timing belt. Remove crankshaft pulley with timing belt sprocket and timing belt. Installation: Ensure crankshaft and injection pump timing marks are aligned. Install crankshaft damper/pulley with sprocket and timing belt. Using tool (2084) to hold crankshaft, install and tighten center bolt. With camshaft still locked in place, loosen camshaft sprocket bolt 1 full turn. Using a brass drift inserted through hole in rear timing belt cover, tap camshaft sprocket loose from camshaft taper. Attach timing belt to camshaft sprocket. To adjust timing belt tension, turn water pump until pump sprocket provides tension against timing belt.

Fig. 1: Camshaft Timing Belt Replacement

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AUDI *2.0L 5-Cylinder Diesel & Turbo Diesel (Cont.)

Fig. 2: Injection Pump Drive Belt Replacement

AUDI 2.3L 5-Cylinder Coupe Quattro


TIMING BELT APPLICATION Application Labor Time Belt Part No. 2.3L 5-Cyl. Coupe Quattro 1990-91 ................. 1.8 Hours ................. 250197

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MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


Although the manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT & COVER
Removal: Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove upper radiator cover. Remove drive belts. Remove power steering pump with pressure hoses connected. Set pump aside. Remove valve cover and outer timing belt covers. Using crankshaft bolt, turn crankshaft clockwise to TDC of No. 1 cylinder compression stroke. Align timing mark on back of camshaft sprocket with upper edge of gasket. See Fig. 2. Loosen water pump adjusting bolts to relieve tension on timing belt. Remove timing belt. Remove water pump to check O ring. DO NOT allow crankshaft or camshaft to move.

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Fig. 2: Aligning Timing Marks Fig. 1: Exploded View Of Timing Belt Components

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AUDI 2.3L 5-Cylinder Coupe Quattro (Cont.)

Installation: Ensure both camshaft lobes on No. 1 cylinder point upward. Mark (notch or dot) on back of camshaft sprocket must be aligned with top of valve cover gasket or rear timing belt cover. Crankshaft must be at TDC for No. 1 cylinder. Flywheel TDC mark must be aligned with index point on transmission housing. Install water pump with new sealing O ring. Install timing belt. Turn water pump body counterclockwise to increase belt tension. Tension is correct when belt can be twisted 90 degrees using finger pressure at point midway between camshaft sprocket and water pump sprocket. Recheck valve timing. Complete installation in reverse order of removal. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges. TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Camshaft Sprocket Bolt .............................................. 59 (80) Timing Belt Idler Pulley Bolt ........................................ 15 (20) Vibration Damper Bolt ............................................ 258 (350) Water Pump Bolt ........................................................ 15 (20) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Valve Cover Nut .......................................................... 84 (10)

Fig. 4: Checking Proper Belt Tension

Fig. 3: Aligning Ignition Rotor

AUDI 2.2L 5-Cylinder Turbo, 1992-95


TIMING BELT APPLICATION Application Labor Time Belt Part No. 2.2L 5-Cyl. Turbo S4 1992-94 ................. 1.8 Hours .................. 250225 S6 & S6 Quattro 1995 ....................... 1.8 Hours .................. 250225

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MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


Although the manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
Removal: Disconnect negative battery cable. Raise and support vehicle. Remove underpanel. Remove front bumper. Remove upper radiator support with attached parts. Remove bracket for trim panel from right side of vehicle. Remove radiator bolts, radiator air guide and upper air duct from radiator. Attach special radiator support tool (3251) to right bumper mount bracket and swing radiator forward. Remove viscous fan and unclip wiring from fan frame. Relieve tension from accessory drive belt by swinging tensioner in direction shown. See Fig. 2. Insert Pin (3204) into holes. Remove belt. Remove tensioner. Remove upper timing belt guard. NOTE: Turn engine by hand using hex flange on hydraulic pump. Loosen tensioner bolts.

Turn crankshaft to TDC of No. 1 cylinder. See Fig. 3. Camshaft sprocket mark must align with mark on cylinder cover. See Fig. 4. Remove vibration damper. Remove lower timing belt cover. Remove timing belt with vibration damper. Installation: Ensure crankshaft and camshaft are at TDC of cylinder No. 1. TDC marking must be positioned below edge in inspection hole. See Fig. 3. Markings on camshaft sprocket and cylinder head cover must align. See Fig. 4. Place new belt on crankshaft pulley. Install vibration damper and at same time, fit lower timing belt cover. Fit belt onto idler pulley, water pump and camshaft sprocket. Tension belt by turning tensioner toward right with bolts loosened. See Fig. 1. Ensure that belt can just be twisted 90 degrees with thumb and forefinger between camshaft sprocket and water pump. Tighten tensioner. To complete installation, reverse removal procedure. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges. TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Camshaft Sprocket Bolt .............................................. 59 (80) Timing Belt Idler Pulley Bolt .......................................... 15 (20) Timing Belt Tensioner (1992-95) ................................ 15 (20) Vibration Damper Bolt ............................................ 258 (350) Water Pump Bolt ........................................................ 15 (20) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Radiator Mounting Bolts ............................................. 89 (10) Timing Belt Cover ....................................................... 89 (10) Valve Cover Nuts/Bolts ............................................... 89 (10)

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Fig. 2: Relieving Tension On Accessory Drive Belt

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Fig. 1: Installing Timing Belt

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AUDI 2.2L 5-Cylinder Turbo, 1992-95 (Cont.)

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Fig. 3: Locating No. 1 Cylinder TDC Inspection Hole Fig. 4: Aligning Camshaft Sprocket Timing Marking

AUDI 2.3L 5-Cylinder Exc. Coupe Quattro


TIMING BELT APPLICATION Application Labor Time Belt Part No. 2.3L 5-Cyl. 80 1991-92 .................. 1.8 Hours .................. 250170 80/90 Quattro 1988 ....................... 1.8 Hours .................. 250127 1989 Thru Chassis No. 89 J 394 742 ......... 1.8 Hours .................. 250127 From Chassis No. 89 J 394 743 ........ 1.8 Hours .................. 250170 1990-92 ................. 1.8 Hours .................. 250170 90 1988 ....................... 1.8 Hours .................. 250127 1989 Thru Chassis No. 89 J 396 702 ........ 1.8 Hours .................. 250127 From Chassis No. 89 J 396 703 ........ 1.8 Hours .................. 250170 1990-91 .................. 1.8 Hours .................. 250170 100/100 Quattro 1989-91 Thru Chassis No. 063 969 ............... 1.8 Hours .................. 250127 From Chassis No. 063 970 ............... 1.8 Hours .................. 250170 1990-91 .................. 1.8 Hours .................. 250170 5000S 1987-88 .................. 2.2 Hours .................. 250127 5000S Quattro 1988 ....................... 2.2 Hours .................. 250127

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MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


Although the manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
Removal (1986-90): Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove upper radiator cover. Remove drive belts. Remove power steering pump with pressure hoses connected. Set pump aside. Remove valve cover and outer timing belt covers. See Fig. 1. Using crankshaft bolt, turn crankshaft clockwise to TDC of No. 1 cylinder compression stroke. Align timing mark on back of camshaft sprocket with upper edge of gasket. See Fig. 2.

Loosen water pump adjusting bolts to relieve tension on timing belt. Remove timing belt. Remove water pump to check O ring. DO NOT allow crankshaft or camshaft to move. Installation (1986-90): Ensure both camshaft lobes on No. 1 cylinder point upward. Mark (notch or dot) on back of camshaft sprocket must be aligned with top of valve cover gasket or rear timing belt cover. Crankshaft must be at TDC for No. 1 cylinder. Flywheel TDC mark must be aligned with index point on transmission housing. Install water pump with new sealing O ring. Install timing belt. Turn water pump body counterclockwise to increase belt tension. Tension is correct when belt can be twisted 90 degrees using finger pressure at point midway between camshaft sprocket and water pump sprocket. Recheck valve timing. Complete installation in reverse order of removal. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. Removal (1991-92): Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove accessory drive belts. Remove upper front and lower front timing belt covers. Rotate crankshaft until timing marks are aligned. See Fig. 2. Mark an arrow on timing belt (if reusing) to indicate direction of rotation. Slightly loosen 3 water pump bolts. Pivot water pump toward center of engine to relieve timing belt tension. Insert Holder (2084) into vibration damper to prevent crankshaft from turning. Using Extension (2079) and breaker bar, remove vibration damper bolt. Remove vibration damper/ crankshaft sprocket. Remove timing belt. Installation (1991-92): Ensure timing marks are aligned. See Fig. 3. With crankshaft sprocket attached to vibration damper, loop timing belt around crankshaft sprocket. Install vibration damper/ crankshaft sprocket with belt onto crankshaft end, ensuring belt is not jammed between crankshaft sprocket and front cover. Slightly loosen 3 water pump bolts. Pivot water pump toward center of engine to allow belt to be looped around camshaft sprocket and idler pulley. Take up all slack in belt between camshaft and water pump, and between water pump and crankshaft. Pivot water pump away from engine until belt is tight. To check belt tension, grasp belt with thumb and forefinger between camshaft and water pump sprocket. Belt tension is correct if belt can be twisted 90 degrees. Tighten water pump bolts to specification. Complete installation in reverse order of removal. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges. TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Camshaft Sprocket Bolt .............................................. 59 (80) Timing Belt Idler Pulley Bolt ........................................ 15 (20) Vibration Damper Bolt ............................................ 258 (350) Water Pump Bolt ........................................................ 15 (20) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Valve Cover Nut .......................................................... 89 (10) Timing Belt Cover ....................................................... 89 (10)

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AUDI 2.3L 5-Cylinder Exc. Coupe Quattro (Cont.)

Fig. 1: Exploded View Of Timing Belt, Sprockets & Covers

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Fig. 2: Aligning Camshaft Sprocket

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Fig. 3: Aligning Timing Marks

AUDI *2.7L V6 DOHC, S4 Quattro


TIMING BELT APPLICATION Application Labor Time Belt Part No. 2.7L V6 S4 Quattro 2000 ...................... 4.2 Hours .................. 250297

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MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


For 2000 model vehicles, manufacturer recommends belt be replaced at 105,000 miles.

*NOTE: This application is an interference engine. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
CAUTION: Before removal, mark an arrow indicating direction of rotation on accessory drive belt or timing belt. Damage may result if belts are installed in opposite direction of rotation.
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Fig. 2: Removing Front Bumper (Up To VIN 8DXA200000; Later Models Similar)

Removal: Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove noise insulator. See Fig. 1.

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Fig. 1: Removing Noise Insulation

Fig. 3: Removing Inner End Of Air Inlet Grill

On VIN up to 8DXA200000, remove bumper by removing Torx screws at wheel housing liner, and air inlet grill at bumper by disengaging tabs at top and bottom using a screwdriver. see Fig. 2. Remove inner end of air inlet grill first. See Fig 3. Remove combination bolts. Unclip bumper from bracket and remove toward front. On VIN 8DXA200001 and forward, remove bumper by removing bolt with washer, impact absorber and hex bolts. Remove Torx screws at wheel housing liner, and air inlet grill at bumper by disengaging tabs at top and bottom using a screwdriver. Remove inner end of air inlet grill first. See Fig. 3. Remove bolt and washer assembly. Unclip bumper from bracket and remove toward front. Move lock carrier to service position by removing 3 quick release screws on front of noise insulation panel. See Fig. 4. Unbolt air guide between lock carrier and air cleaner at lock carrier. If installed, remove retaining clamps for wiring harness on left side of radiator frame. Remove bolt and install Support Tool (3369) into left bore. Remove bolts. Remove bolts and pull lock carrier out to stop. To secure lock carrier, install appropriate M6 bolts into rear bored holes of lock carrier and fender bore.

Remove viscous fan using Pin Wrench (3212) to hold fan. See Fig. 5.

NOTE: Viscous fan has left-hand threads. CAUTION: Mark the direction of rotation of the accessory drive belt with chalk or felt pen before removing. A used belt can break if it rotates in the opposite direction when reinstalled.

Loosen accessory drive belt by using a 17 mm wrench to turn to the right until two holes are aligned. Hold in position with Mandrel (3204). Remove accessory drive belt. See Fig. 6. Unscrew bolts and remove center engine cover panel. Remove pressure hoses between charge air coolers and pressure pipes on left and right sides. See Fig. 7. Remove pressure pipes, noting installed position of retaining strips. Remove timing belt tensioner 1. Remove left and right timing belt guards 2 and center guard 3. See Fig. 8. Rotate crankshaft by hand to TDC. Ensure notch A is aligned with notch B. See Fig. 9. Check position of camshafts. Ensure that the larger holes in the securing plates on the camshaft sprockets must face one another on the inside. See Fig. 15. If this is not the case rotate crankshaft one revolution more.

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Remove sealing plug from left side of cylinder block. The TDC mark in crankshaft must be visible (or be able to be felt) in line with sealing plug hole.

AUDI *2.7L V6 DOHC, S4 Quattro (Cont.)


NOTE: The center bolt does not have to be loosened to remove the vibration damper.

WARNING: DO NOT turn engine while feeling for TDC mark. Injury could result.

Screw Crankshaft Holding Tool (Audi 3242) into sealing plug and tighten. See Fig 10. Remove crankshaft vibration damper. See Fig. 11.

Remove idler wheel for accessory drive belt and timing belt guard behind vibration damper. See Fig. 12. Using a hex key, turn timing belt tensioner clockwise 8 mm in direction of arrow. See Fig. 13. Turn until tensioning lever compresses the oil-damped tensioner element enough to enable Pin (T40011) to be fitted through holes in tensioner housing and plunger. This will secure tensioner plunger in place. Remove timing belt. Installation: Insert Camshaft Locator Bar (3391) into securing plates of the two camshafts. See Fig. 15 . Loosen both camshaft bolts and unscrew approximately 5 turns. Remove Camshaft Locator Bar (3391). Loosen, but do not remove, both camshaft sprockets with Gear Puller (T40001). See Fig. 14. Reinstall both camshaft sprockets with securing plates and tighten hand tight.
NOTE: Camshaft sprockets should be just tight enough on the camshaft tapers so that they can still be turned but do not move axially (up and down).

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Fig. 4: Moving Lock Carrier To Service Position

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Fig. 6: Loosening Accessory Drive Belt

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Fig. 5: Removing Viscous Fan


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Fig. 7: Removing Pressure Hoses

AUDI *2.7L V6 DOHC, S4 Quattro (Cont.)


Position timing belt over camshaft sprockets. See Fig. 16. With large holes in camshaft securing plates facing inboard, install Camshaft Locator Bar (3391) on camshafts. Using hex key, turn timing belt tensioner clockwise 8 mm until pin can be removed. See Fig. 13. Use a torque wrench to pre-tension timing belt by turning clockwise with a torque of 11 ft. lbs. (15 N.m). Tighten bolts on camshaft sprockets to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS. Remove crankshaft holding tool from side of engine block. Install sealing plug. Remove camshaft locator bar. Install the accessory drive belt idler wheel and timing belt guard behind vibration damper. Install vibration damper. Note the position of locating lugs on belt sprocket. Install accessory drive drive belt. Install lock carrier to body. Ensure lock carrier aligns correctly with fender and install Torx bolts. See Fig. 18. Install bumper. To complete installation, reverse removal procedure. Tighten all nuts and bolts to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS.

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Fig. 10: Using Crankshaft Holding Tool

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Fig. 8: Removing Accessory Drive Belt Tensioner

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Fig. 11: Removing Vibration Damper

TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Bumper Combination Bolts ............................................ 17 (23) Camshaft Sprocket Bolt .............................................. 40 (55) Crankshaft Damper Center Bolt ........................... 1 147 (200) Crankshaft Pulley Bolt ................................................ 15 (20) Idler Wheel Bolt ............................................................ 33 (45) Impact Absorber Hex Bolts ............................................. 33 (45) Lock CarrierTo-Body Support (Hex) Bolts ........................................ 33 (45) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Bracket Combination Bolts ........................................... 14 (1.5) Lock CarrierTo-Fender Torx Bolts ................................................... 89 (10) Timing Belt Tensioner Bolt ......................................... 89 (10) 1Plus 190 degrees. Always use new bolt.

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Fig. 9: Aligning Crankshaft Timing Marks

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Fig. 12: Removing Timing Belt Guard

Fig. 15: Installing Camshaft Locator Bar

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Fig. 16: Installing Timing Belt On Sprockets

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Fig. 13: Using Hex Key To Compress Timing Belt Tensioner

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Fig. 17: Routing Accessory Drive Belt Properly

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Fig. 14: Removing Camshaft Sprockets With Gear Puller

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Fig. 18: Locating Lock Carrier To Body

AUDI *2.7L V6 DOHC, A6 Quattro & Allroad


TIMING BELT APPLICATION Application Labor Time Belt Part No. 2.7L V6, Twin Turbo (APB) A6 Quattro 2000 ...................... 5.3 Hours .................. 250297 Allroad 2000 ...................... 5.2 Hours .................. 250297

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MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


For 2000 model vehicles, manufacturer recommends belt be replaced at 105,000 miles.

*NOTE: This application is an interference engine. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
CAUTION: Before removal, mark an arrow indicating direction of rotation on accessory drive belt or timing belt. Damage may result if belts are installed in opposite direction of rotation.

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Fig. 2: Removing Front Bumper

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Fig. 1: Removing Noise Insulator

Removal: Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove noise insulator. See Fig. 1. Remove front wheels. Loosen front half of wheelhousing and unscrew flanged nuts on both sides. Remove screw/ washer assembly from wheelhouse liner. Remove sockethead bolts and remove bumper cover (together with impact absorber) toward front. See Fig. 2. Move lock carrier to service position by removing intake air duct between lock carrier and air cleaner housing at lock carrier. On right side, remove bolt and install Support Tool (3369) into right bore. See Fig. 3. On left side, install Support Tool (3369) into threaded hole. Remove bolts on left and right. See Figs. 3 and 4. Remove bolts and pull lock carrier forward until rear hole in lock carrier aligns with front threaded hole in fender flange. Secure lock carrier using bolts. See Fig. 5.
NOTE: Viscous fan has left-hand threads.

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Fig. 3: Moving Lock Carrier To Service Position

Remove viscous fan using spanner wrench or Pin Wrench (3212) to hold fan. See Fig. 6.

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CAUTION: Mark the direction of rotation of the accessory drive belt with chalk or felt pen before removing. A used belt can break if it rotates in the opposite direction when reinstalled.

Loosen accessory drive belt by using a 17 mm wrench to turn to the right until two holes are aligned. Hold in position with Mandrel (3204). Remove accessory drive belt. See Fig. 7. Unscrew bolts and remove center engine cover panel. Remove pressure hoses between charge air coolers and pressure pipes on left and right sides. See Fig. 8. Remove turbocharger pressure pipes. Remove accessory drive belt tensioner 1. Remove left and right timing belt guards 2 and center guard 3. See Fig. 9. Rotate crankshaft by hand to TDC. Ensure notch A is aligned with notch B. See Fig. 10. Check position of camshafts. Ensure that the larger holes in the securing plates on the camshaft sprockets must face one another on the inside. If this is not the case rotate crankshaft one revolution more.

NOTE: Take note of the position of retaining strips.


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Fig. 4: Inserting 3369 Support Tool

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Fig. 5: Securing Lock Carrier

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Fig. 7: Loosening Accessory Drive Belt

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Fig. 6: Removing Viscous Fan


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Fig. 8: Removing Pressure Hoses

AUDI *2.7L V6 DOHC, A6 Quattro & Allroad (Cont.)


Remove sealing plug from left side of cylinder block. See Fig 11. The TDC mark in crankshaft must be visible (or be able to be felt) in line with sealing plug hole.

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WARNING: DO NOT turn engine while feeling for TDC mark. Injury could result.

Screw Crankshaft Holding Tool (Audi 3242) into sealing plug and tighten. See Fig 11. Remove vibration damper. See Fig. 12.

NOTE: The center bolt does NOT have to be loosened to remove the vibration damper.

Remove idler wheel for accessory drive belt. Remove timing belt guard behind vibration damper. See Fig. 13. Using a hex key, turn timing belt tensioner clockwise 8 mm in direction of arrow. See Fig. 14. Turn until tensioning lever compresses the oil-damped tensioner element enough to enable Pin (T40011) to be fitted through the holes in the tensioner body and the plunger. This will secure plunger in position. Remove timing belt. Installation: Insert Camshaft Locator Bar (3391) into securing plates of the two camshafts. See Fig. 16 . Loosen both camshaft bolts and unscrew approximately 5 turns.

Fig. 11: Using Crankshaft Holding Tool

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Fig. 12: Removing Vibration Damper


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Fig. 9: Removing Accessory Drive Belt Tensioner

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Fig. 13: Removing Accessory Drive Belt Idler Wheel

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Fig. 10: Aligning Crankshaft Timing Marks

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Fig. 17: Installing Timing Belt On Sprockets


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Fig. 14: Using Hex Key To Compress Timing Belt Tensioner

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Fig. 18: Routing Accessory Drive Belt

Remove Camshaft Locator Bar (3391). Loosen, but do not remove, both camshaft sprockets with Gear Puller (T40001). See Fig. 15.

NOTE: Camshaft sprockets should be just tight enough on the camshaft tapers so that they can still be rotated, but do not move axially (up and down).

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Fig. 15: Removing Camshaft Sprockets With Gear Puller

Reinstall both camshaft sprockets with securing plates and tighten hand tight. Position timing belt over camshaft sprockets. See Fig. 17. Install Camshaft Locator Bar (3391) on camshafts. Using hex key, turn timing belt tensioner clockwise 8 mm until pin can be removed from tensioner. See Fig. 14. Pre-tension timing belt by turning tensioner pulley center bolt clockwise with a torque of 11 ft. lbs. (15 N.m). Tighten bolts on camshaft sprockets to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS. Remove camshaft locator bar. Remove crankshaft holding tool. Install plug in engine block. Install timing belt guards. Install accessory drive belt idler wheel behind crankshaft pulley. Install crankshaft pulley. Note position of locating lugs on crankshaft pulley. Install accessory drive belt. See Fig. 18. Install viscous fan. Install lock carrier to body. Ensure lock carrier-to-fender Torx bolts are installed correctly. See Fig. 5. Install bumper. Install turbocharge pressure pipes and hoses. Install engine cover. Install noise insulator.

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Fig. 16: Installing Camshaft Locator Bar

AUDI *2.7L V6 DOHC, A6 Quattro & Allroad (Cont.)


TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Bumper Combination Bolts ............................................ 17 (23) Camshaft Pulley-To-Sprocket Bolt .............................. 40 (55) Crankshaft Damper Center Bolt 1 Step 1 ....................................................................... 147 (200) Step 2 ......................................................... Plus 180 Degrees Crankshaft Pulley-To-Sprocket Bolt ............................ 15 (20) Idler Wheel Bolt ............................................................ 33 (45) Impact Absorber Hex Bolts ............................................. 33 (45) Lock Carrier-To-Body Hex Bolt ....................................... 37 (50) Viscous Fan ................................................................... 52 (70) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Lock Carrier-To-Fender Torx Bolt ................................... 89 (10) Timing Belt Tensioner Bolt .......................................... 89 (10) Water Pump Bolt ............................................................ 89 (10) 1 ALWAYS replace bolt if loosened or removed.

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Installation: Position timing belt over camshaft sprockets. See Fig. 2. Install camshaft holder. Position timing belt over all sprockets, then position over tensioner. Lightly tighten tensioner bolt (ensure tensioner can be rotated by hand). Tighten belt by rotating tensioner on bolt. Tighten belt until it can be twisted 90 degrees by hand at midway point between right camshaft sprocket and water pump pulley. Tighten tensioner bolt to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS. Tighten camshaft sprocket bolts to specification. Remove Camshaft Holding Tool. Remove Crankshaft Holding Tool. Install Crankshaft Position (CKP) sensor. To install accessory drive belt, install mandrel. Position accessory drive belt over drive sprockets and idler roller, then over tensioner roller. Remove mandrel. To complete installation, reverse removal procedure. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges.

TIMING BELT APPLICATION Application Labor Time Belt Part No. 2.8L V6 A4 1996-97 ................. 2.5 Hours .................. 250218 A4 Quattro 1996-97 ................. 2.5 Hours .................. 250218 A6 1995-97 ................. 2.5 Hours .................. 250218 A6 Quattro 1995-97 ................. 2.5 Hours .................. 250218 Cabriolet 1994-98 ................. 2.5 Hours .................. 250218 90 & 90 Quattro 1993-95 ................. 2.5 Hours .................. 250218 100 & 100 Quattro 1992-94 ................. 2.5 Hours ................. 250218

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For 1997-98 model vehicles, manufacturer recommends belt be replaced at 90,00 miles. For 1996 and earlier model years, the manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval. However, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals.

*NOTE: This is application is an interference engine. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
CAUTION: Before removal, mark an arrow indicating direction of rotation on accessory drive belt or timing belt. Damage may result if belts are installed in opposite direction of rotation. Fig. 1: Aligning Crankshaft Timing Marks

Removal: Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove accessory drive belt guard. Hold accessory drive belt in place with Mandrel (3204). Using a 15-mm wrench at accessory drive belt tensioner, slacken and remove accessory drive belt. Rotate crankshaft by hand until cylinder No. 3 is at TDC. Ensure notch A is aligned with notch B. See Fig. 1. Note locating plate on front end of each camshaft sprocket. If large hole in each plate does not face inward, toward center of engine, rotate crankshaft one revolution. Remove Crankshaft Position (CKP) sensor from left side of cylinder block, behind oil filter and above oil pan. Insert finger in CKP sensor hole. TDC hole in crankshaft should be felt. Install Crankshaft Holding Tool (Audi 3242) in CKP sensor hole. See Fig. 3. Lightly tighten crankshaft holder. Remove crankshaft vibration damper. Remove lower timing belt guard. Install Camshaft Holding Tool (Audi 3243). See Fig. 4. Loosen camshaft sprocket bolts about 3 turns. DO NOT remove bolts. Remove camshaft holder. Using puller, loosen camshaft sprockets. Loosen and remove timing belt.
NOTE: Camshaft sprockets must be loose enough to rotate on camshaft, but not loose enough to tilt.

Fig. 2: Exploded View Of Timing Belt Components

AUDI *2.8L V6 12-Valve (Cont.)


TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Camshaft Bearing Cap Nut ........................................ 11 (15) Camshaft Sprocket Bolt .............................................. 52 (71) Crankshaft Damper Bolt ......................................... 295 (400) Timing Belt Tensioner Bolt ......................................... 33 (45) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Crankshaft Position Sensor (CKP) ............................. 96 (10) Valve Cover Bolt .................................................. 53-89 (6-10)

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Fig. 4: Using Camshaft Holding Tool

Fig. 3: Using Crankshaft Holding Tool

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AUDI *2.8L V6 30-Valve

TIMING BELT APPLICATION Application Labor Time Belt Part No. 2.8L V6, 30-Valve (AHA & ATQ Engines) A4 & A4 Quattro 1998-99 ................. 4.2 Hours .................. 250297 A6 & A6 Quattro, Non-Turbo 1998-00 ................. 4.6 Hours .................. 250297 A6 & A6 Quattro, Turbo 1998-00 ................. 5.2 Hours ................. 250297

MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


The manufacturer suggests the belt be replaced at 90,000 mile intervals for 1997-98 models, 75,000 mile intervals for 1999 models, and 105,000 miles on 2000 models.

*NOTE: This application is an interference engine. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
NOTE: Obtain radio anti-theft code before disconnecting battery.

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Fig. 2: Exploded View Of A6 Bumper Assembly

Removal Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove engine top cover. Remove noise insulation panel from under front of vehicle. Remove front bumper. See Figs. 1 and 2. Remove air intake duct from air cleaner housing. On right side of lock carrier, remove bolt and install Lock Carrier Support Tool (3369). See Figs. 3, 4 and 5. Remove lock carrier-to-body bolts. Carefully slide lock carrier forward on support tool. Hold cooling fan pulley with spanner wrench. Unscrew and remove viscous cooling fan clutch from pulley. Viscous cooling fan is LEFT-HAND threaded.

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Fig. 3: Exploded View Of A4 Lock Carrier Assembly


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Fig. 1: Exploded View Of A4 Bumper Assembly

Use a 17 mm box wrench to turn serpentine belt tensioner counterclockwise to relieve belt tension and remove serpentine belt. If reusing belt, mark belt rotation direction with arrow for reassembly reference. Unclip timing belt guard on front of both camshafts and remove. Turn crankshaft in normal direction of rotation until TDC marks on crankshaft pulley and timing belt cover are aligned. See Fig. 6. Note securing plate on front end of each camshaft sprocket. If large hole in each plate does not face inward, toward center of engine, rotate crankshaft one revolution. See Fig. 7. Ensure crankshaft timing marks are still aligned. Remove sealing plug from left side of engine block. TDC mark on crankshaft must be visible or be felt through seal-

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Installation: Install Camshaft Locator Bar (3391) into locking plates of camshafts. See Fig. 10. Loosen camshaft sprocket bolts about 5 turns. Remove locator bar. Leaving camshaft sprocket bolts in place, use gear puller to loosen camshaft sprockets on camshaft taper.
NOTE: Camshaft sprockets must be loose enough to rotate on camshaft, but not loose enough to tilt.


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Fig. 4: Exploded View Of A6 Lock Carrier Assembly

Ensure all timing marks are still aligned. Install timing belt on engine. Ensure belt routing is correct and there is no slack in belt. See Fig. 11. Install Camshaft Locator Bar (3391) into locking plates of camshafts. Using an 8 mm hex wrench, SLOWLY compress timing belt tensioner so that 2 mm pin can be removed from tensioner. Using 8 mm hex socket, place torque wrench on timing belt tensioner pulley. Apply 11 ft. lbs. (15 N.m) to tensioner in direction of tension (clockwise). This will preload belt tension. Tighten camshaft sprocket bolts to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS. Remove camshaft locator bar. Remove crankshaft holder. Install sealing plug. To complete installation, reverse removal procedure. When installing crankshaft pulley, ensure notches in pulley are aligned with locating lugs in crankshaft. On A4, A6 and Quattro models, ensure lock carrier-to-body Torx bolts are correctly positioned. See Fig. 12.

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Fig. 5: Positioning Lock Carrier Support Tool (3369)

ing plug hole. Install Crankshaft Holding Tool (Audi 3242) into sealing plug hole. See Fig. 8. Remove serpentine belt tensioner. Remove center and left timing belt covers. Using an 8 mm hex wrench, SLOWLY turn timing belt tensioner pulley clockwise to compress timing belt tensioner. See Fig. 9. Compress timing belt tensioner just enough so that a 2 mm pin can be inserted through the holes in top of tensioner body and push rod. This will hold the tensioner in the compressed position.

CAUTION: If reusing old timing belt, mark an arrow indicating direction of rotation on accessory drive belt or timing belt. Damage may result if belts are installed in opposite direction of rotation.

Remove crankshaft vibration damper from crankshaft. It is NOT necessary to remove center bolt. If center bolt is removed, manufacturer recommends using NEW bolt on reassembly. Remove serpentine belt idler pulley. Remove lower timing belt guard (if equipped). Remove timing belt.

Fig. 6: Aligning Crankshaft Timing Marks

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TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Camshaft Sprocket Bolt .............................................. 40 (55) Crankshaft Pulley-To-Crankshaft Hex Bolt ..................... 15 (20) Crankshaft Pulley Center Bolt ................................... 1 148 (200) + 180 Degrees Lock Carrier-To-Body Bolts ........................................... 37 (50) Timing Belt Idler Pulley Bolt ........................................... 33 (45) Timing Belt Tensioner Center Bolt .............................. 15 (20) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Lock Carrier-To-Body Torx bolts ...................................... 89 (10) Timing Belt Tensioner Bolt/Nut ................................... 89 (10) Water Pump Bolt ........................................................ 89 (10) 1 If removed, manufacturer recommends using NEW bolt.
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Fig. 7: Locating Camshaft Sprocket Holes

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Fig. 10: Installing Camshaft Locator Bar

Fig. 8: Installing Crankshaft Holding Tool

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Fig. 11: Timing Belt Routing

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Fig. 9: Compressing Timing Belt Tensioner


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Fig. 12: Positioning Lock Carrier Torx Bolts

AUDI 3.6L & 4.2L V8 1990-94


TIMING BELT APPLICATION Application Labor Time Belt Part No. 3.6L V8 (PT Engine) V8 Quattro 1990-91 ................. 4.3 Hours .................. 250207 4.2L V8 (ABH Engine) V8 Quattro 1992-94 ................. 4.3 Hours ................. 250207

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MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


The manufacturer recommends belt be replaced at 60,000 miles on 3.6L engines, and 90,000 miles on 4.2L engines. Replacement interval revision is from Audi technical service bulletin 93-02, September 1, 1993.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
CAUTION: If serpentine or timing belt is being reused, mark belt with an arrow indicating direction of rotation. Damage may result if belts are installed in opposite direction of rotation.

Removal: Disconnect negative battery cable. Battery is under rear seat. Remove noise insulation panel from under front of vehicle. Remove coolant expansion tank cap. Drain coolant from radiator. Remove alternator cooling air duct. See Fig. 2. Loosen clip and disconnect coolant temperature sensor harness connector. Disconnect outer half of air duct at alternator. Remove screws securing wiring harness at alternator. Using 13 mm box wrench, turn serpentine belt tensioner clockwise to relieve tension. See Figs. 1 and 3. Remove alternator and set aside. Working from under vehicle, remove lower timing belt cover. In engine compartment, remove bolt securing intake air ducts. Remove left and right side intake air ducts. Remove upper part of air cleaner housing and air filter. Remove bolts securing lower part of air cleaner housing. Lift out lower part of air cleaner housing. Remove upper radiator hose. Remove electric cooling fan bolts. See Fig. 4. Remove electric cooling fan. Remove serpentine belt. Remove lower radiator hose from thermostat housing. Move lower radiator hose to right at rear. Remove viscous fan shroud. Remove bolts securing viscous fan to pulley and remove fan. Disconnect fan shrouds for viscous fan and electric fan. Hold viscous cooling fan mount with a spanner wrench. Loosen viscous cooling fan by turning clockwise. Viscous cooling fan is LEFT-HAND threaded. See Fig. 5. Lift out fan and shroud.

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Fig. 1: Exploded View Of Serpentine Belt Assembly

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Remove front engine support mount. Note number and position of shims for reassembly. Remove lower radiator hose. Loosen center bolt of cranshaft pulley one turn while using Crankshaft Pulley Holder (3197). See Fig. 6. Remove flanged nuts and left side timing belt cover. See Fig. 7. Remove lower radiator hose support from front of engine. Turn serpentine belt tensioner clockwise and insert Setting Tool (3204) below mounting bolt. See Fig. 9. Remove 2 lower mounting bolts from right side timing belt cover. Do not loosen upper mounting bolt yet. Remove Setting Tool (3204). Remove top mounting bolt from right side timing belt cover. Remove right side timing belt cover. Noting positions for reassembly, disconnect ignition secondary wires at ignition coils. Remove both ignition distributor caps. Rotate crankshaft to TDC of compression stroke. Ensure TDC mark on crankshaft pulley aligns with mark on timing belt cover. See Fig. 10.
Fig. 4: Removing Electric Cooling Fan

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Fig. 2: Locating Coolant Temperature Sensor

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Fig. 5: Removing Viscous Cooling Fan (Left-Hand Threads)

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Fig. 6: Loosening Crankshaft Pulley Center Bolt


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Fig. 3: Removing Serpentine Belt

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Fig. 7: Removing Left Side Timing Belt Cover

Fig. 9: Positioning Serpentine Belt Tension

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Fig. 8: Exploded View Of Timing Belt Assembly

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Fig. 10: Aligning Crankshaft Pulley Timing Marks

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Fig. 13: Timing Belt Tensioner With Eccentric Center

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Fig. 11: Aligning Distributor Rotor To Housing


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Fig. 14: Positioning Camshafts With Locating Flange (3199)

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Fig. 12: Timing Belt Routing

Fig. 15: Positioning Adjusting Tool (3204) Into Stop Plate (3.6L Engine)

Ensure distributor rotor points to mark on distributor housing. If not, turn crankshaft one more revolution. See Fig. 11. Remove both distributors. For 3.6L engine, loosen stop plate at timing belt tensioner. See Fig. 12. On 3.6L and 4.2L engines, loosen center bolt on tensioner pulley with eccentric center (right side of engine block). See Fig. 13. Remove timing belt damper top bolt. Remove timing belt tensioner pulley with eccentric center. Fit Locating Flange (3199) at end of each camshaft. Locating pin on distributor flange should fit in slot in locating

flange. See Fig. 14. Secure locating flange with distributor mounting bolts. Using spanner wrench, hold camshaft sprocket. Loosen camshaft sprocket bolts about 2 turns. DO NOT use Locating Flange (3199) to hold camshaft while loosening sprocket bolt. Using a plastic hammer, LIGHTLY tap edge of camshaft sprockets until camshaft sprockets are loose. Remove camshaft sprocket Woodruff keys.

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Fig. 16: Rotate Tensioner Lever In Direction Of Arrow

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Fig. 17: Setting Timing Belt Damper Length

Position timing belt in position over idler pulleys, water pump pulley and camshaft sprockets. Install tensioner pulley with eccentric center. Leave center nut loose so that eccentric can be turned. Fully tighten 4 crankshaft pulley bolts to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS. On 3.6L engine, insert Adjusting Tool (3204) into tensioner lever so that tool engages recess on back of stop plate. See Fig. 15. Firmly press tensioner lever once by hand clockwise. See Fig. 16. On 3.6L and 4.2L engines, set basic timing belt tension by turning tensioner pulley with eccentric center in clockwise direction. Use spanner wrench to turn eccentric. Turn eccentric until damper length is at specified dimension. See Fig. 17. Tighten tensioner pulley center nut to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS table. Holding camshaft sprockets in place, tighten camshaft sprocket center bolts to specification. Remove camshaft Locating Flanges (3199). Turn crankshaft at least 2 turns. Tighten crankshaft pulley center bolt to specification. Ensure timing belt damper length is still correct. Readjust, if necessary. On 3.6L engine, tighten stop plate mounting bolt to specifcation. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS table. Remove Adjusting Tool (3204). On 3.6L and 4.2L engines, complete installation reverse removal procedure. When refilling cooling system, manufacturer recommends using Audi anti-freeze (Part No. G 001 1V8A). Use 50/50 mix of coolant and water. To bleed air from cooling system, turn on ignition with engine off. Set A/C controls to high. Open radiator expansion tank. Fill with coolant while squeezing upper hoses to allow trapped air to escape. Install expansion tank cap. Start and run engine between 2000-3000 RPM until warm. With A/C still on high, raise engine RPM to 4000-5000 RPM several times. Coolant temperature gauge must read just under 212F (100C). Turn off ignition. After about 5-10 minutes, carefully open expansion tank cap. Top off coolant level to MAX mark. Restart engine and repeat topping off procedure. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension information. TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Alternator Bottom Mount Bolt .......................................... 18 (25) Alternator Top Mounting Bolt ........................................... 33 (45) Camshaft Sprocket Bolt .............................................. 33 (45) Crankshaft Pulley Center Bolt ................................. 1 332 (450) Crankshaft Pulley-To-Sprocket Bolts .............................. 18 (25) Engine Front Support Mount Bolt .................................... 30 (40) Serpentine Belt Idler Pulley Bolt ..................................... 18 (25) Timing Belt Adjustment Damper Bolts ........................... 18 (25) Timing Belt Damper Mount Bolt ..................................... 18 (25) Timing Belt Idler Pulley Bolt ............................................ 18 (25) Timing Belt Tensioner Nut .......................................... 18 (25) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Fan Shroud Bolts ........................................................... 89 (10) Stop Plate Mounting Bolt (3.6L) ..................................... 89 (10) Timing Belt Cover Flanged Nut ...................................... 89 (10) Water Pump Bolts ...................................................... 89 (10) 1 - Installwith thread locking sealant AMV 18800102.

Remove 4 bolts fastening crankshaft pulley to crankshaft sprocket. Remove crankshaft center bolt and remove crankshaft pulley. It is not necessary to remove sprocket from crankshaft. Remove timing belt. Inspection: Inspect tensioner and idler pulley for ease of rotation and rough bearings. Replace as necessary. Installation: Ensure crankshaft is still at TDC position. Place timing belt over crankshaft sprocket. Install crankshaft pulley on crankshaft. Install 4 bolts that hold crankshaft pulley to sprocket. Hand tighten temporarily. Apply locking sealant (AMV 188 0012), or equivalent, to crankshaft center bolt threads. Install crankshaft pulley center bolt and hand tighten temporarily. Loosen camshaft sprocket center bolts by about 1 turn. Camshaft sprocket should still be loose on camshaft. Install Vibration Damper Locking Tool (3211). If there is no hole to accept Vibration Damper Locking Tool, ensure TDC mark on vibration damper is aligned with pointer before and after tightening camshaft sprockets.

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Removal: Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove noise insulation panel from under front of vehicle. Remove air intake grille from front of bumper. Drain coolant from radiator. Using box wrench, turn serpentine belt tensioner clockwise to relieve tension. Remove serpentine belt. See Fig. 1. Remove engine top trim cover. Remove coolant hose retaining clamp on right side upper timing belt cover. Remove air intake duct between air cleaner and throttle body. Disconnect fan shrouds for viscous fan and electric fan. Hold viscous cooling fan pulley with a spanner wrench. Remove viscous fan by turning clockwise. Viscous fan is LEFT-HAND threaded. See Fig. 2. Remove right front engine mount. See Fig. 3. Remove coolant hoses at front of engine. Rotate crankshaft to TDC of compression stroke. Ensure TDC mark on crankshaft pulley aligns with mark on timing belt cover. See Fig. 4.
CAUTION: Manufacturer recommends that crankshaft pulley center bolt be REPLACED whenever the bolt is loosened or removed.

TIMING BELT APPLICATION Application Labor Time Belt Part No. 3.7L V8 (AEW Engine) A8 1997-99 ................. 4.3 Hours .................. 250207 4.2L V8 (ABZ Engine) A8 Quattro 1997-99 ................. 4.3 Hours ................. 250207

MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


For 1997 and 1998 model vehicles, manufacturer recommends belt be replaced at 90,000 miles. For 1999 model year, the manufacturer recommends the belt be replaced at 75,000 miles.

*NOTE: This is an interference engine. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
CAUTION: If serpentine or timing belt are being reused, mark belt with an arrow indicating direction of rotation. Damage may result if belts are installed in opposite direction of rotation.

Holding crankshaft pulley with Crankshaft Pulley Holder (3197), loosen center bolt about 1 turn. See Fig. 5. Remove camshaft position sensor at housing at rear of left cylinder head. See Fig. 6. If camshaft sensor is NOT positioned behind sensor plate window, rotate crankshaft 1 full revolution. Remove camshaft flange at rear of right side cylinder head.

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Fig. 1: Exploded View Of Serpentine Belt Assembly

AUDI *3.7L & 4.2L V8 1997-99 (Cont.)


Disconnect harness connector from switch for intake manifold change-over valve. Remove timing belt guard. Unclip cap at guide pulley for serpentine belt at right side timing belt guard. Remove top of air cleaner housing. Remove right side timing belt guard mounting bolts. Carefully lift right side timing belt guard up and out. Holding camshaft sprocket with Sprocket Holder (3036), loosen camshaft sprocket bolts. See Fig. 7. Remove camshaft position sensor plate and housing. See Fig. 6. Install Camshaft Locking Device (3341) at rear of each cylinder head. If necessary, rotate camshaft to allow locking device to engage. See Fig. 8. Camshafts can be rotated by removing the valve cover and using the hex machined into the front end of the camshaft.

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CAUTION: The Camshaft Locking Devices (3341) are NOT to be used to hold camshafts in place when loosening or tightening the camshaft sprocket bolts.

Fig. 4: Aligning Crankshaft Pulley TDC Marks

Using spanner wrench, hold timing belt tensioner pulley. Loosen tensioner pulley center nut. See Figs. 9 and 10. Turn tensioner pulley to relieve timing belt tension. Remove timing belt from camshaft sprockets. LIGHTLY strike edge of camshaft sprockets with plastic hammer to loosen sprocket from tapered ends of camshafts.

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Fig. 5: Loosening Crankshaft Pulley Center Bolt

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Fig. 2: Removing Viscous Cooling Fan (Left-Hand Threads)

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Fig. 6: Camshaft Position Sensor & Housing

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Fig. 3: Removing Right Front Engine Mount

Fig. 7: Loosening Camshaft Sprocket Bolts

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Fig. 8: Installing Camshaft Locking Device (3341)

Fig. 10: Locating Timing Belt Tensioner Pulley

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Fig. 9: Exploded View Of Timing Belt Assembly

AUDI *3.7L & 4.2L V8 1997-99 (Cont.)

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Remove 4 bolts fastening crankshaft pulley to crankshaft sprocket. Remove crankshaft center bolt and remove crankshaft pulley. It is not necessary to remove sprocket from crankshaft. Remove timing belt. Installation: Ensure crankshaft is still at TDC position. Place timing belt over crankshaft sprocket. Install crankshaft pulley on crankshaft. Install 4 bolts that hold crankshaft pulley to sprocket. Hand tighten temporarily. CAUTION: Manufacturer recommends that crankshaft pulley center bolt be REPLACED whenever the bolt is loosened or removed. Lightly oil threads and contact surfaces of NEW center bolt. Using locking compound AMV 00102, or equivalent, install crankshaft pulley center bolt and hand tighten temporarily. Loosen camshaft sprocket center bolts by about 1 turn. Camshaft sprocket should still be loose on camshaft tapers. Position timing belt in position over idler pulleys, water pump pulley and camshaft sprockets. See Fig. 9. Push timing belt over tensioner pulley. Tighten tensioner pulley center nut hand tight. Eccentric insert should still be able to turn. Tighten 4 crankshaft pulley-to-crankshaft sprocket mounting nuts. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS. To set basic timing belt tension, turn tensioner pulley eccentric insert clockwise. Use a spanner wrench inserted into the 2 holes in the eccentric insert. Adjust position of timing belt tensioner until damper length is within specified range. See Fig. 11. Tighten timing belt tensioner center nut to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS. Holding camshaft sprockets in place, tighten camshaft sprocket center bolts to specification. Remove Camshaft Locking Device (3341) from rear of each camshaft. Install housing behind camshaft position sensor and tighten bolts to specification. Camshaft position sensor plate MUST engage in camshaft with catch. Turn crankshaft at least 2 revolutions in normal direction of rotation. Tighten crankshaft center bolt to specification. Check timing belt damper length. Readjust timing belt tension, if necessary. To complete installation, reverse removal procedure. When refilling cooling system, use Audi coolant additive G12-A8D TL 774D (Red color). Use 50/50 mix of coolant and water. Before filling cooling system, open vent screws at heater core feed and return lines (rear of engine). Remove cap from radiator expansion tank. Add coolant until it flows from vent valves. Close vent valves. Install cap on radiator expansion tank. Disconnect 2-pin electrical connector from coolant pump unit. Coolant pump unit is located in left rear corner of engine compartment, near power brake booster.

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Fig. 11: Adjusting Timing Belt Damper Length

Set A/C controls to LO position. Start engine and run at about 2000 RPM for about 3 minutes. Check coolant level in radiator expansion tank. Refill to MAX level, if necessary. Turn off ignition. Reconnect coolant pump 2-pin connector. Set A/C controls to HI position, and blower motor to lowest setting. Start and run engine at 2000-3000 RPM for about 10 minutes. Turn off ignition. Turn ignition on, with engine off. With ignition on, and A/C controls set to HI, coolant pump must NOT make any noise. Noise indicates that air is trapped in system and bleed procedure needs to be repeated. If there are no unusual noises from coolant pump, turn off ignition. Refill radiator expansion tank. TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Camshaft Position Sensor Housing Bolt ................... 15 (20) Camshaft Sprocket Bolt .............................................. 41 (55) Crankshaft Pulley Center Bolt ................................. 1 332 (450) Crankshaft Pulley-To-Sprocket Bolts .............................. 18 (25) Serpentine Belt Idler Pulley Bolt ..................................... 18 (25) Timing Belt Adjustment Damper Bolts ........................... 18 (25) Timing Belt Idler Pulley Bolt ............................................ 18 (25) Timing Belt Tensioner Nut .......................................... 18 (25) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Timing Belt Cover Flanged Nut ...................................... 89 (10) Water Pump Bolts ...................................................... 89 (10) 1 - Use NEW bolt if loosened or removed. Oil threads. Install with thread locking compound AMV 00102, or equivalent.

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AUDI *4.2L V8 2000

TIMING BELT APPLICATION Application Labor Time Belt Part No. 4.2L V8 (AKB, AUX & AYS Engines) A8 Quattro 2000 ...................... 4.3 Hours ................. 250297

MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


The manufacturer recommends belt be replaced at 105,000 miles.

*NOTE: This application is an interference engine. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
CAUTION: If serpentine or timing belt are being reused, mark belt with an arrow indicating direction of rotation. Damage may result if belts are installed in opposite direction of rotation.

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Fig. 2: Aligning Crankshaft Pulley TDC Marks

Removal: Remove trim cover at front of engine compartment. Remove air intake duct for air cleaner. Remove engine top trim cover and cylinder head trim covers. Disengage spring clips at timing belt covers. Remove timing belt covers. Remove noise insulation panel from under front of vehicle. Using box wrench, turn serpentine belt tensioner clockwise to relieve tension. Remove serpentine belt. Remove electric cooling fan. Remove viscous cooling fan shroud. Hold viscous cooling fan pulley with a spanner wrench. Remove viscous fan by turning clockwise. Viscous fan is LEFT-HAND threaded. See Fig. 1. Rotate crankshaft to TDC of compression stroke. Ensure TDC mark on crankshaft pulley aligns with mark on engine. See Fig. 2. Check position of camshafts. Larger hole in camshaft sprocket securing plates must face inboard and align with each other. See Fig. 3.

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Fig. 3: Aligning Camshaft Sprocket Securing Plate Holes

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Fig. 4: Locating Crankshaft Clamping Bolt (3242)


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Remove sealing plug from lower left side of engine block. TDC drilling in crankshaft MUST be behind sealing plug hole. Screw Crankshaft Clamping Bolt (3242) into hole. See Fig. 4. Remove serpentine belt tensioner from front of engine block. Remove crankshaft pulley retaining bolts. It is NOT necessary to remove center bolt. Remove crankshaft pulley.

Fig. 1: Removing Viscous Cooling Fan (Left-Hand Threads)

AUDI *4.2L V8 2000 (Cont.)

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Fig. 5: Viscous Cooling Fan Mounting Bracket

Fig. 7: Installing Camshaft Bar (T40005)

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Fig. 6: Relieving Timing Belt Tension CAUTION: Manufacturer recommends REPLACING crankshaft pulley center bolt if it has been loosened or removed.

Installation: Ensure crankshaft is still at TDC position. Place timing belt over crankshaft sprocket, tensioner pulleys, camshaft sprocket for cylinders No. 5 through No. 8, water pump pulley and dampener pulley. Hand tighten camshaft sprocket bolts. Camshaft sprockets must be tight enough on camshaft tapers to be turned, but should not tilt back and forth. Attach Camshaft Bar (T40005) to camshafts. Insert a 5 mm drill bit between the tensioning lever and the tip of the hydraulic tensioner piston. Set initial timing belt tension using Tensioning Key (T40009), Socket Attachment (5122) and Torque Wrench (1410). See Fig. 9. Set tension to 35 INCH lbs. (4 N.m). While holding tensioner at this point, tighten center nut to 16 ft. lbs. (22 N.m). Remove 5 mm drill bit. Using 8 mm hex wrench, rotate timing belt tensioning lever counterclockwise until Spring Pin (T40011) can be removed from hydraulic tensioner. Rotate timing belt tensioner lever CLOCKWISE until a 7 mm drill bit can be inserted between the tip of the tensioning lever and the top of the hydraulic tensioner body. Tighten camshaft sprocket bolts to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS. Keep Camshaft Bar (T40005) in place to prevent camshafts from moving.

Remove bracket for viscous cooling fan. See Fig. 5. Using 8 mm hex wrench, SLOWLY compress hydraulic timing belt tensioner by turning tensioning lever counterclockwise. See Fig. 6. Insert Spring Pin (T40011) through top of timing belt tensioner and through hole in top of tensioner piston. Install Camshaft Bar (T40005) onto securing plates of both camshafts. See Fig. 7. Loosen both camshaft sprocket securing bolts about 5 turns. Remove Camshaft Bar (T40005). Using 2-jaw gear puller, loosen camshaft sprockets so that they are free to rotate, but not tilt, on the end of the camshaft. Loosen center bolt of timing belt tensioner pulley with eccentric center. Tensioner pulley is located above and to the right of crankshaft sprocket. Remove timing belt along with camshaft sprocket for cylinders No. 1 through No. 4 (passenger side cylinder head).

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Fig. 8: Measuring Tensioning Lever-To-Piston Clearance

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Fig. 10: Measuring Timing Belt-To-Guard Clearance (Right-Side Cylinder Head)


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Fig. 9: Setting Initial Timing Belt Tension

Remove Camshaft Bar (T40005) after camshaft sprocket bolts are tightened. Remove 7 mm drill bit. Remove Crankshaft Clamping Bolt (3242) from side of engine block. Install sealing plug in hole. Turn crankshaft 2 revolutions in normal direction of rotation. Measure distance between tensioning lever and top of hydraulic tensioner body. Dimension should be .197 (5 mm). See Fig. 8. If dimension is not correct, readjust timing belt tension until dimension is .197 (5 mm). Measure clearance between bottom of right hand timing belt guard and top of timing belt. See Fig. 10. If clearance is not correct, turn crankshaft until all rear timing belt cover bolts are exposed. Loosen bolts and adjust clearance to .0393 (1 mm). Tighten rear timing belt cover bolts. Measure clearance between bottom of left hand timing belt guard and top of timing belt. See Fig. 11. If clearance is not correct, turn crankshaft until all rear timing belt cover bolts are exposed. Loosen bolts and adjust clearance to .0393 (1 mm). Tighten rear timing belt cover bolts. Install crankshaft pulley. Tighten all bolts to specification. To complete installation reverse removal procedure. TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Camshaft Sprocket Bolt .............................................. 41 (55) Crankshaft Pulley Center Bolt Step 1 ..................................................................... 1 148 (200) Step 2 ................................................. Plus 180 Degrees Turn Crankshaft Pulley-To-Sprocket Bolts .............................. 15 (20) Timing Belt Tensioner Center Nut ................................ 16 (22) Viscous Cooling Fan-To-Pulley ...................................... 52 (70) Water Pump Bolts ...................................................... 10 (14) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Timing Belt Hydraulic Tensioner Bolts ........................... 89 (10) Timing Belt Rear Cover Bolts ......................................... 89 (10) Viscous Cooling Fan Bracket Mount Bolts ..................... 89 (10) 1 - Use NEW bolt if loosened or removed.

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Fig. 11: Measuring Timing Belt-To-Guard Clearance (Left-Side Cylinder Head)

AUDI & VOLKSWAGEN 2.1L & 2.2L 5-Cylinder, 1978-91


TIMING BELT APPLICATION Application Labor Time Belt Part No. 2.1L 5-Cyl. Quantum 1984-85 .70 Belt T.W. ....... 1.8 Hours .................. 250127 .75 Belt T.W. ....... 1.8 Hours .................. 250065 2.2L 5-Cyl. Coupe 1981-83 ................ 2.2 Hours .................. 250065 1984-85 120 Tooth Belt .... 2.2 Hours .................. 250127 113 Tooth Belt ..... 2.2 Hours .................. 250065 1986-87 .................. 2.2 Hours .................. 250127 Quantum 1983-86 .70 Belt T.W. ....... 1.8 Hours .................. 250127 .75 Belt T.W. ....... 1.8 Hours .................. 250065 1987-88 .................. 1.8 Hours .................. 250127 Quattro 1983 ....................... 1.1 Hours .................. 250065 1984-85 120 Tooth Belt .... 2.2 Hours .................. 250127 113 Tooth Belt ..... 2.2 Hours .................. 250065 200 1989 (Thru Chassis No. 44 K 400 000) ....... 2.5 Hours .................. 250127 (From Chassis No. 44 K 400 001) ....... 2.5 Hours .................. 250170 1990-91 ................ 2.5 Hours .................. 250170 200 Quattro 1989 (Thru Chassis No. 44 K 004 457) ....... 2.5 Hours .................. 250127 (From Chassis No. 44 K 004 458) ....... 2.5 Hours .................. 250170 1990-91 .................. 2.5 Hours .................. 250170 4000 1980-81 .................. 1.8 Hours .................. 250065 4000CS 1986-87 .................. 1.8 Hours .................. 250127 4000CS Quattro 1987 ....................... 1.8 Hours .................. 250127 4000S Quattro 1984-85 120 Tooth Belt .... 1.8 Hours .................. 250127 113 Tooth Belt ..... 1.8 Hours .................. 250065 1986 ....................... 1.8 Hours .................. 250127 5000 1978-83 .................. 1.1 Hours .................. 250065 5000CS Quattro 1987-88 .................. 2.2 Hours .................. 250127 5000S 1984-85 120 Tooth Belt .... 1.8 Hours .................. 250127 113 Tooth Belt ..... 1.8 Hours .................. 250065 1986-87 ................. 1.8 Hours ................. 250127

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MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


Although the manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
Removal: Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove upper radiator cover. Remove drive belts. Remove power steering pump with pressure hoses connected. Set pump aside. Remove valve cover and outer timing belt covers. See Fig. 1. Using crankshaft bolt, turn crankshaft clockwise to TDC of No. 1 cylinder compression stroke. Align timing mark on back of camshaft sprocket with upper edge of gasket. See Fig. 2. Loosen water pump adjusting bolts to relieve tension on timing belt. Remove timing belt. Remove water pump to check O ring. DO NOT allow crankshaft or camshaft to move. Installation: Ensure both camshaft lobes on No. 1 cylinder point upward. Mark (notch or dot) on back of camshaft sprocket must be aligned with top of valve cover gasket or rear timing belt cover. Crankshaft must be at TDC for No. 1 cylinder. Flywheel TDC mark must be aligned with index point on transmission housing. Install water pump with new sealing O ring. Install timing belt. Turn water pump body counterclockwise to increase belt tension. Tension is correct when belt can be twisted 90 degrees using finger pressure at point midway between camshaft sprocket and water pump sprocket. Recheck valve timing. Reverse installation order of removal. Adjust drive belts.See page A-60 for belt tension ranges. NOTE: Turn engine by hand using hex flange on hydraulic pump. Loosen tensioner bolts. TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Camshaft Sprocket Bolt .............................................. 59 (80) Timing Belt Idler Pulley Bolt .......................................... 15 (20) Timing Belt Tensioner (1992-95) ................................ 15 (20) Vibration Damper Bolt ............................................ 258 (350) Water Pump Bolt ........................................................ 15 (20) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Radiator Mounting Bolts ............................................. 89 (10) Timing Belt Cover ....................................................... 89 (10) Valve Cover Nuts/Bolts ............................................... 89 (10)

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Fig. 1: Exploded View Of Timing Belt, Sprockets & Covers

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Fig. 2: Aligning Camshaft Sprocket

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Fig. 3: Aligning Timing Marks

BMW *2.5L & *2.7L 6-Cylinder


TIMING BELT APPLICATION Application Labor Time Belt Part No. 2.5L 6-Cyl. 325 Series 1987-88 127 Tooth Belt ... 3.2 Hours .................. 250131 128 Tooth Belt ... 3.2 Hours .................. 250106 1989-91 ................. 3.2 Hours .................. 250131 525i 1989-95 ................. 3.2 Hours .................. 250131 2.7L 6-Cyl. 325 Series 1984-88 127 Tooth Belt ... 3.2 Hours .................. 250131 128 Tooth Belt ... 3.2 Hours .................. 250106 528e 1982-88 127 Tooth Belt ... 3.2 Hours .................. 250131 128 Tooth Belt ... 3.2 Hours ................. 250106
NOTE: Use 127 tooth belt with retrofit tensioner pulley. Use 128 tooth belt with with OEM tensioner pulley. DO NOT use 128 tooth belt on new style adjusting pulley.

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Remove front cover. Loosen timing belt tensioner mounting bolts and press in on tension roller. Tighten upper mounting bolt to hold tensioner in place. Remove timing belt. Installation: Ensure arrow on camshaft sprocket is still aligned with timing mark on cylinder head. Ensure timing mark on crankshaft sprocket is aligned with notch in cover (about one oclock position). See Fig. 1. Install timing belt on sprockets. Loosen tensioner adjusting bolt to allow spring tension on timing belt. Turn crankshaft in direction of normal rotation until timing belt tightens. Tighten tensioner bolt. Clean gasket mating surfaces. Coat oil pan-to-cover gasket with gasket sealer. Install Centering Tool (11 2 211) on crankshaft and on intermediate shaft to align front cover. Using new gasket, install and tighten timing belt cover. When installing crankshaft sprocket, lettering must face forward. Install remaining components in reverse order of removal procedure. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges. TIGHTENING SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lb.s. (N.m) Camshaft Sprocket ........................................... 47-50 (65-70) Intermediate Shaft Sprocket ............................. 40-47 (55-64) Vibration Damper Hub .............................. 283-311 (390-430)

MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


The manufacturer recommends the belt be replaced every 60,000 miles or whenever tensioner roller has been released.

* NOTE: This application is an interference engine. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT COVER
Removal: Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove lower splash shield. Remove all drive belts. Remove cooling fan and water pump pulley. Drain cooling system. Disconnect both hoses and transmission cooling line. Disconnect electrical connector from radiator switches. Remove radiator. Hold crankshaft in place and remove center bolt from vibration damper hub. Using a puller, remove vibration damper hub from crankshaft. Remove distributor cap and rotor. Remove cover from distributor housing. Ensure cylinder No. 1 is set to TDC on compression stroke. See Fig. 1. Remove alternator tension bracket and move aside.
Fig. 1: Aligning Timing Sprockets

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Fig. 2: Exploded View Of Camshaft Drive Assembly

CHRYSLER *1.4L 4-Cylinder


TIMING BELT APPLICATION Labor Time Belt Part No. Application 1.4L 4-Cyl. Colt 1979-84 ................. 1.1 Hours .................. 250073 Champ 1979-82 ................. 1.1 Hours .................. 250073 1 - With Air Cond. add .2 hours.
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The manufacturer recommends the belt be replaced every 60,000 miles.

Slowly turn crankshaft one revolution clockwise and realign crankshaft sprocket timing mark at TDC. Do not push or shake belt while turning or turn crankshaft in counterclockwise direction. Loosen tensioner spring bolt first then slotted adjustment hole bolt. Tighten tensioner bolts by tightening slotted adjustment hole bolt first and tensioner spring bolt last. Check belt tension by pushing tension side of timing belt in horizontally using about 11 lbs. (5 kg) force. Timing belt tooth end should be approximately 1/4 of tensioner mounting bolt head width (across flats) away from bolt head center. See Fig. 3. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges. TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Camshaft Sprocket ........................................... 47-54 (64-73) Crankshaft Sprocket Bolt .................................. 37-43 (50-58) Timing Chain Tensioner ................................... 15-18 (20-24) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Crankshaft Pulley Bolt .................................... 90-102 (10-11) Oil Pump Cover ................................................ 72-108 (8-10)

* NOTE: This application is an interference engine. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
Removal: Disconnect negative battery cable. On front wheel drive models, remove air cleaner assembly, then disconnect accelerator cable and oxygen sensor lead. On all models, mark position of spark plug wires for installation, then remove wires from spark plugs. On front wheel drive models, support engine using a suitable engine support bar. Remove left engine mount bracket. Remove fan, spacer, water pump pulley and drive belt. Remove rocker arm cover and timing belt cover. Move timing belt tensioner upward toward water pump and secure. Remove timing belt from camshaft sprocket. Mark belt with an arrow indicating direction of rotation for installation reference, and remove timing belt. Installation: Align camshaft and crankshaft sprockets. Mount belt tensioner, spring, spacer and temporarily tighten bolt. Position spring against tensioner first, then against case and tighten bolt. See Fig. 2. Position and secure tensioner toward water pump. Install timing belt on crankshaft and camshaft sprockets. Ensure tension side is tight and timing marks are aligned when pressure is applied to turn camshaft in reverse direction. Align dowel and install crankshaft pulley. Loosen tensioner bolt. Ensure proper mesh of belt and sprocket. With only spring tension applied to belt, tighten tensioner spring bolt first and slotted adjustment hole bolt last.

Fig. 1: Removing/Installing Timing Belt

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Fig. 3: Checking Timing Belt Tension Fig. 2: Installing Timing Belt Tensioner

CHRYSLER 1.6L 4-Cylinder With Balance Shaft


TIMING BELT APPLICATION Application Labor Time Belt Part No. 1.6L 4-Cyl. SOHC Arrow & Sapporo 1977-80 ................ 1 1.7 Hours .............. 2 250013 1977-80 ................ 1 1.7 Hours .............. 3 250062 Challenger 1978-79 ................ 1 1.7 Hours .............. 2 250013 1978-79 ................ 1 1.7 Hours .............. 3 250062 Champ 1979-80 ................ 1 1.7 Hours ............... 2 250013 1979-80 ................ 1 1.7 Hours ............... 3 250062 Colt 1977-80 ................ 1 1.7 Hours ............... 2 250013 1977-80 ................ 1 1.7 Hours ............... 3 250062 1 - Counterbalance shaft belt included in labor time. With Air Cond. add .2 hours. With Pwr. Strng. add .2 hours. 2 Camshaft timing belt. 3 Counterbalance shaft belt.

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The manufacturer recommends the belt be replaced every 60,000 miles.

Fig. 1: Counterbalance & Timing Belt Routing

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
Removal: Disconnect negative battery cable. Rotate crankshaft so that No. 1 cylinder is at TDC of compression stroke. Remove crankshaft pulley, upper and lower timing belt front covers. Loosen timing belt tensioner mounting nut and bolt. Move tensioner away from timing belt and temporarily tighten nut. Remove timing belt. See Fig. 1. Remove plug at bottom of left side of cylinder block. See Fig. 2. Insert a screwdriver to keep left counterbalance (silent) shaft in position. Screwdriver MUST insert at least 2.36 (59.9 mm). If not, turn oil pump sprocket (which drives left counterbalance shaft) one full turn until timing mark is aligned again. Keep screwdriver in place until timing belt is installed. Remove outer crankshaft sprocket and flange. Loosen center bolt on counterbalance belt tensioner pulley. Remove counterbalance shaft belt. Installation: Align counterbalance shaft and crankshaft sprocket timing marks. See Fig. 3. Install counterbalance shaft belt so that there is no slack on tension side of belt. Position counterbalance shaft tensioner so that the eccentric in the center of the pulley is located to the left and above the bolt. See Fig. 4. Ensure pulley flange faces toward front of engine. While keeping tension on counterbalance shaft belt, tighten tensioner pulley bolt. DO NOT allow tensioner pulley to rotate while tightening center bolt. If camshaft timing belt tensioner was removed, install tensioner. Ensure tension spring is seated in correct position on water pump body. See Fig. 5. Secure tensioner away from timing belt.

Fig. 2: Installing Screwdriver To Hold Counterbalance (Silent) Shaft In Place

Fig. 3: Aligning Counterbalance Shaft Timing Marks

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Fig. 6: Checking Camshaft Timing Belt Tension Fig. 4: Positioning Counterbalance Pulley

then bolt. If bolt is tightened first, the tensioner may also turn more than necessary. Ensure all camshaft timing marks are still aligned. Turn crankshaft one revolution in normal direction of rotation (clockwise). Do NOT turn crankshaft counterclockwise.

CAUTION: Do NOT push or twist camshaft timing belt during final tension adjustment.

Fig. 5: Positioning Camshaft Timing Belt Tensioner Spring

Loosen tensioner mounting bolt and nut. This will take any slack out of timing belt. Final tighten tensioner mounting nut to specified torque. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS. Tighten tensioner mounting bolt. To check timing belt tension, grasp camshaft timing belt between thumb and forefinger. Clearance between back of timing belt and edge of rear timing case seal line should be .47 (12 mm). See Fig. 6. Readjust camshaft timing belt tension, if necessary. Remove crankshaft pulley. Install timing belt covers. Install crankshaft pulley. Tighten crankshaft sprocket center bolt and pulley bolts to specification. Install accessory drive belts. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges. TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Camshaft Sprocket Bolt ...................................... 44-57 (60-78) Crankshaft Sprocket Center Bolt ........................ 44-50 (60-68) Oil Pump Sprocket Bolt ....................................... 25-28 (34-39) Timing Belt Tensioner Mounting Bolt ................ 16-21 (22-29) Timing Belt Tensioner Mounting Nut ................ 16-21 (22-29) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Crankshaft Pulley Bolt ...................................... 90-102 (10-11)

Install outer crankshaft sprocket. Install camshaft timing belt first on crankshaft sprocket, then around the oil pump sprocket and camshaft sprocket. Keep slack out of belt during installation. Ensure crankshaft, camshaft and oil sprocket timing marks are still aligned. Remove screwdriver inserted in left side of engine block. Install plug. Temporarily install crankshaft pulley to prevent timing belt movement when crankshaft is turned. Loosen camshaft timing belt tensioner nut and bolt. Lightly push camshaft belt tensioner toward timing belt. Ensure timing belt fully meshes with all teeth on sprockets. Tighten camshaft timing belt tensioner mounting nut first,

CHRYSLER 1.6L 4-Cylinder Without Balance Shaft


TIMING BELT APPLICATION Application Labor Time Belt Part No. 1.6L 4-Cyl. SOHC, Without Balance Shaft Arrow & Sapporo 1978-80 ................ 1 1.6 Hours ............... 250064 Challenger & Colt (RWD) 1978-79 ................ 1 1.6 Hours ................. 250064 Champ 1979-82 ................. 2.8 Hours .................. 250064 Colt (FWD) 1979-82 ................ 1 2.8 Hours ................. 250064 1983-89 ................ 1 2.8 Hours ................. 250093 Vista (Canadian) 1989 ..................... 1 2.8 Hours ................. 250093 1 - With Air Cond. add .2 hours. With Pwr. Strng. add .2 hours.

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The manufacturer recommends the belt be replaced every 60,000 miles.

Ensure that all timing marks are still in alignment. See Fig. 1. If tensioner was removed, ensure spring is positioned correctly under water pump body. See Fig. 2. Secure tensioner out of way so that timing belt can be installed. Install timing belt on crankshaft sprocket, on oil pump sprocket and camshaft sprocket, in that order. Keep slack out of belt during installation. Ensure all timing marks are still aligned. Temporarily install crankshaft pulley. Loosen tensioner mounting bolt so that spring-loaded tensioner applies pressure to the timing belt. Lightly push tensioner up by hand to ensure timing belt completely meshes with drive sprockets. Tighten tensioner mounting nut, then tighten mounting bolt. See Fig. 3. Turn crankshaft one turn in normal direction of rotation. Do NOT turn in opposite direction. Loosen the timing belt tensioner mounting bolt and nut. This will take out any slack in belt. Tighten mounting nut to specifed torque. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS. Tighten timing belt tensioner bolt. To check timing belt tension, grasp belt between thumb and forefinger near timing belt tensioner. See Fig. 4. Tension is correct when distance between back of belt and edge of rear timing case cover is .47" (12 mm) with finger pressure. Readjust tension, if necessary.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
Removal: Disconnect negative battery cable. On front wheel drive only, support engine under oil pan with a floor jack. Remove engine mount on timing belt end of engine. On all models, remove accessory drive belts. Remove crankshaft pulley, upper and lower timing belt front covers. Turn crankshaft clockwise to align camshaft and crankshaft timing marks. See Fig. 1. Loosen belt tensioner mounting nut and bolt. Move tensioner away from belt and temporarily tighten nut. Remove timing belt. See Fig. 1. Installation:

Fig. 2: Installing Timing Belt Tensioner

Fig. 3: Adjusting Timing Belt Tension Fig. 1: Timing Belt Routing & Alignment

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CHRYSLER 1.6L 4-Cylinder Without Balance Shaft (Cont.)

Remove crankshaft pulley. Install timing belt covers. Install crankshaft pulley and tighten bolts to specification. On front wheel drive vehicles, install engine mount. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges. TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Timing Belt Tensioner Nut/Bolt ......................... 16-21 (22-29) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Crankshaft Pulley Bolt ...................................... 90-102 (10-11)

Fig. 4: Checking Timing Belt Tension

CHRYSLER 1.7L 4-Cylinder


TIMING BELT APPLICATION Labor Component Kit No. Application Time1 1.7L 4-Cyl. Charger 1983 ............... 3.1 Hours ... 2520710 ........ 250017 Horizon 1978-83 .......... 3.1 Hours ... 2520710 ........ 250017 Omni 1978-83 .......... 3.1 Hours ... 2520710 ........ 250017 TC3 1981-82 .......... 3.1 Hours ... 2520710 ........ 250017 Turismo 1983 ............... 3.1 Hours ... 2520710 ........ 250017 024 1981-82 .......... 3.1 Hours ... 2520710 ........ 250017 1 - With Air Cond. add .2 hours. With Air Pump add .2 hours. With Pwr. Strng. add .2 hours Belt Part No.

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NOTE: Do not turn engine by turning camshaft pulley. This will cause belt to skip teeth.

Turn engine clockwise from TDC 2 complete crankshaft revolutions to TDC. Tighten tensioner lock nut while holding belt tensioner wrench in position. Reverse removal procedure to complete installation. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges.

NOTE: A timing belt component kit is available for this application. See page I for information on component kits.

MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


Although the manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals.
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REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
Removal: Disconnect negative battery cable. If equipped, remove A/C compressor and power steering pump from mounting brackets and position aside, leaving refrigerant lines and/ or hoses connected. Remove alternator from mounting bracket and position aside. Raise vehicle and remove inner fender splash shield. On 1981-83 Models, remove water pump. If equipped, remove AIR pump belts. Remove idler pulley assembly. Remove crankshaft pulley and power steering belt. Remove lower plastic timing belt cover. See Fig. 1. Lower vehicle and place jack under engine. Remove right motor mount through bolt and raise engine slightly. Loosen timing belt tensioner and remove timing belt. Installation: Align timing marks on crankshaft and intermediate sprockets. See Fig. 2. Turn camshaft sprocket until timing mark on sprocket is lined up with camshaft cover sealing surface. See Fig. 3. Install timing belt and Belt Tensioner Tool (L-4502 or equivalent) horizontally on large hex of belt tensioner pulley and loosen tensioner lock nut. See Fig. 4. If necessary, reset belt tensioner tool to have axis within 15 of horizontal.

Fig. 1: Exploded View Of Timing Belt & Components

Fig. 2: Crankshaft & Intermediate Sprocket Timing Marks

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Fig. 3: Camshaft Timing Mark

TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs (N.m) Camshaft Sprocket Bolt .............................................. 58 (80) Crankshaft Sprocket Bolt ............................................ 58 (80) Intermediate Shaft Retainer Bolt ................................. 18 (29) Intermediate Shaft Sprocket Bolt ................................. 58 (80) Timing Belt Cover Screw ............................................... 8 (11) Water Pump Bolts ...................................................... 30 (41)
Fig. 4: Tensioning Timing Belt

CHRYSLER 1.8L 4-Cylinder VIN T


TIMING BELT APPLICATION Belt Part No. Application Labor Time 1.8L 4-Cyl. Colt & Colt Wagon 1989-90 ................. 2.4 Hours ................. 250093 1 - With Air Cond. add .2 hours. With Pwr. Strng. add .2 hours.
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MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


The manufacturer recommends the belt be replaced every 60,000 miles.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
CAUTION: To prevent engine damage, DO NOT rotate crankshaft counterclockwise (as viewed from timing belt end of engine).

Removal: Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove protective cover below engine. Support engine and remove engine mount from timing belt end of engine. Remove spark plug wires and rocker cover. Remove drive belts and water pump pulley. Remove A/C belt tensioner (if equipped). Remove crankshaft pulley assembly. Remove upper front and lower timing belt covers. Note bolt lengths and locations. Rotate engine clockwise (as viewed from timing belt end of engine) to align timing mark on camshaft sprocket with mark on upper rear cover. See Fig. 1. If reusing belt, mark timing belt position on camshaft sprocket and indicate direction of belt rotation. Loosen timing belt tensioner bolt and nut. Move timing belt tensioner toward water pump to release tension and tighten nut temporarily to maintain tensioner position. See Fig. 2. Remove timing belt.

Inspection: Check belt teeth for cracks, damage or oil contamination. Inspect all sprockets for damage. Check belt tensioner for signs of grease leakage or roughness in tensioner rotation. Replace components if damaged. Installation: Rotate tensioner toward water pump and temporarily tighten retaining nut. See Fig. 2. Ensure camshaft and crankshaft timing marks are aligned. See Fig. 1. Apply pressure on tension side of belt and install timing belt on oil pump sprocket and then on crankshaft sprocket. Apply force on camshaft sprocket, in counterclockwise direction, to apply tension on tension side of belt. Ensure all timing marks are aligned. Loosen belt tensioner bolt, then loosen nut to place tension on timing belt. Rotate camshaft sprocket clockwise until timing mark is offset by 2 teeth to apply tension on belt. Ensure all timing marks are aligned. Tighten tensioner nut, then tighten bolt. Check belt tension by applying slight thumb pressure to timing belt in direction of timing belt lower rear cover. See Fig. 3. Ensure distance between back of timing belt (smooth side) and timing belt lower rear cover is approximately .23" (6 mm). To complete installation, reverse removal procedure. Adjust accessory drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges. TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Camshaft Sprocket Bolt .................................... 58-72 (79-98) Crankshaft Pulley Bolt ...................................... 11-13 (15-18) Crankshaft Sprocket Bolt ............................. 80-94 (109-127) Damper Pulley Bolt ........................................... 11-13 (15-18) Engine Support Bracket Bolt ............................. 22-30 (30-41) Front Cover Bolt ................................................ 11-13 (15-18) Tensioner Pulley Bracket Bolt ........................... 17-20 (23-27) Water Pump Bolt 8 X 70 mm ...................................................... 15-19 (20-26) All Others .................................................................. 10 (14) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Timing Belt Cover Bolt ...................................... 84-108 (9-12) Valve Cover Bolt .................................................... 48-60 (5-7) Water Pump Pulley Bolt ........................................ 72-84 (8-9)

Fig. 1: Aligning Timing Mark & Arranging Belt

Fig. 2: Positioning Timing Belt Tensioner

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Fig. 3: Checking Timing Belt Tension

CHRYSLER *2.0L 4-Cylinder SOHC, VIN C


TIMING BELT APPLICATION Application Labor Time Belt Part No. 2.0L 4-Cyl. SOHC Breeze 1996-00 ................ 1 2.4 Hours ................. 250245 Cirrus 2000 ..................... 1 2.4 Hours ................. 250245 Neon 1995-00 ................ 1 2.4 Hours ................. 250245 Stratus 1995-00 ................ 1 2.4 Hours ................. 250245 1 - With Air Cond. add .2 hours. With Pwr. Strng. add .2 hours.
Timing Belt Tensioner Bracket Precaution:

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NOTE: The following revised information regarding the tensioner pulley pivot bolt is from Chrysler technical service bulletin 0906-96; March 29, 1996.

On models with hydraulic timig belt tensioner, do not loosen, tighten, or remove timing belt tensioner pivot bolt. Bolt is installed at factory with special threadlocking compound that is not reusable. If tensioner pivot bolt is disturbed, entire bracket assembly must be replaced. The tensioner pulley center bolt MAY be removed and installed.

MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


On Neon models, the manufacturer recommends the belt be replaced at 105,000 mile intervals. On Breeze, Cirrus and Stratus models, the manufacturer recommends the belt be replaced at 100,000 mile intervals on vehicles with Federal emissions, and 105,000 mile intervals with California emissions.

*NOTE: This application is an interference engine. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions.

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REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
Removal (Hydraulic Tensioner): Remove No. 1 spark plug. Using dial indicator, set number one cylinder to TDC of compression stroke. Remove access plug from top of timing belt cover. See Fig. 1. Ensure timing mark on camshaft aligns with mark on rear cover. See Fig. 2. Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove accessory drive belts. Raise vehicle and remove right inner splash shield. See Fig. 7. Remove crankshaft damper bolt. Use gear puller to remove crankshaft damper. Lower vehicle and place a jack under engine to support weight. Remove right engine mount. On Breeze and Stratus, remove generator (with wiring attached) and bracket, and secure out of way. On Neon, remove power steering pump with hoses attached, and secure out of way. Remove upper and lower engine torque struts (2001-00 Neon). On all models, remove right engine mount bracket from engine. See Fig. 3. Remove front timing belt cover. See Fig. 1. Rotate crankshaft so that timing marks are aligned. See Fig. 2. Loosen timing belt tensioner bolts. If reusing timing belt, mark arrow on belt to indicate direction of rotation. Remove timing belt and tensioner. DO NOT loosen, tighten, or remove tensioner pulley pivot bolt.
CAUTION: To prevent pistons from hitting valves, do not rotate camshaft or crankshaft after removing the timing belt. NOTE: When tensioner is removed from engine, it is necessary to compress plunger into tensioner body. Index tensioner in vise the same way it is installed on engine to ensure proper pin orientation when tensioner is installed on engine.

Fig. 1: Exploded View Of Timing Belt Components

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Fig. 2: Aligning Timing Marks & Adjusting Belt Tension (Hydraulic Timing Belt Tensioner)

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CHRYSLER *2.0L 4-Cylinder SOHC, VIN C (Cont.)


Inspection: Check belt teeth for damage or oil contamination. Inspect belt for glossy, hardened or non-elastic surface. Ensure the belt is not cracked, separated or showing canvas fiber. Inspect all sprockets for damage. Check tensioner pulley and idler pulley for signs of grease leakage or roughness in rotation. Replace components if damaged. Installation (Hydraulic Tensioner): Place tensioner in soft-jawed vise and slowly compress plunger. See Fig. 4. When plunger is compressed into tensioner body, install a 5/16" (1.9 mm) hex wrench or locking pin through body and plunger to hold plunger in place until tensioner is installed. Set crankshaft sprocket to TDC by aligning sprocket with arrow on oil pump housing, then back off to 3 notches before TDC. Set camshaft to TDC by aligning mark on sprocket with arrow on rear of timing belt cover. See Fig. 2. Move crankshaft to 1/2 notch mark before TDC for belt installation. See Fig. 5. Install timing belt by starting at crankshaft, then around water pump sprocket and then camshaft sprocket. Move crankshaft sprocket to TDC to take up belt slack. Install tensioner to block, but do not final tighten bolts. Using a torque wrench on tensioner pulley, apply 21 ft. lbs. (28 N. m) of torque in clockwise direction. With torque applied to tensioner pulley, move the tensioner up against the tensioner pulley bracket. Final tighten tensioner bolts. See Fig. 1. Pull tensioner plunger locking pin. Pretension is correct when pin can be removed and installed. Rotate crankshaft 2 revolutions. Check alignment of the timing marks. Install front timing belt cover. Install engine mount bracket. Install generator and bracket (Breeze and Stratus) or power steering pump (Neon).

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Fig. 3: Locating Right Engine Mount Bracket (Typical)

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Fig. 4: Compressing Hydraulic Timing Belt Tensioner

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Fig. 5: Aligning Crankshaft Sprocket Timing Marks

Fig. 6: Aligning Timing Marks & Adjusting Belt Tension (Mechanical Timing Belt Tensioner)

CHRYSLER *2.0L 4-Cylinder SOHC, VIN C (Cont.)


Install right engine mount. Remove jack from under engine. Install crankshaft damper and tighten bolt to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS. Raise vehicle on hoist. Install right inner splash shield. Lower vehicle. Install accessory drive belts. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges. On Neon models, connect scan tool to Data Link Connector (DLC) under lower left edge of instrument panel. Follow scan tool manufacturers instructions to access the cam/ crank relearn procedure. Perform cam/crank relearn procedure.

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NOTE: Chrysler recommends replacing worn mechanical tensioners with updated hydraulic tensioner kits. Information is from Chrysler technical service bulletin 09-06-00; March 10, 2000.

Removal (Mechanical Tensioner): Remove No. 1 spark plug. Using dial indicator, set number one cylinder to TDC of compression stroke. Remove access plug from top of timing belt cover. See Fig. 1. Ensure timing mark on camshaft aligns with mark on rear cover. See Fig. 6. Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove accessory drive belts. Raise vehicle and remove right inner splash shield. See Fig. 7. Remove crankshaft damper bolt. Use gear puller to remove crankshaft damper. On Breeze and Stratus, lower vehicle and place a jack under engine to support weight. Remove right engine mount from engine and body. Remove generator (with wiring attached) and bracket, and secure out of way. Remove engine mount bracket from engine. For 2000 Breeze and Stratus, remove accessory drive belt idler pulley from generator bracket. Remove generator bracket-to-engine bolts. Move bracket away from engine for clearance to remove timing belt cover. On 2000 Neon, remove lower torque strut. On all Neon models, lower vehicle and place jack under engine to support weight. Remove power steering pump with hoses attached, and secure out of way. Remove upper torque strut (if equipped). Remove right engine mount-to-engine mount bracket through bolt. Remove engine mount bracket from engine. On all models, remove timing belt cover. Rotate the crankshaft so that timing marks are aligned. See Fig. 6. Install an 8 mm Allen wrench into timing belt tensioner. See Fig. 6. Insert long end of a 3 mm Allen wrench into pin hole in the front of tensioner. Slowly rotate tensioner counterclockwise with 8 mm Allen wrench while pushing lightly on the 3 mm Allen wrench, until it slides into the locking hole. If reusing old timing belt, mark belt with arrow to indicate direction of rotation. Remove timing belt.
CAUTION: To prevent pistons from hitting valves, do not rotate camshaft or crankshaft after removing the timing belt. NOTE: Mechanical timing belt tensioner is serviced as an assembly. To prevent premature timing belt failure and engine damage, do NOT separate tensioner pulley from tensioner bracket.

and idler pulley for signs of grease leakage or roughness in rotation. Replace components if damaged. Installation (Mechanical Tensioner): Set crankshaft sprocket to TDC by aligning sprocket with arrow on oil pump housing, then back off to 3 notches before TDC. Set camshaft to TDC by aligning mark on sprocket with arrow on rear of timing belt cover. See Fig. 6. Move crankshaft to 1/2 mark before TDC for belt installation. See Fig. 5. Install timing belt by starting at crankshaft, then around water pump sprocket and then camshaft sprocket. See Fig. 6. Move crankshaft sprocket to TDC to take up belt slack. Remove Allen wrench from timing belt tensioner pulley. Rotate crankshaft clockwise 2 revolutions. Check alignment of camshaft and crankshaft timing marks. If timing marks do not align, remove timing belt and realign timing marks. Install front timing belt cover. Install engine mount bracket to engine. Continue installation in reverse of removal procedure. Tighten all fasteners to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS. Adjust accessory drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges. On 1998-00 Neon models, connect scan tool to Data Link Connector under lower left edge of dash. Follow scan tool manufacturers instructions to access the cam/crank relearn procedure. Perform cam/crank relearn procedure. TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Camshaft Sprocket Bolt ............................................ 85 (115) Crankshaft Damper Bolt ......................................... 105 (142) Engine Mount Bolt .......................................................... 45 (61) Engine Mount Bracket-to-Engine Bolts ....................... 45 (61) Engine Torque Strut Bolts (2001-00 Neon) .................. 87 (118) Generator Mounting Bolts ............................................... 45 (61) Power Steering Pump Mounting Bolts ............................ 40 (54) Timing Belt Tensioner Bolt Hydraulic Tensioner ................................................... 23 (31) Timing Belt Tensioner Bracket Bolt Mechanical Tensioner ................................................ 23 (31) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Timing Belt Cover Bolts (M6) .................................... 106 (12) Water Pump Mounting Bolts ..................................... 106 (12)

Inspection: Check belt teeth for damage or oil contamination. Inspect belt for glossy, hardened or non-elastic surface. Ensure the belt is not cracked, separated or showing canvas fiber. Inspect all sprockets for damage. Check tensioner pulley
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Fig. 7: Exploded View Of Splash Shield Components

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CHRYSLER 2.2L 4-Cylinder DOHC, VIN A

Install a belt tension gauge on the timing belt. Install tension on the belt run between the 2 camshafts. Tension gauge must contact timing belt between the teeth to get an accurate reading. Rotate timing belt tensioner clockwise to obtain a tension of 110 lbs. (445 N.) for a new belt, or 70 lbs. (311 N.) for a used belt. Tighten timing belt tensioner center bolt to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS.

TIMING BELT APPLICATION Application Labor Time Belt Part No. 2.2L 4-Cyl. DOHC, Turbo III Daytona (Includes Canadian) 1992-93 .............. 1 2.6 Hours ................. 250206 Spirit 1991-92 ................ 1 4.1 Hours ................. 250206 1 - With Air Cond. add .2 hours. With Pwr. Strng. add .2 hours.

CAUTION: Do NOT reverse rotate crankshaft or attempt to rotate crankshaft using camshaft or intermediate shaft bolt.

MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


Although the manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced every 60,000 miles.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
Removal: Remove PCV hose. Remove upper timing belt cover. Remove accessory drive belts. Rotate crankshaft so that cylinder No. 1 is at TDC of compression stroke. Raise vehicle on hoist and remove right wheel and inner splash shield. Remove water pump pulley. Remove crankshaft pulley bolts and remove pulley. It is NOT necessary to remove center bolt from the crankshaft. Remove lower accessory drive belt idler pulley and tensioner pulley. Remove lower timing belt cover. Remove accessory drive belt idler pulley bracket. Lower vehicle. Place floor jack under vehicle to support weight of engine and transaxle assembly. Remove right engine mount (timing belt end of engine). Note position and number of shims for reassembly reference. Remove air cleaner fresh air duct. Remove ignition secondary wire cover from top of engine. Remove valve covers. Loosen center bolt of timing belt tensioner pulley to relieve timing belt tension. If reusing old timing belt, mark belt with arrow to indicate original direction of rotation. Remove timing belt. Inspection: Inspect timing belt for damaged teeth, cracking and oil contamination. Check timing belt tensioner for worn bearing. Check camshaft, crankshaft and intermediate shaft seals for leaks. Replace damaged components. Installation: Loosen rocker arm assembly bolts about 3 turns. See Fig. 1. Align and pin both camshafts with 3/32 drill bits or pins. See Fig. 2. Accessory drive shaft does not have to be timed. Remove spark plugs. Install a dial indicator in No. 1 spark plug hole. Rotate crankshaft until No. 1 piston is at TDC. Mark engine block for TDC reference. Install timing belt and idler pulley in correct sequence. See Fig. 2. Remove dial indicator from cylinder head. Remove drill bits or pins from camshaft sprockets.

Rotate crankshaft clockwise 2 revolutions. Check alignment of camshaft and crankshaft timing marks. Recheck timing belt tension. Readjust, if necessary. Tighten rocker arm shafts in sequence. See Fig. 1. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS. Install valve covers, spark plugs and ignition wire covers. Install fresh air duct. To complete installation, reverse removal procedure. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges.

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Fig. 1: Rocker Arm Loosening & Tightening Sequence

CHRYSLER 2.2L 4-Cylinder DOHC, VIN A (Cont.)


TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS

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Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Camshaft Sprocket Bolt .................................................. 65 (89) Crankshaft Pulley-To-Sprocket Bolt ............................... 27 (31) Crankshaft Sprocket Center Bolt .................................. 85 (115) Intermediate Shaft Bolt ................................................... 65 (88) Right Engine Mount To-Engine Bracket Through Bolt .............................. 100 (136) To-Frame Rail Bolts .................................................... 50 (68) Timing Belt Tensioner Bolt ......................................... 45 (61) Water Pump Pulley Bolt .................................................. 21 (28) Wheel Lug Nut ............................................................. 95 (129) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Rocker Arm Shaft Bolts Step 1 ........................................................................ 106 (12) Step 2 ......................................................................... 210 (24)

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Fig. 2: Installing Timing Belt

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CHRYSLER 2.2L 4-Cylinder DOHC, VIN R



Remove the spark plugs. Remove the pin punches. Rotate crankshaft to TDC. Place Tension Tool (C-4703) on large hex nut in center of timing belt tensioner pulley. See Fig. 4. Loosen tensioner pulley lock nut. Adjust tensioner tool index, if necessary, to position the axis within 15 degrees of horizontal. See Fig. 4.

TIMING BELT APPLICATION Belt Labor Component Part Application Time Kit No. No. 2.2L 4-Cyl. DOHC, Turbo TC (Maserati) 1990 ............... 2.9 Hrs. ...... 2521530 ....... 250153 NOTE: A timing belt component kit is available for this application. See page I for information on component kits.

CAUTION: Do NOT rotate crankshaft counterclockwise or attempt to rotate the engine using the camshaft or intermediate shaft mounting bolt.

MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


Although the manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced every 60,000 miles.

Rotate crankshaft clockwise from TDC 2 full revolutions back to TDC. Tighten the locknut on the timing belt tensioner. To complete installation, reverse removal procedure. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges. TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Camshaft Sprocket Bolt .................................................. 60 (80) Crankshaft Pulley-To-Sprocket Bolt ............................... 21 (28) Crankshaft Sprocket Center Bolt ................................. 50 (68) Generator Drive Belt Idle Pulley Bolt .............................. 40 (54) Intermediate Shaft Bolt ................................................... 65 (88) Right Engine Mount To-Engine Bracket Through Bolt ................................ 75 (102) To-Frame Rail Bolts .................................................... 21 (28) Timing Belt Tensioner Bolt ......................................... 45 (61) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Water Pump Pulley Bolt ............................................... 106 (12)

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
Removal: Rotate crankshaft so that cylinder No. 1 is at TDC of compression stroke. Raise vehicle on hoist and remove right inner splash shield. Remove accessory drive belts. Remove water pump pulley. Remove crankshaft pulley bolts and remove pulley. It is NOT necessary to remove center bolt from the crankshaft. Lower vehicle. Remove upper and lower timing belt covers. Place floor jack under vehicle to support weight of engine and transaxle assembly. Remove right engine mount (timing belt end of engine). Remove valve cover. Loosen center bolt of timing belt tensioner pulley. If reusing old timing belt, mark belt with arrow to indicate original direction of rotation. Remove timing belt. Inspection: Inspect timing belt for damaged teeth, cracking and oil contamination. Check timing belt tensioner for worn bearing. Check camshaft, crankshaft and intermediate shaft seals for leaks. Replace damaged components. Installation: Turn crankshaft and intermediate shaft until the alignment marks on the sprockets are aligned. See Figs. 2 and 3. The distributor rotor must be facing the No. 1 cylinder in the distributor cap. Position pin punches in intake and exhaust camshaft alignment holes. See Fig. 1. Position both camshafts so that the 2 alignment holes in the exhaust and intake camshaft sprockets are below and adjacent to the centerline of the 2 sprockets. See Fig. 2. The 2 keyways not used must be positioned at the top, outside of the vertical centerline of the camshafts. Turn crankshaft until the alignment mark on the sprocket is in line with the crankshaft and intermediate shaft centerline. Turn the intermediate shaft until the marking on the sprocket (if there is one) is in line with the marking on the crankshaft sprocket. If there is no marking on the intermediate shaft sprocket, set timing hole on vertical line through center of the axis, upper side, 2 degrees clockwise. Position timing belt on the crankshaft sprocket first. Then, install timing belt on intermediate shaft sprocket by turning it slightly, if necessary. Repeat this procedure for the camshaft sprockets.

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Fig. 1: Installing Pin Punches In Camshafts

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Fig. 2: Aligning Camshaft Timing Marks

CHRYSLER 2.2L 4-Cylinder DOHC, VIN R (Cont.)

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Fig. 3: Aligning Camshaft, Crankshaft & Intermediate Shafts

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Fig. 4: Adjusting Timing Belt Tension

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TIMING BELT APPLICATION Belt Labor Component Part Kit No. No. Application Time1 2.2L 4-Cyl. SOHC Aries & Reliant 1981-88 .......... 2.2 Hrs. ...... 2520710 ........ 250071 1989 ............... 2.2 Hrs. ...... 2521530 ........ 250153 Caravan, Town & Country & Voyager 1982-88 .......... 2.2 Hrs. ...... 2520710 ........ 250071 Caravelle, New Yorker & 600 1983-88 .......... 2.2 Hrs. ...... 2520710 ........ 250071 Charger & Turismo 1983-87 .......... 2.2 Hrs. ...... 2520710 ........ 250071 Dakota 1987-88 .......... 2 1.1 Hrs. .... 2520710 ........ 250071 Daytona 1984-88 .......... 2.2 Hrs. ...... 2520710 ........ 250071 1989-93 .......... 2.2 Hrs. ...... 2521530 ........ 250153 E Class 1983-84 .......... 2.2 Hrs. ...... 2520710 ........ 250071 Executive Limo (Canadian) 1986 ............... 2.2 Hrs. ...... 2520710 ........ 250071 Expo (Canadian) 1987-88 .......... 2.2 Hrs. ...... 2520710 ........ 250071 1989 ............... 2.2 Hrs. ...... 2521530 ........ 250153 Horizon & Omni 1981-88 .......... 2.2 Hrs. ...... 2520710 ........ 250071 1989-90 .......... 2.2 Hrs. ...... 2521530 ........ 250153 Lancer 1985-88 .......... 2.2 Hrs. ...... 2520710 ........ 250071 1989 ............... 2.2 Hrs. ...... 2521530 ........ 250153 Laser 1984-86 .......... 2.2 Hrs. ...... 2520710 ........ 250071 LeBaron & LeBaron GTS 1982-88 .......... 2.2 Hrs. ...... 2520710 ........ 250071 1989-90 .......... 2.2 Hrs. ...... 2521530 ........ 250153 Mini Ram Van 1984-87 .......... 2.2 Hrs. ...... 2520710 ........ 250071 New Yorker 1983-88 .......... 2.2 Hrs. ...... 2520710 ........ 250071 Rampage 1982-84 .......... 2.2 Hrs. ...... 2520710 ........ 250071 Scamp Pickup 1983 ............... 2.2 Hrs. ...... 2520710 ........ 250071 Shadow & Sundance 1987-88 .......... 2.2 Hrs. ...... 2520710 ........ 250071 1989-94 .......... 2.2 Hrs. ...... 2521530 ........ 250153 TC3 1981-82 .......... 2.2 Hrs. ...... 2520710 ........ 250071 Turismo 1983-87 .......... 2.2 Hrs. ...... 2520710 ........ 250071 024 1981-82 .......... 2.2 Hrs. ...... 2520710 ........ 250071 TIMING BELT APPLICATION (Cont.)

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Belt Labor Component Part Kit No. No. Application Time1 2.2 L 4-Cyl. SOHC (Cont.) 400 1982-83 .......... 2.2 Hrs. ...... 2520710 ........ 250071 600 1983-88 .......... 2.2 Hrs. ...... 2520710 ........ 250071 2.5L 4-Cyl. SOHC Acclaim 1989-95 .......... 2.2 Hrs. ...... 2521530 ........ 250153 Aries, Lancer & Reliant 1986-87 .......... 2.2 Hrs. ............................. 250114 1988 ............... 2.2 Hrs. ............................. 250132 1989 ............... 2.2 Hrs. ...... 2521530 ........ 250153 Caravan, Town & Country & Voyager 1986-87 .......... 2.2 Hrs. ............................. 250114 1988 ............... 2.2 Hrs. ............................. 250132 1989-95 .......... 2.2 Hrs. ...... 2521530 ........ 250153 Caravelle & 600 1986-87 .......... 2.2 Hrs. ............................. 250114 1988 ............... 2.2 Hrs. ............................. 250132 Dakota 1989-95 .......... 1.1 Hrs. ...... 2521530 ........ 250153 Daytona 1986-87 .......... 2.2 Hrs. ............................. 250114 1988 ............... 2.2 Hrs. ............................. 250132 1989-93 .......... 2.2 Hrs. ...... 2521530 ........ 250153 Dynasty 1988 ............... 2.2 Hrs. ............................. 250132 1989-93 .......... 2.2 Hrs. ...... 2521530 ........ 250153 Lancer 1986-87 .......... 2.2 Hrs. ............................. 250114 1988 ............... 2.2 Hrs. ............................. 250132 1989 ............... 2.2 Hrs. ...... 2521530 ........ 250153 Laser 1986 ............... 2.2 Hrs. ............................. 250114 LeBaron & LeBaron GTS 1986-87 .......... 2.2 Hrs. ............................. 250114 1988 ............... 2.2 Hrs. ............................. 250132 1989-94 .......... 2.2 Hrs. ...... 2521530 ........ 250153 Mini Ram Van 1987 ............... 2.2 Hrs. ............................. 250114 1988 ............... 2.2 Hrs. ............................. 250132 New Yorker 1986-87 .......... 2.2 Hrs. ............................. 250114 1988 ............... 2.2 Hrs. ............................. 250132 Shadow & Sundance 1988 ............... 2.2 Hrs. ............................. 250132 1989-94 .......... 2.2 Hrs. ...... 2521530 ........ 250153 Spirit 1989-1995 ...... 2.2 Hrs. ...... 2521530 ........ 250153 1 - With Air Cond. add .2 hours. With Pwr. Strng. add .2 hours. 2 - With Air Cond. add .5 hours. With Pwr. Strng. add .2 hours.

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NOTE: A timing belt component kit is available for this application. See page I for information on component kits.

MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


Although the manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
Removal: Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove all accessory drive belts. If necessary, remove alternator, mounting brackets, and A/C compressor (if equipped). DO NOT disconnect refrigerant lines. Remove A/C belt idler pulley. Raise and support vehicle. Remove right inner splash shield. Remove water pump and crankshaft pulleys. Remove upper and lower timing belt covers. See Fig. 1. Support engine using a jack.
CAUTION: If timing belt is to be reused, mark direction of rotation for reassembly reference.
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Remove right engine mount bolt, and raise engine slightly. Loosen the timing belt tensioner and remove timing belt. See Fig. 2. Installation: Remove spark plugs. Place cylinder No. 1 on TDC. Align timing marks on crankshaft and intermediate shaft sprockets. See Fig 3. Rotate camshaft sprocket until 2 marked arrows on sprocket hub align with camshaft bearing cap-to-cylinder head parting line. Small hole in camshaft sprocket must be at 12 oclock relative to cylinder head line. See Fig. 3. Install timing belt. Ensure timing belt is installed in original direction of rotation. Install Timing Belt Tensioner (C-4703) horizontally on large hex of belt tensioner pulley. Loosen tensioner lock nut (if necessary) to reset belt tensioner to within a 15-degree axis of horizontal position of tool. See Fig. 2. Tighten lock nut.
CAUTION: DO NOT rotate crankshaft counterclockwise. DO NOT rotate engine using camshaft or intermediate shaft sprocket bolts.

Fig. 1: Removing Timing Belt Covers

Rotate crankshaft clockwise 2 complete revolutions to TDC. Tighten tensioner retaining bolt to specification while holding belt tensioner wrench in position. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS. Check all timing marks for proper alignment. To complete installation, reverse removal procedure. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges.

Fig. 2: Adjusting Timing Belt Tension

TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Bracket-To-Block Bolt ................................................. 70 (95) Damper Weight ............................................... 21-23 (28-30) Intermediate Shaft Sprocket Bolt ................................. 65 (88) Timing Belt Tensioner Bolt ......................................... 40 (54) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Balance Shaft Chain Guide Nut ................................ 106 (12) Balance Shaft Chain Pivot & Tensioner Bolt ............. 106 (12) Balance Shaft Cover Bolt .......................................... 106 (12) Intermediate Shaft Retainer Bolt ............................... 106 (12) Timing Belt Cover Bolt .................................................. 44 (5) Valve Cover Bolt ........................................................ 106 (12) Water Pump Pulley Bolt ............................................ 106 (12)

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Fig. 4: Aligning Crankshaft, Intermediate Shaft & Camshaft Timing Marks

Fig. 3: Aligning Timing Marks

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TIMING BELT APPLICATION Application Labor Time Belt Part No. 2.4L 4-Cyl. DOHC, VIN B Caravan & Voyager 1996-00 .............. 1 3.6 Hours ................. 250265 1 - With Pwr. Strng. add .2 hours.

MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


The manufacturer recommends the belt be replaced every 120,000 miles.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
Removal: Raise vehicle on hoist and remove right front wheel. Remove right inner splash panel. Remove accessory drive belts. Remove crankshaft vibration damper. Remove generator drive belt idler pulley. Remove lower timing belt cover. Lower vehicle and remove upper timing belt cover. Place floor jack under vehicle to support weight of engine and transaxle assembly. Remove purge duty solenoid and wiring harness from right engine mount bracket (timing belt end of engine). Remove 2 right engine mount vertical bolts from frame rail. Remove the one horizontal fastener. DO NOT remove large nut from center bolt of insulator rubber. Remove horizontal and vertical fasteners from engine side of mount. Remove right engine mount assembly. Rotate crankshaft to align timing marks on camshafts and oil pump housing. See Fig. 1.
CAUTION: Crankshaft sprocket mark must be located on trailing edge of sprocket tooth. Failure to align trailing edge of sprocket tooth with oil pump housing mark will cause camshaft marks to be misaligned.

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Fig. 1: Aligning Crankshaft & Camshaft Timing Marks

On 1996 models equipped with hydraulic tensioner, remove hydraulic tensioner bolts and remove tensioner. Place hydraulic tensioner in vise and SLOWLY compress tensioner plunger. Align holes in tensioner body and plunger and insert a pin through body and plunger to lock plunger in place. Skip next step. On models with a mechanical timing belt tensioner, insert a 6 mm Allen wrench into tensioner. Insert long end of 3 mm Allen wrench into pin hole on front of tensioner. While rotating the tensioner counterclockwise, push in lightly on the 3 mm Allen wrench until it can be pushed into locking hole. See Fig. 3. On all models, if reusing old timing belt, mark belt with arrow to indicate original direction of rotation. Remove timing belt. Inspection: Inspect timing belt for damaged teeth, cracking and oil contamination. Check timing belt tensioner for worn bearing. Replace damaged components.
NOTE: If timing belt tensioner needs to be replaced, camshaft sprockets and rear timing belt cover will need to be removed.

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Fig. 2: Installing Timing Belt Tensioner Assembly

Installation: Ensure camshaft and crankshaft timing marks are still aligned. See Fig. 1. Set camshafts timing marks together by aligning notches on sprockets. Turn exhaust camshaft sprocket clockwise about 1/2 notch below intake camshaft sprocket. See Fig. 4. Install timing belt starting at crankshaft, around water pump sprocket, idler pulley, camshafts sprockets and then around tensioner pulley. Move exhaust camshaft counterclockwise to take out belt slack and align timing marks. See Fig. 1.

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On 1996 models with hydraulic timing belt tensioner, install tensioner on engine block but do NOT final tighten bolts. Apply 21 ft. lbs. (28 N.m) of torque to tensioner pulley in a clockwise direction. See Fig. 5. With torque applied to tensioner pulley, push timing belt tensioner against tensioner pulley bracket and final tighten tensioner bolts. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS. Remove holding pin from tensioner. Timing belt tension is correct when pin can be removed and installed freely. Skip next step. On models with mechanical timing belt tensioners, pull locking Allen wrench from timing belt tensioner. On all models, rotate crankshaft 2 revolutions and check alignment of timing marks. If timing marks are not correct, reposition timing belt. Install right engine mount support and support bracket. Install upper and lower timing belt covers. Install generator idler pulley. Install crankshaft vibration damper. To complete installation, reverse removal procedure. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges. TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Camshaft Sprocket Bolt ................................................ 75 (101) Crankshaft Vibration Damper ................................. 105 (142) Engine Mount Bracket-To-Engine Bolts .......................... 45 (61) Generator Drive Belt Idle Pulley Bolt .............................. 40 (54) Lower Timing Belt Tensioner Bracket Bolt .............................................................. 45 (61) Right Engine Mount Frame Rail Fasteners ................................................. 50 (68) Horizontal Engine Fastener ..................................... 111 (150) Vertical Engine Fastener ........................................... 75 (102) Timing Belt Tensioner (Hydraulic) Mounting Bolt ............................................................ 24 (28) Timing Belt Tensioner (Mechanical) Center Bolt ................................................................... 24 (28) Timing Belt Tensioner Assembly Bolt ....................... 45 (61) Wheel Lug Nut .......................................................... 100 (135) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Timing Belt Cover Bolts M6 (Outer-To-Inner) ................................................. 40 (4.5) M6 (Inner-To-Head) ................................................ 105 (12) Water Pump Bolt ......................................................... 106 (12)

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Fig. 4: Moving Exhaust Camshaft To 1/2 Notch Position

Fig. 5: Adjusting Timing Belt Tension (Hydraulic)

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Fig. 3: Adjusting Timing Belt Tension (Mechanical)

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the 3 mm Allen wrench until it can be pushed into locking hole. See Fig. 3. On all models, if reusing old timing belt, mark belt with arrow to indicate original direction of rotation. Remove timing belt. Inspection: Inspect timing belt for damaged teeth, cracking and oil contamination. Check timing belt tensioner for worn bearing. Replace damaged components.

TIMING BELT APPLICATION Application Labor Time Belt Part No. 2.4L 4-Cyl. DOHC, VIN X Breeze 1996-00 ................ 1 3.6 Hours ................. 250265 Cirrus 1995-00 ................ 1 3.6 Hours ................. 250265 Sebring Convertible 1996-99 ................ 1 3.6 Hours ................. 250265 Stratus 1995-00 ................ 1 3.6 Hours ................. 250265 1 - With Air Cond. add .2 hours. With Pwr. Strng. add .2 hours.

MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


Up to 1999 model year, the manufacturer recommends the timing belt be replaced every 105,000 miles. For 2000 model years, the manufacturer recommends the timing belt be replaced at 100,000 miles for Federal vehicles and at 105,000 miles for California vehicles.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
Removal: Raise vehicle on hoist and remove right front wheel. Remove right inner splash panel. Remove accessory drive belts. Remove crankshaft vibration damper. Remove generator drive belt idler pulley. Remove lower timing belt cover. Remove right engine support assembly vertical bolts from bottom of frame rail (timing belt end of engine). Lower vehicle. Remove upper timing belt cover. Place floor jack under vehicle to support weight of engine and transaxle assembly. Remove 3 bolts attaching engine mount assembly to engine bracket. Move A/C drier aside. Remove coolant reservoir tank. Remove right engine mount. Remove 3 bolts attaching engine mount bracket to engine block.
CAUTION: Align timing marks by rotating crankshaft only. Do not rotate camshaft after timing belt is removed or engine damage may result.

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Fig. 1: Aligning Crankshaft & Camshaft Timing Marks

Rotate crankshaft clockwise to align timing marks on camshafts and oil pump housing. See Fig. 1.

CAUTION: Crankshaft sprocket mark must be located on trailing edge of sprocket tooth. Failure to align trailing edge of sprocket tooth with oil pump housing mark will cause camshaft marks to be misaligned.

On models equipped with hydraulic tensioner, remove hydraulic tensioner bolts and remove tensioner. Place hydraulic tensioner in vise and SLOWLY compress tensioner plunger. Align the holes in the tensioner body and plunger and insert a pin through the body and plunger to lock the plunger in place. Skip next step. On models with a mechanical timing belt tensioner, insert a 6 mm Allen wrench into tensioner. Insert long end of 3 mm Allen wrench into pin hole on front of tensioner. While rotating the tensioner counterclockwise, push in lightly on

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Fig. 2: Installing Timing Belt Tensioner Assembly

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Fig. 3: Adjusting Timing Belt Tension (Mechanical)


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Fig. 5: Adjusting Timing Belt Tension (Hydraulic)

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tensioner. Timing belt tension is correct when pin can be removed and installed freely. Skip next step. On models with mechanical timing belt tensioners, pull locking Allen wrench from timing belt tensioner. On all models, rotate crankshaft 2 revolutions and check alignment of timing marks. If timing marks are not correct, reposition timing belt. Install right engine mount and support bracket. Install upper and lower timing belt covers. Install generator idler pulley. Install crankshaft vibration damper. To complete installation, reverse removal procedure. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges. TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Camshaft Sprocket Bolt ................................................ 75 (101) Crankshaft Vibration Damper ................................. 105 (142) Generator Drive Belt Idler Pulley Bolt ............................. 40 (54) Right Engine Mount Frame Rail Vertical Fasteners ..................................... 45 (61) To-Engine Support Bracket ......................................... 45 (61) Timing Belt Tensioner (Hydraulic) Mounting Bolt ............................................................ 21 (28) Timing Belt Tensioner (Mechanical) Bracket Mounting Bolt ............................................... 45 (61) Wheel Lug Nut .......................................................... 100 (135) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Timing Belt Cover Bolts M6 (Outer-To-Inner) ................................................. 40 (4.5) M6 (Inner-To-Head) ................................................ 105 (12) Water Pump Bolt ......................................................... 106 (12)

Fig. 4: Moving Exhaust Camshaft To 1/2 Notch Position NOTE: If timing belt tensioner needs to be replaced, camshaft sprockets and rear timing belt cover will need to be removed.

Installation: Ensure camshaft and crankshaft timing marks are still aligned. See Fig. 1. Set camshafts timing marks together by aligning notches on sprockets. Turn exhaust camshaft sprocket clockwise about 1/2 notch below intake camshaft sprocket. See Fig. 4. Install timing belt starting at crankshaft, around water pump sprocket, idler pulley, camshafts sprockets and then around tensioner pulley. On models with hydraulic timing belt tensioner, install tensioner on engine block but do NOT final tighten bolts. Apply 21 ft. lbs. (28 N.m) of torque to tensioner pulley in a clockwise direction. See Fig. 5. With torque applied to tensioner pulley, push timing belt tensioner against tensioner pulley bracket and final tighten tensioner bolts. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS. Remove holding pin from

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On all models, raise and support vehicle. Remove right front wheel. Remove side panel from right wheelwell. Remove accessory drive belts. Remove generator and bracket from engine block and set aside. Remove crankshaft vibration damper. Lower vehicle. Place floor jack under vehicle to support weight of engine and transaxle assembly. Remove engine mount-to-frame through bolt. Remove engine mount-to-engine bracket nuts and bolt. Remove engine mount. Remove 3 bolts attaching engine support bracket to engine block. Top reamer bolt may be heat seized on engine support bracket. Spray lubricant on bolt while removing.

TIMING BELT APPLICATION Application Labor Time Belt Part No. 2.5L V6 Avenger & Sebring Coupe 1995-00 ................ 1 2.7 Hours ................ 250259 Cirrus & Stratus 1995-00 ................ 1 2.7 Hours ................ 250259 Sebring Convertible 1997-00 ................ 1 2.7 Hours ................ 250259 1 - With Air Cond. add .2 hours. With Pwr. Strng. add .2 hours.

MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


The manufacturer recommends the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals, except in California, Connecticut, and Massachusetts. In these states, inspect belt at 60,000 miles and replace if necessary. If not replaced at 60,000 miles, replace at 100,000 miles.

NOTE: Reamer bolt head will have a R marking for identification.

*NOTE: This application is an interference engine. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions.

Remove power steering pump (hoses attached) and bracket from engine block and set aside. Remove timing belt covers. Rotate crankshaft to align camshaft and crankshaft timing marks. See Figs. 2 and 3. If reusing old timing belt, mark timing belt direction of rotation for installation reference. Loosen timing belt tensioner pulley bolt. Remove timing belt. Remove automatic tensioner.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
Removal (Cirrus, Sebring Convertible & Stratus): Disconnect negative battery cable from jumper terminal. Raise and support vehicle. Remove right front wheel. Remove accessory drive belt splash shield from right wheelwell. Remove accessory drive belts. Remove right engine support assembly vertical bolts from bottom side of frame rail (timing belt end of engine). Lower vehicle. Place floor jack under vehicle to support weight of engine and transaxle assembly. Remove 3 bolts attaching engine support assembly to engine block bracket. Move the A/C drier aside with hoses attached. Remove coolant reservoir tank. Remove right engine support assembly. Remove 3 bolts attaching engine support bracket to engine block, and remove bracket. Remove crankshaft vibration damper. Remove power steering pump (hoses attached) and bracket from engine block. Remove timing belt covers. Rotate crankshaft to align camshaft and crankshaft timing marks. See Figs. 2 and 3. If reusing old timing belt, mark timing belt direction of rotation for installation reference. Loosen timing belt automatic tensioner bolts. Remove timing belt. Remove automatic tensioner.
CAUTION: DO NOT rotate crankshaft or camshaft with timing belt removed. NOTE: When automatic tensioner is removed from engine, it is necessary to compress plunger into tensioner body.

CAUTION: DO NOT rotate crankshaft or camshaft with timing belt removed. NOTE: When automatic tensioner is removed from engine, it is necessary to compress plunger into tensioner body.

Installation (All Models): Place automatic tensioner into vise and SLOWLY compress plunger. When plunger is compressed into tensioner body, install locking pin through body and plunger holes to retain plunger until tensioner is installed. See Fig. 1. Index tensioner in vise the same direction as installed. This will ensure proper pin orientation when tensioner is installed in engine. See Fig. 1. Set crankshaft mark with timing mark on oil pump housing, then back off 3 notches before TDC. See Fig. 2. Set camshaft sprockets by aligning timing marks on sprockets with marks on rear timing belt cover. See Fig. 3.
NOTE: If reusing old timing belt, install in original direction of rotation.

Removal (Avenger & Sebring Coupe): Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove coolant reservoir bottle. On models with cruise control, remove cruise control actuator and set aside.

Install timing belt on right (next to firewall) camshaft sprocket first. Install a spring clip to keep belt in position. Keeping belt taught, install belt under water pump pulley and then around front camshaft sprocket. Install spring clip on front sprocket and belt. Rotate crankshaft clockwise to TDC. Continue routing belt around idler pulley, crankshaft sprocket, and tensioner pulley. Apply rotating force to crankshaft sprocket in clockwise direction to tension belt. Ensure all timing marks are still aligned. Loosen tensioner pulley center bolt. Position tensioner pulley with pin holes facing down. Install Adapter (MD998767) or equivalent, and torque wrench, to tensioner pulley. See Fig. 4. Apply 39 INCH Ibs. (4.4 N.m) in a counterclockwise direction to tensioner. Tighten tensioner bolt to specification, without letting tensioner pulley rotate. With torque being applied to tensioner pulley, install automatic tensioner (with locking pin in place) to tensioner pulley bracket. Tighten bolts to specification. Pull tensioner plunger locking pin.

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Rotate crankshaft 2 revolutions clockwise, and check alignment of timing marks. Install tensioner locking pin into automatic tensioner. Pin should slide in and out with no resistance. Even if locking pin cannot be easily inserted, belt tension is okay if automatic tensioner plunger projection is within .149-.177 (3.8-4.5 mm). Projection is measured between top edge of automatic tensioner housing and arm of tensioner pulley bracket. Retension timing belt, if necessary. Install timing belt covers. Install crankshaft vibration damper. Tighten crankshaft damper bolt to specification.

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NOTE: Reamer bolt head will have a R marking for identification.

Fig. 1: Compressing Tensioner

Install engine mount bracket. On Avenger and Sebring Coupe, when installing engine support bracket to engine block, tighten top reamer bolt slowly while spraying it with lubricant. Attach engine mount so arrow on side plate points toward engine. On all models, reverse removal procedure to complete installation. Adjust the drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges. TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Camshaft Sprocket Bolt .................................................. 65 (88) Crankshaft Vibration Damper Bolt .............................. 134 (182) Engine Mount Bracket-To-Engine Block Cirrus, Sebring Convertible & Stratus ....................... 33 (45) Engine Mount-To-Engine Support Bracket Bolt/Nut Avenger & Sebring Coupe .......................................... 64 (86) Engine Mount-To-Frame Through Bolt Avenger & Sebring Coupe ................................ 72-87 (98-118) Engine Support Assembly-To-Engine Mount Bracket Avenger & Sebring .......................................... 47-54 (64-74) Cirrus, Sebring Convertible & Stratus ....................... 45 (61) Engine Support Assembly-To-Frame Rail Avenger & Sebring ........................................... 47-54 (64-74) Cirrus, Sebring Convertible & Stratus ......................... 45 (61) Engine Support Bracket-To-Engine Block Bolt Avenger & Sebring Coupe ................................. 47-54 (64-74) Generator Mount Bracket-To-Engine Block Avenger & Sebring Coupe ............................................ 30 (41) Power Steering Pump Bracket-To-Engine Bolts Avenger & Sebring Coupe ............................................ 16 (22) Cirrus, Sebring Convertible & Stratus ........................... 40 (54) Timing Belt Idler Pulley Bolt ........................................ 32 (44) Timing Belt Tensioner Pivot Arm Bolt ............................ 33 (44) Timing Belt Tensioner Pulley Bolt ............................... 35 (48) Timing Belt Tensioner-To-Engine Bolt ........................ 17 (23) Water Pump Bolt ........................................................ 18 (24) Wheel Lug Nut Cirrus, Sebring Convertible & Stratus ....................... 100 (135) Avenger & Sebring Coupe .............................. 65-80 (88-108) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Timing Belt Cover Bolts .................................... 89-106 (10-12)

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Fig. 2: Setting Crankshaft Sprocket

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Fig. 3: Aligning Camshaft Sprockets

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Fig. 4: Tensioning Timing Belt

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Labor Time Component Kit No. Belt Part No.
timing marks on front and rear camshaft sprockets and timing mark on crankshaft sprocket. See Fig. 1. Remove crankshaft pulleys and vibration damper. Loosen timing belt tensioner bolt and remove timing belt. Acclaim, Daytona, Dynasty, LeBaron, Shadow, Spirit, Sundance & TC (1990-96): Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove accessory drive belts. Remove A/C compressor and power steering pump with hoses attached and secure aside (if equipped). Remove A/C compressor mounting bracket and drive belt tensioner. Remove power steering/alternator belt tensioner. Raise and support vehicle. Remove right inner fender shield. Remove crankshaft pulleys and vibration damper. Lower vehicle. Support engine with floor jack. Separate right (timing belt side) engine mount from engine mount bracket located in front of timing belt cover. Slightly raise engine. Remove engine mount bracket. Remove timing belt covers, noting bolt length for installation reference. Rotate engine and align timing marks on camshaft sprockets and crankshaft sprocket. See Fig. 1. If reusing timing belt, mark direction of timing belt rotation for installation reference. Loosen timing belt tensioner bolt. Move timing belt tensioner away from timing belt. Remove timing belt. Note direction of flange installation on front of crankshaft, in front of crankshaft sprocket. Remove flange and crankshaft sprocket from crankshaft (if necessary). If removing camshaft sprocket, hold camshaft by engaging Camshaft Sprocket Holder (MB990775) in the holes on front of camshaft sprocket. Remove camshaft sprocket bolt and washer. Remove camshaft sprocket. Caravan & Voyager: Raise vehicle. Remove accessory drive belt splash shield. Remove accessory drive belts. Remove crankshaft pulleys and vibration damper. Lower vehicle. Support engine weight with floor jack. Remove purge duty solenoid and wiring harness from right engine mount bracket. Remove 2 right engine mount insulator vertical bolts Remove the one horizontal fastener. DO NOT remove large nut from center bolt of insulator rubber. Remove horizontal and vertical fasteners from engine side of mount. Remove engine mount.

TIMING BELT APPLICATION Application 3.0L V6 Acclaim & Spirit 1989-95 .......... 4.0 Hrs. ..... 2521390 ......... 250139 Caravan, Mini Ram Van & Voyager 1987-00 .......... 1 3.8 Hrs. ... 2521390 ......... 250139 Daytona (Includes Canadian) 1990-93 .......... 4.0 Hrs. ..... 2521390 ......... 250139 Dynasty (Includes Canadian) 1988-93 .......... 4.0 Hrs. ..... 2521390 ......... 250139 LeBaron 1990-95 .......... 4.0 Hrs. ..... 2521390 ......... 250139 New Yorker 1988-89 .......... 4.0 Hrs. ..... 2521390 ......... 250139 Raider 1989 ............... 3.5 Hrs. ..... 2521390 ......... 250139 Ram 50 1990-91 .......... 3.5 Hrs. ..... 2521390 ......... 250139 Shadow & Sundance 1992-94 .......... 4.0 Hrs. ..... 2521390 ......... 250139 Stealth 1991-96 .......... 2.0 Hrs. ..... 2521390 ......... 250139 TC Maserati 1990-91 .......... 4.0 Hrs. ..... 2521390 ......... 250139
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- With Air Cond. add .2 hours. With Pwr. Strng. add .2 hours.

NOTE: A timing belt component kit is available for this application. See page I for information on component kits.

MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


Up to 1993 model year, the manufacturer recommends the timing belt be replaced at 60,000. For 1994-96 model years, the manufacturer recommends the timing belt be replaced at 60,000 miles, except in California. In California, timing belt replacement is recommended, but not required at 60,000 miles. Replace the timing belt at 100,000 miles, unless previously changed. For 1997-00 model years, the manufacturer recommends the belt be inspected at 60,000, and replaced if necessary. Inspect belt at 90,000 miles, and replace if necessary. This maintenance is NOT required if belt was replaced at 60,000. Inspect belt at 120,000 miles, and replace if necessary. This maintenance is NOT required if belt was replaced at 90,000 miles.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT REMOVAL
Acclaim, Daytona, Dynasty, LeBaron, Mini Ram Van, New Yorker, Shadow, Spirit & Sundance (1987-89): Disconnect negative battery cable. Support engine and transmission with floor jack. Remove front engine mount bracket. Remove upper (front outer) timing belt cover. Align

Fig. 1: Locating Timing Belt & Sprockets

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If timing belt is to be reused, place arrow on belt to indicate direction of belt rotation. Remove timing belt and belt tensioner. Stealth: Remove lower splash shields. Remove cruise control actuator (if equipped). Remove all drive belts. Unplug electrical connector at power steering pump. Remove A/C tensioner pulley and mounting bracket. Remove power steering pump, leaving hoses connected, and wire aside. Support engine. Remove front engine mount through-bolt and front engine mount.
NOTE: Apply spray lubricant on reamer bolt during removal as bolt is sometimes seized in engine support bracket.

Remove engine support bracket bolts in proper sequence. See Fig. 3. Remove engine support bracket. Remove timing cover cap, timing belt cover, and gaskets. Using Holder (MB990767) and Adapter Bolts (MD998719), remove crankshaft pulley. Remove lower timing belt cover, gaskets, and flange. Rotate crankshaft to align all timing marks. See Fig. 1. Loosen belt tensioner bolt. Rotate belt tensioner counterclockwise to relieve belt tension. If reusing timing belt, place arrow on belt to indicate belt running direction. Remove timing belt and belt tensioner.

TIMING BELT INSPECTION


Fig. 2: Exploded View Of Timing Belt Components (Raider & Ram 50)

Remove engine support bracket from front of engine. Remove timing belt covers, noting bolt length for installation reference. Note direction of flange installation on front of crankshaft, in front of crankshaft sprocket. Remove flange. Rotate crankshaft and align timing marks on camshaft sprockets and crankshaft sprocket. See Fig. 1. If reusing timing belt, mark direction of timing belt rotation for installation reference. Loosen timing belt tensioner bolt. Move timing belt tensioner away from timing belt and temporarily tighten bolt. Remove timing belt. Raider & Ram 50: Disconnect negative battery cable. Drain cooling system. Disconnect upper radiator hose. Remove upper radiator shroud. Remove cooling fan and fan clutch assembly. Remove cooling fan pulley. Remove all accessory drive belts. Remove power steering pump with pressure and return hoses connected and set aside. Remove power steering pump brackets. Remove A/C tensioner pulley and mounting bracket. Remove A/C compressor with hoses connected and mounting bracket. Remove cooling fan bracket assembly. Remove timing belt No. 1 upper outer cover and gaskets. See Fig. 2. Remove timing belt No. 2 upper outer cover and gaskets. Remove timing belt lower outer cover and gaskets. Using Holder (MB998747) or equivalent, and a used V belt, remove crankshaft pulley bolt. Remove crankshaft pulley.
NOTE: V belt will be damaged by tool. DO NOT use engine V belt to hold crankshaft pulley unless belt is to be replaced.

Inspect timing belt for wear on edges of drive teeth. Inspect belt for signs of oil contamination, cracks, separation, worn or missing teeth, or hardened black surface. Replace belt if worn, damaged or contaminated. Inspect belt tensioner for smooth rotation. Replace if defective.

TIMING BELT INSTALLATION


Acclaim, Daytona, Dynasty, LeBaron, Mini Ram Van, New Yorker, Shadow, Spirit & Sundance (1987-89): Install belt tensioner and tensioner spring. Install tensioner spring between water pump retaining pin and tensioner bracket with hook of spring facing outward. Turn tensioner full counterclockwise in adjustment slot and tighten temporarily to hold tensioner in position. Install timing belt on crankshaft sprocket first while keeping belt tight on tension side. See Fig. 1. Install belt on radiator side camshaft sprocket. Then, install belt on water pump pulley and rear camshaft sprocket and finally on timing belt tensioner. Apply rotating force to front camshaft sprocket in opposite direction of tension side of belt. Ensure all timing marks are aligned. Install crankshaft sprocket flange. Loosen

Remove flange. See Fig. 2. Rotate crankshaft and align all timing marks. See Fig. 1. Loosen belt tensioner bolt and rotate belt tensioner counterclockwise to release belt tension.

Fig. 3: Engine Support Bracket (Stealth)

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To install remaining components, reverse removal procedure. Ensure timing belt cover bolts are installed in original location. See Fig. 4. Tighten bolts to specification. Adust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges. Caravan & Voyager: If timing belt tensioner spring was removed, install spring on tensioner arm with end of hook facing out (away from engine). Ensure all timing marks are aligned. See Fig. 1. Install timing belt on crankshaft sprocket while holding timing belt tight on tension side. See Fig. 1. If reusing timing belt, ensure timing belt is installed in original direction of rotation. Install timing belt on front (radiator side) camshaft sprocket, water pump pulley, rear camshaft sprocket and then on timing belt tensioner. Ensure timing belt is installed in this order and there is no slack in belt. Install flange on front of crankshaft sprocket with fiat side against timing belt and offset side toward front of crankshaft. Loosen timing belt tensioner bolt, allowing spring tension to be applied on timing belt tensioner and timing belt. Slowly rotate crankshaft clockwise 2 full revolutions. DO NOT rotate crankshaft counterclockwise. Realign all timing marks. Tighten timing belt tensioner bolt to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS table. Install timing belt covers. Ensure bolts are installed in original locations. See Fig. 4. Install engine support bracket. Install right side engine mount. Install crankshaft vibration damper. To install remaining components, reverse removal procedure. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges.
CAUTION: Engine support bracket reamer bolt must be tightened slowly while spraying lubricant on bolt.

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Fig. 4: Identifying Timing Belt Cover Bolt Lengths (Except Raider, Ram 50 & Stealth)

tensioner from temporary position and allow it to apply tension to timing belt. Turn crankshaft 2 full turns in a clockwise direction ONLY.
NOTE: Turn crankshaft smoothly and ONLY in a clockwise direction.

Again line up all timing marks and tighten tensioner against belt. Tighten tensioner locking bolt to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS. To complete installation, reverse removal procedures. Adjust the drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges.

CAUTION: When reusing timing belt, ensure timing belt is installed in original direction of rotation.

Acclaim, Daytona, Dynasty, LeBaron, Shadow, Spirit, Sundance & TC (1990-96): Rotate timing belt tensioner counterclockwise and temporarily tighten bolt. Ensure all timing marks are aligned. See Fig. 1. Install timing belt on crankshaft sprocket while holding timing belt tight on tension side. If reusing timing belt, ensure timing belt is installed in original direction of rotation. Install timing belt on front (radiator side) camshaft sprocket, water pump pulley, rear camshaft sprocket and then on timing belt tensioner. Ensure timing belt is installed in this order. Apply rotating force on front (radiator side) camshaft sprocket in opposite direction to apply pressure on tension side of timing belt. Ensure all the timing marks align. See Fig. 1. Install flange on front of crankshaft sprocket (if removed) with flat side against timing belt and offset side toward front of crankshaft. Loosen timing belt tensioner bolt, allowing spring tension to be applied on timing belt tensioner and timing belt. Rotate crankshaft clockwise 2 full revolutions. DO NOT rotate crankshaft counterclockwise. Realign all timing marks. Tighten timing belt tensioner bolt to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS table.

Raider & Ram 50: Install belt tensioner and spring. Ensure spring is secured on pin of water pump and engaged in hole of belt tensioner with hook of spring pointing away from cylinder block. Rotate belt tensioner counterclockwise as far as possible and temporarily tighten bolt. Align all timing marks with No. 1 cylinder at TDC of compression stroke. See Fig. 1. Install timing belt on crankshaft sprocket and then left camshaft sprocket with all slack removed from tension side of

Fig. 5: Identifying Timing Belt Cover Bolt Lengths (Raider & Ram 50)

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belt. Route timing belt onto water pump pulley, right camshaft sprocket and tensioner. Remove any slack from belt by rotating left and then right camshaft sprockets counterclockwise. Ensure all timing marks are aligned. Install flange on crankshaft. Loosen belt tensioner bolts slightly and allow tensioner to apply belt tension. Using Crankshaft Socket (MD998716), rotate crankshaft 2 revolutions clockwise. DO NOT rotate counterclockwise. Realign all timing marks. Tighten belt tensioner bolts to specification. Using belt tension gauge, measure belt tension halfway between crankshaft sprocket and camshaft sprocket on side opposite belt tensioner. Belt tension should be 57.3-83.8 Ibs. (26-38 kg). To install remaining components, reverse removal procedure. Install proper length bolts in timing belt covers. See Fig. 5. Tighten bolts to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges. Stealth: Install belt tensioner and spring. Ensure spring is secured on pin of water pump and engaged in hole of belt tensioner, with hook of spring pointing away from cylinder block. Rotate belt tensioner counterclockwise as far as possible. Temporarily tighten bolt. Align all timing marks with No. 1 cylinder at TDC of compression stroke. See Fig. 1. Install timing belt onto crankshaft sprocket, rear cylinder bank camshaft sprocket, water pump pulley, front cylinder bank camshaft sprocket, and timing belt tensioner. Ensure belt is installed in original direction of rotation, and all timing marks are aligned. Install flange onto crankshaft. Loosen belt tensioner bolts slightly, and allow tensioner to apply belt tension. Using Crankshaft Socket (MD998716) or equivalent, rotate crankshaft 2 revolutions clockwise. DO NOT rotate counterclockwise. Realign all timing marks. Tighten belt tensioner bolts to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS. Using belt tension gauge, measure belt tension halfway between crankshaft sprocket and camshaft sprocket on side opposite belt tensioner.
NOTE: Engine support bracket reamer bolt must be tightened slowly. Apply lubricant onto bolt during installation.

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Fig. 6: Identifying Timing Belt Cover Bolt Lengths (Stealth)

TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS (RAIDER & RAM 50) Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Camshaft Sprocket Bolt .................................... 58-72 (79-98) Crankshaft Pulley Bolt Montero & Raider ................................... 108-116 (146-157) Pickup .................................................... 130-137 (176-186) Left Engine Support Bracket Bolt ...................... 15-21 (20-30) Rear Engine Support Bracket Bolt .................... 13-18 (18-25) Right Engine Support Bracket Bolt 10 X 22 mm .................................................... 25-36 (34-49) 10 X 40 mm .................................................... 25-36 (34-49) 12 X 22 mm & 12 X 32 mm ............................. 47-61 (64-83) Timing Belt Tensioner Bolt ............................... 16-21 (22-29) Water Pump Bolt .............................................. 14-20 (19-27) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Timing Belt Cover Bolt ...................................... 84-108 (9-12) Timing Belt Cover Cap Bolt .............................. 84-108 (9-12) TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS (STEALTH) Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Automatic Tensioner Bolt ............................................ 17 (23) Camshaft Sprocket Bolt .............................................. 66 (90) Crankshaft Pulley Bolt 1991 ....................................................... 108-116 (146-157) 1992-94 ................................................................ 136 (185) Engine Support Bracket Bolt 10 X 40 mm .................................................... 47-54 (64-73) Except 10 X 40 mm ..................................... 76-83 (103-113) Timing Belt Tensioner Arm Bolt .................................. 31 (42) Timing Belt Tensioner Pulley Nut ............................... 36 (49) Water Pump Bolt ........................................................ 17 (23) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Timing Belt Cover Bolt ...................................... 84-108 (9-12)

Belt tension should be 44-66 lbs. (20-30 kg). To install remaining components, reverse removal procedure. Install bolts into proper holes. Install covers and engine support bracket. See Figs. 3 and 6. Tighten bolts to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges. TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS (EXCEPT RAIDER, RAM 50 & STEALTH) Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) A/C Compressor Drive Belt Idler Pulley Bolt ......................................................... 40 (54) Camshaft Sprocket Bolt .............................................. 70 (95) Crankshaft Vibration Damper Bolt .......................... 100 (135) Engine Bracket-To-Engine Bolt ................................... 35 (47) Engine Mount-To-Frame Bolt ...................................... 50 (68) Engine Mount Vertical Bolt ........................................ 75 (102) Timing Belt Cover Bolt ................................................ 10 (14) Timing Belt Tensioner Pulley Bolt ....................... 18-21 (25-28) Water Pump Bolts .......................................................... 20 (27)

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Loosen timing belt tensioner bolts. Move tensioner inward toward water pump. Temporarily tighten bolt in slot side of tensioner. Remove timing belt from camshaft sprocket. Remove crankshaft pulley, and timing belt. Inspection: Inspect belt teeth for cracks, damage, or oil contamination. Inspect all sprockets for damage. Examine belt tensioner for grease leakage and roughness when pulley is rotated. Replace components if defective. Installation: Ensure crankshaft and camshaft timing marks are aligned. See Fig. 1. If tensioner was removed, ensure spring is installed correctly. See Fig. 2. Install timing belt onto crankshaft and camshaft sprockets. Ensure tension side is tight and all timing marks are aligned when camshaft sprocket is rotated. Install crankshaft pulley. Loosen tensioner mounting bolts. See Fig. 3. Ensure timing belt is not out of position and has not jumped a sprocket tooth. Tighten tensioner bolts.
CAUTION: If pivot bolt is tightened before side bolt, belt tensioner may rotate, causing belt to be over tightened.

TIMING BELT APPLICATION Application 1.5L 4-Cyl. Colt 1985-86 .......... 2.8 Hrs. ............................. 250073 1987-90 .......... 2.8 Hrs. ...... 2521280 ........ 250128 1991-94 .......... 2.4 Hrs. ...... 2521910 ........ 250191 Colt (Canadian) 1985-86 .......... 2.8 Hrs. ............................. 250073 1989-91 .......... 2.8 Hrs. ...... 2521280 ........ 250128 1992 & 1995 ... 2.4 Hrs. ...... 2521910 ........ 250191 Summit 1989-90 .......... 2.8 Hrs. ...... 2521280 ........ 250128 1991-96 .......... 2.4 Hrs. ...... 2521910 ........ 250191 Vista (Canadian) 1989-91 .......... 2.8 Hrs. ...... 2521280 ........ 250128 1992 ............... 2.4 Hrs. ...... 2521910 ........ 250191 1 - With Air Cond. add .2 hours. With Pwr. Strng. add .3 hours.

NOTE: A timing belt component kit is available for this application. See page I for information on component kits.

MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


The manufacturer recommends the belt be replaced every 60,000 miles.

Rotate crankshaft one full revolution clockwise, until crankshaft sprocket timing mark aligns with TDC position. Recheck belt tension. To check belt tension, hold belt tensioner and timing belt together. Apply slight thumb pressure at center point of belt tensioner. A tension gauge can also be used to check belt tension. See Fig. 4. To complete installation, reverse removal procedure. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges. TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Camshaft Sprocket Bolt 1991-85 .......................................................... 47-54 (65-75) 1992-96 ........................................................ 52-74 (70-100) Crankshaft Pulley Bolt 1991-96 .......................................................... 10-11 (14-15) Crankshaft Sprocket Bolt 1985 ............................................................... 37-43 (50-58) 1986-96 ........................................................ 52-74 (70-100) Front Cover Bolt 1985-88 ............................................................ 9-10 (12-14) Rocker Arm Adjuster Lock Nut 1989-96 .......................................................... 10-13 (14-18) Timing Belt Tensioner Bolt 1985-96 .......................................................... 14-20 (19-27) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Crankshaft Pulley Bolt 1985-1990 .................................................... 90-102 (10-11) 1987-88 ..................................................... 108-120 (12-14) Front Cover Bolt 1989-96 .......................................................... 84-132 (9-15) Fuel Rail Bolt 1992-96 .......................................................... 84-108 (9-12) Rocker Cover Bolt 1989-96 ........................................................ 13-17 (1.5-1.9) Timing Belt Cover Bolt 1989-96 .......................................................... 84-108 (9-12) Water Pump Pulley Bolt 1986-88 ..................................................... 108-120 (12-14) 1989-96 .............................................................. 72-84 (8-9)

*NOTE: This application is an interference engine. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
Removal: Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove air cleaner assembly, then disconnect accelerator cable and oxygen lead sensor. Mark position of spark plug wires for installation, then remove wires from spark plugs. Support engine using a suitable engine support bar. Remove left engine mount bracket. Remove all accessory drive belts and pulleys.
CAUTION: DO NOT rotate engine counterclockwise (as viewed from timing belt end of engine). If reusing timing belt, place reference mark on timing belt to indicate direction of rotation before removing.

Remove timing belt covers and gaskets, noting bolt lengths and locations as they are removed. Rotate engine clockwise to align timing mark on camshaft sprocket with mark on cylinder head. Ensure all timing marks are aligned. See Fig. 1.

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Fig. 3: Adjusting Timing Belt Tension

Fig. 1: Aligning Timing Marks

Fig. 4: Checking Timing Belt Tension With A Gauge

Fig. 2: Installing Timing Belt Tensioner

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For 1995-97 vehicles, the manufacturer recommends the belt be replaced every 60,000 miles except in California. In California, timing belt replacement is recommended, but not required, at 60,000 miles. In California, replace timing belt at 100,000 miles. For 1998 vehicles, the manufacturer recommends the belt be replaced every 60,000 miles except in California, Connecticut and Massachusetts, timing belt replacement is recommended but not required at 60,000 miles. In these states, replace timing belt at 100,000 miles.

TIMING BELT APPLICATION Belt Labor Component Part Application Time Kit No. No. 2.0L 4-Cyl. DOHC (4G6) Laser & Talon 1990-94 ....... 1 & 2 3.6 Hrs. ... 2521670 ...... 3 250167 1990-94 ....... 1 & 2 3.6 Hrs. ........................ 4 250168 Talon Turbo 1995-98 ....... 1 & 2 3.6 Hrs. ... 2521670 ...... 3 250167 1995-99 ....... 1 & 2 3.6 Hrs. ........................ 4 250168 2000 GTX (Canadian) 1989-93 ....... 1 & 2 3.6 Hrs. ... 2521670 ...... 3 250167 1989-93 ....... 1 & 2 3.6 Hrs. ........................ 4 250168 1 - Balance shaft labor time included in camshaft labor time. 2 - With Air Cond. add .2 hours. With Pwr. Strng. add .2 hours. 3 Timing belt. 4 Balance shaft belt. NOTE: A timing belt component kit is available for this application. See page I for information on component kits.

*NOTE: This application is an interference engine. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


NOTE: Replacement procedures includ revised information from Chrysler technical service bulletin 09-01-94; January 28, 1994.

TIMING BELT & BALANCE SHAFT BELT


Removal: Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove engine undercover. Place wooden block between jack and oil pan and raise engine slightly. Remove engine mount assembly near timing belt cover. Remove clamp for power steering return hose near timing belt cover. Remove all drive belts and tensioner bracket. See Fig. 1. Remove power steering and water pump pulleys. Rotate crankshaft clockwise so that No. 1 cylinder is at TDC of compression stroke. Remove crankshaft pulley.
CAUTION: DO NOT rotate crankshaft counterclockwise. Ensure timing marks are aligned. If reusing timing belts, mark timing belts for direction of rotation.

MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


For 1990-94 vehicles, the manufacturer recommends the belt be replaced every 60,000 miles.

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Fig. 1: Exploded View Of Timing Belts & Components

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Fig. 2: Aligning Timing Belt A Marks (1990-93 Models)

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Fig. 4: Timing Belt B (Balance Shaft Belt) Components


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Fig. 3: Aligning Timing Belt A Marks (1994-98 Models)

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Remove upper timing belt cover and gasket. Remove stub bolt of engine support bracket and remove center timing belt cover. Remove lower timing belt cover.
NOTE: Camshaft sprocket dowel pins will be in 12 oclock position when timing marks are correctly aligned.

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Fig. 5: Holding Balance Shaft Stationary

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Fig. 6: Inspecting Timing Belt Auto Tensioner

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Ensure camshaft, crankshaft and oil pump sprocket timing marks are aligned. See Figs. 2 and 3. Loosen tensioner pulley center bolt. Move tensioner to relieve timing belt tension. Remove timing belt. Remove timing belt auto tensioner. See Fig. 1. Remove plug from left side of cylinder block. Install a .31" (8.0 mm) diameter Phillips screwdriver into the hole against balance shaft. See Fig. 5. Screwdriver must go in at least 2.36 (60 mm) or more. If screwdriver will only go in about .79-.98 (20-25 mm), turn sprocket one revolution and align timing mark. Keep screwdriver in place until timing belt is installed. This ensures that balance shaft driven by oil pump sprocket remains in correct position. To remove timing belt B (balance shaft belt), hold crankshaft sprocket stationary with a spanner wrench. Remove crankshaft sprocket bolt. Using gear puller, remove outer crankshaft sprocket. Remove crankshaft sensing blade (if equipped). See Fig. 4. Loosen timing belt B tensioner bolt. If reusing timing belt B, mark direction of belt rotation for reassembly reference. Remove timing belt B. Inspection: Inspect timing belts for damaged teeth and cracking. Ensure belts are not contaminated with oil. Check tensioners for free rotation and grease leakage. Replace components if damaged or if grease leakage exists. Check timing belt auto tensioner for leaks. Hold timing belt auto tensioner upright. Measure rod protrusion above edge of housing. See Fig. 6. Length should be .47 (12 mm). Apply 22-44 lbs. (98-196 N) of force to end of rod. If auto tensioner rod moves more than .039 (1 mm), replace the auto tensioner. Installation: Retract rod into auto tensioner housing by placing auto tensioner assembly in a soft-jawed vise. Close vise SLOWLY to push rod back into auto tensioner housing. When pin hole in cylinder aligns with pin hole in rod, insert set pin. Replace tensioner assembly if rod can be retracted easily into housing. Install auto tensioner on engine with set pin in place. Align balance shaft and crankshaft timing marks with rear cover. See Figs. 7 and 8. Install timing belt B on sprockets. If using old belt, install belt in original direction of rotation. Ensure there is no slack in tension side of belt.
CAUTION: Ensure tensioner pulley shaft does not rotate when bolt is tightened or excessive pressure will be applied to timing belt.

Fig. 7: Aligning Timing Belt B (1990-92 Models)

Install timing belt B tensioner so center of tensioner pulley is to the left and above of retaining bolt center. See Fig. 9. Rotate tensioner inward toward timing belt until belt is tight. Tighten tensioner retaining bolt without letting tensioner pulley rotate out of position. Check belt deflection at designated area. Belt deflection should be .20-.28" (5.0-7.0 mm). Readjust timing belt if belt deflection is not within specification.

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Fig. 8: Aligning Timing Belt B (1993-98 Models)

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CAUTION: Install crankshaft sensing blade and crankshaft sprockets in correct positions or timing belt may be damaged.

Install crankshaft sensing blade (if equipped) in front of crankshaft sprocket B, with offset in proper direction. See Fig. 10. Install crankshaft sprocket A. Apply light coat of engine oil to crankshaft sprocket bolt threads, and tighten bolt to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS. Install idler pulley (if removed). Ensure camshaft, crankshaft and oil pump timing marks are still aligned. See Figs. 2 and 3. DO NOT remove screwdriver from side of engine block until timing belt is installed.

NOTE: Intake and exhaust camshafts use same camshaft sprocket. Camshaft sprockets are provided with 2 timing marks. For exhaust camshaft sprocket, use timing mark on right with dowel pin facing up. On intake camshaft sprocket, use timing mark on the left with dowel pin hole on top.

Rotate camshaft sprocket so dowel pins are upward and away from cylinder head and timing marks are aligned with cylinder head surface. Timing marks should face each other. See Figs. 2 and 3. Install timing belt on intake camshaft sprocket. Install spring clip to retain timing belt on sprocket. See Fig. 11. Place a wrench on each camshaft sprocket retaining bolt. Rotate camshafts so timing marks align with each other. Install timing belt over exhaust camshaft. Install spring clip to retain timing belt. Install timing belt over idler pulley, oil pump sprocket, crankshaft sprocket and tensioner pulley. Remove spring clips from camshaft sprockets. Timing Belt Tension Adjustment (1990-92): Position timing belt tensioner pulley so that the 2 pin holes in the center eccentric are facing to the left (as viewed from timing belt end of engine) of the center bolt. Hand tighten center bolt. Remove screwdriver from balance shaft hole in side of engine block. Install plug. Rotate crankshaft 1/4 turn counterclockwise, then rotate crankshaft 1/4 clockwise until timing marks are aligned again. No. 1 cylinder should be at TDC of compression stroke. Attach Adapter (MD998767) to tensioner pulley eccentric. Attach torque wrench to adapter and apply 24 INCH lbs. (2.7 N.m) of torque in a clockwise direction. See Fig. 15. With torque applied to eccentric, tighten tensioner pulley center bolt to 32-40 ft. lbs. (43-55 N.m). Insert Set Screw (MD998738) through inner timing belt cover until it contacts tensioner arm. See Fig. 12. Slowly rotate set screw until set pin can be removed. Remove set screw from engine.

Rotate crankshaft 6 complete turns clockwise. Wait 15 minutes without turning crankshaft. Measure distance between top of auto tensioner body and tensioner arm. The distance should be .15-.18 (3.8-4.5 mm). See Fig. 16, Dimension A. If distance is not correct, timing belt tension will have to be readjusted. If distance is correct, go to FINAL ASSEMBLY. Timing Belt Tension Adjustment (1993-98): Lift tensioner pulley upward to apply tension on timing belt. The 2 pin holes in the center of the tensioner must face down. See Fig. 12. Screw the Set Screw (MD998738) into engine support bracket until it makes contact with tensioner arm. At that point, screw the set screw in a few more threads and remove the set pin from the auto tensioner. Remove the set screw. Tighten timing belt tensioner pulley center bolt to 35 ft. lbs (48 N.m). Remove screwdriver from side of engine block and install plug. To tension timing belt, rotate crankshaft about 1/4 turn counterclockwise, then 1/4 turn clockwise until all timing marks align. Loosen tensioner pulley center bolt. Install Adapter (MD998767) or equivalent to tensioner eccentric. Install torque wrench on adapter. See Fig. 13. Starting with eccentric pin holes still facing down, apply 31 INCH Ibs. (3.5 N.m) of torque counterclockwise on tensioner pulley. Hold tensioner pulley at specified torque, and tighten tensioner center bolt to specification. Do not let tensioner pulley turn with bolt. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS. Rotate crankshaft 2 full revolutions clockwise so that timing marks are aligned. Allow engine to stand for 15 minutes without turning crankshaft. Distance between top of auto tensioner housing and tensioner arm should be .15.18" (3.8-4.5 mm). See Fig. 16, Dimension A. If distance is incorrect, repeat tensioning procedure until distance is correct. Once distance is correct, go to FINAL ASSEMBLY. Final Assembly: To install remaining components, reverse removal procedure. Ensure proper length bolts are installed in timing belt covers. See Fig. 14. See TIMING COVER BOLT LENGTH & TORQUE table. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges. TIMING COVER BOLT LENGTH & TORQUE Bolt INCH Lbs. (N.m) A 6 x 16 mm Flange Bolt .............................. 89-106 (10-12) B 6 x 18 Flange Bolt ..................................... 89-106 (10-12) C 6 x 25 Loose Washer Bolt ................................... 58 (6.5) D 6 x 25 Flange Bolt .................................... 89-106 (10-12) E 6 x 45 Flange Bolt ..................................... 89-106 (10-12)

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Fig. 9: Installing Timing Belt B Tensioner

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Fig. 10: Installing Crankshaft Sprocket & Crankshaft Sensing Blade

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Fig. 11: Installing Timing Belt On Intake Sprockets Fig. 15: Adjusting Timing Belt Tension (1990-92)

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Fig. 12: Installing Set Screw On Tensioner Pulley


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Fig. 16: Measuring Timing Belt Auto Tensioner Protrusion

TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Auto Tensioner Bolt .................................................... 17 (24) Balance Shaft Sprocket Bolt ......................................... 33 (46) Camshaft Sprocket Bolt .............................................. 65 (90) Crankshaft Pulley Bolt ................................................ 18 (25) Crankshaft Sprocket Bolt ............................. 80-94 (108-127) Drive Belt Tensioner Pulley Bracket ..................... 17-20 (23-26) Engine Mount-To-Body Through Bolt (1993-98) ..................................... 72-87 (98-118) Engine Mount-To-Body Through Bolt (1990-92) ...................................... 43-58 (60-80) Engine Mount-To-Engine Bolt/Nut (1993-98) ..................................................... 49 (67) Engine Mount-To-Engine Bolt/Nut (1990-92) ........................................... 36-47 (50-65) Idler Pulley Bolt ........................................................... 27 (38) Timing Belt B (Balance Shaft) Tensioner Bolt .................................................... 11-16 (15-20) Timing Belt Tensioner Pulley Center Bolt ................... 35 (48) Water Pump Bolt .......................................................... 10 (14) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Timing Belt Cover Bolt .................................... 89-106 (10-12) Water Pump Pulley Bolt ................................................ 80 (9)

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Fig. 13: Adjusting Timing Belt Tension (1993-98)

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Fig. 14: Installing Timing Belt Cover Bolts

CHRYSLER & EAGLE 2.0L 4-Cylinder SOHC


TIMING BELT APPLICATION Application 2.0L 4-Cyl. SOHC Colt Vista 1984-86 Balance Shaft ..... 1 .................................. 250090 Camshaft ............ 2 2.8 Hrs. ..................... 250089 1987-91 Balance Shaft ..... 1 .................................. 250159 Camshaft ............ 2 2.8 Hrs. . 2521581 ..... 250158 Ram 50 1983-86 Balance Shaft ... 1 .................................. 250090 Camshaft ........... 3 2.3 Hrs. ..................... 250089 1987-89 Balance Shaft ... 1 .................................. 250159 Camshaft ........... 3 2.3 Hrs. . 2521581 ..... 250158 Vista (Canada) 1989-91 Balance Shaft ... 1 .................................. 250159 Camshaft ........... 2 2.8 Hrs .. 2521581 ..... 250158 2000GTX (Canada) 1989-92 Balance Shaft .. 1 .................................. 250159 Camshaft ......... 2 2.8 Hrs. ..................... 250155 1 - Balance Shaft labor time included in camshaft labor time. 2 - With Air Cond. add .2 hours. With Pwr. Strng. add .2 hours. 3 - With Air Cond. add .7 hours. With Pwr. Strng. add .2 hours NOTE: A timing belt component kit is available for this application. See page I for information on component kits. Labor Time Component Kit No. Belt Part No.

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MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


The manufacturer recommends the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
Removal: Disconnect negative battery cable. On vehicles equipped with A/C, remove upper radiator shroud and cooling fan/ clutch assembly. On 1989-91 models, support engine and remove upper engine mount located near timing belt cover.

On all vehicles, position No. 1 cylinder at TDC of compression stroke. Loosen pulley bolts. Remove drive belts. Remove crankshaft, water pump and power steering pulleys. Remove upper and lower front timing belt covers. On 1989-91 models, remove tensioner pulley bracket. Relieve camshaft timing belt tensioner pressure and secure tensioner toward water pump. If camshaft timing belt is to be reused, mark belt with an arrow indicating direction of rotation and remove camshaft timing belt. Rotate crankshaft in direction of rotation and align timing marks. See Fig. 1. Remove crankshaft sprocket attaching bolt. Loosen main tensioner pivot and disengage spring from boss on water pump. Remove tensioner assembly. Remove balance shaft belt (belt A). Remove camshaft sprocket, then crankshaft sprocket and flange. Remove plug from lower left side of cylinder block, then insert screwdriver into hole to hold balance shaft in position while removing oil pump sprocket nut. See Fig. 2. Loosen right side balance shaft sprocket bolt, then remove balance shaft belt tensioner. Remove balance shaft timing belt (belt B). Inspection: Inspect back of belt for hardness, non-elasticity and glossy surface. If no mark is produced when fingernail is forced into it, replace belt. Check for rounded sides on belt, flaking, peeling, cracking and separating rubber. Cracks are most evident at base of tooth. Installation: Install timing belt B, ensuring tension side has no slack. Align crankshaft and balance shaft sprocket timing marks with marks on timing case. See Fig. 3. Install tensioner B so only light pressure is on belt. Ensure flange on tensioner is mounted away from engine and finger-tighten bolt. Ensure that the pulley is to left of installation bolt and pulley flange faces front of engine. See Fig. 4. Lift tensioner with finger tip until slack is removed from tension side of belt. Tighten tensioner bolt, being careful to prevent turning shaft. Ensure timing marks are in alignment. Tighten right silent shaft bolt. Check belt tension by pressing center of tension side inward, using index finger and measuring belt deflection. Deflection should be .195-.265" (5.0-7.0 mm). Readjust if not within specification. Ensure camshaft timing belt sprockets align with timing marks. Ensure tensioner is fully toward water pump and install camshaft timing belt (belt A) in order of crankshaft sprocket, oil pump sprocket and camshaft sprocket. Ensure tension side of belt has no slack. Loosen tensioner mounting bolt and nut and allow tensioner spring to tension belt. Tighten slot side bolt and then tighten nut. Ensure all timing marks are in correct alignment. Turn crankshaft clockwise one revolution. Loosen mounting nut and bolt to allow tensioner to readjust. Tighten slot side bolt, then tighten nut. Reverse removal procedure to complete reassembly. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tensiion ranges.

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TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Automatic Tensioner Bolt .................................. 14-20 (19-27) Camshaft Sprocket Bolt .................................... 58-72 (79-98) Crankshaft Pulley Bolt 1983-85 .......................................................... 11-15 (15-20) 1986-91 .......................................................... 15-21 (20-29) Crankshaft Sprocket Bolt ............................. 80-94 (109-127) Front Cover Bolts 1983-88 .......................................................... 15-19 (20-26) 1989 M8 X 30 Bolt ........................................... 20-26 (27-35) Except 1989 M8 X 30 Bolt ............................... 14-20 (19-27) Idler Pulley Bolt ................................................. 25-30 (34-41) Tensioner Pulley Bracket Bolt ........................... 17-20 (23-27) Tensioner Pulley Center Bolt ............................ 31-40 (42-54) Timing Belt Cover Bolt Left Lower Rear Cover Bolt ............................. 22-30 (30-41) Timing Belt Tensioner Nut 1983-85 .......................................................... 16-21 (22-28) 1986-91 .......................................................... 32-39 (42-53) Water Pump Bolt Except 8 X 65 mm ............................................ 9-11 (12-15) 8 X 65 mm ...................................................... 15-19 (20-26) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Timing Belt Cover Bolt All Except Left Lower Rear Cover Bolt ............ 84-108 (9-12)

Fig. 2: Locking Balance Shaft In Place

Fig. 3: Aligning Balance Shaft Sprocket

Fig. 1: Aligning Timing Marks

Fig. 4: Installing Balance Shaft Tensioning Pulley

CHRYSLER & EAGLE *3.2L & 3.5L V6


TIMING BELT APPLICATION Application Labor Time Belt Part No. 3.2L V6 Concord & Intrepid (Includes Canadian) 1998-00 .............. 1 2.8 Hours ................. 250295 3.5L V6 Concord & Intrepid (Includes Canadian) 1993-94 .............. 1 2.7 Hours ................. 250219 1995-97 ................ 1 2.7 Hours ................. 250255 2000 ................... 1 2.7 Hours ................. 250295 LHS & 300M 1994 ................... 1 2.7 Hours ................. 250219 1995-97 .............. 1 2.7 Hours ................. 250255 1998-00 .............. 1 2.7 Hours ................. 250295 New Yorker 1994 ................... 1 2.7 Hours ................. 250219 1995-96 .............. 1 2.7 Hours ................. 250255 Vision 1993-94 .............. 1 2.7 Hours ................. 250219 1995-97 .............. 1 2.7 Hours ................. 250255 1 - With Air Cond. add .2 hours. With Pwr. Strng. add .2 hours.

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Rotate crankshaft to align crankshaft sprocket timing mark with TDC mark on oil pump housing. Align camshaft sprockets with marks on rear covers. See Figs. 1 and 2.

CAUTION: When timing belt tensioner is removed from engine, always store tensioner with plunger facing up.

MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


The manufacturer recommends the belt be replaced every 105,000 miles up to the 1999 model year. For 2000 model years, the manufacturer recommends the timing belt be replaced at 100,000 miles for Federal vehicles, and 105,000 miles for California vehicles.

Remove timing belt tensioner. Store with plunger facing up. Remove timing belt. Installation: When tensioner is removed from engine, it is necessary to compress plunger into tensioner body. Place timing belt tensioner in vise with holes in plunger and housing aligned. SLOWLY compress plunger. See Fig. 3. Total bleed down of plunger should take about 5 minutes. When pin holes are aligned, install locking pin through tensioner and plunger. Ensure camshaft and crankshaft sprocket timing marks are still aligned. If camshaft timing marks are not aligned, always rotate camshafts towards nearest timing marks. DO NOT turn camshafts a full revolution. This could cause valves to contact pistons. Install timing belt starting at crankshaft sprocket, going in a counterclockwise direction. After belt is installed on right camshaft sprocket, keep tension on belt until it is past tensioner pulley. Holding tensioner pulley against belt, install tensioner into housing and tighten bolts to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFCATIONS. When tensioner is in place, pull locking pin to allow tensioner to extend to pulley bracket.

*NOTE: The 3.2L is an interference engine. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
CAUTION: The following procedure can only be used if camshaft sprockets have NOT been loosened or removed. If camshaft sprockets have been removed, special tools and timing procedure are required. Consult service information for procedure.

Removal: Disconnect negative battery cable from jumper terminal. Remove upper radiator crossmember. Remove electric cooling fan module with fans. Remove accessory drive belts. Hold crankshaft damper stationary while removing center bolt. Use gear puller to remove crankshaft damper. Remove lower timing belt cover. Remove stamped steel (right side) timing belt cover. DO NOT remove the sealer on the stamped steel cover, it is reusable. Remove cast (left side) timing belt cover. If reusing old timing belt, mark belt direction of rotation for reinstallation.
CAUTION: Align camshaft sprockets between marks on rear belt covers before removing timing belt or damage to valves and pistons may occur.
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Fig. 1: Aligning Camshaft Sprocket Timing Marks

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Fig. 3: Compressing Tensioner

TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Crankshaft Pulley Bolt .............................................. 85 (115) Timing Belt Cover Bolts M8 ............................................................................ 21 (28) M10 .......................................................................... 40 (54) Timing Belt Tensioner ................................................ 21 (28) Timing Belt Tensioner Pulley Assembly ....................... 45 (61) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Timing Belt Cover Bolts (M6) .................................... 106 (12) Upper Radiator Attaching Screws ............................. 123 (14) Water Pump Bolts .................................................... 106 (12)

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Fig. 2: Removing/Installing Timing Belt

Rotate crankshaft sprocket 2 revolutions and check timing marks on camshafts and crankshaft. Marks should line up within their respective locations. If marks do not line up, repeat procedure. See Fig. 1. Install timing belt covers and crankshaft damper. Install accessory drive belts. To complete installation, reverse removal procedure. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges. Start engine and allow to idle for about one minute. If noise is present in timing belt tensioner, air has possibly entered tensioner. To remove air, run engine at 1600-2000 RPM for 10 minutes to purge air.

CHRYSLER, EAGLE & MITSUBISHI *1.6L 4-Cylinder DOHC


TIMING BELT APPLICATION Belt Part No. Application Labor Time 1.6L 4-Cyl. DOHC Colt & Summit 1989-90 ................. 3.6 Hours .................. 250165 Colt 100, Colt 200 & Vista (Canada) 1989-90 ................. 3.6 Hours .................. 250165 Mirage 1989 & 1991-92 ..... 3.6 Hours .................. 250165 1 - With Air Cond. add .2 hours. With Pwr. Strng. add .3 hours.
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Inspection: Check belt teeth for cracks, damage and oil contamination. Inspect all sprockets for damage. Check tensioner pulley and idler pulley for grease leakage and roughness in rotation. Replace components if damaged. Inspect auto tensioner for leaks. Replace, if necessary. Inspect tensioner pulley and idler pulley for smooth rotation. Replace if bearings are worn.
CAUTION: Install flange and crankshaft sprocket in correct direction to prevent damage to timing belt.

MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


The manufacturer recommends the belt be replaced every 60,000 miles.

* NOTE: This application is an interference engine. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


NOTE: Replacement procedures include revised information from Chrysler technical service bulletin 09-01-94; January 28, 1994.

TIMING BELT

Removal: Raise and support vehicle. Remove lower left engine compartment splash shield. Support weight of engine from above with Suppport Fixture (C-4852 or 7137) or equivalent. On timing belt end of engine, remove engine mount bracket connecting engine to body. Loosen, but do not remove water pump pulley bolts. Remove generator and power steering pump drive belts. Remove water pump pulley.
NOTE: It is necessary to lower engine slightly to remove the crankshaft pulley.

Remove accessory drive belt tensioner pulley bracket. See Fig. 1. Remove A/C compressor drive belt (if equipped). Remove water pump pulley. Remove crankshaft pulley-tocrankshaft sprocket bolts. Remove crankshaft pulley. It is NOT necessary to remove crankshaft pulley center bolt. Remove upper and lower timing belt covers.
CAUTION: Crankshaft may need to be rotated up to 6 revolutions before all sprockets are properly aligned.

Installation: Rotate timing belt tensioner pulley so that the 2 pin holes are to the left of the center bolt. See Fig. 4. Tighten center bolt finger tight. Leave Allen wrench or pin installed in auto tensioner. Rotate camshaft sprockets so dowel pins face upward and timing marks on sprockets align. See Fig. 2. Outer marks on sprockets should be aligned with cylinder head surface. When exhaust camshaft sprocket is released, camshaft will rotate one tooth in counterclockwise direction. When installing timing belt, ensure this rotation is compensated for. Rotate crankshaft and align timing marks on crankshaft and oil pump sprockets. If installing old timing belt, ensure it is installed in original direction of rotation. Install timing belt around intake camshaft sprocket. Install spring-type paper clip on timing belt and camshaft sprocket to hold belt on sprocket. Clip should be installed below cylinder head surface, on outer side of camshaft sprocket. Install box wrench on both camshaft sprocket bolts. Install timing belt around exhaust camshaft sprocket while holding camshaft sprocket bolt to align timing mark on camshaft sprocket with timing mark. Install another spring-type paper clip on timing belt and exhaust camshaft sprocket to hold belt on sprocket. Install clip below cylinder head surface, on outer side of camshaft sprocket. Install timing belt in the following order: around idler pulley, oil pump sprocket, crankshaft sprocket and tensioner pulley. Remove both spring-type paper clips. Rotate tensioner pulley inward toward timing belt until belt is NOT sagging. Temporarily tighten center bolt on tensioner pulley. Ensure all timing marks are aligned.
CAUTION: Ensure all timing belt teeth are engaged with teeth on camshaft, oil pump and crankshaft sprockets.

Rotate engine clockwise (as viewed from timing belt end of engine) to align all timing marks so No. 1 cylinder is at TDC of compression stroke. See Fig. 2. If reusing belt, mark belt with original rotation direction. Remove rubber plug from inner timing belt cover. Install Set Screw (MD998738) into engine support bracket until it contacts auto tensioner arm. See Fig. 3. Remove auto tensioner. Loosen timing belt tensioner pulley center retaining bolt. Compress auto tensioner push rod by SLOWLY rotating Set Screw (MD998738) until hole in auto tensioner aligns with hole in auto tensioner body. Push rod may need to be rotated to align holes. Insert a 1/16 Allen wrench or pin into aligned holes to hold push rod in compressed position. Remove timing belt.

To adjust belt tension, rotate crankshaft 1/4 turn counterclockwise, then rotate clockwise until No. 1 cylinder is at TDC. Ensure timing marks are aligned. Loosen center bolt on tensioner pulley. Note pin holes in tensioner pulley. Use socket wrench to rotate tensioner pulley. Using INCH lb. torque wrench and Socket Wrench (MD998752), apply a clockwise torque of 24 INCH Ibs. (2.7 N.m) on tensioner pulley. See Fig. 5. With torque applied to tensioner pulley, tighten tensioner pulley center bolt to 32-41 ft. Ibs. (43-55 N.m). SLOWLY rotate set screw until Allen wrench or pin can be removed from auto tensioner. Remove set screw. Rotate crankshaft clockwise 6 complete revolutions and leave in this position for approximately 15 minutes. After 15 minutes, measure distance between bottom edge of tensioner arm and top of auto tensioner body. Distance should be .15-.18" (3.8-4.5 mm). See Fig. 7, Dimension A.

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Fig. 1: Exploded View Of Timing Belt & Components

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Fig. 2: Aligning Timing Marks

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Fig. 3: Retracting Auto Tensioner Rod

If distance is not correct, loosen timing belt tensioner pulley center bolt. Use Set Screw to compress auto tensioner again. Readjust timing belt tension using Socket Wrench (MD998752) and INCH lb. torque wrench until correct distance of .15-.18" (3.8-4.5 mm) is obtained. Remove set screw. Install rubber plug in rear timing belt cover. Install upper and lower timing belt covers. Ensure timing belt cover bolts are installed in correct location. See Fig. 6. Install crankshaft pulley. Install A/C compressor belt (if equipped). Install accessory drive belt tensioner bracket. Install water pump pulley. Install generator and power steering pump drive belts. Adjust drive belts to correct tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges. Install engine mount bracket on timing belt end of engine. Remove engine support fixture. Install lower splash shield. TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Accessory Drive Belt Tensioner Pulley Bracket Bolt ......................... 17-20 (23-27) Auto Tensioner Bolt .......................................... 14-20 (19-27) Camshaft Sprocket Bolt .................................... 58-72 (79-98) Crankshaft Pulley-To-Sprocket Bolt .................. 14-22 (19-30) Crankshaft Sprocket Center Bolt .................. 80-94 (109-127) Engine Mount Bracket To-Body Through Bolt ........................................ 43-58 (60-80) To-Engine Bracket Bolt/Nut ............................... 36-47 (50-65) Idler Pulley Bolt ................................................. 25-30 (34-41) Tensioner Pulley Center Bolt ............................ 32-41 (43-55) Timing Belt Cover Left Lower Rear Cover Bolt ............................. 22-30 (30-41) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Timing Belt Cover Bolt ....................................... 84-106 (10-12) Water Pump Pulley Bolt ........................................ 71-89 (8-10)

Fig. 4: Positioning Timing Belt Tensioner Pulley

Fig. 5: Adjusting Timing Belt Tension

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Fig. 7: Measuring Timing Belt Auto Tensioner Protrusion

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Fig. 6: Installing Timing Belt Cover Bolts

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Labor Time 1 Component Kit No. Belt Part No.
Inspection: Inspect timing belts for damaged teeth or cracks. Ensure belts are not contaminated by oil. Check tensioners for freedom of rotation. Replace components if damaged. Installation: Coat outer diameter of right silent shaft spacer with engine oil. Install spacer with chamfered side toward oil seal. Install right silent shaft sprocket. Align crankshaft sprocket B and right silent shaft timing marks. See Fig. 5. Install timing belt B on sprockets. Ensure belt is installed in original direction of rotation and no slack exists in belt.
CAUTION: Ensure right silent shaft spacer is installed with chamfered side toward oil seal, or damage to oil seal will result. CAUTION: When tightening bolt, ensure tensioner does not rotate, or excessive pressure will be applied to timing belt.

TIMING BELT APPLICATION Application 1.8L 4-Cyl. Eclipse & Laser 1990-94 Balance Shaft .... 2 ................................ 250159 Camshaft ......... 2.4 Hrs. .. 2521580 ....... 250158 Talon 1993-94 Balance Shaft .... 2 ................................ 250159 Camshaft ......... 2.4 Hrs. .. 2521580 ....... 250158 1 - With Air Cond. add .2 hours. With Pwr. Strng. add .2 hours. 2 Balance shaft labor time included in camshaft labor time.

NOTE: A timing belt component kit is available for this application. See page I for information on component kits.

MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


The manufacturer recommends the belt be replaced every 60,000 miles.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
CAUTlON: To prevent engine damage, DO NOT rotate crankshaft counterclockwise (as viewed from timing belt end of engine).

Removal: Disconnect negative battery cable. Disconnect power steering hose clamp. Remove engine undercover. Place wooden block between jack and oil pan. Raise engine slightly. Remove engine mount assembly near timing belt cover. Remove all drive belts and tensioner pulley bracket. See Fig. 1. Remove power steering, water pump and damper pulleys. Remove adapter and crankshaft pulley.
NOTE: Ensure timing marks are aligned. Mark direction of rotation of all timing belts.

Remove upper and lower timing belt covers and gaskets. Remove access cover. Remove crankshaft sprocket A bolt and washer. Rotate crankshaft clockwise (as viewed from timing belt side of engine), and align timing mark on camshaft sprocket with timing mark on rear upper timing belt cover. See Fig. 2. Loosen timing belt tensioner bolt for timing belt A. Move tensioner toward water pump, and tighten tensioner bolt. Remove timing belt. Remove timing belt tensioner, tensioner spacer and tensioner spring. See Fig. 1. Remove camshaft sprocket. Remove plug from side of cylinder block, and install a .31" (8.0 mm) diameter Phillips screwdriver to hold left silent shaft. See Fig. 3. Remove oil pump sprocket nut, and remove sprocket. Remove crankshaft sprocket A and flange. Remove timing belt tensioner B. If timing belt B is to be reused, mark direction of timing belt rotation for reassembly reference. Remove timing belt B.

Install timing belt tensioner B so center of pulley is located left of tensioner bolt. See Fig. 6. Ensure flange on tensioner pulley is toward front of engine. Rotate tensioner inward toward timing belt until belt is tight. Tighten tensioner bolt. Check belt deflection at designated area. See Fig. 6. Belt deflection should be .20-.28" (5.0-7.1 mm). Readjust timing belt if belt deflection is not within specification. Install flange in front of crankshaft sprocket B, with offset toward crankshaft. See Fig. 1. Install crankshaft sprocket A. install camshaft and oil pump sprockets. Tighten bolts to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS. Install tensioner spring, tensioner spacer and timing belt A tensioner. Ensure upper end of tensioner spring contacts water pump. Rotate tensioner toward water pump, and temporarily tighten nut. Ensure all timing marks are aligned. See Fig. 2. When aligning oil pump sprocket timing marks, remove plug from cylinder block. See Fig. 3. Insert a .31" (8.0 mm) diameter Phillips screwdriver into plug hole. If screwdriver can only be inserted .79-.98" (20.0-24.9 mm), rotate oil pump sprocket one revolution, and realign timing mark. Insert screwdriver, and ensure it can be inserted at least 2.36" (59.9 mm). DO NOT remove screwdriver until timing belt is installed. Install timing belt A on sprockets. Ensure no slack exists on tension side of belt. See Fig. 2. Install timing belt on crankshaft sprocket A, oil pump sprocket, and then on camshaft sprocket. If reused, ensure belt is installed in original direction of rotation. Loosen tensioner nut to allow spring tension to be applied to timing belt. Ensure all timing marks are aligned. Remove screwdriver and install plug. To apply tension on timing belt, rotate crankshaft clockwise so camshaft sprocket moves 2 teeth past timing mark on rear timing belt cover. See Fig 7. DO NOT rotate crankshaft counterclockwise.

CAUTION: DO NOT tighten tensioner spacer nut before tightening tensioner bolt, or timing belt tensioner will rotate and apply excessive pressure on timing belt.

Rotate tensioner inward toward timing belt. Ensure timing belt fully engages camshaft sprocket. Tighten timing belt tensioner bolt. Tighten tensioner spacer nut. At midway location between camshaft sprocket and oil pump sprocket, push timing belt A outward toward lower timing belt cover. Note clearance between timing belt and cover. See Fig. 8. Clearance should be .47" (12.0 mm). Timing belt may need to be readjusted.

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Fig. 1: Exploded View Of Timing Belts & Related Components

To complete installation, reverse removal procedure. Ensure proper length bolts are installed in designated areas in timing belt covers. See Fig. 9. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges. TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) A/C Tensioner Pulley Bracket Bolt .................... 17-20 (23-27) Camshaft Sprocket Bolt .................................... 58-72 (79-98) Crankshaft Pulley Bolt ...................................... 11-13 (15-18) Crankshaft Sprocket Bolt ............................. 80-94 (109-127) Damper Pulley Bolt ........................................... 11-13 (15-18) Flywheel/Drive Plate Bolt ........................... 94-101 (127-137) Front Cover Bolt ................................................ 11-13 (15-18) Timing Belt A Tensioner Bolt .......................... 16-22 (22-30) Timing Belt B Tensioner Bolt .......................... 11-16 (15-22) Water Pump Bolt Except 8 X 65 mm .................................................... 10 (14) 8 X 65 mm ...................................................... 15-19 (20-26) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Timing Belt Cover Bolt ...................................... 84-108 (9-12) Valve Cover Bolt .................................................... 48-60 (5-7) Water Pump Pulley Bolt ........................................ 72-84 (8-9)

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Fig. 2: Aligning Timing Belt A Timing Marks

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Fig. 6: Installing Timing Belt B Tensioner

Fig. 3: Holding Silent Shaft In Stationary Position

Fig. 4: Installing Crankshaft Sprockets

Fig. 7: Applying Tension To Timing Belt A

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Fig. 5: Aligning Timing Belt B Timing Marks

Fig. 8: Checking Timing Belt A Tension

Fig. 9: Identifying Timing Belt Cover Bolt Locations

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TIMING BELT APPLICATION Belt Part No. Application Labor Time1 1.8L 4-Cyl. Colt 1992-94 ................ 2.4 Hours ................. 250201 Colt Vista 1992-94 ................ 2.4 Hours ................. 250201 Expo 1992-94 ................ 2.4 Hours ................. 250201 Mirage 1993-96 ................ 2.4 Hours ................. 250201 1997-01 ................ 2.4 Hours ................. 250288 Summit 1992-96 .............. 2.4 Hours ................. 250201 Summit Wagon 1992-96 .............. 2.4 Hours ................. 250201 1 - With Air Cond. add .2 hours. With Pwr. Strng. add .3 hours.

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Chrysler & Eagle: The manufacturer recommends the belt be replaced every 60,000 miles. Mitsubishi: For 1992-93 models, the manufacturer recommends the belt be replaced at 60,000 miles. For 1994-96 models, the manufacturer recommends the belt be replaced every 60,000 miles except in California. In California, timing belt replacement is recommended, but not required, at 60,000 miles. In California, replace timing belt at 100,000 miles, unless previously changed. For 1997-00 models, the manufacturer recommends the belt be replaced every 60,000 miles except in California, Connecticut, and Massachusetts. In California, Connecticut, and Massachusetts, timing belt replacement is recommended, but not required, at 60,000 miles. In these states, replace timing belt at 100,000 miles, unless previously changed. For 2001 models, the manufacturer recommends the belt be replaced every 60,000 miles except in California, Massachusetts and Vermont. In California, Massachusettes and Vermont, timing belt replacement is recommended, but not required, at 60,000 miles. In these states, replace timing belt at 100,000 miles, unless previously changed.

Fig. 1: Aligning Timing Marks

Fig. 2: Installing Flange

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
Removal: Disconnect negative battery cable. On Expo models, remove condenser tank. On all models, remove A/C and power steering hose mounting bracket from upper engine mount at timing belt cover. Remove all accessory drive belts. Using End Yoke Holder (MB990767) and Crankshaft Pulley Holder (MD998718) or equivalent, remove crankshaft pulley bolt and pulley.
CAUTION: DO NOT rotate crankshaft counterclockwise (as viewed from timing belt end of engine).

Remove upper and lower timing belt covers. Remove flange. Rotate crankshaft clockwise (as viewed from tim-

ing belt end of engine) until cylinder No. 1 is at TDC of compression stroke, and timing mark on camshaft sprocket and crankshaft sprocket align with timing mark on engine. See Fig. 1. If timing belt is to be reused, mark direction of rotation before removing. Loosen timing belt tensioner bolt. Using a screwdriver, move tensioner away from timing belt. Tighten bolt to secure tensioner. Remove timing belt. Inspection: Check belt teeth for cracks, damage and oil contamination. Inspect all sprockets for damage. Check belt tensioner for grease leakage or roughness in tensioner rotation. Replace components if damaged. Installation: Install timing belt tensioner, leaving bolt loose. Using a screwdriver, push tensioner toward engine mount. Tighten timing belt tensioner bolt. Align camshaft sprocket and crankshaft sprocket timing marks with timing marks on engine. Install timing belt. Loosen timing belt tensioner to apply spring pressure to timing belt. Ensure timing marks are still aligned. Tighten timing belt tensioner bolt. Rotate camshaft in reverse direction and ensure that there is no slack in timing belt. Rotate crankshaft 2 complete revolutions clockwise (as viewed from timing belt end of engine) and ensure timing marks are still aligned.

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Ensure timing belt teeth are properly seated in sprockets. Install flange. See Fig. 2. To complete installation, reverse removal procedure. Ensure proper length bolts are installed in designated areas in timing belt covers. See Fig. 4. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges. TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) A/C Tensioner Pulley Bracket Bolt .................... 17-20 (23-27) Camshaft Sprocket Bolt .................................... 58-72 (79-98) Crankshaft Pulley Bolt ...................................... 11-13 (15-18) Crankshaft Center Pulley Bolt ..................... 80-94 (109-127) Damper Pulley Bolt ........................................... 11-13 (15-18) Front Cover Bolt ............................................... 11 -13 (15-18) Timing Belt A Tensioner Bolt .......................... 16-22 (22-30) Timing Belt B Tensioner Bolt ......................... 11 -16 (15-24) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Timing Belt Cover Bolt ...................................... 84-108 (9-12) Valve Cover Bolt .................................................... 48-60 (5-7)

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Fig. 4: Identifying Timing Belt Cover Bolt Locations

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Fig. 3: Exploded View of Timing Belt Components

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TIMING BELT APPLICATION Application Labor Time Belt Part No. 2.0L 4-Cyl. DOHC, VIN Y Avenger, Neon, & Sebring Coupe 1995-99 ................ 1 3.6 Hours ................. 250246 Eclipse (Non-Turbo) 1995-99 ................ 1 3.6 Hours ................. 250246 Talon (Non-Turbo) 1995-98 ................ 1 3.6 Hours ................. 250246 1 - With Air Cond. add .2 hours. With Pwr. Strng. add .2 hours.

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Chrysler: On Neon models, the manufacturer recommends replacing the timing belt at 105,000 miles. On Avenger and Sebring Coupe models, the manufacturer recommends the belt be replaced every 60,000 miles except in California, Connecticut, and Massachusetts. In California, Connecticut, and Massachusetts, timing belt replacement is recommended, but not required, at 60,000 miles. In these states, replace timing belt at 100,000 miles. Eagle: For 1995-96 model years, the manufacturere recommends the belt be replaced every 60,000 miles, except in California. In California, timing belt replacement is recommended, but not required, at 60,000 miles. In California, replace timing belt at 100,000 miles, unless previously changed. For 1997-98 model years, the manufacturer recommends the belt be replaced every 60,000 miles except in California, Connecticut, and Massachusetts. In California, Connecticut, and Massachusetts, timing belt replacement is recommended, but not required, at 60,000 miles. In these states, replace timing belt at 100,000 miles, unless previously changed. Mitsubishi: For 1995-97 model years, the manufacturer recommends the belt be replaced every 60,000 miles except in California. In California, timing belt replacement is recommended, but not required, at 60,000 miles. In California, replace timing belt at 100,000 miles, unless previously changed. For 1998-99 model years, the manufacturer recommends the belt be replaced every 60,000 miles except in California, Connecticut, and Massachusetts. In California, Connecticut, and Massachusetts, timing belt replacement is recommended, but not required, at 60,000 miles. In these states, replace timing belt at 100,000 miles, unless previously changed.

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Fig. 1: Aligning Timing Marks & Adjusting Belt Tension (Mechanical Timing Belt Tensioner)

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Fig. 2: Aligning Timing Marks (Hydraulic Timing Belt Tensioner)

*NOTE: This application is an interference engine. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions.

bracket from front of engine. Remove timing belt cover. Rotate engine clockwise to align the camshaft and crankshaft timing marks. See Fig. 1.
CAUTION: To prevent pistons from hitting valves, do not rotate camshaft or crankshaft after removing the timing belt.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
Removal (Mechanical Timing Belt Tensioner): On Avenger and Sebring, remove coolant reservoir and place out of way. On all models, raise and support vehicle. Remove right inner splash shield. Remove center bolt from crankshaft pulley. Use gear puller to remove crankshaft pulley. Remove power steering pump (hoses attached) and mounting bracket from engine. Move out of way. Lower vehicle. Place jack under engine for support. Remove right side engine mount. Remove engine mount

Install 8 mm Allen wrench into timing belt tensioner. See Fig. 1. Insert long end of a 3 mm Allen wrench into pin hole in the front of tensioner. Slowly rotate tensioner counterclockwise with 8 mm Allen wrench while pushing lightly on the 3 mm Allen wrench, until it slides into the locking hole. If reusing old timing belt, mark belt with arrow to indicate direction of rotation. Remove timing belt.

NOTE: Mechanical timing belt tensioner is serviced as an assembly. To prevent premature timing belt failure and engine damage, do not separate tensioner pulley from tensioner bracket.

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Loosen timing belt tensioner to remove timing belt. If reusing old belt, mark belt with arrow to indicated direction of rotateion. Remove timing belt. Remove tensioner from engine. It will be necessary to compress the center plunger and lock it in place. Place tensioner in a soft-jawed vise. Align the hole in the end of the tensioner center plunger with the hole in the end of the tensioner body. Slowly compress the tensioner, and when holes are aligned, insert a locking pin in the tensioner.

NOTE: The following revised information regarding the tensioner pulley pivot bolt is from Chrysler technical service bulletin 0906-96; March 29, 1996. Also Mitsubishi technical service bulletin 96-11-004; May 1996. Timing Belt Tensioner Bracket Precaution:

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Fig. 3: Aligning Crankshaft Timing Mark (Hydraulic Timing Belt Tensioner Shown; Mechanical Tensioner Similar)

Inspection: Check belt teeth for damage or oil contamination. Inspect belt for glossy, hardened or non-elastic surface. Ensure the belt is not cracked, separated or showing canvas fiber. Inspect all sprockets for damage. Check tensioner pulley and idler pulley for signs of grease leakage or roughness in rotation. Replace components if damaged. Installation (Mechanical Timing Belt Tensioner): Ensure camshaft and crankshaft timing marks are aligned. Rotate crankshaft pulley sprocket 1/2 tooth counterclockwise from TDC location. See Fig. 3. Install timing belt starting from crankshaft pulley sprocket, go around water pump sprocket, idler pulley, camshaft sprockets, and then around tensioner pulley. Move crankshaft sprocket to TDC to take up belt slack. Remove Allen wrench from timing belt tensioner pulley. Rotate crankshaft clockwise 2 revolutions. Check alignment of camshaft and crankshaft timing marks. If timing marks do not align, remove timing belt and realign timing marks. Continue installation in reverse of removal procedure. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges. On Neon models only, connect scan tool to Data Link Connector (DLC) under lower left edge of instrument panel. Follow scan tool instructions to access the cam/crank relearn procedure. Perform cam/crank relearn procedure. Removal (Hydraulic Timing Belt Tensioner): Raise and support vehicle. Remove right inner splash shield. Remove center bolt from crankshaft pulley. Use gear puller to remove crankshaft pulley. Remove power steering pump (hoses attached) and mounting bracket from engine. Move out of way. Lower vehicle. Place jack under engine for support. Remove right side engine mount. Remove engine mount bracket from front of engine. Remove timing belt cover. Rotate engine clockwise to align the camshaft and crankshaft timing marks. See Fig. 2.
CAUTION: To prevent pistons from hitting valves, do not rotate camshaft or crankshaft after removing the timing belt.

On models with hydraulic timig belt tensioner, do not loosen, tighten, or remove timing belt tensioner pivot bolt. Bolt is installed at factory with special threadlocking compound that is not reusable. If tensioner pivot bolt is disturbed, entire bracket assembly must be replaced. The tensioner pulley center bolt MAY be removed and installed. Inspection: Check belt teeth for damage or oil contamination. Inspect belt for glossy, hardened or non-elastic surface. Ensure the belt is not cracked, separated or showing canvas fiber. Inspect all sprockets for damage. Check tensioner pulley and idler pulley for signs of grease leakage or roughness in rotation. Replace components if damaged. Installation (Hydraulic Timing Belt Tensioner): Ensure camshaft and crankshaft timing marks are aligned. Rotate crankshaft pulley sprocket 1/2 tooth counterclockwise from TDC location. See Fig. 3.

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Fig. 4: Adjusting Timing Belt Tension (Hydraulic Timing Belt Tensioner)

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Install timing belt starting from crankshaft pulley sprocket, go around water pump sprocket, idler pulley, camshaft sprockets, and then around tensioner pulley. Move crankshaft sprocket to TDC to take up belt slack. Install timing belt tensioner, but do not final tighten fasteners yet. With 21 ft. lbs. (28 N.m) of torque applied to tensioner pulley, move tensioner against pulley bracket and tighten all bolts to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS. See Fig. 4. Remove tensioner plunger locking pin. Pretension is correct when locking pin can be removed and installed again. Rotate crankshaft clockwise 2 revolutions and check timing belt alignment marks. Reset belt if marks are not aligned. Install timing belt covers. Continue installation in reverse of removal procedure. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges. On Neon models only, connect scan tool to Data Link Connector (DLC) under lower left edge of instrument panel. Follow scan tool instructions to access the cam/crank relearn procedure. Perform cam/crank relearn procedure. TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS

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Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Camshaft Sprocket Bolt ............................................ 75 (101) Crankshaft Pulley Bolt ............................................ 105 (142) Engine Mount Bracket-To-Engine Nut/Bolt ..................... 30 (41) Engine Mount-To-Body Bracket Through Bolt ..................................................... 72-87 (98-118) Engine Mount-To-Engine Mount Bracket Nut/Bolt ........................................................................ 64 (86) Engine Mount-To-Frame Rail Bolt (Neon) ...................... 40 (54) Power Steering Pump Bolts ........................................... 29 (39) Timing Belt Tensioner Bolt Hydraulic Belt Tensioner .............................................. 30 (41) Timing Belt Tensioner Bolt Mechanical Belt Tensioner ........................................... 21 (28) Timing Belt Tensioner Pulley Bolt Hydraulic Belt Tensioner ............................................... 50 (68) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Timing Belt Cover Bolt .............................................. 106 (12) Water Pump Bolt ...................................................... 106 (12)

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Installation: Align crankshaft and balance shaft sprocket timing marks with the marks on the timing case. See Fig. 2. Install balance shaft timing belt over crankshaft and balance shaft sprockets. When installing timing belt, be sure tension side of belt has no slack. Install balance shaft belt tensioner. Assemble tensioner so that pulley is to the left of the installation bolt and pulley flange is facing the front of engine. Raise the tensioner toward belt by hand. Apply sufficient pressure so that tension side of belt is taut, then tighten tensioner bolt. Ensure that tensioner does not rotate with bolt as it is tightened, as excessive tension will be placed on the belt. Ensure that timing marks are still aligned, then check belt tension. See Fig. 2. There should be approximately .20-.28" (5.0-7.0 mm) slack on tension side of belt when belt is moved by hand. Install crankshaft sprocket flange with the raised side facing outward, then install crankshaft sprocket. Measure protrusion of auto-tensioner plunger from tensioner housing. Protrusion should be .47" (11.9 mm). Position timing belt tensioner in a soft jawed vise, then carefully compress plunger. After plunger has been compressed, insert a .055 (1.4 mm) pin or wire through tensioner body to hold plunger in place. Remove auto-tensioner from vise and install on engine. Ensure crankshaft and camshaft timing marks are aligned. See Fig. 1. With oil pump sprocket timing marks aligned, remove plug from side of engine and insert a screwdriver, with a shaft diameter of .31" (8.0 mm), into the hole. See Fig. 3. If screwdriver can be inserted 2.4" (61.0 mm) or more, alignment is correct. If screwdriver can only be inserted .8-1" (20.3-25.4 mm), rotate oil pump sprocket one revolution and realign timing marks. Ensure screwdriver can be inserted 2.4" (61.0 mm) or more. Leave screwdriver inserted in hole until after timing belt has been installed. Install camshaft timing belt, first over crankshaft sprocket, then oil pump sprocket, idler pulley, camshaft sprocket and tensioner pulley. Hold belt so there is no slack on tension side. Apply counterclockwise force on camshaft sprocket to aid in tensioning belt. Ensure that all timing marks remain aligned. Carefully position timing belt tensioner pulley against timing belt, then tighten center bolt. Rotate crankshaft pulley 1/4 turn counterclockwise, then turn clockwise, aligning crankshaft and camshaft timing marks. Loosen tensioner pulley retaining bolt, then position socket tool and a suitable torque wrench to the pulley. See Fig. 4. Tighten to specification. Tighten retaining bolt while holding the pulley in position. Install set screw tool through left hand engine support bracket. Engine may need to be raised slightly to install set screw tool. Tighten set screw tool until it contacts tensioner arm, then tighten tool slightly more. Remove pin or wire retaining auto-tensioner plunger, then remove set screw tool. Rotate engine in the clockwise direction two turns. After approximately 15 minutes, measure auto-tensioner plunger protrusion from tensioner housing. Plunger protrusion should be .15-.18" (3.8-4.6 mm). See Fig. 5, Dimension A. If protrusion is not within limits, readjust timing belt tension. Install timing belt lower and upper front covers, and tighten bolts to specification. Install crankshaft pulley and water pump pulley, and tighten attaching bolts to specification. Install drive belt tensioner pulleys. Install A/C compressor, power steering pump and alternator drive belts. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges. Check and adjust ignition timing as necessary.

TIMING BELT APPLICATION Application Labor Time Belt Part No. 2.4L 4-Cyl. Colt, Colt Vista & Colt Wagon (Canada) 1992 Balance Shaft ............ 1 ......................... 250159 Camshaft ........... 2 2.4 Hours ................. 250204 1993 Balance Shaft ............ 1 ......................... 250159 Camshaft ........... 2 2.4 Hours ................. 250230 1994 Balance Shaft ............ 1 ......................... 250168 Camshaft ........... 2 2.4 Hours ................. 250230 Expo 1992 Balance Shaft ............ 1 ......................... 250159 Camshaft ........... 2 2.4 Hours ................. 250204 1993-95 Balance Shaft ............ 1 ......................... 250168 Camshaft ........... 2 2.4 Hours ................. 250230 Summit 1992 Balance Shaft ............ 1 ......................... 250159 Camshaft ........... 2 2.4 Hours ................. 250204 1993-96 Balance Shaft ............ 1 ......................... 250168 Camshaft ......... 2 2.4 Hours ................. 250230 1 - Balance Shaft labor time included in camshaft labor time. 2 - With Air Cond. add .2 hours. With Pwr. Strng. add .2 hours.

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The manufacturer recommends the belt be replaced every 60,000 miles.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
Removal: Disconnect negative battery cable. Loosen left front wheel lug nuts, then raise and support vehicle with jack stands. Remove left front wheel and tire assembly. Remove left front inner splash shield through the wheel well. Remove coolant reservoir. Support engine with jack and wooden block placed under the oil pan. Remove right side engine mount. Remove accessory drive belts and pulleys. Remove timing belt upper and lower front covers. Rotate crankshaft in normal direction of rotation and align timing marks. See Fig. 1. Remove auto-tensioner assembly, then remove camshaft timing belt. Remove crankshaft sprocket bolt, then crankshaft sprocket and flange. Remove balance shaft timing belt tensioner pulley bolt, then remove tensioner pulley. Remove balance shaft timing belt. Ensure balance shaft (silent shaft) sprocket and crankshaft sprocket timing marks are properly aligned. See Fig. 2.

Install right side engine mount, and tighten bolts/nuts to specification. After completing installation of engine mount, remove jack and wooden block supporting engine. Install coolant reservoir. Install left front inner splash shield. Install left front wheel and tire assembly, then lower vehicle. Connect negative battery cable. TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Crankshaft Pulley Bolts .............................................. 18 (25) Right Side Engine Mount Bolt/Nuts ............................ 42 (58) Through Bolt Attaching Nuts ....................................... 25 (34) Through Bolt Nut ........................................................ 51 (70) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Tensioner Pulley Bolt ................................................. 31 (3.5) Timing Belt Front Cover Bolts ........................ 84-108 (9.6-12) Water Pump Pulley Bolts ........................................... 78 (8.9)
Fig. 3: Checking Oil Pump Sprocket Timing Mark Alignment

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Fig. 4: Adjusting Timing Belt Tension

Fig. 1: Aligning Camshaft Timing Belt Marks

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Fig. 5: Measuring Timing Belt Auto-Tensioner Protrusion

Fig. 2: Aligning Balance Shaft Marks

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TIMING BELT APPLICATION Belt Part No. Application Labor Time1 2.3L 4-Cyl. Turbo Diesel Pickup 1983-85 Balance Shaft ...... 1.8 Hours .................. 250092 Camshaft ............. 1.8 Hours .................. 250091 Ram 50 1983-85 Balance Shaft ...... 1.8 Hours .................. 250092 Camshaft ............. 1.8 Hours .................. 250091 1 - With Air Cond. add .7 hours. With Pwr. Strng. add .2 hours.

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* NOTE: This application is an interference engine. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions.
The manufacturer recommends the belt be replaced every 50,000 miles.
Fig. 2: Removing Silent Shaft Sprockets

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELTS & SPROCKETS
Removal: Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove drive belts, fan, pulleys, and timing belt covers. Position cylinder No. 1 at TDC of compression stroke and ensure timing marks are in alignment. See Fig. 1. Mark belts indicating direction of rotation. Loosen nuts and bolts securing belt tensioners. Pivot tensioners toward water pump and secure. Remove timing belts and all necessary sprockets. Remove silent shaft sprockets by removing plug from right side of block and cover from left side of block. Insert screwdriver and socket extension into holes to hold silent shafts in place. See Fig. 2.

Installation: Install crankshaft sprocket and flange ensuring flange on crankshaft sprocket B is installed correctly. See Fig. 3. Mount injection pump sprocket, if removed, and tighten nut to specifications. Install flange to injection pump sprocket, noting flange holes are offset to aid in correct installation. Lightly oil left silent shaft spacer and insert spacer with chamfered end toward seal. Install both silent shaft sprockets. Tighten nut and bolt to specifications. Keep silent shafts from turning by using method described in removal procedure. Position and secure tensioner B fully toward water pump. Align timing marks on crankshaft sprocket and silent shaft sprockets. See Fig. 4. Install timing belt B, noting reference mark if refitting old belt. Install timing belt B, ensuring tension side has no slack. Check alignment of timing marks. Loosen tensioner B mounting nut and bolt, and allow tensioner spring pressure to adjust belt. Tighten nut first, then tighten bolt. DO NOT tighten bolt first. Using index finger, press belt at center of tension side inward and measure belt deflection. Deflection should be .16-.20" (45 mm). Position and secure camshaft timing belt tensioner fully toward water pump. Align camshaft, crankshaft and injection pump timing marks. See Fig. 1. Install timing belt on pulleys in order of crankshaft sprocket, injection pump sprocket and camshaft sprocket. Ensure tension side of belt is taut and injection pump sprocket does not turn. If reusing old belt, make certain belt is installed according to rotation reference mark.

Fig. 1: Aligning Timing Marks

While keeping belt taut, loosen tensioner mounting bolts and allow tensioner spring pressure to tighten belt. Ensure timing belt and camshaft sprocket are still in mesh. Tighten upper slot-side, bolt first. Then tighten lower fulcrum-side, bolt. Tightening bolts out of specified sequence will over-tighten belt. After tightening tensioner mounting bolts, check sprocket alignment. Turn crankshaft clockwise until second tooth past timing mark on camshaft sprocket is in alignment with triangle timing mark. Turn crankshaft counterclockwise and realign timing marks. Using forefinger, press belt on tension side of belt between camshaft sprocket and injection pump sprocket. Measure belt deflection. Deflection should be .16-.20 (4-5 mm). Reverse removal procedure to complete installation. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges. TIGHTENING SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Belt Tensioner Bolts ......................................... 16-21 (22-29) Camshaft Sprocket Bolts .................................. 47-54 (64-73) Crankshaft Pulley Bolt ...................................... 33-34 (45-47) Crankshaft Sprocket Bolt .......................... 123-137 (167-186) Front Case Bolts 1983-84 .......................................................... 15-19 (20-26) Silent Shaft Sprocket Bolt .................................. 25-28 (34-39) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Front Case Bolts 1985 .......................................................... 108-120 (12-14) Valve Cover Bolts .................................................. 44-53 (5-6)

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Fig. 4: Aligning Timing Belt B Marks

Fig. 3: Installing Crankshaft Sprocket

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TIMING BELT APPLICATION Belt Labor Component Part Application Time Kit No. No. 2.4L 4-Cyl. SOHC Pickup 1990-92 Balance Shaft ... 1 .................................. 250159 Camshaft .......... 22.3 Hrs. . 2521240 ........ 250124 1993-96 Balance Shaft ... 1 .................................. 250168 Camshaft .......... 2 2.3 Hrs. ....................... 250229 Ram 50 1990-92 Balance Shaft ... 1 .................................. 250159 Camshaft .......... 22.3 Hrs. . 2521240 ........ 250124 1993 Balance Shaft ... 1 .................................. 250168 Camshaft .......... 2 2.3 Hours .................... 250229 1 - Balance Shaft labor time included in Camshaft labor time. 2 - With Air Cond. add .2 hours. With Pwr. Strng. add .2 hours. NOTE: A timing belt component kit is available for this application. See page I for information on component kits.

Fig. 1: Aligning Front Timing Belt

MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


The manufacturer recommends the belt be replaced every 60,000 miles.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
Removal: Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove radiator shroud, cooling fan and pulley. Remove all drive belts and crankshaft pulley. Remove upper timing belt covers and gaskets. Note bolt length and location.
CAUTION: DO NOT rotate crankshaft counterclockwise (as viewed from timing belt end of engine). If timing belt is to be reused, mark direction of rotation before removing.

Remove crankshaft sprocket bolt and washer. Rotate crankshaft clockwise (as viewed from timing belt end of engine) until cylinder No. 1 is at TDC of compression stroke. Align timing mark on camshaft sprocket with mark on cylinder head. See Fig. 1. Loosen timing belt tensioner adjustment bolt, and move tensioner toward water pump. Tighten bolt to secure tensioner. Remove front timing belt (belt A) and tensioner. DO NOT rotate crankshaft after timing belt has been removed.

Remove camshaft sprocket (if necessary). Remove oil pump sprocket access plug from cylinder block. See Fig. 2. Insert a .31 (8.0 mm) diameter Phillips screwdriver to block left silent shaft. Remove oil pump sprocket nut, and remove sprocket. Remove front crankshaft sprocket and flange. Note direction and order of installation for reassembly reference. Remove rear timing belt tensioner assembly. Remove rear timing belt (belt B). Inspection: Check belt teeth for cracks, damage and contamination. Inspect sprockets for damage. Check belt tensioner for leakage and roughness in rotation. Replace components if damaged. Installation: Install rear crankshaft sprocket and flange. Install right silent shaft sprocket and spacer. Spacer should be installed with chamfered end into oil seal. Align timing marks. See Fig. 3. Install rear timing belt (belt B) on sprockets. Install rear tensioner. Hold tensioner tightly against belt while tightening bolts. Ensure deflection is .20-.28" (5.07.1 mm). See Fig. 4. Install camshaft sprocket. Tighten camshaft sprocket bolt to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS. Install front timing belt tensioner, tension spring and spacer. Ensure spring is properly engaged against water pump case. Rotate tensioner toward water pump, and temporarily tighten bolts. Ensure timing marks are aligned. See Fig. 1. Install front timing belt (belt A) on crankshaft. Apply pressure on tension side of timing belt while installing belt (in order) on crankshaft, oil pump and camshaft sprockets. Loosen tensioner to apply spring pressure to timing belt. To apply tension to belt, rotate crankshaft clockwise until camshaft sprocket timing mark is offset by 2 teeth. Tighten tensioner bolt. Tighten tensioner spacer nut.

To check belt tension, apply slight thumb pressure and measure deflection between camshaft and oil pump sprocket. Belt deflection should be .55" (14.0 mm). See Fig. 5. To complete installation, reverse removal procedure. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges. TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) A/C Tensioner Pulley Bracket Bolt .................... 17-20 (23-27) Camshaft Sprocket Bolt .................................... 58-72 (79-98) Crankshaft Pulley Bolt ...................................... 11-13 (15-18) Crankshaft Sprocket Bolt ............................. 80-94 (109-127) Damper Pulley Bolt ........................................... 11-13 (15-18) Engine Support Bracket Bolt ............................. 36-47 (49-64) Silent Shaft Sprocket Bolt .................................. 25-29 (34-39) Timing Belt A Tensioner Bolt .......................... 16-22 (22-30) Timing Belt B Tensioner Bolt .......................... 11-16 (15-22) Water Pump Bolt Except 8 X 65 mm .................................................... 10 (14) 8 X 65 mm ...................................................... 15-19 (20-26) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Timing Belt Cover Bolt ...................................... 84-108 (9-12) Valve Cover Bolt .................................................... 48-60 (5-7) Water Pump Pulley Bolt ........................................ 72-84 (8-9)

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Fig. 4: Installing Timing Belt B Tensioner (Typical)

Fig. 5: Checking Timing Belt A Tension (Typical)

Fig. 2: Holding Silent Shaft In Stationary Position

Fig. 3: Aligning Rear Timing Belt

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CHRYSLER & MITSUBISHI *3.0L V6 DOHC


* NOTE: This application is an interference engine. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions.

TIMING BELT APPLICATION Belt Part No. Application Labor Time1 3.0L V6 DOHC Diamante 1992-96 ................ 3.8 Hours ................. 250195 Stealth 1991-96 Non-Turbo ........ 3.4 Hours ................. 250195 Turbo ................. 3.6 Hours ................. 250195 3000GT 1991-98 Non-Turbo ........ 3.4 Hours ................. 250195 Turbo ................. 3.6 Hours ................. 250195 1 - With Air Cond. add .2 hours. With Pwr. Strng. add .2 hours.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
Removal (Diamante): Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove left front and left side splash shields. Using engine hoist, lift engine to remove weight from engine mounts. Remove alternator and drive belt tensioner assembly. Remove engine support bracket. Disconnect power steering connections. On 1993-96 models, remove camshaft position sensor and crankshaft position sensor. Remove crankshaft pulley. On vehicles with ABS, remove overflow tank and bracket. Remove generator/air conditioning idler pulley.
NOTE: Remove remaining engine mount bracket bolts in sequence. Lubricate reamer bolt with penetrating oil before and during removal. See Fig. 1.

MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


Chrysler: Up to 1993 model year, the manufacturer recommends the belt be replaced every 60,000 miles. For 1994-96 model years, the manufacturer recommends replacing the timing belt at 60,000 miles, except in California. In California, belt replacement is recommended, but not required at 60,000 miles. Replace belt at 100,000 miles, unless previously changed. Mitsubishi: For 1991-93 model years, the manufacturer recommends the belt be replaced every 60,000 miles. For 1995-94 model years, the manufacturer recommends the belt be replaced every 60,000 miles except in California. In California, timing belt replacement is recommended, but not required, at 60,000 miles. Replace timing belt at 100,000 miles, unless previously changed. For 1996-97 model years, the manufacturer recommends the belt be replaced every 60,000 miles except in California and Massachusetts. In California and Massachusetts, timing belt replacement is recommended, but not required, at 60,000 miles. Replace timing belt at 100,000 miles, unless previously changed. For 1998-99 model years, the manufacturer recommends the belt be replaced every 60,000 miles except in California, Connecticut, and Massachusetts. In California, Connecticut, and Massachusetts, timing belt replacement is recommended, but not required, at 60,000 miles. In these states, replace timing belt at 100,000 miles, unless previously changed.

Remove timing belt covers. Turn crankshaft clockwise to align all timing marks. Loosen center bolt on tensioner pulley to relieve belt tension. Remove timing belt. Mark rotation direction if belt is to be reused.

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Fig. 2: Exploded View Of Timing Belt Components

Fig. 1: Removing Engine Support Bracket Bolts

CHRYSLER & MITSUBISHI *3.0L V6 DOHC (Cont.)


Removal (Stealth & 3000GT): Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove lower splash shields. Remove cruise control actuator (if equipped). Remove drive belts. Remove alternator. Remove drive belt tensioner. Using Holder (MB990767) and Adapter Bolts (MD998754) or equivalent, remove crankshaft pulley. See Fig. 2. Disconnect brake fluid level sensor. Remove upper timing belt covers. Support engine. Remove front engine mount through-bolt and front engine mount.
NOTE: Engine support bracket reamer bolt may be seized. Apply penetrating lubricant to bolt during remove.

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Remove drive belt idler pulley. Remove engine support bracket bolts in sequence. See Fig. 1. Remove engine support bracket. Remove timing belt upper and lower covers, noting length and location of cover bolts. Rotate crankshaft to align all timing marks. See Fig. 3 . Loosen tensioner center bolt. Remove timing belt. Installation (Diamante, Stealth & 3000GT): Place automatic tensioner assembly in a soft-jawed vise. Slowly close vise to press rod back into tensioner until both rod and housing holes are aligned. Install a .055" (1.40 mm) diameter wire through both holes. Remove tensioner from vise, and install assembly with wire in place. Install crankshaft sprocket (if removed). Align timing marks on crankshaft and camshaft sprockets. See Fig. 3.
CAUTlON: Turning camshaft sprockets while No. 1 cylinder is at TDC may damage valve and piston. Use care when aligning timing marks.

Rotate timing belt tensioner pulley until pin holes are located above center bolt. See Fig. 7. Push tensioner pulley against belt, and tighten center bolt. Ensure all timing marks are aligned, and remove clips. Rotate crankshaft 1/4 revolution counterclockwise. Rotate crankshaft clockwise until timing marks are realigned. Loosen tensioner center bolt. Using Tensioner Pulley Socket (MD998767) or equivalent, apply approximately 90 INCH Ibs. (10 N.m) torque to tensioner pulley to prevent it from turning. See Fig. 7. Retighten center bolt to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS. Ensure tensioner pulley does not rotate while tightening center bolt. Rotate crankshaft 2 revolutions clockwise. Wait 5 minutes. Verify wire can still be moved easily, or automatic tensioner rod projects from tensioner body .15-.18" (3.8-4.5 mm). If wire does not move easily, or rod projection is not to specification, repeat previous five steps. Remove wire.

NOTE: Lubricate engine support bracket reamer bolt while it is tightened slowly.

To complete installation, reverse removal procedure. Install bolts into correct timing belt cover holes. Install bolts into engine support bracket in reverse order of removal sequence. See Fig. 1. Tighten bolts to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges. TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Automatic Tensioner Bolt ............................................ 17 (23) Camshaft Sprocket Bolt .............................................. 66 (90) Crankshaft Pulley Bolt ............................................ 136 (185) Engine Support Bracket Bolt 10 X 40 mm .................................................... 47-54 (64-73) Except 10 X 40mm ..................................... 76-83 (103-113) Timing Belt Tensioner Arm Bolt .................................. 31 (42) Timing Belt Tensioner Pulley Nut ............................... 36 (49) Water Pump Bolt ........................................................ 17 (23) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Timing Belt Cover Bolt ...................................... 84-108 (9-12)

To lower No. 1 piston from TDC and prevent valve and piston contact, turn crankshaft back 3 sprocket teeth (measured at timing mark). Starting with front bank of cylinders, verify intake and exhaust camshaft timing marks are not within shaded area of figure. See Fig. 4.

WARNING: Use care when aligning timing marks. When camshaft sprocket timing marks are in indicated area, camshaft is under valve spring pressure and may rotate suddenly, pinching hand between sprockets.

If camshaft sprocket timing mark is within indicated area, carefully rotate camshaft sprocket until timing mark is located in nearest safe area. See Fig. 4. Rotate either camshaft sprocket clockwise to align timing marks as shown in illustration. See Fig. 5 . If camshaft sprocket is rotated past timing mark, rotate it counterclockwise to realign it. Repeat procedure for other front bank camshaft sprocket.

NOTE: If necessary, crankshaft sprocket may be turned one tooth counterclockwise to aid belt installation.

Repeat previous three steps and this step for rear cylinder bank camshafts. Align crankshaft timing mark. Install timing belt onto sprockets in sequence. See Fig. 6. Use springtype paper clips to secure belt on sprockets. Use wrenches on camshaft sprocket bolts to prevent camshafts from turning during belt installation.
Fig. 3: Aligning Timing Marks

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Fig. 6: Installing Timing Belt Fig. 4: Aligning Timing Marks To Prevent Valve & Piston Damage

Fig. 7: Adjusting Timing Belt Tensioner

Fig. 5: Aligning Timing Marks - Final Alignment

DAEWOO *1.6L 4-Cylinder DOHC


TIMING BELT APPLICATION Belt Part No. Application Labor Time 1 1.6L 4-Cyl. DOHC Lanos 1999-2001 ............. 2.3 Hours .................. 250310 1 With Air Cond. add .2 hours.

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MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


The manufacturer recommends replacing the belt at 60,000 miles, except in California. In California, inspect the belt at 60,000 miles and replace the belt at 102,000 miles.

* NOTE: This application is an interference engine. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
Removal: Disconnect negative battery cable. Disconnect intake air temperature sensor connector from intake air duct. Disconnect the air intake tube from the throttle body. Disconnect the breather tube from the valve cover. Remove the air filter housing. Raise and support the vehicle. Remove right front wheel. Remove right front splash shield from wheelwell. Remove accessory drive belts. See Fig. 1. Remove power steering pump pulley bolts (if equipped). Remove power steering pump pulley. Remove crankshaft pulley center bolt. Remove crankshaft pulley. Lower vehicle. Remove upper and lower timing belt covers. See Fig. 2. Remove power steering pump mount bolts (if equipped). Set power steering pump aside with hoses attached. Using crankshaft center bolt, rotate crankshaft one full turn clockwise (as viewed from timing belt end of engine). Align mark on crankshaft sprocket with notch at bottom of rear timing belt cover. See Fig. 3. Ensure camshaft sprocket timing marks face each other. See Fig. 4.
CAUTION: Engine damage could result if camshaft sprockets are not properly aligned with notches on valve cover.

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Fig. 1: Removing A/C Compressor Drive Belt

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Slightly loosen water pump bolts. Using Timing Belt Adjuster (J-42492), rotate water pump counterclockwise to relieve tension on the timing belt. See Fig. 5. Remove timing belt. Installation: Ensure crankshaft and camshaft timing timing marks are still aligned. Install the timing belt. See Fig. 6. Turn water pump clockwise until the adjust arm pointer on the automatic tensioner aligns with the notch on the automatic tensioner bracket. See Fig. 7. Tighen water pump bolts. Using crankshaft center bolt, turn crankshaft clockwise (as viewed from timing belt end of engine) 2 full revolutions. Loosen water pump bolts. Rotate water pump until the adjust arm pointer on the automatic tensioner is aligned with the pointer on the automatic tensioner bracket. See Fig. 8. Final tighten water pump bolts. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS table. Remove crankshaft sprocket center bolt. Install power steering pump (if equipped). Tighten bolts to specification. Install timing belt covers. Install crankshaft pulley. Tighten center bolt to specification.

Fig. 2: Timing Belt Covers

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Fig. 3: Aligning Crankshaft Sprocket Timing Mark

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DAEWOO *1.6L 4-Cylinder DOHC (Cont.)


Install power steering pump pulley (if removed). Install accessory drive belts. Install right front splash shield. Install right front wheel. Install air filter housing. Connect air intake temperature sensor connector. Connect negative battery cable. Adjust drive belts to correct tension. See page A60 for belt tension ranges. TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Camshaft Sprocket Bolt .................................................. 49 (68) Crankshaft Pulley Center Bolt Step 1 ............................................................................ 70 (95) Step 2 ............................................................ Plus 30 Degrees Step 3 ............................................................ Plus 15 Degrees Power Steering Pump Mount Bolt ................................... 18 (25) Power Steering Pump Pulley Bolt ................................... 18 (25) Timing Belt Automatic Tensioner Bolt ............................. 18 (25) Water Pump Bolt ............................................................ 10 (89) Wheel Lug Nuts ....................................................... 88 (120) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Timing Belt Cover Bolt ................................................ 89 (10)
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Fig. 4: Aligning Camshaft Sprocket Timing Marks

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Fig. 7: Aligning Timing Belt Tensioner WIth Notch


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Fig. 5: Moving Water Pump To Relieve Timing Belt Tension

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Fig. 6: Timing Belt Routing

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Fig. 8: Aligning Timing Belt Tensioner With Pointer

DAEWOO 1.6L & 2.0L 4-Cylinder


TIMING BELT APPLICATION Application 1.6L 4-Cyl. Optima 1988-91 .......... 2.9 Hrs. ............................. 250148 2.0L 4-Cyl. Optima 1988-89 .......... 2.9 Hrs. ............................. 250081 1990-91 .......... 2.9 Hrs. ...... 2521630 ........ 250163 1 - With Air Cond. add .5 hours. Labor Time1 Component Kit No. Belt Part No.

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NOTE: A timing belt component kit is available for this application. See page I for information on component kits.

Loosen water pump attaching bolts. On water pump eccentric, use special tool (J-33039-A) or equivalent to release tension. Remove crankshaft pulley. Remove timing belt from camshaft and crankshaft sprockets. Installation (2.0L): Align timing marks on camshaft and crankshaft sprockets with marks on timing belt rear cover. Place timing belt on camshaft and crankshaft sprockets and tensioner. Use special tool (J-33039-A) or equivalent to rotate water pump eccentric until tensioner touches stop. Slightly tighten water pump attaching bolts. Rotate crankshaft clockwise 2 revolutions. Rotate water pump eccentric counterclockwise until hole in tensioner arm is in line with hole in base. Tighten water pump attaching bolts and make sure tensioner holes are still aligned. To complete installation, reverse removal procedure. Adjust drive belt to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges. TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Water Pump Bolts ..................................................... 18 (24)

MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


Although the manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
Removal (1.6L): Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove accessory drive belts. Remove power steering pump. Remove timing belt cover. Remove air cleaner. Mark all hoses for installation reference and disconnect hoses from valve cover. Remove valve cover. Remove timing belt. Installation (1.6L): Align camshaft sprocket mark with mark on rear timing belt cover. Install timing belt. To complete installation, reverse removal procedure. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. Removal (2.0L): Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove drive belt. Remove power steering pump and bracket. Remove serpentine drive belt tensioner as an assembly. Remove timing belt cover. See Fig. 1.

Fig. 1: Exploded View Of Timing Belt & Related Components (2.0L)

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DAEWOO *2.0L 4-Cylinder DOHC

TIMING BELT APPLICATION Application Labor Time Belt Part No. 2.0L 4-Cyl. DOHC Nubira 1999-2001 ............. 1.8 Hours .................. 250309

MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


The manufacturer recommends replacing the belt at 72,000 miles, except in California. In California, inspect the belt at 60,000 miles and replace the belt at 102,000 miles.

* NOTE: This application is an interference engine. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
Removal: Disconnect negative battery cable. Disconnect intake air temperature sensor connector from intake air duct. Disconnect the air intake tube from the throttle body. Disconnect the breather tube from the valve cover. Remove the air filter housing. Raise and support the vehicle. Remove right front wheel. Remove right front splash shield from wheelwell. Remove serpentine accessory drive belt. Remove crankshaft pulley bolts. It is NOT necessary to remove crankshaft sprocket center bolt. Remove crankshaft pulley. Lower vehicle. Support engine assembly from above with Support Fixture (J-28467-B). See Fig. 1. Remove engine mount bracket from timing belt end of engine. See Fig. 2. Remove front timing belt cover. Using crankshaft center bolt, rotate crankshaft one full turn clockwise (as viewed from timing belt end of engine). Align mark on crankshaft sprocket with notch at bottom of rear timing belt cover. See Fig. 3. Align camshaft sprocket timing marks with notches on valve cover. See Fig. 4.
CAUTION: Engine damage could result if camshaft sprockets are not properly aligned with notches on valve cover.

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Fig. 1: Supporting Engine Assembly

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Fig. 2: Removing Engine Mount Bracket

Loosen the automatic tensioner bolt. Use an Allen wrench to rotate tensioner and relieve tension on timing belt. See Fig. 5. Remove timing belt. Installation: Ensure crankshaft and camshaft timing timing marks are still aligned. Install the timing belt. See Fig. 6. Turn the timing belt tensioner clockwise to tension the timing belt. Turn tensioner until the pointer aligns with the notch on the rear timing belt cover. Tighten automatic tensioner bolt. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS table. Using crankshaft center bolt, turn crankshaft clockwise (as viewed from timing belt end of engine) 2 full revolutions. Ensure timing belt tensioner pointer is still aligned with notch. If timing belt tensioner is correctly aligned, install timing belt cover. Install the engine mount bracket on the timing belt end of engine. Install crankshaft pulley. Install serpentine accessory drive belt. Install right front splash shield. Install right front wheel. Install air filter housing. Connect air intake temperature sensor connector. Connect negative battery cable.

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Fig. 3: Aligning Crankshaft Sprocket Timing Mark

DAEWOO *2.0L 4-Cylinder DOHC (Cont.)


TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS

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Fig. 4: Aligning Camshaft Sprocket Timing Marks

Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Camshaft Sprocket Bolt Step 1 ............................................................................ 37 (50) Step 2 ............................................................ Plus 60 Degrees Step 3 ............................................................ Plus 15 Degrees Crankshaft Pulley Bolt ................................................ 15 (20) Crankshaft Sprocket Center Bolt Step 1 .......................................................................... 96 (130) Step 2 ....................................................... Plus 40-50 Degrees Engine Mount Bracket Bolt ............................................. 44 (60) Timing Belt Idler Pulley Bolt/Nut ..................................... 18 (25) Timing Belt Tensioner Bolt ......................................... 18 (25) Water Pump Bolt ............................................................ 15 (20) Wheel Lug Nuts ....................................................... 88 (120) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Timing Belt Cover Bolt .................................................. 53 (6)

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Fig. 6: Timing Belt Routing

Fig. 5: Identifying Timing Belt Tensioner

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DAEWOO *2.2L 4-Cylinder DOHC

TIMING BELT APPLICATION Application Labor Time Belt Part No. 2.2L 4-Cyl. DOHC Leganza 1999-2001 ............. 1.8 Hours .................. 250305

MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


The manufacturer recommends replacing the belt at 72,000 miles, except in California. In California, inspect the belt at 60,000 miles and replace the belt at 102,000 miles.

* NOTE: This application is an interference engine. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
Removal: Disconnect negative battery cable. Disconnect intake air temperature sensor connector from intake air duct. Disconnect the air intake tube from the throttle body. Disconnect the breather tube from the valve cover. Remove resonator from throttle body. Remove air filter housing. Raise and support the vehicle. Remove right front wheel. Remove right front splash shield from wheelwell. Remove serpentine accessory drive belt. Remove crankshaft pulley bolts. It is NOT necessary to remove crankshaft sprocket center bolt. Remove crankshaft pulley. Lower vehicle. Support engine assembly from above with Support Fixture (J-28467-B). See Fig. 1. Remove engine mount bracket from timing belt end of engine. See Fig. 2. Remove power steering hose clamp bolt, and position hose away from timing belt cover. Remove front timing belt cover. See Fig. 7. Using crankshaft center bolt, rotate crankshaft one full turn clockwise (as viewed from timing belt end of engine). Align mark on crankshaft sprocket with notch at bottom of rear timing belt cover. See Fig. 3. Align camshaft sprocket timing marks with notches on valve cover. See Fig. 4.
CAUTION: Engine damage could result if camshaft sprockets are not properly aligned with notches on valve cover.

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Fig. 1: Supporting Engine Assembly

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Fig. 2: Removing Engine Mount Bracket

Loosen the automatic tensioner bolt. Use an Allen wrench to rotate tensioner and relieve tension on timing belt. See Fig. 5. Remove timing belt. Installation: Ensure crankshaft and camshaft timing timing marks are still aligned. Install the timing belt. See Fig. 6. Turn the timing belt tensioner counterclockwise to tension the timing belt. Turn tensioner until the pointer aligns with the notch on the rear timing belt cover. Tighten automatic tensioner bolt. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS table. Using crankshaft center bolt, turn crankshaft clockwise (as viewed from timing belt end of engine) 2 full revolutions. Ensure timing belt tensioner pointer is still aligned with notch. If timing belt tensioner is correctly aligned, install timing belt cover. Install the engine mount bracket on the timing belt end of engine. Position power steering hose in place and install clamp bolt. Install crankshaft pulley. Install serpentine accessory drive belt.

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Fig. 3: Aligning Crankshaft Sprocket Timing Mark

Install right front splash shield. Install right front wheel. Install air filter housing and resonator. Connect air intake temperature sensor connector. Connect negative battery cable.

DAEWOO *2.2L 4-Cylinder DOHC (Cont.)


TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS

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Fig. 4: Aligning Camshaft Sprocket Timing Marks

Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Camshaft Sprocket Bolt Step 1 ............................................................................ 37 (50) Step 2 ............................................................ Plus 60 Degrees Step 3 ............................................................ Plus 15 Degrees Crankshaft Pulley Bolt ................................................ 15 (20) Crankshaft Sprocket Center Bolt Step 1 .......................................................................... 96 (130) Step 2 ....................................................... Plus 40-50 Degrees Engine Mount Bracket Bolt ............................................. 44 (60) Timing Belt Idler Pulley Bolt/Nut ..................................... 18 (25) Timing Belt Tensioner Bolt ......................................... 18 (25) Water Pump Bolt ............................................................ 15 (20) Wheel Lug Nuts ....................................................... 88 (120) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Power Steering Hose Clamp Bolt .................................... 71 (8) Timing Belt Cover Bolt .................................................. 53 (6)

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Fig. 5: Identifying Timing Belt Tensioner

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Fig. 7: Timing Belt Cover

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Fig. 6: Timing Belt Routing

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DAIHATSU *1.0L 3-Cylinder


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TIMING BELT APPLICATION Belt Part No. Application Labor Time 1.0L 3-Cyl. Charade 1988-92 ................. 1.8 Hours .................. 250178 1 - With Air Cond. add .3 hours.

Inspection: Inspect idler pulley for smooth rotation. Replace if necessary. Inspect idler pulley tension spring for damage. Check tension spring free length and tension. Replace spring if free length and tension are not within specification. See TIMING BELT PULLEY SPECIFICATIONS. TIMING BELT PULLEY SPECIFICATIONS Application Specification Camshaft Belt Pulley Diamter .................... 4.72 (119.9 mm) Crankshaft Belt Pulley Diameter ...................... 2.33 (59.3 mm) Idler Pulley Tension Spring Free Length .......... 2.13 (54.0 mm) Spring Tension ................................................ 3.6 Lbs. @ 2.56

MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


The manufacturer recommends the belt be replaced every 60,000 miles.

* NOTE: This application is an interference engine. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
Removal: Disconnect negative battery cable. Loosen accelerator cable lock nut. Remove accelerator cable from throttle body and clamp. Remove vent hose from valve cover. Remove air cleaner assembly, and mark all hoses for installation reference. Remove alternator electrical connector. On models equipped with A/C, loosen idler pulley mounting nut. Loosen adjusting bolt, and remove drive belt. On all models, remove alternator drive belt. Remove right lower engine cover. Using a wooden block and jack, apply slight pressure to oil pan to release pressure from front mounts. Remove front mount bracket-tomount nuts. Remove front mount bracket-to-cylinder head bolts. Remove the 3 front engine mounting bracket-to-cylinder head attaching bolts. See Fig. 1 and Fig. 2. Slightly lower jack and remove front mount bracket. Remove water pump pulley. Working from left side fenderwell, place socket on crankshaft pulley bolt, and rotate crankshaft so No. 1 cylinder is at TDC of compression stroke. Ensure timing mark on flywheel aligns with mating mark on bellhousing. See Fig. 3. Remove oil filter cap. Ensure exhaust valve rocker on No. 1 cylinder is free. If rocker is not free, rotate crankshaft 360 degrees (1 turn), and align timing marks. Insert screwdriver through bellhousing to hold ring gear, and remove crankshaft pulley retaining bolt. Remove crankshaft pulley. Remove upper and lower timing belt covers. Remove flange on front of crankshaft pulley. See Fig. 4. If reusing timing belt, mark belt rotation direction. Loosen idler pulley bolt. Position pulley as far left as possible, and tighten pulley bolt. Remove timing belt. Remove idler pulley and spring. If replacing belt pulleys, remove crankshaft belt pulley and flange. For camshaft belt pulley, remove pulley retaining bolt. Pulley can be held by installing rod through pulley hole and resting it against rib on cylinder head. Using Pulley (09213-87701-000) remove camshaft belt pulley.

Fig. 1: Removing Engine Front Mounting Bracket Nuts

Fig. 2: Removing Cylinder Head Mounting Bracket

DAIHATSU *1.0L 3-Cylinder (Cont.)


Inspect all belt pulleys for wear in belt areas. Measure diameter of crankshaft and camshaft belt pulleys. Replace pulleys if measurements are not to specification. Installation: Install camshaft belt pulley. Tighten retaining bolt to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS. Install crankshaft belt pulley and inner flange in proper direction. See Fig. 4. Install idler pulley and tension spring. Position pulley as far left as possible. Align camshaft and crankshaft mating marks. See Fig. 5. Install timing belt on engine. If installing used belt, ensure it is installed in original rotation direction. If installing new belt, align the mark on back of belt with mating mark on each pulley. After belt is installed, loosen idler pulley to apply spring tension on idler pulley. Temporarily tighten idler pulley bolt. Temporarily install bolt in crankshaft and rotate crankshaft COUNTERCLOCKWISE 2 complete revolutions until No. 1 piston is at TDC. The F mark on camshaft drive pulley should be toward top when No. 1 piston is at TDC. Loosen idler pulley bolt to apply spring tension against timing belt. Tighten idler pulley bolt to specification. Ensure all timing marks align. Install outer flange on crankshaft pulley, with protruding side toward crankshaft belt pulley. To complete installation, reverse removal procedure. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges. TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Camshaft Sprocket Bolt .................................... 22-33 (30-44) Crankshaft Sprocket Bolt .................................. 65-72 (88-98) Timing Belt Tensioner Bolt ............................... 25-33 (34-44) Water Pump Bolts ............................................ 11-16 (15-22) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Timing Belt Cover Bolts ........................................ 18-36 (2-4) Water Pump Pulley Bolt ........................................ 53-80 (6-9)

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Fig. 4: Installing Crankshaft Pulley & Flanges

Fig. 5: Aligning Crankshaft & Camshaft Mating Marks

Fig. 3: Aligning Flywheel Timing Marks

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DAIHATSU *1.3L & *1.6L 4-Cylinder


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TIMING BELT APPLICATION Belt Part No. Application Labor Time 1.3L 4-Cyl. Charade 1988-92 ................. 1.8 Hours .................. 250181 1.6L 4-Cyl. Rocky 1990-92 ................. 2.3 Hours .................. 250182 1 - With Air Cond. add .3 hours.

MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


The manufacturer recommends the belt be replaced every 60,000 miles.

* NOTE: This application is an interference engine. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
Removal (1.3L): Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove air conditioner drive belt and idler assembly (if equipped). Remove air conditioner compressor, leaving hoses attached. Remove power steering pump from engine. Mark and remove all hoses attached to air cleaner. Remove air cleaner. Remove oil pressure switch wire harness brackets, and pull wire toward throttle body. Loosen water pump pulley bolts. Remove water pump pulley and belt. Slightly raise engine, and disconnect engine mount bracket and insulators. Remove service hole cover to access crankshaft pulley bolts. See Fig. 1. Remove crankshaft pulley by removing 4 small attaching bolts. Remove upper and lower timing belt covers. Rotate engine until F mark on camshaft sprocket aligns with timing mark on cylinder head cover. See Fig. 2. If reusing belt, mark arrow on belt to indicate direction of rotation. Loosen timing belt tensioner bolt, and move tensioner away from belt. Tighten timing belt tensioner. Remove timing belt from engine. Remove cylinder head cover.

Removal (1.6L): Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove air cleaner assembly. Loosen and remove drive belts. Remove radiator reserve tank. Disconnect clutch cable clamps from upper radiator shroud. Disconnect fan clutch. Remove radiator fan shroud and fan clutch. Remove water pump pulley and belt. Remove crankshaft pulley attaching bolts and remove pulley. Remove 8 timing belt cover bolts. Remove timing belt cover. Rotate engine until F mark on camshaft sprocket aligns with timing indicator on cylinder head cover. See Fig. 2. If reusing belt, mark arrow on belt to indicate direction of rotation. Loosen timing belt tensioner bolt, and move tensioner away from belt. Tighten timing belt tensioner, and remove timing belt from engine. Inspection (1.3L & 1.6L): Inspect timing belt for wear and defects. Check timing belt tensioner for smooth rotation. Ensure tensioner contact surface is clean and not damaged. Check camshaft for smooth rotation. Check sides of belt. If belt side is damaged, check sprocket flange.

Fig. 2: Locating Timing Belt Alignment Marks

Fig. 1: Locating Service Hole Cover (Charade) Fig. 3: Adjusting Timing Belt

DAIHATSU *1.3L & *1.6L 4-Cylinder (Cont.)


Check for dirt or contamination on sprocket teeth. Measure sprocket diameter. Camshaft sprocket should be 4.717" (119.8 mm). Crankshaft sprocket should be 2.335' (59.37 mm). Clean and/or repair as necessary. Installation (1.3L & 1.6L): Install crankshaft timing belt sprocket (if removed). Ensure recessed side of crankshaft sprocket flange faces engine block. Ensure crankshaft sprocket timing notch (drilled mark) aligns with timing indicator on engine. See Fig. 2. Tighten crankshaft timing belt sprocket bolt to 65-72 ft. lbs. (88-98 N.m). Install camshaft timing belt sprocket (if removed). Tighten camshaft sprocket bolts to 11-16 ft. lbs. (15-22 N.m). Apply Sealant (Three Bond 1104) or equivalent, to cylinder head near camshaft bearing cap contact areas. Install cylinder head cover. Ensure camshaft and crankshaft sprockets are aligned. See Fig. 2. Install timing belt on sprockets. If installing used belt, ensure there are 35 teeth between sprocket timing notches (drilled marks), and belt rotates in same direction. If installing new belt, align marks on belt with timing notches (drilled marks) on sprockets. See Fig. 2. Loosen tensioner lock bolt to apply tension to timing belt. Tighten tensioner lock bolt. Rotate crankshaft clockwise 1.9 turns until F mark on camshaft comes within 3 teeth of indicator mark on engine. See Fig. 3.
CAUTION: DO NOT allow engine to rotate counterclockwise during timing belt adjustment.

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Check belt tension. At midpoint, belt should deflect 0.2" (5 mm) with a pushing force of 1.8-3.5 Ibs. (0.8-1.6 kg). To complete installation, reverse removal procedure. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges. TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) A/C Idler Pulley Bolt .......................................... 23-35 (31-47) Camshaft Sprocket Bolts .................................. 11-16 (15-22) Crankshaft Pulley Bolts .................................... 15-22 (20-30) Crankshaft Sprocket Bolt .................................. 65-72 (88-98) Timing Belt Tensioner Bolt ................................. 2-32 (30-44) Water Pump Bolts ............................................ 11-16 (15-22) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Timing Belt Cover Bolts ........................................ 18-35 (2-4) Water Pump Pulley Bolt ........................................ 53-80 (6-9)

Loosen tensioner lock bolt, and rotate crankshaft until F mark aligns with indicator mark on engine. Tighten timing belt tensioner lock bolt to 22-32 ft. lbs. (30-44 N.m). Ensure both timing marks are aligned with indicators.

Fig. 5: Timing Belt Components - 1.6L

Fig. 4: Timing Belt Components - 1.3L

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EAGLE 2.2L 4-Cylinder

TIMING BELT APPLICATION Application Labor Time Belt Part No. 2.2L 4-Cyl. Medallion 1989 ................... 2.3 Hours ................ 250140

MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


Although the manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
Removal: Remove hood. Disconnect negative battery cable. Drain coolant and discharge A/C system. Remove grille, radiator support and facia panel. Disconnect cooling fan and thermoswitch wires. Remove radiator, cooling fan and A/C condenser. Loosen power steering pump belt. Remove timing belt cover. Loosen serpentine drive belt adjustment bolt and nut. Loosen belt and remove from water pump pulley. Remove water pump pulley bolt and pulley. Remove water pump attaching bolts. Remove water pump, gasket, timing belt and timing belt tensioner. Installation: Use feeler gauge to measure clearance between intermediate shaft cover and timing belt tensioner. Clearance should be .004" (.10 mm). See Fig. 1. Turn adjusting screw to adjust clearance. Position camshaft sprocket timing index in line with static timing mark. Position crankshaft so No. 1 piston is at TDC of compression stroke. Remove plug in cylinder block and insert TDC Rod (Mot. 861) into TDC hole in crankcase. Install timing belt. See Fig. 2. Position timing belt cover over sprockets and check camshaft timing mark with index on cover. Remove TDC rod and install plug in cylinder block. Rotate camshaft clockwise 2 complete revolutions. DO NOT rotate counterclockwise. Remove timing belt cover and loosen timing belt tensioner bolts a maximum of 1/4 turn. Spring loaded timing belt tensioner will automatically adjust to correct position. Ensure clearance between timing belt tensioner and intermediate shaft cover is .004" (.10 mm). Tighten lower timing belt tensioner bolt. Tighten upper bolt. Test belt tension with Tension Gauge (Ele 343). Deflection should be .216-.276" (5.5-7.0 mm). Install water pump with new gasket. Loosen timing belt tensioner bolts and allow tensioner spring to tighten timing belt. Retighten timing belt tensioner bolts. Install timing belt cover, water pump pulley and water pump pulley bolt. Reverse removal procedures to complete installation. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A60 for belt tension ranges. TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Camshaft Sprocket Bolt .............................................. 37 (50) Crankshaft Pulley Bolt .............................................. 96 (130)

Fig. 1: Checking Timing Belt Tensioner Clearance

Fig. 2: Installing Timing Belt

FIAT *1.3L & *1.5L 4-Cylinder


TIMING BELT APPLICATION Belt Part No. Application Labor Time1 1.3L 4-Cyl. 128 1973-78 ................ 2.3 Hours ................. 250018 1979 ..................... 2.4 Hours ................. 250018 X1/9 1974-78 ................ 2.3 Hours ................. 250018 1.5L 4-Cyl. Strada 1979-82 ................ 2.0 Hours ................. 250069 X1/9 1979-83 ................ 2.0 Hours ................. 250069 1 - With Air Cond. add .2 hours.

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NOTE: If camshaft is turned independently of engine, valves may hit pistons causing engine damage.

Remove right guard from under engine. Remove timing belt cover. Loosen alternator and remove alternator/water pump drive belt. Loosen air pump and remove drive belt. Remove valve cover and check that camshaft lobes of No. 4 cylinder are pointing up. Remove distributor. Loosen idler pulley lock nut. Remove timing belt starting at idler pulley. Installation (X1/9): Install timing belt making sure that teeth are properly engaged in sprockets. Start installation of timing belt at crankshaft pulley. Release idler pulley lock nut and retighten after tension is on belt.
NOTE: Never allow engine to rotate backwards, or slack will develop in belt and belt will jump timing.

MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


The manufacturer recommends the belt be replaced at the following intervals: On 1974-78 models, replace belt every 36,000 miles. On 1979 1.3L 4-Cylinder, replace belt every 36,000 miles. On 1979-83 1.5L 4-Cylinder, replace belt every 30,000 miles.

Rotate engine 2 turns in direction of engine rotation. Loosen idler pulley lock nut to ensure all slack is removed. Retighten lock nut. Rotate engine until No. 4 cylinder is in firing position (cam lobe up). Install remaining components in reverse of removal order. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges. TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Camshaft Sprocket Bolt .............................................. 61 (85) Crankshaft Pulley/Sprocket Nut .............................. 101 (137) Timing Belt Tensioner Pulley Nut ............................... 33 (45)

* NOTE: This application is an interference engine. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
NOTE: This procedure is with engine in vehicle. If a timing belt is loosened or removed to perform repair work, it should always be replaced.

Removal (128 & Strada): Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove right guard and loosen timing belt cover retaining screws, from under vehicle. Remove timing belt cover. Check timing by aligning index marks on top and bottom of camshaft sprocket with index marks on engine mounting and upper case. Index on crankshaft sprocket should be in alignment with index on crankshaft seal case. Put vehicle in low gear and apply hand brake to prevent crankshaft from turning. Remove fan belt, loosen tensioner pulley retaining nut and relieve tension. Remove timing belt. Installation (128 & Strada): Install new belt, making sure belt and sprocket teeth engage correctly. Tighten pulley support nut. Recheck timing. Install remaining components. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. Removal (X1/9): Disconnect negative battery cable. Rotate No. 4 cylinder into firing position at top dead center. Position transmission into 4th gear, to prevent crankshaft from turning. Apply parking brake.

Fig. 1: Aligning Timing Marks

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FIAT *1.6L & *1.8L 4-Cylinder


NOTE: Anytime tension is relieved from timing belt, timing belt must be replaced.

TIMING BELT APPLICATION Belt Part No. Application Labor Time1 1.6L 4-Cyl. 124 1971-74 ................ 1.9 Hours ................. 250020 1.8L 4-Cyl. Brava 1974-78 ................ 2.4 Hours ................. 250020 124 1974-78 ................ 1.9 Hours ................. 250020 131 1975-78 ................ 1.9 Hours ................. 250020 1 - With Air Cond. add .2 hours.

Install timing belt make sure not to move sprockets. Ensure hole in auxiliary shaft pulley is lined up with tensioner pulley bolt. To adjust timing belt tension, loosen idler pulley tensioner nut and allow pulley to tension timing belt. Rotate crankshaft pulley 2 full turns and recheck timing marks. Tighten tensioner nut and bracket bolt. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges. TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Camshaft Sprocket Bolt ............................................ 87 (118) Tensioner Nut ............................................................. 33 (45)

MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


The manufacturer recommends that belt be replaced every 25,000 miles or 24 months (1974-77 Models) or every 25,000 miles (1978 models).

* NOTE: This application is an interference engine. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
Removal & Installation: Disconnect negative battery cable. Drain cooling system and remove upper radiator hose. Remove upper section of air duct. Remove spark plugs. Rotate crankshaft until marks on both camshaft sprockets are aligned with fixed pointer on front of engine. See Fig. 1 or 2. Number 4 piston should now be at TDC firing position. Place transmission in 4th gear and apply parking brake to prevent crankshaft from turning.
CAUTION: Do not turn crankshaft or camshafts independent of each other as valves may hit pistons.

Remove lower engine protection plate. Remove all drive belts. Disconnect coolant extension union at cylinder head. Loosen timing belt idler pulley nut and mounting bracket bolt and release timing belt tension. On 1.6L engines before No. 42577, pry pulley to release tension. Tighten pulley nut and bracket bolt, and remove belt.

Fig. 1: Camshaft & Crankshaft Timing Marks (1.8L)

FIAT *1.6L & *1.8L 4-Cylinder (Cont.)

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Fig. 2: Aligning Timing Marks (1.6L)

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FIAT *2.0L 4-Cylinder

TIMING BELT APPLICATION Belt Part No. Application Labor Time1 2.0L 4-Cyl. Brava 1979-83 ................ 2.4 Hours ................. 250068 Spider 2000 1979-82 ................ 3.1 Hours ................. 250068 1 - With Air Cond. add .2 hours.

MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


The manufacturer recommends the belt be replaced every 30,000 miles.

* NOTE: This application is an interference engine. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
WARNING: Timing belts must not be reused once tension is relieved. Crankshaft and/or camshafts must not be turned with belt removed due to resultant valve and/or piston damage. Fig. 1: Camshaft & Crankshaft Timing Marks

Removal: Disconnect negative battery cable and drain cooling system. Remove spark plugs and set engine to fire (TDC) on No. 4 cylinder. Crankshaft and camshaft timing marks must be aligned with indicators. See Fig. 1. Remove upper radiator hose from T union, then unbolt and remove union from the cylinder head. Remove hot air hose from exhaust manifold to air intake. Remove all drive belts from crankshaft pulley. Remove water pump pulley bolts and remove pulley. Remove outer timing belt cover. Lock crankshaft to prevent turning and remove crankshaft pulley. Remove lower timing cover. Loosen belt tensioner to release belt tension. Remove timing belt. Installation: Turn auxiliary sprocket to align hole in sprocket with sprocket bolt and spring retaining bolt. Install belt and adjust tensioner, then turn crankshaft 2 full turns and recheck tension and timing. To complete installation, reverse removal procedures. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges. TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Camshaft Sprocket Bolt ............................................ 87 (118) Timing Belt Tensioner Nut .......................................... 33 (45)
Fig. 2: Sprocket Alignment For Timing Belt Installation

FORD 1.3L 4-Cylinder


TIMING BELT APPLICATION Belt Labor Component Part Kit No. No. Application Time1 1.3L 4-Cyl. VIN H Aspire 1994-97 .......... 2.0 Hrs. ............................. 250185 Festiva 1988-89 .......... 2.0 Hrs. ...... 2521410 ........ 250141 1990-93 .......... 2.0 Hrs. ............................. 250185 1 - With Air Cond. add .2 hours. NOTE: A timing belt component kit is available for this application. See page I for information on component kits.

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MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


For Aspire, the manufacturer recommends the belt be replaced every 60,000 miles on Federal vehicles, and 105,000 miles on California vehicles. For Festiva, the manufacturer recommends the belt be replaced every 60,000 miles.

Fig. 1: Removing Right Inner Fender Panel

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
Removal: Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove accessory belts. Remove water pump pulley. Remove right inner fender panel to gain access to crankshaft pulley. See Fig. 1. Remove outer crankshaft pulley attaching bolts, then outer stiffener and spacer. Remove inner pulley and baffle plate. Remove bolts retaining upper and lower cover halves to engine front. Remove both covers. See Fig. 2.
NOTE: Always rotate engine in direction of normal operation. Rotating crankshaft backwards may cause belt to jump timing.

Mark timing belt direction of rotation for installation reference. Remove timing belt tensioner pulley bolt. Remove tensioner pulley, spring, and spring cover. Remove timing belt.

Fig. 2: Timing Belt Upper & Lower Covers

CAUTION: Never twist, turn inside out, or bend timing belt. Keep belt away from grease and oil.

TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) A/C Compressor Bolt ....................................... 29-40 (39-54) Camshaft Pulley Bolt .......................................... 9-13 (12-17) Camshaft Sprocket Bolt .................................... 36-45 (49-61) Crankshaft Pulley Bolts .................................... 10-13 (12-17) Crankshaft Sprocket Bolt .............................. 80-87 (108-118) Power Steering Adjuster Nut ............................. 27-38 (37-52) Timing Belt Tensioner Adjuster Bolt ................. 14-19 (19-26) Water Pump Pulley Bolts .................................. 36-45 (49-61) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Camshaft Cover ................................................. 71-97 (8-11) Timing Belt Cover Bolt ........................................ 71-97 (8-11) Valve Cover Bolt .................................................... 44-79 (5-9)

Installation: Ensure timing belt and sprockets are clean and not worn or damaged. Align crankshaft and camshaft timing marks. See Fig. 3. Position belt onto sprockets, in original running direction. Install timing belt tensioner spring, spring cover, and pulley. To complete installation, reverse removal procedure. Tighten all bolts and nuts to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges.

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FORD 1.3L 4-Cylinder (Cont.)

Fig. 3: Aligning Camshaft & Crankshaft Timing Marks

FORD 1.6L 4-Cylinder DOHC


TIMING BELT APPLICATION Belt Labor Component Part Application Time Kit No. No. 1.6L 4-Cyl. -- DOHC Capri 1991-94 ........ 3.6 Hrs. ...... 2521790 ....... 250179 NOTE: A timing belt component kit is available for this application. See page I for information on component kits.
TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS

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Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) A/C Compressor Bolt ....................................... 29-40 (39-54) Camshaft Pulley Bolt ........................................ 37-45 (49-61) Crankshaft Pulley Bolts .................................... 10-13 (12-17) Crankshaft Pulley Center Bolt ................... 115-123 (157-167) Power Steering Adjuster Nut ............................. 27-38 (37-52) Timing Belt Tensioner Adjuster Bolt ................. 14-19 (19-26) NCH Lbs. (N.m) Camshaft Cover ................................................. 71-97 (8-11) Timing Belt Cover Bolt ........................................ 71-97 (8-11) Valve Cover Bolt .................................................... 44-79 (5-9) Water Pump Pulley Bolt ...................................... 71-97 (8-11)

MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


The manufacturer recommends the belt be replaced every 60,000 miles.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
NOTE: Always rotate engine in direction of normal operation. Rotating crankshaft backwards may cause belt to jump timing.

Removal: Disconnect negative battery cable. Raise and support vehicle. Remove right front tire and wheel assembly. Remove right front splash guard. Lower vehicle. Remove spark plugs and set No. 1 cylinder to TDC of compression stroke. Remove accessory drive belts. Remove dipstick. Remove water pump pulley. Remove crankshaft pulley, damper and baffle plate. See Fig. 2. Remove upper timing belt cover. Remove center and lower timing belt covers. Remove timing belt tension spring. Loosen timing belt tension pulley. Support engine with floor jack. Remove right engine mount. After marking timing belt direction of rotation, remove timing belt. See Fig. 2. Installation: Ensure sprockets, tensioner, and idler pulleys are clean and not worn, deformed, or damaged. Align timing marks on camshafts and crankshaft. Intake cam should have letter I aligned with arrow on belt cover. Exhaust cam should have letter E aligned with arrow on belt cover. Crankshaft key should align with arrow. See Fig. 1.
CAUTION: DO NOT clean pulleys, tensioner, or idler pulleys with solvents. Wipe them clean only.

Fig. 1: Aligning Camshaft & Crankshaft Timing Marks

TECHNICAL SERVICE BULLETIN REVISION


NOTE: Information on revised service procedure is from Ford technical service bulletin 94-17-5; August 24, 1994. This bulletin supercedes 94-15-10; July 21, 1993.

Unloaded free length of timing belt tension spring should be 2.315" (58.8mm). Replace spring as necessary. Tighten tension pulley with tension spring fully extended. If reusing timing belt, install belt in original direction of rotation. Keep tension on opposite side of tensioner as tight as possible. Rotate crankshaft 2 full turns. Inspect alignment of timing marks. If any mark is not aligned, remove timing belt and reset timing. Loosen tension pulley retaining bolt to allow tension spring to tighten belt. Tighten tension pulley to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS. Rotate engine 2 full turns. Verify timing mark alignment. Measure timing belt tension between camshaft pulleys. Belt deflection should be 0.33-0.45" (8.5-11.5 mm). See Fig. 3. If incorrect, loosen tension pulley and repeat procedure. If correct tension cannot be achieved, replace tension spring. To complete installation, reverse removal procedure. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges.

SWISH NOISE FROM TIMING BELT

Issue: Some 1990 1.6L and 1.6L engines built up to 10/1/ 1990 may exibit a swish noise from the timing belt. This is caused be a belt guide plate that does not maintain correct timing belt alignment. Action: A revised timing belt guide plate and pulley boss is available to correct the noise. See Fig. 4. This procedure will also require replacement of the crankshaft and associated hardware. This procedure is also recommended when replacing a damaged crankshaft to prevent timing belt noise.

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Fig. 4: New & Revised Timing Belt Pulley

TIMING BELT PULLEY PARTS (1990)


Fig. 2: Exploded View Of Timing Belt & Components

Part Name Part No. Crankshaft ............................................................ F1JY-6303-A Crankshaft Accessory Pulley (With FEAD Belt) With A/C & Power Steering ................................ F1JY-6A312-A Crankshaft Damper Pulley (With V Belt) Generator & Water Pump ................................. F1JY-6A312-A Crankshaft Pulley Boss w/Pin ........................... F1CZ-6C337-A Crankshaft Pulley Plate ........................................ F1CZ-6378-A Crankshaft Timing Pulley ..................................... F1CZ-6306-B Oil Pan Gasket ..................................................... F1CZ-6701-B Oil Pump Assembly .............................................. F2CZ-6600-A Oil Pump Body-To-Inlet Tube Gasket ................... E7GZ-6626-A Oil Pump-To-Cylinder Block Gasket ..................... E7G7-6659-A Timing Pulley Bolt ............................................... F1CZ-6A340-A Timing Pulley Key .............................................. F1CZ-6B316-B

Fig. 3: Checking Timing Belt Tension

When replacing the timing belt and crankshaft, all associated parts MUST be replaced as a set. See TIMING BELT PULLEY PARTS (1990) table for reference. The crankshaft pulley center bolt listed in the TORQUE SPECIFICATION table is the revised bolt torque. Use Crankshaft Pulley Holder (T92C-6316AH).

FORD *1.6L & 1.9L 4-Cylinder


TIMING BELT APPLICATION Labor Application Time1 1.6L 4-Cyl. SOHC Escort, EXP, Lynx, LN7 1981-85 ............... 2.2 Hrs. ..... Tracer 1987-90 ............... 2.2 Hrs. ..... 1.9L 4-Cyl. SOHC Escort, EXP 1985-90 ............... 2.2 Hrs. ..... 1991 thru: 3-25-91 ..... 2.2 Hrs. ..... from: 3-26-91 .... 2.2 Hrs. ..... 1992-96 ............... 2.2 Hrs. ..... Lynx 1985-87 ............... 2.2 Hrs. ..... Tracer 1991-96 to: 3-25-91 ......... 2.2 Hrs. ..... from: 3-26-91 .... 2.2 Hrs. ..... 1 - With Air Cond. add .2 hours. Belt Component Part Kit No. No. 2520670 ... 250067 2521410 ... 250141 2520670 ... 250067 2520670 ... 250067 2521940 ... 250194 2521940 ... 250194 2520670 ... 250067 2520670 ... 250067 2521940 ... 250194

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Raise and support vehicle. Remove right front splash shield. Remove retaining bolt and crankshaft pulley. Remove timing belt.

CAUTION: DO NOT rotate crankshaft or camshaft with timing belt removed. If camshaft must be rotated, install crankshaft pulley and position crankshaft with cylinder No. 1 at 90 degrees BTDC.

Installation: Install timing belt over sprockets in counterclockwise direction, starting at crankshaft.
CAUTION: Maintain tension on timing belt between crankshaft and camshaft sprockets when installing belt over remaining sprockets.

Loosen belt tensioner bolt. Allow belt tensioner to apply tension on timing belt. Rotate crankshaft 2 full revolutions clockwise and realign timing marks. DO NOT rotate crankshaft counterclockwise. Tighten belt tensioner bolt to specification. To install remaining components, reverse removal procedure. Tighten bolts to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges.

NOTE: A timing belt component kit is available for this application. See page I for information on component kits.

MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


The manufacturer recommends the belt be replaced every 60,000 miles.

* NOTE: The 1.6L engine is an interference engine. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
Removal: Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove accessory drive belt. Remove timing belt cover. Rotate crankshaft clockwise, and align timing mark on camshaft sprocket with timing mark on cylinder head. See Fig. 1. Ensure crankshaft sprocket timing mark aligns with oil pump housing timing mark. Loosen timing belt tensioner bolt. Pry timing belt tensioner away from timing belt, and tighten tensioner bolt. Remove spark plugs. Support engine with floor jack. Remove engine mount at timing belt end of engine.

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Fig. 1: Aligning Camshaft & Crankshaft Timing Marks

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Fig. 2: Removing Timing Belt Tensioner Pulley (Tracer)

Fig. 4: Exploded View Of Timing Belt & Components

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Fig. 3: Releasing Timing Belt Tension (Except Tracer)

TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) A/C Compressor Mounting Bolt ........................ 15-22 (20-30) Belt tensioner Bolt ............................................ 17-22 (23-30) Crankshaft Pulley Bolt .................................. 81-96 (110-130) Power Steering Pump Bolt ................................ 30-41 (41-56) Water Pump Bolt .............................................. 15-22 (20-30) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Timing Belt Cover Nut .......................................... 44-62 (5-7) Valve Cover Bolt ................................................ 44-106 (5-12)

Fig. 5: Aligning Camshaft Sprocket Marks (Tracer)

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Fig. 7: Aligning Crankshaft Sprocket Timing Marks (Tracer)

Fig. 6: Installing Timing Belt (Tracer)

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TIMING BELT APPLICATION Belt Part No. Application Labor Time 1.6L 4-Cyl. Capri 1972 ...................... 1.3 Hours .................. 250013 2.0L 4-Cyl. Capri 1971-74 ................. 1.3 Hours .................. 250013 Pinto 1971-74 ................. 1.3 Hours .................. 250013 1 - With Air Cond. add .6 hours.

ment bolt and pivot bolt to specification. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges. TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Belt Tensioner .................................................. 32-36 (42-48) Crankshaft Pulley ............................................. 39-43 (54-60) Timing Belt Cover ................................................. 7-9 (10-12) Water Pump Bolts 8 mm .............................................................. 12-15 (15-21) 10 mm ............................................................ 26-31 (35-41)

MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


Although the manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
Removal: Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove accessory drive belts. Ensure that crankshaft is at TDC of No. 1 cylinder compression stroke. See Fig. 1. Remove camshaft belt cover. Loosen belt tensioner adjustment bolt and force tensioner to one side to relieve belt tension. Hold tensioner in this position and tighten bolt to hold tensioner. Lift belt off sprockets.
NOTE: DO NOT rotate crankshaft or camshaft with belt removed.

Installation: Place new belt over sprockets and loosen tensioner adjustment bolt to place tension on belt. Rotate crankshaft 2 complete turns to place timing marks in proper position and to remove all slack from belt. Torque tensioner adjust-

Fig. 1: Visual Camshaft Timing Check

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TIMING BELT APPLICATION Application 1.8L 4-Cyl. Escort & Tracer 1991-96 .......... 2.8 Hrs. ...... 2521790 ........ 250179 1 - With Air Cond. add .2 hours. Labor Time Component Kit No. Belt Part No.

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NOTE: A timing belt component kit is available for this application. See page I for information on component kits.

MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


The manufacturer recommends the belt be replaced every 60,000 miles.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
NOTE: Mark direction of timing belt rotation if timing belt is to be reused.

Fig. 2: Aligning Timing Marks

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Fig. 1: Exploded View Of Timing Belt & Components

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Fig. 4: Identifying Crankshaft Pulley & Guide Plates

Fig. 5: Checking Timing Belt Deflection Fig. 3: Aligning Crankshaft Sprocket Timing Marks

Removal: Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove accessory drive belts. Remove upper timing belt cover. See Fig. 1. Remove water pump pulley. Raise and support vehicle. Remove right front wheel. Remove right upper and lower splash shield. Remove middle and lower timing belt covers. Rotate crankshaft clockwise until No. 1 piston is at TDC. Ensure camshaft timing marks are aligned. See Figs. 2 and 6. Remove crankshaft pulley and hub. Mark direction of timing belt rotation if timing belt is to be reused. Loosen timing belt tensioner bolt, and remove timing belt.
CAUTION: DO NOT rotate camshafts with timing belt removed, as engine damage could result.

Installation: Temporarily position belt tensioner with spring fully extended, and tighten tensioner bolt. Ensure timing marks on crankshaft sprocket and oil pump align. See Fig. 3.
CAUTION: Ensure I and E camshaft sprocket timing marks are facing up. Camshaft sprockets may be stamped with more than one mark.

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Fig. 6: Identifying Camshaft Sprocket Timing Marks

Ensure camshaft sprocket timing marks are still aligned. See Figs. 2 and 6. Install timing belt. If reusing timing belt, ensure belt is installed in original direction of rotation. Loosen tensioner bolt. Position tensioner so slack is removed from timing belt. Tighten tensioner bolt. Rotate crankshaft clockwise 2 full revolutions. Ensure all timing marks are aligned. If timing marks are not aligned, remove timing belt and repeat timing belt tensioning procedure.

Rotate crankshaft clockwise 1 5/6 revolutions. Align crankshaft timing mark with tension set mark (at approximately 10 oclock position). See Fig. 3. Loosen tensioner bolt. Apply tension to the tensioner. Tighten tensioner bolt to 27-38 ft. lbs. (37-52 N.m). Rotate crankshaft clockwise 2 1/6 revolutions. Ensure timing marks align. If timing marks are not aligned, repeat installation procedure. Measure timing belt deflection by applying 22 lbs. (10 kg) of pressure on timing belt at a point halfway between camshaft sprockets. See Fig. 5.

Timing belt deflection should be .35-.45" (8.9-11mm). If deflection is not within specification, loosen tensioner bolt. Using a pry tool, tighten or loosen tensioner to obtain proper timing belt deflection. Tighten tensioner bolt. To complete installation, reverse removal procedure. Tighten bolts to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges. TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) A/C Compressor Mounting Bolt ........................ 15-22 (20-30) Belt Tensioner Bolt ........................................... 17-22 (23-30) Camshaft Sprocket Bolt .................................... 36-45 (49-61) Crankshaft Sprocket Bolt .............................. 80-87 (109-118) Power Steering Pump Bolt ................................ 30-45 (40-62) Timing Belt Tensioner Bolt ............................... 27-38 (37-52) Water Pump Bolt .............................................. 15-22 (20-30) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Timing Belt Cover Nut .......................................... 44-61 (5-7) Valve Cover Bolt ................................................ 48-106 (5-12)

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Belt Part No. Application Labor Time 2.0L 4-Cyl. Diesel Escort & Lynx 1984-87 Camshaft ............ 6.2 Hours .................. 250103 Injection Pump ... 1.3 Hours .................. 250102 Tempo & Topaz 1984-86 Camshaft ............ 6.2 Hours .................. 250103 Injection Pump... 1.3 Hours .................. 250102 1 - With Air Cond. add .6 hours.

Lower vehicle. Attach engine hoist to lifting eyes. Remove engine support tool. Disconnect right-hand insulator intermediate bracket from engine bracket and insulator. Remove bracket. Lower engine and transaxle assembly to floor. To install engine, reverse removal procedures.

CAUTION: DO NOT allow front wheels to touch ground.

TIMING BELT

MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


The manufacturer recommends the belt be replaced every 100,000 miles.

Removal: With engine out of vehicle, remove front upper timing belt cover and flywheel timing mark case. Rotate crankshaft in normal direction of rotation to align timing marks of flywheel and front camshaft sprocket with pointers. Loosen tensioner pulley lock bolt to slide timing belt off water pump and camshaft.
NOTE: DO NOT allow crankshaft to rotate with timing belt removed.

* NOTE: This application is an interference engine. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


ENGINE REMOVAL
NOTE: Engine/transaxle must be removed to replace timing belt. The engine/transaxle is removed as an assembly.

Installation: Align camshaft and crankshaft sprockets with their respective timing marks. See Fig. 1. Remove tensioner spring from front timing belt upper cover pocket and install in tensioner lever slot and over crankcase stud. See Fig. 4. Push tensioner lever as far as possible toward water pump and tighten lock bolt. Install timing belt. With tensioner pulley loose, adjust belt tension by rotating crankshaft pulley in direction of rotation twice until No. 1 cylinder is at TDC (camshaft timing marks aligned). Tighten tensioner lock bolt. Adjust belt tension to 33-44 lbs. (15-20 kg). Remove tensioner spring and place in front cover pocket.

Removal & Installation: Disconnect negative battery cable. Mark hinges for reinstallation and remove hood. Remove air cleaner assembly. Drain coolant. Remove upper and lower radiator hoses. Disconnect wiring at cooling fan. Remove shroud and cooling fan as an assembly. Remove radiator. Discharge A/C system (if equipped). Disconnect hoses at compressor. Remove cable at starter. Disconnect all vacuum lines as necessary. Disconnect clutch cable at transaxle, injection pump throttle linkage, and fuel hoses at engine. Disconnect both engine harness connectors and glow plug relay connectors at dash panel. Connectors are located under plastic shield on dash panel. Remove and save plastic retainer pins. Disconnect alternator connector on right-hand fender apron. Disconnect power steering hoses at pump (if equipped). Remove hose bracket from cylinder head. Attach engine support tool to lifting eye. Raise vehicle. Disconnect exhaust bracket at oil pan. Disconnect both exhaust pipes from manifold. Pull exhaust system from grommets and set aside. Disconnect speedometer cable from transaxle. Disconnect heater hoses at water pump inlet tube and at oil cooler. Disconnect control arms at body. Remove stabilizer bar brackets. Remove half-shaft assemblies and install alignment plugs in differential side gears. On manual transaxle models, remove shift stabilizer bar-to-transaxle bolts. Remove shift mechanism-to-shift shaft attaching bolt at transaxle. Remove left-hand rear insulator mount bracket from body bracket. Remove left-hand front insulator-to-transaxle bolts.

Fig. 1: Cross Section Of 2.0L Diesel Engine

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Install front upper cover and flywheel timing mark case. Install front timing belt lower cover. Install crankshaft pulley and front timing belt upper cover. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page 381 for belt tension ranges.

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Removal: Remove rear timing belt cover and flywheel timing mark case. Rotate crankshaft until No. 1 cylinder is at TDC (flywheel timing mark at TDC, camshaft sprocket and injection pump timing marks aligned). See Figs. 2 and 5. Loosen tensioner lock nut. Turn tensioner clockwise with a screwdriver to loosen timing belt. Tighten lock nut and remove timing belt. Installation: Install timing belt and adjust belt tension as follows: with tensioner pulley loose, rotate crankshaft twice until flywheel TDC timing mark aligns with pointer. Tighten tensioner lock nut and adjust belt tension to 22-33 lbs. (10-15 kg). Install timing belt cover and flywheel timing mark case. Adjust drive belts to proper tension.See page A-60 for belt tension ranges. TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Camshaft Sprocket (Front & Rear) .............................. 45 (61) Crankshaft Pulley ................................................... 119 (165) CV Hub Nut ............................................... 180-200 (244-271) Insulator Brkt.-To-Body Brkt. Bolts ............. 75-100 (102-136) Inter. Brkt.-To-Engine Brkt. Bolts ................ 75-100 (102-136) Roll Restrictor-To-Transaxle Bolts .................... 25-45 (35-61) Shifter-To-Input Shaft Bolts ................................. 7-10 (10-14) Shift Stabilizer-To-Transaxle Bolts .................... 23-35 (31-47) Water Pump ............................................................... 29 (39)

Fig. 3: Aligning Crankshaft Timing Marks

Fig. 4: Installing Front Timing Belt Tensioner Spring

Fig. 5: Aligning Flywheel Timing Marks

Fig. 2: Aligning Camshaft & Injection Pump Timing Marks

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Fig. 6: Aligning Camshaft Timing Mark

Fig. 7: Installing Rear Timing Belt

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Rotate crankshaft to just before No. 1 cylinder TDC. See Fig. 2. Remove stud and install Crankshaft TDC Timing Peg (303-574). See Fig. 3.

NOTE: Make sure second notch in pulley is indexed to lower cylinder block. See Fig. 2.

MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


The manufacturer recommends the belt be replaced every 120,000 miles.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
CAUTION: DO NOT rotate crankshaft or camshafts with timing belt removed, damage to valves and pistons may result.

Rotate crankshaft clockwise against peg to bring it to TDC. Loosen water pump pulley bolts. Remove timing belt cover by removing crankshaft pulley, then remove lower timing belt cover bolts and lower timing belt cover. See Fig. 4. Install Engine Support Bar (303-F072). See Fig. 5. Remove ground strap and engine mount upper bracket and studs. See Fig. 6. Remove upper timing belt cover bolts and cover. See Fig. 7. Remove water pump pulley and accessory drive belt idler pulley. Install Camshaft Alignment Tool (303-465) and align camshafts. See Fig. 8.

Removal: Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove accessory drive belt. Remove air cleaner outlet pipe and ignition wires from spark plugs. Disconnect throttle cables and cruise control actuator cable. Disconnect accelerator cable. Remove valve cover. See Fig. 1. Remove spark plugs. Remove catalytic converter. Remove coolant tube bolt and nut. Position coolant tube to side.

NOTE: Installation of Camshaft Alignment Tool (303-465) into exhaust camshaft may require camshafts to be rotated slightly clockwise.

Raise and support vehicle. Remove engine mount lower bracket. See Fig. 9. Loosen timing belt tensioner pulley and allow it to slide down to bottom of its travel. Slide timing belt off of camshaft and crankshaft sprockets.

CAUTION: DO NOT reuse old timing belt. Replace with a new belt.

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Fig. 1: Removing Valve Cover


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Fig. 3: Removing Stud For Installation Of Crankshaft TDC Timing Peg (303-574)

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Fig. 2: Aligning Crankshaft Timing Marks Before TDC


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Fig. 4: Removing Lower Timing Belt Cover

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Fig. 5: Installing Engine Support Bar (303-F072)

Fig. 9: Removing Engine Mount Lower Bracket

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Fig. 6: Removing Engine Mount Upper Bracket

Fig. 10: Installing Timing Belt Tensioner

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Fig. 7: Removing Upper Timing Belt Cover

Installation: Slide crankshaft pulley onto crankshaft. Ensure crankshaft position is at No, 1 TDC by rotating it clockwise against Crankshaft TDC Timing Peg (303-574). Ensure second notch in pulley is indexed to lower cylinder block. See Fig. 2. Remove crankshaft pulley. Ensure timing belt tensioner is installed correctly with tab positioned in slot in inner timing cover. See Fig. 10. Install new timing belt onto timing belt sprockets and adjust timing belt tensioner by using a 6 mm Allen wrench to rotate adjuster counterclockwise and align marks. See Figs. 11 and 12. Tighten tensioner pulley bolt to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS table. Install front engine mount lower bracket. Install accessory drive belt idler pulley. Install water pump pulley, but hand tighten only. Install timing belt covers. Install crankshaft pulley. Tighten water pump pulley bolts to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS. Remove Crankshaft TDC Timing Peg (303-574). Install stud. Install engine mount upper bracket and ground strap. Remove Engine Support Bar (303-F072). Install coolant tube, catalytic converter and remove Camshaft Alignment Tool (303-465). Install valve cover and spark plugs. Reconnect accelerator cable and cruise control actuator cable. Reinstall ignition wires, air cleaner outlet pipe and accessory drive belt. Reconnect negative battery cable.

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Fig. 8: Installing Camshaft Alignment Tool (303-465)

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Fig. 11: Installing Timing Belt On Sprockets

Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Accessory Drive Belt Idler Pulley Bolt .......................... 35 (45) Coolant Tube Attachments ............................................. 15 (20) Crankshaft Pulley Bolt .................................. 81-89 (110-121) Engine Mount Lower Bracket Nuts ................................. 37 (50) Engine Mount Upper Bracket Nuts ................................. 61 (83) Engine Mount Upper Bracket Studs .............................. 25 (34) Exhaust Camshaft Center Plug ..................................... 27 (37) Ground Strap .................................................................. 25 (34) Spark Plugs ................................................................... 11 (15) Stud (For Crankshaft TDC Timing Peg) .......................... 18 (24) Timing Belt Tensioner Bolt ............................................ 18 (25) Water Pump Pulley Bolt ................................................. 18 (24) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Lower Timing Belt Cover Bolt ....................................... 62 (7) Upper Timing Belt Cover Bolt ....................................... 71 (8) Valve Cover ...................................................................... 80 (9)

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Fig. 12: Adjusting Timing Belt Tensioner

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Ensure crankshaft timing marks are aligned. See Fig. 1. Loosen timing belt tensioner pulley, and allow spring to pull pulley against timing belt. Remove camshaft alignment tool. Rotate crankshaft clockwise 2 full revolutions. Tighten timing belt tensioner pulley to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS. Align crankshaft timing marks. See Fig. 1. Ensure camshafts are still aligned by installing Camshaft Alignment Tool (T94P-6256-CH) on rear of camshafts. If crankshaft and camshaft alignment is correct, continue with installation procedure. If camshaft alignment tool cannot be installed on camshafts with crankshaft at TDC, hold camshaft sprocket with Camshaft Sprocket Holding Tool (T74P-6256-B) or spanner wrench. Loosen, but do not remove, camshaft sprocket center bolt. Rotate camshafts until camshaft alignment tool can be installed on rear of camshafts. Crankshaft MUST remain at TDC when aligning camshafts. Tighten camshaft sprocket center bolts to specification. Continue with installation procedure. Install timing belt covers. Install crankshaft pulley. Tighten bolt to specification. Install valve cover. Install spark plugs. Install upper front engine mount. Remove engine support tool. Install water pump pulley. Install serpentine belt idler pulley and serpentine bolt. Install coolant recovery reservoir. Continue installation in reverse of removal procedure. TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) A/C Compressor Mounting Bolt ........................ 15-22 (20-30) Alternator Mounting Bolt .................................... 30-41 (41-56) Camshaft Sprocket Bolt .................................... 47-53 (64-72) Crankshaft Pulley Bolt .................................. 81-89 (110-121) Serpentine Belt Idler Pulley Bolt ..................................... 35 (48) Timing Belt Tensioner Bolt .................................. 26-30 (35-40) Upper Front Engine Mount Nuts .......................... 52-70 (70-95) Water Pump Bolt .............................................. 12-15 (16-20) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Center Timing Belt Cover Bolt .............................. 53-71 (6-8) Lower Timing Belt Cover Bolt ............................... 53-71 (6-8) Spark Plug ................................................... 106-156 (12-18) Upper Timing Belt Cover Bolt ............................... 27-44 (3-5) Valve Cover ........................................................... 53-71 (6-8) Water Pump Pulley Bolt .................................. 89-124 (10-14)

TIMING BELT APPLICATION Application Labor Time Belt Part No. 2.0L 4-Cyl. Contour & Mystique 1995-97 .................. 2.6 Hours .................. 250258

MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


Although the manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
CAUTION: DO NOT rotate crankshaft or camshafts with timing belt removed, damage to valve/piston may result.

Removal: Noting position for installation reference, disconnect secondary wires from spark plugs. Remove spark plugs. Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove air intake resonators. Remove power steering pressure hose bracket from lifting eye, and position aside. Support engine from above using Three Bar Engine Support (D88L-6000-A) or equivalent. Remove upper timing belt cover. Mark position of upper front engine mount before removal. Remove upper front mount. If equipped, disconnect coolant level sensor connector from coolant recovery reservoir. Remove retainers attaching recovery reservoir, and position aside. Remove upper front mount insulator. Loosen water pump pulley bolts. Remove serpentine drive belt. Remove drive belt idler pulley from alternator mounting bracket. Remove water pump pulley. Remove center timing belt cover. Raise and support vehicle. Remove crankshaft pulley. Remove lower timing belt cover. Remove valve cover. Temporarily install crankshaft pulley. Rotate crankshaft to align timing mark on block with larger notch on pulley. See Fig. 1. Use Camshaft Alignment Tool (T94P-6256-CH) or equivalent to align camshafts. See Fig. 2. Install tool in slots on camshafts at rear of engine. Loosen timing belt tensioning pulley. See Fig. 4. Move pulley to relieve tension on timing belt, and retighten pulley. If reusing timing belt, mark direction of rotation before removal. Remove timing belt. Installation: Temporarily install crankshaft pulley. Ensure crankshaft pulley timing marks are aligned. See Fig 1. Ensure camshaft alignment tool is still installed. Install tensioner and retaining bolt (if necessary). Remove crankshaft pulley. Install timing belt on crankshaft sprocket. Working in a clockwise direction, install timing belt around camshaft sprockets. Ensure timing belt span between crankshaft sprocket and exhaust camshaft is not loose. Ensure timing belt is aligned on all sprockets. Install lower timing belt cover. Apply Silicone Gasket Sealer (F1AZ 9562-A) or equivalent to crankshaft keyway. Install crankshaft pulley. Tighten bolt to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS.

Fig. 1: Aligning Crankshaft Timing Marks

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Fig. 2: Installing Camshaft Alignment Tool

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Fig. 4: Identifying Timing Belt Tensioner

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Fig. 3: Exploded View Of Timing Belt Components

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Loosen timing belt tensioner center attaching bolt about 4 turns. Position tensioner locating tab at approximately the 4 oclock position. See Fig. 4. Line up hex key slot in tensioner adjusting washer with pointer that is located behind pulley. See Fig. 4.

TIMING BELT APPLICATION Application Labor Time Belt Part No. 2.0L 4-Cyl. VIN 3 Cougar 1999-01 ................. 3.2 Hours .................. 250294 Contour & Mystique 1998-00 ................. 3.2 Hours .................. 250294 Escort ZX2 1998-01 ................. 2.8 Hours .................. 250294 Focus 2000-01 ................. 2.8 Hours ................. 250294

CAUTION: To achieve proper tension when installing timing belt, camshaft sprocket bolts must be loose enough to allow sprockets to turn freely on the camshafts.

MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


For 1998-00 model years, the manufacturer recommends the belt be inspected every 120,000 miles. Replace, if necessary. For 2001 model year, the manufacturer recommends the belt be replaced every 120,000 miles.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
CAUTION: DO NOT rotate crankshaft or camshafts with timing belt removed, damage to valve/piston may result.

Removal (Contour, Cougar & Mystique): Disconnect negative battery cable. Raise and support vehicle. Remove right front wheel. Remove engine splash shield from right wheelwell. Remove engine undercover, if equipped. Loosen, but do not remove, water pump pulley bolts. Turn serpentine drive belt tensioner clockwise and remove serpentine drive belt. If belt is to be reused, mark belt with arrow to indicate direction of rotation. Remove water pump pulley. Remove serpentine belt idler pulley. Remove crankshaft pulley center bolt and remove pulley. Remove lower timing belt cover. Working from under vehicle, loosen center bolt of left-hand and right-hand engine support insulators 2 turns. DO NOT remove center bolts. Lower vehicle. Remove coolant reservoir tank with hoses attached, and set aside. Disconnect cruise control cable (if equipped) from coolant reservoir. Position floor jack under engine. Raise engine slightly to release pressure from mounting insulator on front of engine. Marking installed position for installation reference, remove engine front support insulator from timing belt end of engine. Remove power steering pressure hose bracket from engine lifting eye, and position aside. Remove upper and center timing belt covers.
NOTE: Spark plug removal is necessary for final timing adjustment.

Remove plug from center of exhaust camshaft pulley. Hold exhaust camshaft with open end wrench on hex portion of camshaft. See Fig. 3. Loosen, but do not remove, exhaust camshaft sprocket bolt. Loosen, but do not remove, intake camshaft sprocket bolt. If reusing timing belt, mark direction of rotation before removal. Remove timing belt. To lock crankshaft in correct position, remove plug from lower, left part of engine block. See Fig. 1. Rotate crankshaft to a few degrees before TDC position. Install locking Crankshaft Position Timing Peg (T97P-6000A) into plug hole. Rotate crankshaft clockwise to lock crankshaft against timing peg. Removal (Escort): Disconnect negative battery cable. Raise and support vehicle. Remove right front wheel. Remove engine splash shield from right wheelwell. Disconnect HO2S electrical connectors. Unbolt catalytic converter from exhaust manifold and from muffler inlet pipe. Remove crossmember bolts and crossmember. Remove catalytic converter bracket bolts. Remove catalytic converter. Lower vehicle. Remove center trim cover from valve cover. Noting installed position for installation reference, disconnect spark plug wires. Remove spark plugs. Remove valve cover bolts (10). Remove valve cover. Loosen, but do not remove, water pump pulley bolts. Turn serpentine drive belt tensioner clockwise and remove ser-

Remove top engine appearance cover from between valve covers. Remove secondary wires from spark plugs. Working from the outer ends to the center, loosen valve cover bolts. Remove valve cover. Remove spark plugs. Temporarily install crankshaft pulley. Rotate crankshaft to align timing mark on block with larger notch on pulley. See Fig. 1. Cylinders No. 1 and No. 4 are at TDC when crankshaft pulley Woodruff key points straight up.

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Fig. 1: Aligning Crankshaft Timing Marks

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pentine drive belt. If belt is to be reused, mark belt with arrow to indicate direction of rotation. Remove water pump pulley. Remove serpentine belt idler pulley. Remove crankshaft pulley center bolt and pulley. Remove lower timing belt cover. Lower vehicle. Position floor jack under engine. Raise engine slightly to release pressure from mounting insulator on front of engine. Marking installed position for installation reference, remove engine front support insulator. Remove upper and center timing belt covers. Temporarily install crankshaft pulley. Rotate crankshaft to align timing mark on block with larger notch on pulley. See Fig. 1. To lock crankshaft in correct position, remove plug from lower, left part of engine block. See Fig. 1. Rotate crankshaft to a few degrees before TDC position. Install locking Crankshaft Position Timing Peg (T97P-6000-A) into plug hole. Rotate crankshaft clockwise to lock crankshaft against timing peg. Loosen timing belt tensioner center attaching bolt about 4 turns. Position tensioner locating tab at approximately the 4 oclock position. See Fig. 4. Line up hex key slot in tensioner adjusting washer with pointer that is located behind pulley. See Fig. 4.

CAUTION: To achieve proper tension when installing timing belt, camshaft sprocket bolts must be loose enough to allow sprockets to turn freely on the camshafts.
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Fig. 2: Timing Belt Installed Position

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Fig. 3: Installing Camshaft Alignment Tool

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Fig. 4: Aligning Timing Belt Tensioner For Belt Removal

Remove plug from center of exhaust camshaft pulley. Hold exhaust camshaft with open end wrench on hex portion of camshaft. See Fig. 3. Loosen, but do not remove, exhaust camshaft sprocket bolt. Loosen, but do not remove, intake camshaft sprocket bolt. If reusing timing belt, mark direction of rotation before removal. Remove timing belt. Removal (Focus): Raise and support vehicle. Remove serpentine belt cover from under vehicle. Loosen, but do not remove, water pump pulley bolts. Turn serpentine drive belt tensioner clockwise. If serpentine drive belt is to be reused, mark belt with arrow to indicate rotation direction. Remove serpentine drive belt. Remove water pump pulley. Remove serpentine belt idler pulley. Remove crankshaft pulley center bolt and remove pulley. Remove lower timing belt cover. Lower vehicle. Remove coolant expansion tank and set aside. Remove power steering reservoir from shock tower and set aside with hoses attached. Position floor jack under engine. Raise engine slightly to release pressure from mounting insulator on front of engine. Marking installed position for installation reference, remove engine front support insulator from timing belt end of engine. Remove upper and center timing belt covers. Remove top engine appearance cover from between valve covers. Working from the outer ends to the center, loosen valve cover bolts. Remove valve cover. Remove secondary wires and spark plugs. Remove PCV hose. Temporarily install crankshaft pulley. Rotate crankshaft to align timing mark on block with larger notch on pulley. See Fig. 1. To lock crankshaft in correct position, remove plug from lower, left part of engine block. See Fig. 1. Rotate crankshaft to a few degrees before TDC position. Install locking Crankshaft Position Timing Peg (T97P-6000-A) into plug hole. Rotate crankshaft clockwise to lock crankshaft against timing peg.

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Loosen timing belt tensioner center attaching bolt about 4 turns. Position tensioner locating tab at approximately the 4 oclock position. See Fig. 4. Line up hex key slot in tensioner adjusting washer with pointer that is located behind pulley. See Fig. 4.

CAUTION: To achieve proper tension when installing timing belt, camshaft sprocket bolts must be loose enough to allow sprockets to turn freely on the camshafts.

Holding exhaust camshaft stationary with Holding Tool (303098) or spanner wrench, loosen, but do not remove, exhaust camshaft sprocket bolt. Holding intake camshaft sprocket stationary, loosen, but do not remove, intake camshaft sprocket bolt. If reusing timing belt, mark direction of rotation before removal. Remove timing belt.

NOTE: Revised installation and timing belt tensioning procedures are from Ford technical service bulletin 99-25-4; December 13,1999.

Installation (All Models): Ensure crankshaft pulley timing marks are still aligned and Crankshaft Position Timing Peg (T97P-6000-A) is still in place. See Fig 1. Ensure crankshaft remains resting against timing peg during timing belt installation. Position cylinder No. 4 to valves overlap position. Install Camshaft Alignment Tool (T94P-6256-CH) or equivalent to align camshafts. See Fig. 3. Camshafts may be turned slightly with open end wrench, in normal direction of rotation, to install tool in slots on camshafts at rear of engine.
CAUTION: Timing belt tensioner locating tab should NOT be hooked in sheet metal cover during timing belt installation. See Fig. 4.

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Fig. 5: Positioning Tensioner Hex Key Slot

Tensioner locating tab should be at approximately the 4 oclock position. See Fig. 4. Line up hex key slot in tensioner adjusting washer with pointer that is located behind pulley. See Fig. 4. Starting from crankshaft pulley, install timing belt on sprockets in counterclockwise direction. Remove all slack from belt during installation.

CAUTION: Incorrect timing belt tension will cause incorrect valve timing.

To tension the timing belt, rotate timing belt tensioner tab counterclockwise and insert tab into slot in rear cover. Position hex key slot in tensioner adjusting washer to the 4 oclock position. See Fig. 5. Tighten attaching bolt enough to seat the tensioner firmly against rear timing cover, BUT still allow the tensioner adjusting washer to be rotated with a 6 mm hex key. Working counterclockwise, tension the timing belt. Ensure all slack is removed from belt. Using a 6 mm hex key, rotate adjusting washer until notch in pointer is centered over index line on locating tab. See Fig. 6. Pointer will move clockwise during adjustment. While holding adjusting washer in position so that it does not rotate, tighten tensioner center attaching bolt to 18 ft. lbs. (25 N.m).

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Fig. 6: Final Timing Belt Tensioning

NOTE: DO NOT use Camshaft Alignment Tool (T94P-6256-CH) to hold camshafts stationary while tightening camshaft sprocket bolts.

On Focus models, hold intake camshaft sprocket stationary, and tighten intake camshaft sprocket bolt to 50 ft. lbs.

(68 N.m). Hold exhaust camshaft stationary and tighten exhaust camshaft sprocket bolt to 50 ft. lbs. (68 N.m). On Escort ZX2, Contour, Cougar and Mystique, hold intake camshaft with Holding Tool (303-098) or spanner wrench, and tighten camshaft sprocket bolt to 50 ft. lbs. (68 N.m). On Escort ZX2, Contour, Cougar and Mystique, hold exhaust camshaft with open end wrench. Tighten exhaust camshaft sprocket bolt to 44 ft. lbs. (60 N.m). Final tighten exhaust camshaft sprocket bolt to 88 ft. lbs. (120 N.m). On all models, remove camshaft alignment tool. Remove timing peg from side of engine block. Rotate crankshaft 2 revolutions in normal direction of rotation. Align crankshaft pulley with timing mark. Install locking Crankshaft Position Timing Peg (T97P-6000-A) into plug hole. Rotate crankshaft clockwise to lock crankshaft against timing peg. Camshaft Alignment Tool (T94P-6256-CH) should slide into slots in rear of camshafts. If not, readjust camshaft pulley positions.

FORD 2.0L 4-Cylinder VIN 3, 1998-01 (Cont.)


On all models except Focus, install NEW center plug into exhaust camshaft sprocket after all timing marks are aligned and belt is tensioned. On all models, install valve covers. Install spark plugs and secondary wiring. Install appearance cover between valve covers. Connect solenoid valve electrical connector in appearance cover (if equipped) and press in rubber seal. Install upper and center timing belt covers. Install front engine front support insulator. Remove floor jack. On Contour, Cougar, and Mystique, attach power steering pipe bracket to engine lifting eye. Install coolant reservoir tank. Raise and support vehicle. Verify that center bolt is centered in right-hand and left-hand lower engine support insulators. Tighten center bolt to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS. On Escort, install catalytic converter and crossmember. On all models, install lower timing belt cover. Install crankshaft pulley and tighten bolt to specification. Install serpentine drive belt idler pulley. Install water pump pulley. Install serpentine drive belt. Install engine splash shield and undercover (if equipped). Install right front wheel. Tighten lug nuts to specification. When battery is disconnected, some abnormal driveability symptoms may occur until the PCM relearns its adaptive strategy. The vehicle may need to be driven 10 miles or more to complete a relearn cycle. TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS

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Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Camshaft Sprocket Bolt (Except Focus) Intake .......................................................................... 50 (68) Exhaust Step 1 ....................................................................... 44 (60) Step 2 ..................................................................... 88 (120) Camshaft Sprocket Bolt (Focus) Intake & Exhaust ......................................................... 50 (68) Catalytic Converter (Escort) Bracket Bolts ..................................................... 41-47 (55-64) To-Exhaust Manifold Bolts ................................. 41-47 (55-64) To-Muffler Pipe Flange Bolts ............................. 34-39 (46-54) Crankshaft Pulley Bolt .................................. 81-89 (110-121) Crossmember Bolts (Escort) ............................ 69-93 (94-126) Engine Front Support Insulator Bolt/Nut (Except Focus) ................................. 61 (83) Engine Front Support (Focus) To-Engine Bracket Nut ................................................ 59 (80) To-Frame Bolts ............................................................ 42 (48) Engine Lower Support Insulators (Contour, Cougar & Mystique) Right-Hand Auto. Trans. ............................................................. 88 (120) Man. Trans. ............................................................... 42 (48) Left-Hand All Vehicles .............................................................. 88 (120) Exhaust Camshaft Center Plug ..................................... 27 (37) Serpentine Drive Belt Idler Pulley Bolt ............................ 35 (40) Spark Plugs ................................................................... 11 (15) Timing Belt Tensioner Attaching Bolt ............................. 18 (25) Water Pump Bolt ........................................................ 13 (18) Water Pump Pulley Bolt ................................................. 17 (24) Wheel Lug Nut Escort (Alloy Wheel) .................................... 74-100 (100-135) Escort (Steel Wheel) ......................................... 66-87 (89-117) Except Escort ............................................................. 94 (128) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Center Timing Belt Cover Bolt .............................. 53-71 (6-8) Lower Timing Belt Cover Bolt ....................................... 62 (7) Upper Timing Belt Cover Bolt Except Escort ............................................................... 89 (10) Escort ............................................................................. 35 (4) Valve Cover ................................................................... 62 (7) Valve Cover Appearance Cover ....................................... 62 (7)

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Installation (Escort & Tracer): Ensure timing marks are still aligned. Install timing belt. If reusing old belt, ensure it is installed in original direction of rotation. Remove drill bit and tighten tensioner bolt. Rotate crankshaft clockwise 2 revolutions. Recheck timing mark alignment. To complete installation, reverse removal procedure. Removal (Focus) Disconnect negative battery cable. Detach coolant expansion tank and set to one side. Remove power steering fluid reservoir from shock tower and set aside with hoses attached. Turn serpentine belt tensioner clockwise to relieve tension and remove serpentine drive belt. Remove power steering drive belt. Hold power steering pump pulley stationary and remove power steering pump center nut. Remove power steering pump pulley. Remove power steering pump mounting nuts. Set power steering pump aside with hoses attached. Raise and support vehicle. Remove right front wheel. Remove the lower drive belt cover. Remove the crankshaft pulley and vibration damper. Lower vehicle. Noting position for reassembly reference, disconnect spark plug secondary cables from spark plugs. Remove spark plugs. Place jack under engine to support weight. Remove front engine mount and upper timing belt cover from timing belt end of engine. Remove center timing belt cover. Remove engine mount bracket from timing belt end of engine. Turn the crankshaft so that timing marks are aligned. See Fig. 1. Loosen timing belt tensioner. Using an 8 mm hex wrench, turn tensioner 1/4 turn counterclockwise. Insert 1/ 8 drill bit to lock tensioner in place. See Fig. 2. If reusing old belt, mark belt with arrow to indicate original direction of rotation. Remove timing belt. Installation (Focus): Ensure timing marks are still aligned. Install timing belt in a counterclockwise direction starting at crankshaft sprocket. Keep slack out of belt span from crankshaft to camshaft sprocket. If reusing old belt, ensure it is installed in original direction of rotation. Remove drill bit and tighten tensioner bolt. Rotate crankshaft clockwise 2 revolutions. Recheck timing mark alignment. If not correct, readjust timing belt. Install engine mount bracket and upper timing belt cover to engine. Tighten bolts to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS table. Install lower timing belt cover. Install engine mount to engine and frame. Tighten nuts and bolts to specification. Remove jack from under engine. Install spark plugs and secondary cables. Raise vehicle. Install crankshaft pulley and vibration damper. Tighten center bolt to specification. Install lower drive belt cover. Lower vehicle. Install power steering pump. Install power steering pump pulley. Tighten center bolt to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS table. Install serpentine drive belts. Install power steering fluid reservoir and coolant expansion tank. Connect negative battery cable.

TIMING BELT APPLICATION Application Labor Time Belt Part No. 2.0L 4-Cyl. VIN P Escort & Tracer 1997-01 ................. 2.2 Hours .................. 250283 Focus 2000-01 ................. 2.2 Hours .................. 250283

MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


Up to 2000 model year, the manufacturer recommends that the timing belt be inspected at 120,000 miles. Replace, if necessary. For 2001 model year, the manufacturer recommends that the timing belt be replaced at 120,000 miles.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
Removal (Escort & Tracer): Disconnect negative battery cable. Place cylinder No. 1 to TDC of compression stroke. Remove accessory drive belt and tensioner. Remove timing belt cover. Raise and support vehicle. Remove right hand splash guard. Remove crankshaft pulley. Align timing marks. See Fig. 1. Loosen timing belt tensioner. Using an 8 mm hex wrench, turn tensioner 1/4 turn counterclockwise. Insert 1/8 drill bit to lock tensioner in place. See Fig. 2. If reusing old belt, mark belt with arrow to indicate original direction of rotation. Remove timing belt.

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Fig. 1: Aligning Camshaft & Crankshaft Timing Marks

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TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS

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Fig. 2: Identifying Timing Belt Tensioner

Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Camshaft Sprocket Bolt ................................. 70-85 (95-115) Crankshaft Pulley Bolt ...................................... 81-96 (110-130) Engine Mount (Focus) Bracket-To-Engine ....................................................... 35 (48) To-Engine Nuts ............................................................ 59 (80) To-Frame Bolts ............................................................ 35 (48) Power Steering Pump (Focus) Mount Bolt .................................................................... 17 (23) Pulley Bolt ..................................................................... 37 (47) Spark Plugs .................................................................... 11 (15) Timing Belt Tensioner Bolt .............................. 15-22 (20-30) Wheel Lug Nut (Focus) ................................................ 94 (128) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Timing Belt Cover Bolt Lower ............................. 71-97 (8-11)

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Labor Time 1 Component Kit No. Belt Part No.

TIMING BELT APPLICATION Application 2.0L 4-Cyl. Probe 1993-97 .......... 2.5 Hrs. ...... 2522280 ....... 250228 2.2L 4-Cyl. Probe 1989-92 .......... 2.3 Hrs. ...... 2521340 ....... 250134 1 - With Air Cond. add .2 hours.

NOTE: A timing belt component kit is available for this application. See page I for information on component kits.

MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


For the 2.0L engine, the manufacturer recommends the belt be replaced at every 60,000 miles, except in California. For California 2.0L engine, replace belt at 105,000 miles. For the 2.2L engine, the manufacturer recommends the belt be replaced at every 60,000 miles.
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Fig. 2: Exploded View Of Timing Belt Components (2.2L)

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Fig. 1: Exploded View Of Timing Belt Components (2.0L)

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Fig. 3: Camshaft & Crankshaft Timing Marks (2.0L)

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Fig. 5: Timing Belt Tensioner & Spring (2.2L)

Remove water pump pulley. Raise and support vehicle. Remove right front wheel. Remove right upper and lower splash shield. Remove crankshaft pulley, crankshaft pulley guide plate. Remove lower timing belt cover. Temporarily install crankshaft pulley bolt.

NOTE: Mark direction of timing belt rotation if reusing belt.

Fig. 4: Camshaft & Crankshaft Timing Marks (2.2L)

* NOTE: This application is an interference engine. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
CAUTION: DO NOT rotate crankshaft or camshafts with timing belt removed. Damage to valve/piston may result.

Rotate crankshaft clockwise and align crankshaft sprocket timing notch with line on oil pump. Ensure camshaft sprocket timing marks align. Install Camshaft Pulley Holder (T92C6256-AH) or equivalent. Using an Allen wrench, turn timing chain tensioner and remove tensioner spring. Remove timing belt. Installation: Install timing belt. Rotate tensioner clockwise with an Allen wrench, and install tensioner spring. Ensure timing marks on crankshaft sprocket and engine block align. Remove camshaft pulley holder, and ensure camshaft sprocket timing marks are still aligned. Rotate crankshaft clockwise 2 full revolutions. Ensure all timing marks align. If timing marks do not align, remove timing belt. Repeat previous two steps. To complete installation, reverse removal procedure. Tighten bolts to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges.

Removal: Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove accessory drive belts. Remove spark plug wires and valve cover. Install Three Bar Engine Support (014-00750) or equivalent. Slightly raise engine with a jack. Remove right engine mount. Remove dipstick bolt. Remove upper timing belt cover.

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TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) A/C Compressor Mounting Bolt ........................ 18-26 (24-35) Alternator Mounting Bolt ......................................... 27-38 (52) Camshaft Sprocket Bolt .................................... 36-45 (49-61) Crankshaft Sprocket Bolt .......................... 116-123 (157-167) Tensioner Bolt .................................................. 27-38 (39-50) Water Pump Bolt .............................................. 14-19 (19-26) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Timing Belt Cover Bolt ........................................ 61-87 (8-10) Valve Cover ........................................................... 53-62 (6-7) Water Pump Pulley Bolt ...................................... 71-89 (8-10)

FORD 2.0L & 2.3L 4-Cylinder


TIMING BELT APPLICATION Labor Component Application Time Kit No. 2.0L 4-Cyl. OHC Ranger 1983-88 .......... 12.2 Hrs. ..... 2520140 ........ 250014 2.3L 4-Cyl. OHC Aerostar 1987 ............... 12.2 Hrs. ..... 2520140 ........ 250014 Cougar 1981 ............... 11.3 Hrs. ..... 2520140 ........ 250014 1984-86 .......... 11.3 Hrs. ..... 2520140 ........ 250014 Courier 1977-82 .......... 22.2 Hrs. ..... 2520140 ........ 250014 Fairmont & Zephyr 1978-83 .......... 21.6 Hrs. ..... 2520140 ........ 250014 Granada 1981-82 .......... 21.6 Hrs. ..... 2520140 ........ 250014 LTD & Marquis 1983-86 .......... 21.5 Hrs. ..... 2520140 ........ 250014 Merkur XR4Ti 1985-89 .......... 11.5 Hrs. ..... 2520140 ........ 250014 Mustang, Mustang II & Capri 1974-91 .......... 21.6 Hrs. ..... 2520140 ........ 250014 1992 With Round Tooth Sprockets ... 11.5 Hrs. ............................ 250210 With SquareTooth Sprockets ... 11.5 Hrs. ..... 2520140 ........ 250014 Mustang 1993 ............... 21.5 Hrs. ............................ 250210 Pinto & Bobcat 1974-80 .......... 22.0 Hrs. ..... 2520140 ........ 250014 Ranger 1983-91 .......... 12.2 Hrs. ..... 2520140 ........ 250014 1992 With Round Tooth Sprockets ... 12.2 Hrs. ............................ 250210 With SquareTooth Sprockets ... 12.2 Hrs. ..... 2520140 ........ 250014 1993-94 .......... 12.2 Hrs. ............................ 250210 Thunderbird 1983-88 .......... 21.3 Hrs. ..... 2520140 ........ 250014 1 - With Air Cond. add 1.0 hours. 2 - With Air Cond. add .5 hours Belt Part No.

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MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


Although the manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
CAUTION: Rotate crankshaft clockwise (in normal rotation direction) only. Timing belt may come off if engine is rotated counterclockwise.

Removal: Disconnect negative battery cable. Rotate engine clockwise and position cylinder No. 1 on TDC of compression stroke. Ensure O mark on crankshaft pulley aligns with O mark on outer timing belt cover. Looking through plug hole of outer timing belt cover, ensure camshaft sprocket timing mark aligns with cover pointer. See Fig 1. Remove fan guard, cooling shroud, cooling fan and fan shroud. Remove drive belt, water pump pulley and automatic belt tensioner. Discharge A/C System (if equipped) using approved refrigerant recovery equipment. Remove A/ C compressor mounting bracket with power steering pump attached, and position aside. Drain cooling system. Remove upper radiator hose. Remove thermostat housing and gasket. Remove retaining bolt and crankshaft pulley. Remove hub assembly retaining bolt from crankshaft. Remove outer timing belt cover. Ensure camshaft sprocket timing mark aligns with cover pointer. See Fig. 1. Loosen belt tensioner bolts. Using Camshaft Belt Tensioner (T74P-6254-A) or equivalent, release spring tension on belt tensioner. Rotate belt tensioner away from timing belt and tighten bolts. Remove retaining bolts and pull crankshaft sensor from dowel pins. See Fig. 1. Remove hub assembly and belt guide. Note direction of belt guide installation. Remove timing belt. Installation: Install crankshaft sprocket (if removed) with recessed area toward crankshaft. See Fig. 1. Install belt guide with flat side toward camshaft sprocket. Install camshaft sprocket with timing mark outward. Install NEW camshaft sprocket bolt and tighten to specification while holding camshaft with camshaft sprocket holder. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS.
CAUTION: Install NEW camshaft sprocket bolt. DO NOT reuse bolt.

NOTE: A timing belt component kit is available for this application. See page I for information on component kits.

Align camshaft sprocket timing mark with pointer. Properly position crankshaft so timing mark aligns with notch in front cover casting. See Fig. 3. Install timing belt over crankshaft sprocket, then counterclockwise over auxiliary shaft and camshaft sprockets. Loosen belt tensioner bolt, allowing tension to be applied on timing belt.

NOTE: It may be necessary to push belt tensioner against timing belt, as spring tension may not move belt tensioner against timing belt.

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Remove one spark plug from each cylinder. Rotate engine clockwise (viewed from front of engine) 2 complete revolutions. Tighten timing belt tensioner bolts to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS. Ensure all timing marks align properly. Install belt guide on crankshaft. Install crankshaft sensor over dowel pins. Tighten long crankshaft sensor bolts to 14-22 ft. lbs. (19-30 N.m). Rotate crankshaft counterclockwise approximately 45 degrees so outer vane of hub assembly does not engage with crankshaft sensor positioner. Install hub assembly and crankshaft pulley. Tighten bolts to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS. Install crankshaft sensor positioner. See Fig. 2. Rotate crankshaft clockwise approximately 90 degrees so outer vane of hub assembly engages with crankshaft sensor positioner. Tighten short crankshaft sensor bolts to 14-22 ft. lbs. (19-30 N.m). To install remaining components, reverse removal procedure. Tighten bolts to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS. Disconnect heater hose from fitting on thermostat housing to bleed air from cooling system when filling. Fill cooling system with Ford Coolant (E2FZ-19549-AA) or equivalent, until coolant flows from fitting. Install heater hose. Refill radiator. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page a-60 for belt tension ranges. TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Auxiliary Shaft Sprocket Bolt .............................. 29-40 (39-54) Belt Tensioner Adjusting Bolt ................................................. 14-22 (19-30) Pivot Bolt ....................................................... 29-40 (39-54) Camshaft Plug ................................................. 12-18 (16-24) Camshaft Sprocket Bolt 1 .................................. 52-70 (71-95) Crankshaft Pulley-To-Hub Assembly Bolt ......... 15-22 (20-30) Water Pump Bolt 2 ............................................ 14-21 (19-29) Water Pump Pulley Bolt .................................... 14-22 (19-30) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Auxiliary Shaft Cover Bolt .................................. 72-108 (8-12) Auxiliary Shaft Retainer Plate Bolt ..................... 72-108 (8-12) Camshaft Retainer Thrust Plate Box ................ 72-108 (8-12) Outer Timing Belt Cover Bolt ............................ 72-108 (8-12) Valve Cover Bolt .................................................. 60-96 (6-11) 1 - Install NEW bolt. DO NOT reuse bolt. 2 - Apply thread sealant on bolt threads.

FORD 2.0L & 2.3L 4-Cylinder (Cont.)

Fig. 1: Exploded View Of Timing Belt & Components

Fig. 2: Positioning Crankshaft Sensor

FORD 2.0L & 2.3L 4-Cylinder (Cont.)

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Fig. 3: Positioning Crankshaft

Fig. 4: Aligning Camshaft & Oil Pump Timing Marks

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FORD *2.3L 4-Cylinder Diesel

TIMING BELT APPLICATION Belt Part No. Application Labor Time 2.3L 4-Cyl. Diesel Ranger 1985-87 Balance Shaft ..... 2.2 Hours .................. 250092 Camshaft ............. 2.2 Hours .................. 250091 1 - With Air Cond. add .3 hours. With Pwr. Strng. add .3 hours.

Check timing belts for missing teeth, cracking or excessive wear. Replace timing belt if necessary. Camshaft/injection pump timing belt must be removed to access silent shaft timing belt.

NOTE: DO NOT loosen nut near timing scale unless removing silent shaft timing belt. This nut is for silent shaft timing belt tensioner. Loosening this nut may change silent shaft timing belt tension. See Fig. 1.

MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


Although the manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals.

* NOTE: This application is an interference engine. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions.

Installation: Fabricate timing belt tensioner, using a pivot nut from rear brake adjuster and bar stock. See Fig. 3. Release tension on tensioner spring, using belt tensioner. Rotate tensioner toward water pump and tighten top bolt. Install camshaft/injection pump timing belt. Ensure belt is installed to rotate in original rotation. Maintain tension on belt. Loosen top tensioner bolt to tension timing belt. See Fig. 4. Tighten tensioner hold-down bolts. To complete installation, reverse removal procedure. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
Removal: Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove drive belts. Remove 5 upper front timing belt cover retaining bolts. Remove upper front cover. Remove cooling fan and shroud. Remove water pump pulley. Remove crankshaft pulley attaching bolt. Rotate crankshaft until No. 1 piston is at TDC on compression stroke. Remove vibration damper using Damper Remover (T58P6316-D) or equivalent. Remove 5 lower front timing belt cover attaching bolts and remove cover. Loosen timing belt tensioners and remove belts. Mark direction of rotation on timing belts before removal.

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Fig. 2: Timing Mark Alignment

Fig. 3: Timing Belt Tensioner

Fig. 1: Silent Shaft Timing Belt Tensioner Nut

FORD *2.3L 4-Cylinder Diesel (Cont.)


TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Camshaft Sprocket Bolt .................................... 47-54 (64-73) Crankshaft Pulley Bolts ............................ 123-137 (167-186) Injection Pump Sprocket Nut ............................ 40-50 (54-68) Silent Shaft Sprocket Bolt .................................. 25-28 (34-39) Timing Belt Tensioner Nut ................................ 16-21 (22-29) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Front Case Bolts ......................................... 108-120 (12-14) Rocker Cover Bolts ............................................... 48-60 (5-7) Silent Shaft Chamber Cover Bolts ........................ 36-48 (4-5)

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Fig. 6: Removing Tensioner Bolt Access Cover

Fig. 4: Loosening Belt Tensioner Bolts

Fig. 5: Aligning Mark On Timing Cover With Mark On Camshaft Sprocket

Test

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FORD 2.3L 4-Cylinder


1

TIMING BELT APPLICATION Belt Part No. Application Labor Time 2.3L 4-Cyl. Ranger 1995-97 ................. 2.2 Hours .................. 250276 1 - With Air Cond. add 1.0 hours. With Pwr. Strng. add .3 hours.

release tension. See Fig. 2. Pry tensioner away from timing belt and tighten bolt to hold tensioner in place. Remove timing belt.
CAUTION: Always rotate engine in direction of normal rotation (clockwise as viewed from front of engine). Reverse rotation may cause timing belt to jump time, causing engine damage.

MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


The manufacturer recommends the belt be replaced every 60,000 miles.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
Removal: Remove spark plugs. Ensure crankshaft is set at TDC and camshaft sprocket timing mark and oil pump sprocket timing mark are aligned with inner cover timing marks. See Fig. 1. Remove fan guard. Remove fan shroud and position aside. Remove fan retaining screws, and remove fan and shroud. Rotate drive belt tensioner and remove belt. Remove cooling fan and water pump pulley. Discharge A/C system (if equipped) using approved refrigerant recovery/ recycling equipment. Remove A/C compressor and position aside. Remove A/C compressor mounting bracket with power steering pump attached, and position aside. Remove timing belt outer cover retaining bolt. Release 7 cover interlocking tabs. Remove timing belt cover. Holding timing belt tensioner with Camshaft Belt Tension Adjuster (T74P-6254-A) or equivalent, loosen adjusting bolt and slowly

Installation: Ensure crankshaft is set at TDC and camshaft sprocket timing mark and oil pump sprocket timing mark are aligned with inner cover timing marks. Install NEW timing belt. Loosen tensioner bolt. Allow tensioner to adjust itself, and retighten bolt. Rotate crankshaft clockwise 2 complete revolutions to remove slack from belt. Loosen tensioner bolt. Allow tensioner to adjust itself and retighten bolt. To complete installation, reverse removal procedure. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges. TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) A/C Compressor Bolts ..................................... 15-21 (21-28) Alternator Bracket Bolts .................................... 30-40 (41-54) Alternator Retaining Bolts ................................. 30-40 (41-54) Camshaft Sprocket Bolt .................................... 50-71 (68-96) Cooling Fan Bolts ............................................. 13-16 (17-23) Crankshaft Damper Bolt ........................... 103-133 (140-180) Oil Pump Sprocket Bolt ..................................... 28-40 (38-54) Timing Belt Tensioner Adjusting Bolt ................ 14-21 (35-45) Timing Belt Tensioner Pivot Bolt ....................... 28-40 (40-55) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Engine Timing Belt Cover Bolt .......................... 71-106 (8-12) Spark Plug ........................................................ 80-177 (9-20) Valve Cover Bolt ................................................ 80-115 (9-13)

Fig. 1: Aligning Camshaft & Oil Pump Timing Marks Fig. 2: Exploded View Of Timing Belt & Components

FORD 2.5L 4-Cylinder


TIMING BELT APPLICATION Belt Part No. Application Labor Time 2.5L 4-Cyl. Ranger 1998-01 ................. 2.2 Hours .................. 250276 1 - With Air Cond. add 1.0 hours. With Pwr. Strng. add .5 hours.
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MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


For 1998-00 model years, the manufacturer recommends the belt be inspected at 120,000 miles and replaced if necessary. For 2001 model year, the manufacturer recommends the belt be replaced at 120,000 miles.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
Removal: Disconnect battery ground cable. Remove exhaust side spark plugs. Remove fan shroud bolts and position over fan blades. Loosen, but do not remove, water pump pulley bolts. Remove accessory drive serpentine belt. Remove fan and clutch assembly retaining screws. Remove fan and clutch assembly. Remove fan shroud. Remove water pump pulley. On models with A/C, discharge A/C system using approved refrigerant recovery/recycling equipment. Remove A/C compressor from mounting bracket. Remove A/C compressor mounting bracket with power steering pump attached, and position aside.

Remove timing belt outer cover retaining bolt. Release 7 cover interlocking tabs. Remove timing belt cover. Rotate crankshaft in normal direction of rotation so that No. 1 cylinder is at TDC of compression stroke. Align camshaft, crankshaft and oil pump timing marks. See Fig. 1. Crankshaft keyway should be pointing straight up and circle on crankshaft sprocket must align with notch in engine front cover. Holding timing belt tensioner with Camshaft Belt Tension Adjuster (T74P-6254-A) or equivalent, loosen adjusting bolt and pivot bolt. Slowly release spring tension. Pry tensioner away from timing belt and tighten bolt to hold tensioner in place. Remove timing belt. Installation: Ensure crankshaft is set at TDC and camshaft sprocket timing mark and oil pump sprocket timing mark are aligned with inner cover timing marks. Install timing belt on crankshaft sprocket, oil pump sprocket and then the camshaft sprocket. Loosen timing belt tensioner bolt. Allow tensioner to adjust itself against timing belt. DO NOT tighten belt tensioner. Slowly rotate crankshaft clockwise 2 complete turns clockwise (as viewed from front of engine) so No. 1 cylinder is at TDC of compression stroke. Recheck timing alignment marks. If timing marks are not aligned, reposition timing belt. Repeat timing belt tensioning procedure. Tighten timing belt tensioner adjusting and pivot bolts to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS. Install crankshaft pulley. Tighten center bolt to specification. Install timing belt cover. Install exhaust side spark plugs. Install A/C compressor mounting bracket to engine. Install A/C compressor to mounting bracket. To complete installation, reverse removal procedure. Recharge A/C system. TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) A/C Compressor Mount Bolts ............................. 15-21 (21-28) A/C Compressor Mounting Bracket-To-Engine M8 Bolt ......................................................................... 18 (25) M10 Bolt & Stud ............................................................ 35 (48) Alternator Bracket Bolts .................................... 30-40 (41-54) Alternator Retaining Bolts ................................. 30-40 (41-54) Camshaft Sprocket Bolt .................................... 52-70 (70-95) Cooling Fan-To-Water Pump Bolts ................... 13-16 (17-23) Crankshaft Damper Bolt ............................... 93-121 (125-165) Oil Pump Sprocket Bolt ..................................... 28-40 (38-54) Timing Belt Tensioner Adjusting Bolt ................ 14-21 (35-45) Timing Belt Tensioner Pivot Bolt ....................... 28-40 (40-55) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Engine Timing Belt Cover Bolt .......................... 71-106 (8-12) Spark Plug ........................................................ 80-177 (9-20) Valve Cover Bolt ................................................ 80-115 (9-13)

Fig. 1: Aligning Timing Marks

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FORD 2.5L V6

TIMING BELT APPLICATION Belt Part No. Application Labor Time1 2.5L V6 Probe 1993-97 ................. 4.0 Hours .................. 250214 1 - With Air Cond. add .2 hours.

MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


The manufacturer recommends the belt be replaced every 60,000 miles for Federal vehicles and 105,000 miles for California vehicles.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
CAUTION: DO NOT rotate crankshaft or camshafts with timing belt removed. Damage to valve/piston may result. Fig. 2: Checking & Compressing Automatic Belt Tensioner

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Fig. 1: Exploded View Of Timing Belt & Components

FORD 2.5L V6 (Cont.)


Removal: Disconnect negative battery cable. Disconnect engine coolant temperature sensor and temperature gauge sender connectors from coolant elbow. Disconnect crankshaft position sensor connector. See Fig. 2. Remove accessory drive belts. Raise and support vehicle. Remove A/C belt tensioner bracket. Remove crankshaft damper bolt using Crankshaft Pulley Holder (T92C-6316AH) or equivalent. Remove crankshaft damper. Remove 2 timing belt cover bolts from behind crankshaft damper. Remove timing belt cover lower bolts. Using Power Steering Pump Pulley Remover (D85L-6000-A) or equivalent, remove power steering pump pulley. Using Water Pump Pulley Remover (T92C-631 2-AH) or equivalent, remove water pump pulley bolts and pulley. Lower vehicle. Remove oil dipstick tube. Remove upper timing belt cover bolts. Remove A/C-alternator belt idler bracket. Remove left timing belt cover then right cover. Remove 3 nuts and through-bolt from right engine mount. Remove right engine mount. Align crankshaft timing sprocket by turning crankshaft in normal direction of engine rotation only. Remove timing belt tensioner arm by removing lower and then upper tensioner arm bolts. Mark direction of timing belt rotation if reusing belt. Using an Allen wrench, loosen timing belt tensioner bolt. Remove timing belt.
CAUTION: DO NOT rotate camshafts or crankshaft with timing belt removed, as engine damage could result.

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Fig. 4: Positioning Crankshaft To Remove Slack From Timing Belt

Inspection: Inspect timing belt for damaged teeth, cracking and oil contamination. Ensure upper and lower timing belt idlers rotate freely. Replace damaged components. Inspect timing belt tensioner for signs of oil leakage. Replace timing belt tensioner if oil leakage exists. Measure timing belt tensioner rod protrusion (free length) from end of rod to edge of housing . See Fig. 1. Replace timing belt tensioner if distance is not .55-.63" (14-16 mm). Installation: Place timing belt tensioner in a press, using a flat washer to prevent damage to timing belt tensioner plug.

Compress automatic belt tensioner until hole in piston aligns with second hole in housing. Insert a .06" (1.5 mm) diameter pin, or drill through hole to keep piston in compressed position. See Fig. 1. Ensure camshafts and crankshaft timing marks align. See Fig. 3. Turn crankshaft counterclockwise until crankshaft timing sprocket is offset from TDC by one tooth. See Fig. 4. Install timing belt. Turn crankshaft clockwise until crankshaft timing mark is back to TDC. This should put slack on tensioner portion of belt. Install automatic timing belt tensioner, and tighten bolts to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS. Remove pin from automatic tensioner. Turn crankshaft 2 complete revolutions. Recheck timing marks to ensure timing is still correct. See Fig. 3. To complete installation, reverse removal procedure. Tighten bolts to specification. Check ignition timing. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges. TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) A/C Compressor Bolt ....................................... 28-38 (38-51) A/C Compressor Bracket-To-Cylinder Block Bolt ........................................................ 28-38 (38-51) Camshaft Sprocket Bolt ............................. 90-103 (122-140) Crankshaft Pulley Bolt .............................. 116-122 (157-165) Engine Mount Nuts ......................................... 54-76 (73-103) Engine Mount Through-Bolts .......................... 50-68 (86-116) Front Suspension Crossmember Bolt ........... 69-93 (94-126) Knock Sensor ................................................... 14-25 (20-34) Power Steering Pump Bracket Bolt ................... 24-33 (32-46) Spark Plug ....................................................... 11 -16 (15-23) Tensioner Pulley Bolt ........................................ 27-33 (37-45) Timing Belt Tensioner Bolt ............................... 28-32 (38-43) Water Pump Bolt .............................................. 14-18 (19-24) Wheel Lug Nut ................................................ 65-87 (88-118) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Timing Belt Cover Bolt ........................................ 71-88 (8-10) Valley Cover Bolts .............................................. 71 -88 (8-10) Valve Cover Bolt .................................................... 43-78 (5-8) Water Pump Pulley Bolt ...................................... 71-88 (8-10)

Fig. 3: Aligning Camshaft & Crankshaft To TDC

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Loosen tensioner lock nut. Using Allen wrench, rotate tensioner by turning Allen wrench clockwise 70-80 degrees. Temporarily tighten lock nut. Rotate crankshaft clockwise at least 2 revolutions. Return cylinder No. 1 to TDC of compression stroke. Using Push/Pull Gauge (J-38387) or equivalent, apply 22 lbs. (10.0 kg) pressure to timing belt between right camshaft sprocket and tensioner. Hold tensioner in position with Allen wrench, and loosen tensioner lock nut.

TIMING BELT APPLICATION Belt Labor Component Part Application Time Kit No. No. 3.0L V6 SOHC Villager (Mercury) 1993 ............... 1 3.5 Hrs. .... 2521040 ....... 250104 1994-98 .......... 1 3.5 Hrs. .......................... 250249 1 - With Air Cond. add .3 hours. With Pwr. Strng. add .3 hours. NOTE: A timing belt component kit is available for this application. See page.... for information on component kits.

MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


The manufacturer recommends the belt be replaced every 105,000 miles.

*NOTE: This application is an interference engine. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
Removal: Disconnect negative battery cable. Raise and support vehicle. Remove covers from below engine. Drain cooling system. Remove right front wheel and engine side cover. Remove accessory drive belts. Remove crankshaft pulley bolt and pulley. Remove upper radiator hose and water inlet hose. Remove A/C compressor idler pulley and bracket. Remove water pump pulley. Remove upper and lower timing belt front covers. Temporarily install crankshaft pulley bolt so crankshaft can be rotated. Set cylinder No. 1 at TDC of compression stroke by rotating crankshaft until marks on camshaft sprockets align with marks on timing belt upper rear cover, and mark on crankshaft sprocket aligns with mark on front cover housing. See Fig. 2. Loosen timing belt tensioner nut. Release tension on belt. Remove timing belt. Check timing belt tensioner, spring and timing belt. Installation: Ensure cylinder No. 1 is at TDC of compression stroke. See Fig. 2. Install tensioner and return spring if removed. If return spring stud was removed, apply thread lock sealant to threads before installing stud. Insert an Allen wrench into hole in tensioner, turn tensioner fully clockwise, and temporarily tighten lock nut. Install timing belt with arrow on timing belt facing front of engine. Align White lines on timing belt with marks on camshaft sprockets and crankshaft sprocket. White lines ensure correct number of teeth exist between timing marks on sprockets.

Fig. 1: Exploded View Of Timing Belt Components

Fig. 2: Installing Timing Belt & Sprocket

FORD *3.0L V6 SOHC, Villager (Cont.)

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Fig. 3: Adjusting Timing Belt

Place a .0138" (.351 mm) feeler gauge at tensioner pulley and timing belt, and rotate crankshaft until feeler gauge is centered between tensioner pulley and timing belt. See Fig. 3. Tighten tensioner lock nut to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS. Rotate crankshaft to remove feeler gauge. Rotate crankshaft clockwise at least 2 revolutions until cylinder No. 1 is at TDC of compression stroke. Measure timing belt deflection halfway between camshaft sprockets. If deflection is not .51-.59" (13-15 mm), readjust timing belt tension. To complete installation, reverse removal procedure. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges. TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Camshaft Sprocket Bolt .................................... 58-65 (79-88) Crankshaft Pulley Bolt ................................. 90-98 (122-133) Rocker Shaft Bolts ............................................ 13-16 (16-20) Timing Belt Tensioner Lock Nut/Bolt ................ 32-43 (43-58) Water Pump Bolt .............................................. 13-16 (16-20) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Timing Belt Cover ................................................. 27-43 (3-5)

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FORD 3.0L & 3.2L V6 SHO


NOTE: To prevent timing belt whine on models with 3.0L engine and manual transaxle, the timing belt must be correctly tensioned. The revised tensioning procedure is from Ford technical service bulletin 95-22-10; November 6, 1995.

TIMING BELT APPLICATION Application Labor Time Belt Part No. 3.0L V6 SHO Taurus 1989-95 ................ 3.0 Hours ................. 250248 3.2L V6 SHO Taurus 1993-95 ................ 3.0 Hours ................. 250248

MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


The manufacturer recommends the belt be replaced every 100,000 miles.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
Removal (3.0L SHO): Remove battery. Remove engine roll damper, located near timing belt cover. Disconnect ignition control module. Remove intake manifold crossover tube. See Fig. 4. Remove accessory drive belts. Remove alternator belt tensioner pulley and bracket. Remove water pump tensioner pulley. Disconnect crankshaft sensor wiring assembly at lower timing belt cover. Remove upper timing belt cover. Ensure transaxle is in Neutral. Rotate crankshaft until No. 1 piston is at TDC. Ensure White mark on crankshaft damper aligns with 0 mark on lower timing belt cover and camshaft timing marks align with marks on timing belt cover. See Fig. 1. Raise and support vehicle. Remove right front wheel and splash shield. Using Puller (T67L-3600-A) or equivalent, remove crankshaft damper. Remove timing belt covers. Disconnect crankshaft position sensor wire and grommet from slot near water pump. Ensure timing marks align. See Fig. 2. If reusing timing belt, place reference mark on timing belt, camshaft sprockets, and crankshaft sprocket. Mark direction of belt rotation for reassembly reference. Loosen timing belt tensioner lock nut. Rotate tensioner pulley 180 degrees clockwise using 6mm Allen wrench. See Fig. 6. Tighten lock nut to hold tensioner in unloaded position. Lower vehicle. Remove timing belt.

Installation (3.0L SHO): Ensure No. 1 piston is at TDC of compression stroke. Ensure camshaft timing marks align with timing belt cover marks and crankshaft sprocket timing mark aligns with mark on oil pump housing. See Fig. 2. Install timing belt on crankshaft and route around left camshaft and onto right camshaft sprockets. Ensure used timing belt is installed in original direction of rotation. Loosen timing belt tensioner lock nut and leave nut loose. Raise and support vehicle. Install center timing belt cover and ensure crankshaft sensor wiring is properly routed. Install lower timing belt cover. Install crankshaft damper. Tighten bolt to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS table. Rotate crankshaft until Yellow mark on crankshaft damper aligns with 0 mark on lower timing belt cover. See Fig. 1. Remove plastic access cover in lower timing belt cover. Tighten timing belt tensioner lock nut to 25-37ft. lbs. (34-50 N.m). Install plastic access cover. Rotate crankshaft clockwise 60 degrees until White mark on crankshaft damper aligns with 0 mark on lower timing belt cover. Lower vehicle. Ensure camshaft timing marks align with timing belt cover marks. See Fig. 2. Install upper timing belt cover. Install intake manifold crossover tubes. Connect ignition electrical connector. Install splash shield and right front wheel. To install remaining components, reverse removal procedure. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges.

G93G56966

Courtesy of Ford Motor Co.

Fig. 1: Crankshaft Pulley Timing Marks

Fig. 2: Aligning Timing Marks

FORD 3.0L & 3.2L V6 SHO (Cont.)


Removal (3.2L SHO): Remove battery. Remove engine roll damper, located near timing belt cover. Disconnect ignition control module. Remove intake manifold crossover tube. See Fig. 4. Remove serpentine drive belt and tensioner. Remove upper and lower idler pulleys. Using a strap wrench to hold power steering pump pulley, remove power steering pump pulley nut and pulley. Remove upper and center timing belt covers. Disconnect crankshaft sensor wiring assembly at lower timing belt cover. Ensure transaxle is in Neutral. Rotate crankshaft until No. 1 piston is at TDC. Ensure White mark on crankshaft damper aligns with 0 mark on lower timing belt cover and camshaft timing marks align with marks on timing belt cover. See Fig. 2. Raise and support vehicle. Remove right front wheel and splash shield. Using Puller (T67L-3600-A), remove crankshaft damper. Remove lower timing belt cover. Remove timing belt guide located in front of crankshaft sprocket. Ensure timing marks align. See Fig. 2. If reusing timing belt, place reference mark on timing belt, camshaft sprockets, and crankshaft sprocket. Mark direction of belt rotation for reassembly reference. Slowly loosen timing belt tensioner bolt and remove tensioner. Lower vehicle. Remove timing belt. Installation (3.2L SHO): Ensure No. 1 piston is at TDC of compression stroke. Ensure camshaft timing marks align with timing belt cover marks and crankshaft sprocket timing mark aligns with mark on oil pump housing. See Fig. 2. Place timing belt tensioner in a soft jawed vise. Compress tensioner until hole in tensioner rod aligns with hole in tensioner housing. Install a 1.5 mm Allen wrench through hole, and lock tensioner in retracted position. See Fig. 3. Install timing belt on crankshaft and route belt around left camshaft and onto right camshaft sprockets. Ensure used timing belt is installed in original direction of rotation. Install timing belt tensioner while pushing tensioner pulley toward belt. Install rubber grommets between tensioner and oil pump. See Fig. 5. Remove Allen wrench from tensioner. If installing used belt, skip the next step. If installing new timing belt, go to next step. Mount Timing Belt Tensioner Tool (T93P-6254B) or equivalent, using power steering pump bracket bolt holes. Using INCH-lb. torque wrench and Torque Wrench Attachment (T93P-6254-A) or equivalent, rotate tensioner clockwise to 4.3 INCH lbs. (.5 N.m.). Tighten belt tensioner bolt. Remove tensioner tool. Tighten bolts to specification. Raise and support vehicle. Install timing belt guide and lower timing belt cover. Install crankshaft damper. Rotate crankshaft clockwise 60 degrees until White mark on crankshaft damper aligns with 0 mark on lower timing belt cover. Ensure camshaft timing marks align with timing belt cover marks. See Fig. 2. Ensure crankshaft sensor wiring is properly routed. Install remaining timing belt covers. To install remaining components, reverse removal procedure. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges.

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Fig. 3: Compressing Timing Belt Tensioner (3.2L)

Fig. 4: Exploded View Of Intake Manifold & Brackets

Fig. 5: Installing Rubber Grommets (3.2L SHO)

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FORD 3.0L & 3.2L V6 SHO (Cont.)


TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Camshaft Pulley Bolts ...................................... 15-18 (20-24) Camshaft Timing Belt Sprocket Bolt ................. 15-18 (20-24) Engine Damper Bracket Bolt ............................ 21-30 (28-41) Idler Pulley Nut ................................................. 25-37 (34-50) Intake Manifold Crossover Tube Bolt ................... 11-16 (15-22) Timing Belt Upper Cover Bolt (3.2L) ................. 12-17 (16-23) Timing Belt Tensioner Arm Nut (3.2L) ............... 27-37 (36-50) Timing Belt Tensioner Bolt (3.2L) ..................... 12-17 (16-23) Timing Belt Tensioner Lock Nut (3.0L ) ............ 25-37 (34-50) Water Pump Pulley Bolt .................................... 12-17 (16-23) Wheel Lug Nut .............................................. 85-105 (115-142) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Camshaft Sensor Bolt ........................................ 62-97 (7-11) Crankshaft Sensor ............................................... 18-27 (2-3) Timing Belt Cover Bolt (3.0L) ................................. 62-97 (7-11) Valve Cover Bolt .............................................. 89-142 (10-16)

G93F566965

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Fig. 6: Adjusting Timing Belt Tension (3.0L)

GEO 1.6L 4-Cylinder DOHC, Prizm GSI


TIMING BELT APPLICATION Application Labor Time Belt Part No. 1.6L 4-Cyl. DOHC Prizm GSI 1990-92 ................ 1 3.1 Hours ................. 250176 1 - With Pwr. Strng. add .4 hours.

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Remove water pump pulley. Remove upper, center and lower timing belt covers. Remove timing belt guide. Turn crankshaft so that camshaft and crankshaft timing marks are aligned. See Fig. 2. Loosen timing belt idler pulley bolt. Remove timing belt.

CAUTION: If timing belt is to be reused, mark direction of timing belt rotation. Place mating marks on belt and sprockets for reference.

MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


The manufacturer recommends the belt be inspected and adjusted at 30,000 mile intervals, and replaced at 60,000 mile intervals.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
Removal: Disconnect negative battery cable. Raise and support vehicle. Turn front wheels all the way to the right. Remove right front wheel. Remove right lower stone shield from under vehicle. Remove accessory drive belts. Remove center bolt and crankshaft pulley. Lower vehicle. Label spark plug secondary cables for reassembly reference. Disconnect spark plug cables from spark plugs. Remove PCV valvefrom valve cover. Disconnect accelerator cable from valve cover. Disconnect wiring harness from valve cover. Remove valve covers. Remove windshield washer reservoir. Remove engine wiring harness from upper timing belt cover. Support engine from above using Engine Support Bar (J 28467-A) or equivalent. Remove engine mount through bolt from mount on timing belt end of engine.

Inspection: Inspect timing belt for cracks or damaged teeth. Ensure timing belt is not contaminated with oil. Check belt tensioner pulley for smooth rotation or grease leaks. Replace damaged components. Remove spring from timing belt idler pulley. Check free length of belt tensioner spring. Free length is measured between inside diameters of hooked portion of spring (not coil length). Replace spring if free length is greater than 1.618 (41.09 mm). See Fig. 3. Installation: Ensure all timing marks are aligned. See Fig. 2. Install timing belt. If reusing old timing belt, ensure belt is installed in original rotating direction. If removed, installed timing belt idler pulley spring. Loosen timing belt idler pulley bolt to allow tension to be applied on timing belt. Temporarily install crankshaft pulley center bolt. Rotate crankshaft clockwise 2 revolutions, to TDC. Ensure all timing marks are aligned. Final tighten timing belt idler pulley bolt to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS. Apply about 4.5 lbs. (2.04 kg) of downward pressure to timing belt between camshaft sprockets. Belt deflection should be about .16 (4 mm) if timing belt tension is correct. Remove crankshaft bolt. Install timing belt guide. Install upper, center, and lower timing belt covers. Install crankshaft pulley. Tighten center bolt to specification. Install water pump pulley. Install engine mount through-bolt and tighten to specification. Remove engine support bar. Install valve cover with new gaskets. Apply GM sealant (part no. 1052917) or equivalent to valve cover mating surfaces. Install accessory drive belts. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges. To install remaining components, reverse removal procedure.

Courtesy of Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc.

Fig. 1: Exploded View Of Timing Belt & Components

Courtesy of Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc.

Fig. 2: Aligning Camshaft & Crankshaft Timing Marks

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GEO 1.6L 4-Cylinder DOHC, Prizm GSI (Cont.)

TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Camshaft Sprocket Bolts ............................................... 35 (47) Crankshaft Pulley Bolt .............................................. 87 (118) Engine Mount Through-Bolt ............................................ 64 (87) Timing Belt Idler Pulley Bolt ............................................ 27 (37) Water Pump Pulley Bolt .............................................. 17 (23) Wheel Lug Nut .......................................................... 76 (103) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Timing Belt Cover Bolt .................................................. 44 (5) Valve Cover Nut ............................................................ 53 (6)
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Fig. 3: Checking Timing Belt Tensioner Spring Free Length

GEO *1.6L 4-Cylinder Storm SOHC


TIMING BELT APPLICATION Belt Part No. Application Labor Time1 1.6L 4-Cyl. SOHC Storm 1990-93 ................ 1.5 Hours ................. 250177 1 - With Air Cond. add .4 hours. With Pwr. Strng. add .3 hours.

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MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


The manufacturer recommends the belt be replaced at 30,000 mile intervals.

* NOTE: This application is an interference engine. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
Removal: Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove alternator and power steering pump drive belts. Using Engine Support Fixture (J-26900-9) or equivalent, support engine from above. Remove engine mount located at timing belt cover. Rotate crankshaft and position No. 1 cylinder at TDC of compression stroke. Ensure timing mark on crankshaft pulley aligns with O timing mark on timing belt cover. Remove timing belt cover. See Fig. 1. Ensure locating dowel on camshaft sprocket is at 12 oclock position and timing mark is aligned with cylinder head surface. See Fig. 2. Raise and support vehicle. Remove right side undercover. Remove crankshaft pulley-to-sprocket bolts. See Fig. 1. Remove crankshaft pulley. Lower vehicle. Ensure timing mark (notch) on rear of crankshaft sprocket is aligned with timing mark on oil pump. See Fig. 4. Loosen belt tensioner bolt 1/2 turn. Rotate belt tensioner and remove timing belt. Inspection: Inspect timing belt for damaged teeth, cracking or oil contamination. Ensure belt tensioner bearing rotates freely. Replace components if damaged.
NOTE: Revised timing belt tensioning procedure is from GEO technical service bulletin 91-487-6A; February 26, 1992.

Courtesy of General Motors Corp.

Fig. 1: Timing Belt Components

Installation: Rotate camshaft so locating dowel on camshaft sprocket is at 12 oclock position and timing mark aligns with cylinder head surface. See Fig. 2. Ensure timing mark (notch) on rear of crankshaft sprocket aligns with timing mark on oil pump. See Fig. 4. Install timing belt over crankshaft sprocket, tensioner pulley, water pump and camshaft sprocket. Insert a hex wrench into the tensioner pulley hexagonal hole. Rotate pulley counterclockwise to tension the belt. Hold pulley stationary and temporarily tighten the tensioner pulley bolt. Rotate crankshaft 2 revolutions counterclockwise and align crankshaft and camshaft timing marks. See Figs. 2 and 4.

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Fig. 2: Aligning Camshaft Sprocket Timing Marks

Loosen belt tensioner pulley bolt. Insert a hex key wrench into tensioner pulley hexagonal hole. Rotate the tensioner pulley counterclockwise to tension the timing belt. Tighten tensioner pulley bolt to 37 ft. lbs. (50 N.m). Rotate crankshaft back to about 50 degrees BTDC and back to TDC of No. 4 cylinder. Align crankshaft sprocket timing mark with mark on oil pump housing. Align camshaft sprocket timing mark with upper surface of cylinder head.

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GEO *1.6L 4-Cylinder Storm SOHC (Cont.)

Courtesy of General Motors Corp.

Fig. 4: Crankshaft Sprocket Timing Mark

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Fig. 3: Timing Belt Routing

Measure timing belt deflection by applying 22 lbs. (98 N) of force to belt. See Fig. 5. Defection must be .63-.79 (16-20 mm). If deflection is not correct, retension timing belt. Ensure camshaft sprocket is still aligned correctly. Install timing belt cover. Install crankshaft pulley. Install engine undercover. Install right engine mount. Install accessory drive belts. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges. TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Crankshaft Pulley-To-Sprocket Bolt ................................ 17 (23) Crankshaft Sprocket Center Bolt ............................... 87 (118) Engine Mount Right Bracket Bolt ..................................................... 29 (39) Right Through-Bolt ................................................... 50 (68) Power Steering Pump Bolt .......................................... 15 (20) Timing Belt Tensioner Pulley Bolt ................................... 37 (50) Water Pump Bolt ............................................................ 18 (25) Wheel Lug Nut .......................................................... 87 (118) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Crankshaft Pulley-To-Flange Bolt ............................... 89 (10) Timing Belt Cover Bolt .................................................... 89 (10) Valve Cover Bolt .......................................................... 89 (10)
Fig. 5: Tensioning Timing Belt

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GEO *1.6L & 1.8L 4-Cylinder DOHC, Prizm


TIMING BELT APPLICATION Labor Component Application Time Kit No. 1.6L 4-Cyl. DOHC, VIN 6 Prizm (Except GSI) 1989-97 .......... 1 2.2 Hrs. .... 2522360 ........ 250236 1.8L 4-Cyl. DOHC, VIN 8 Prizm (Except GSI) 1993-97 .......... 1 2.2 Hrs. ........................... 250235 1 - With Air Cond. add .4 hours. With Pwr. Strng. add .4 hours. Belt Part No.

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CAUTION: If timing belt is to be reused, mark direction of timing belt rotation and place reference marks on timing belt and sprockets for installation reference.

NOTE: A timing belt component kit is available for this application. See page I for information on component kits.

Remove timing belt tensioner bolt, tensioner and tensioner spring. Remove timing belt. Inspection: Inspect timing belt for damaged teeth or cracking. Ensure timing belt is not contaminated with oil. Check tensioner pulley for rotation freedom or grease leaks. Replace components if damaged. Check free length of idler pulley spring. Free length is measured between inside edge of hooked portions of spring (not the coil area). See Fig. 4. Replace spring if free length is not as specified. See TENSIONER SPRING FREE LENGTH. TENSIONER SPRING FREE LENGTH Maximum Free Length Year In. (mm) 1989-92 .................................................................. 1.512 (38.4) 1993-94 .................................................................. 1.390 (35.3) 1995-97 .................................................................. 1.453 (36.9) Installation: Ensure all timing marks are still aligned. See Fig. 3. Install timing belt tensioner and spring. Move tensioner to the left and temporarily tighten bolt. Install timing belt. If old timing belt is reused, ensure belt is installed in original rotating direction. Ensure marks on belt align with camshaft and crankshaft sprockets. Loosen timing belt tensioner bolt and allow tension to be applied on timing belt. Rotate crankshaft CLOCKWISE 2 revolutions. DO NOT turn crankshaft counterclockwise. Ensure all timing marks are aligned. Tighten timing belt tensioner bolts to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS.

MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


The manufacturer recommends the belt be inspected and adjusted at 30,000 mile intervals, and replaced at 60,000 mile intervals.

*NOTE: This application is an interference engine. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
Removal: Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove windshield washer reservoir. On vehicles equipped with cruise control, remove cruise control actuator cover. Disconnect cruise control electrical connector and actuator cable. Remove cruise control actuator from vehicle. On all vehicles, raise and support vehicle. Remove right front wheel. Remove right wheel housing. Loosen, but do not remove, water pump pulley bolts. Lower vehicle. Remove accessory drive belts. Disconnect A/C compressor electrical connector. Remove A/C compressor mounting bolts. Set compressor aside with hoses attached. Remove mounting bracket from engine. Remove wiring harness from valve cover. Noting position for reassembly reference, remove spark plug secondary cables from spark plugs. Remove spark plugs. Remove PCV valve from valve cover. Remove valve cover. Turn crankshaft so that 0 mark on crankshaft pulley aligns with mark on timing case cover. Ensure No. 1 piston is at TDC of compression stroke. If not, turn crankshaft one full revolution. Using Support Fixture (J028467-A) or equivalent, support engine from above. Remove engine mount from timing belt end of engine. Remove water pump pulley. Remove crankshaft pulley. Remove timing belt covers. Noting installed position, remove timing belt guide from crankshaft.

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Fig. 1: Exploded View Of Timing Belt & Components

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Fig. 2: Aligning Timing Marks & Checking Belt Deflection

Measure timing belt deflection at midway point between camshaft and crankshaft sprockets. See Fig. 2. With 4.4 Ibs. (1.9 kg) applied on timing belt, defection should be .20-.24" (5.1-6.9 mm). If belt deflection is not within specification, repeat previous step.

CAUTION: Ensure all timing marks are aligned once timing belt is adjusted.

Install timing belt guide with cupped side facing out. Install timing belt covers, starting with bottom cover. Install crankshaft pulley. Tighten center bolt to specification. Install water pump pulley. Install engine mount. Install engine ground wire (if equipped) to right fender apron. Install valve cover with new gasket. Install spark plugs and spark plug secondary wires. Install PCV valve and wiring harness on valve cover. Install A/C compressor mounting bracket (if removed). Install A/C compressor to bracket. Install accessory drive belts. Install cruise control actuator (if equipped). Install windshield washer reservoir. To install remaining components, reverse removal procedure. Adjust accessory drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges. TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) A/C Compressor Bracket-To-Engine Bolt ................... 35 (47) A/C Compressor-To-Bracket Bolt ............................... 18 (25) Camshaft Sprocket Bolt .................................................. 43 (59) Crankshaft Pulley Bolt .............................................. 87 (118) Timing Belt Tensioner Bolt ............................................. 27 (37) Water Pump Bolt ........................................................ 11 (15) Water Pump Pulley Bolt .............................................. 17 (23) Wheel Lug Nut .......................................................... 76 (103) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Timing Belt Cover Bolt .................................................. 44 (5) Valve Cover Cap Nuts ................................................... 53 (6)

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Fig 3: Aligning Camshaft & Crankshaft Timing Marks

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Fig. 4: Checking Timing Belt Tensioner Spring Free Length

GEO 1.6L & 1.8L 4-Cylinder DOHC, Storm


TIMING BELT APPLICATION Application Labor Time Belt Part No. 1.6L 4-Cyl. DOHC Storm 1990-91 ................ 1 2.0 Hours ................. 250169 1.8L 4-Cyl. DOHC Asuna Sunfire (Canadian) 1993 ..................... 1 2.4 Hours ................. 250205 Storm 1992-93 ................ 1 2.4 Hours ................. 250205 1 - With Air Cond. add .4 hours. With Pwr. Strng. add .3 hours.

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Loosen belt tensioner bolt to allow tension to be applied on timing belt. Rotate crankshaft clockwise 2 revolutions. Ensure all timing marks are still aligned. Tighten timing belt tensioner pulley bolt to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS. Install lower timing belt cover. Install engine mount bracket on engine. Install crankshaft pulley and tighten center bolt to specification. Install upper timing belt cover. Install engine mount. To install remaining components, reverse removal procedure. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges. TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Camshaft Sprocket Bolt .................................................. 43 (59) Crankshaft Pulley Center Bolt 1.6L ............................................................................ 87 (118) 1.8L .......................................................................... 108 (147) Engine Mount Bracket-To-Engine Bolt ............................ 37 (50) Engine Mount Through-Bolt ............................................ 50 (68) Power Steering Pump Mounting Bolt .............................. 15 (20) Serpentine Drive Belt Tensioner Bolt ............................. 30 (40) Timing Belt Tensioner Pulley Bolt ................................... 31 (42) Water Pump Bolt 1.6L .............................................................................. 11 (15) 1.8L .............................................................................. 18 (24) Wheel Lug Nut .......................................................... 87 (118) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Timing Belt Cover Bolt .................................................... 89 (10)

MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


The manufacturer recommends the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
Removal: Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove accessory drive belts or serpentine belt. Raise and support vehicle. Remove right splash shield. Rotate crankshaft so that No. 1 cylinder is at TDC of compression stroke. Remove crankshaft pulley. Lower vehicle. Support weight of engine from above or with floor jack. Remove engine mount from timing belt end of engine. Remove timing belt upper cover. On 1.6L engine, remove timing belt lower cover. On 1.8L engine, remove serpentine drive belt idler pulley. Remove exhaust heat shield. Remove power steering pump mounting bolts. Move pump forward to gain access to serpentine drive belt tensioner. Remove serpentine drive belt tensioner from mounting bracket. On 1.6L and 1.8L engines, remove engine mount bracket from timing belt end of engine. Remove timing belt lower cover. Ensure crankshaft and camshaft timing marks are aligned. See Fig. 1. Loosen timing belt tensioner pulley bolt 1/2 turn. If timing belt is to be reused, mark direction of timing belt rotation, and place reference marks on timing belt and sprockets for installation reference. Remove timing belt. Inspection: Inspect timing belt for cracks or damage. Ensure belt is not contaminated with oil. Check belt tensioner pulley for smooth rotation. Replace damaged components. Installation: Ensure all timing marks are aligned. See Fig. 1. Install timing belt. If reusing old timing belt, ensure belt is installed in original rotating direction. Install timing belt on crankshaft pulley, then water pump pulley, timing belt idler pulley, exhaust camshaft sprocket, intake camshaft sprocket and timing belt tensioner pulley. See Fig. 2.

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Fig. 1: Aligning Camshaft & Crankshaft Timing Marks

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Fig. 2: Timing Belt Installation

GEO/CHEVROLET 1.0L 3-Cylinder


TIMING BELT APPLICATION Application 1.0L 3-Cyl. Firefly (Canadian) 1985-88 .......... 1 2.2 Hrs. ........................... 250095 1989-91 .......... 1 2.2 Hrs. ........................... 250166 1994-95 .......... 1 2.2 Hrs. ........................... 250241 1996-00 .......... 1 1.8 Hrs. .... 2521941 ........ 250194 Metro 1989-92 .......... 1 2.2 Hrs. ........................... 250166 1993 ............... 1 2.2 Hrs. ......................... 2 250166 1993 ............... 1 2.2 Hrs. ......................... 3 250241 1994-95 .......... 1 2.2 Hrs. ........................... 250241 1996-97 .......... 1 2.2 Hrs. .... 2521941 ........ 250194 1996-00 .......... 1 1.8 Hrs. .... 2521941 ........ 250194 Sprint (Includes Canadian) 1985-88 .......... 1 2.2 Hrs. ........................... 250095 1989-91 .......... 1 2.2 Hrs. ........................... 250166 1 - With Air Cond. add .4 hours. 2 Four bolt sprocket. 3 Five bolt sprocket. Labor Time Component Kit No. Belt Part No.

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Inspection: Inspect timing belt for damaged teeth, cracking and oil contamination. Ensure tensioner rotates freely. Replace damaged components.
CAUTION: Ensure concave side of timing belt guide faces oil pump. Flat side of timing belt guide goes against crankshaft sprocket. CAUTION: Ensure tensioner plate moves when tensioner is moved toward timing belt. If tensioner plate does not move, ensure lug is engaged in hole on tensioner.

Installation: If tensioner was removed, install tensioner plate on tensioner. Ensure tensioner plate lug engages hole on rear of tensioner. Install tensioner assembly on cylinder block. Tighten tensioner bolt finger tight to allow movement of tensioner. Ensure all timing marks align. See Fig. 2 or 5. If timing marks are not aligned, rotate camshaft or crankshaft to align timing marks. DO NOT rotate camshaft or crankshaft so timing mark moves more than 90 degrees or engine damage may occur. See Fig. 3.
CAUTION: Install timing belt so arrow on timing belt, or mark made during removal, points in direction of crankshaft rotation. Crankshaft rotates clockwise.

NOTE: A timing belt component kit is available for this application. See page I for information on component kits.

MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


Up to 1997 model year, the manufacturer recommends the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals. For 1998-00 model years, the manufacturer recommends the belt be inspected at 60,000 miles and replaced at 100,000 miles.

Install tensioner spring and spring damper, push tensioner plate upward and tighten tensioner bolt. Install timing belt so arrow on timing belt, or mark made during removal, points in direction of crankshaft rotation. Ensure no slack exists on drive side of timing belt. Loosen tensioner bolt and allow spring tension to remove slack in timing belt. Tighten tensioner bolt.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
Removal: Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove air cleaner. Remove A/C suction pipe bracket (if equipped). Raise and support vehicle. Remove lower right engine undercover. Remove lower generator cover plate. Remove all accessory drive belts. Remove outer bolts retaining crankshaft pulley. Remove crankshaft pulley. DO NOT remove crankshaft pulley center bolt. Remove wire harness from timing belt cover. Remove timing belt cover and seal. See Fig. 1 or 4. Rotate crankshaft and align timing marks. See Fig. 2 or 5. Remove tensioner spring and tensioner stud. Loosen, but DO NOT remove, tensioner bolt. If reusing timing belt, mark rotation direction. Remove belt tensioner, tensioner plate, tensioner spring, spring damper and timing belt.
CAUTION: DO NOT rotate crankshaft or camshaft when timing belt is removed or piston damage may result. Note direction of timing belt guide for installation. Ensure concave side of timing belt guide faces away from timing belt.

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Fig. 1: Exploded View Of Timing Belt Components (1985-97)

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Fig. 4: Exploded View Of Timing Belt Components (1998-00) Fig. 2: Aligning Timing Marks (1985-97)

Fig. 3: Rotating Camshaft & Crankshaft

Rotate crankshaft 2 revolutions clockwise to ensure all slack is removed from timing belt. Tighten tensioner stud and tensioner bolt. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS. Ensure all timing marks are aligned. To install remaining components, reverse removal procedure. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges. TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) A/C Compressor Mounting Bolt 12 mm ...................................................................... 21 (29) 14 mm ........................................................................ 33 (45) Crankshaft Pulley-To-Crankshaft Bolt ......................... 12 (16) Tensioner Bolt ............................................................ 20 (27) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Timing Belt Cover Bolt ................................................ 97 (11) Timing Belt Tensioner Stud ........................................ 97 (11) Valve Cover Bolt ............................................................ 44 (5) Water Pump Bolt (1998-00) .......................................... 115 (13) Water Pump Bolt (1995-97) ......................................... 97 (11)

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Fig. 5: Aligning Timing Marks (1998-00)

GEO/CHEVROLET 1.3L 4-Cylinder


TIMING BELT APPLICATION Application 1.3L 4-Cyl. Firefly (Canadian) 1995-97 .......... 1 2.6 Hrs. ........................... 250272 1998-00 .......... 1 2.6 Hrs. .... 2521941 ........ 250194 Metro 1992-93 .......... 1 2.6 Hrs. ........................... 250095 1994 ............... 1 2.6 Hrs. ........................... 250243 1995-97 .......... 1 2.6 Hrs. ........................... 250272 1998-01 .......... 1 2.6 Hrs. .... 2521941 ........ 250194 1 - With Air Cond. add .4 hours. Labor Time Component Kit No. Belt Part No.

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Turn crankshaft pulley bolt clockwise until punch mark on sprocket aligns with arrow mark on oil pump case. See Fig. 3. Install timing belt on sprockets with drive-side of belt free of any slack when tensioner plate is pushed up with fingers. Loosen tensioner bolt and allow tensioner to remove slack in timing belt. Skip the next step to continue.

NOTE: On 1998-01 models, camshaft sprocket is marked with a raised E for a timing mark.

NOTE: A timing belt component kit is available for this application. See page I for information on component kits.

MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


Up to 1997 model year, the manufacturer recommends the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals. For 1998-01 model years, the manufacturer recommends the belt be inspected at 60,000 miles and replaced at 100,000 miles.

On 1998-01 models, ensure camshaft and crankshaft timing marks are still aligned. See Fig. 6. If timing marks are not aligned, rotate camshaft or crankshaft to align timing marks. DO NOT rotate camshaft or crankshaft more than 90 degrees or engine damage may result. Install timing belt. Ensure no slack exists on drive-side of timing belt. Loosen tensioner bolt and allow tensioner to remove slack in timing belt. Go to next step. Turn crankshaft 2 rotations clockwise to take up slack. Ensure timing marks are still aligned. Tighten tensioner adjustment stud nut and tensioner bolt. Ensure seal is between water pump and oil pump case. See Fig. 5. Install timing belt outside cover.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
Removal: Disconnect negative battery cable. Raise and support vehicle. Remove right side fender apron extension. Do not push center pin in too far as it may fall into fender. Remove alternator/water pump drive belt and water pump pulley. Lock flywheel and loosen crankshaft pulley outer bolts. See Figs. 1 and 2. It is NOT necessary to remove crankshaft pulley center bolt. Remove crankshaft pulley. Remove timing belt outside cover. Rotate crankshaft to align camshaft and crankshaft timing marks. See Figs. 3 and 6. Loosen tensioner bolt and stud. Push tensioner plate fully upward and temporarily tighten tensioner bolt. Remove timing belt from sprockets. Inspection: Inspect timing belt for damaged teeth, cracking and oil contamination. Check timing belt tensioner for worn bearing. Replace damaged components.
NOTE: Ensure tensioner plate moves when tensioner is moved toward timing belt. If tensioner plate does not move, ensure lug is engaged in hole on rear of tensioner.

Fig. 1: Using Screwdriver To Lock Flywheel

Installation: Ensure that tensioner rotates smoothly. Install tensioner plate on tensioner. Lug of tensioner plate must fit in hole of tensioner. Install tensioner assembly. Hand tighten tensioner bolt. Plate movement in upward direction should cause tensioner to move in same direction. On 1992-97 models only, remove air cleaner and valve cover, then completely loosen all valve screws and lock nuts on intake and exhaust rocker arms. Turn camshaft pulley clockwise until timing mark on pulley aligns with V mark on belt inside cover. See Fig. 3.

Fig. 2: Locking Flywheel In Position

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Fig. 4: Adjusting Valve Lash

Fig. 3: Identifying Timing Marks (Up To 1997)

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On 1992-97 models, rotate crankshaft to position camshaft lobe and rocker arm to adjust valve lash. See Fig. 4. Ensure clearance is .010" ( .25 mm) at intake valves and .011" (.28 mm) at exhaust valves. To adjust clearance, turn adjusting screw until correct clearance is obtained. Tighten lock nut to 11-13.5 ft. lbs. (15-18 N.m). On all models, to complete installation, reverse removal procedure. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges. TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Crankshaft Pulley Bolt (1998-01) ................................ 12 (16) Crankshaft Sprocket Bolt (1992-97) ......................... 79 (110) Crankshaft Sprocket Bolt (1998-01) ......................... 96 (130) Timing Belt Tensioner Bolt ......................................... 20 (27) Valve Adjustment Lock Nut ................................ 11-13 (15-18) Water Pump Pulley Bolt .............................................. 18 (24) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Crankshaft Pulley Bolt (1992-97) ................................ 97 (11) Tensioner Stud ........................................................... 97 (11) Timing Belt Cover Nut/Bolts ....................................... 97 (11) Valve Cover Nuts .......................................................... 44 (5)

Fig. 5: Locating Oil Case Seal

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Fig. 6: Identifying Timing Marks (1998-01)

GEO/CHEVROLET 1.6L 4-Cylinder Tracker, 8-Valve


TIMING BELT APPLICATION Application Labor Time Belt Part No. 1.6L 4-Cyl. SOHC, VIN U Tracker & Sunrunner (Asuna & Pontiac, Canada) 1989-95 ................ 1 3.6 Hours ............... 2 250164 1989-95 ................ 1 3.6 Hours ............... 3 250212 1 - With Air Cond. add .4 hours. 2 Except California. 3 California.

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MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


Although the manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
Removal: Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove accessory drive belts. Remove cooling fan, fan shroud and water pump pulley. Remove outer bolts retaining crankshaft pulley. Remove 5 crankshaft pulley-to-sprocket bolts. Remove crankshaft pulley. DO NOT remove center bolt from crankshaft pulley. The center bolt holds crankshaft sprocket to crankshaft. Remove timing belt cover and seal. See Fig. 1. Loosen tensioner stud and remove tensioner spring from tensioner plate and tensioner screw. If reusing timing belt, mark timing belt with arrow to indicate rotation direction. Remove timing belt. Inspection: Inspect timing belt for damaged teeth or cracking. Ensure timing belt is not contaminated with oil. Check tensioner for freedom of rotation. Replace components if damaged. Installation: If tensioner was removed, install tensioner plate on tensioner. Ensure lug of tensioner plate engages in hole on rear of tensioner. Install tensioner, tensioner plate and tensioner spring on engine block. Tighten tensioner bolt finger tight to allow movement of tensioner.
CAUTION: Ensure tensioner plate moves when tensioner is moved toward timing belt. If tensioner plate does not move, ensure lug engages in tensioner bolt.

Install tensioner spring to tensioner plate and tensioner screw. Finger tighten tensioner stud. Rotate crankshaft 2 revolutions clockwise to ensure all slack is removed from timing belt. Ensure camshaft and crankshaft timing marks are still aligned. Tighten tensioner stud to specification. Tighten tensioner bolt to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS. Ensure all timing marks align. Adjust valve lash between rocker arm adjusting screw and valve stem. See VALVE LASH SPECIFICATIONS. Turn crankshaft so No. 1 piston is at TDC of compression stroke. Ensure camshaft timing mark is aligned with V timing mark on rear timing belt cover. Adjust valve lash on No. 1 and No. 2 intake valves. Adjust valve lash on No. 1 and No. 3 exhaust valves. Rotate crankshaft one full revolution (360 degrees). Adjust remaining intake and exhaust valves. Install timing belt cover. Install crankshaft pulley. To complete installation, reverse removal procedures. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges. VALVE LASH SPECIFICATIONS Clearance Clearance Valve Cold, In. (mm) Hot, In. (mm) Intake ................... .051-.067 (.13-.17) ......... .009-.011 (.23-.27) Exhaust .............. .0063-.0075 (.15-.19) .. .0102-.0114 (.25-.29)

Remove valve cover. Loosen all valve adjusting screws fully before installing timing belt. Ensure camshaft rotates freely during belt tension adjustment. Rotate camshaft clockwise, and align timing mark on camshaft sprocket with V timing mark on timing belt inside cover. See Fig. 3. Rotate crankshaft clockwise, and align timing mark on crankshaft sprocket with timing mark on oil pump housing. See Fig. 3. Install timing belt on engine. If installing old belt, ensure arrow on timing belt aligns with direction of crankshaft rotation. Ensure no slack exists on side of timing belt opposite tensioner.

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Fig. 1: Exploded View Of Timing Belt & Components

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GEO/CHEVROLET 1.6L 4-Cylinder Tracker, 8-Valve (Cont.)

Fig. 2: Locking Camshaft During Sprocket Removal

TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) A/C Compressor 8 mm Bolt ................................................................. 21 (29) 10 mm Bolt ............................................................... 33 (45) Crankshaft Pulley-To-Sprocket Bolts .......................... 12 (16) Power Steering Pump Mounting Bolt .......................... 21 (29) Timing Belt Tensioner Bolt ......................................... 20 (27) Valve Adjusting Screw Locknut ....................................... 13 (17) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Fan Clutch Nuts ......................................................... 97 (11) Tensioner Stud ........................................................... 97 (11) Timing Belt Cover Bolt ................................................ 97 (11) Valve Cover Bolt ............................................................ 44 (5) Water Pump Bolt ...................................................... 106 (12)

Fig. 3: Aligning Timing Marks

GEO/CHEVROLET 1.6L 4-Cylinder Tracker, 16-Valve


TIMING BELT APPLICATION Application Labor Time Belt Part No. 1.6L 4-Cyl. SOHC, VIN 6 Tracker & Sunrunner (Canadian) 1994-98 ................ 1 4.0 Hours ............... 2 250164 1994-98 ................ 1 4.0 Hours ............... 3 250212 1999-01 ................ 1 4.0 Hours ................ 250212 1 - With Air Cond. add .4 hours. 2 Except California. 3 California.

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MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


The manufacturer recommends the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals.

Installation: If tensioner was removed, install tensioner plate, spring, and tensioner pulley on engine. Tighten tensioner bolt and stud nut finger tight to allow movement of tensioner. Ensure camshaft and crankshaft timing marks are still aligned. Install timing belt. If reusing old belt, ensure it is installed in original rotation direction. Loosen timing belt tensioner bolt and nut so it places tension on belt. Rotate crankshaft clockwise 2 revolutions. Ensure timing marks still align. See Fig. 2. Tighten tensioner stud nut and tensioner pulley bolt to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS. Install timing belt cover. To complete installation, reverse removal procedures. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges. If cooling system was drained, refill and bleed air from system. TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Camshaft Sprocket Bolt .............................................. 44 (60) Crankshaft Pulley Center Bolt ..................................... 81 (110) Crankshaft Pulley-To-Crankshaft Bolt ......................... 12 (16) Front Skid Plate Bolt ...................................................... 40 (55) Power Steering Pump Mounting Bolt .......................... 21 (29) Timing Belt Tensioner Pulley Bolt ............................... 20 (27) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Cooling Fan-To-Pulley Nut .......................................... 97 (11) Timing Belt Cover Bolt .................................................. 89 (10) Timing Belt Tensioner Stud Nut ................................... 97 (11)

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
Removal: Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove cooling fan nuts and fan shroud fasterners. Remove accessory drive belts. Raise and support vehicle. Remove front skid plate (if equipped). Remove 2 lower radiator shroud bolts. Remove 5 outer bolts retaining crankshaft pulley to crankshaft. Remove crankshaft pulley. DO NOT remove center bolt from crankshaft pulley. The center bolt holds crankshaft sprocket to crankshaft. Lower vehicle. On models with air conditioning, remove A/ C suction line bracket bolts from radiator support. On all models, remove upper radiator shroud bolts and remove radiator shroud with cooling fan and water pump pulley.
NOTE: It may be necessary to drain cooling system and disconnect upper radiator hose to remove fan shroud.

Disconnect wiring harness from timing belt cover. Remove timing belt cover. See Fig. 1. Rotate crankshaft clockwise to align crankshaft and camshaft timing marks. Stamped E on camshaft sprocket must face up and align with mark on rear cover. See Fig. 2. Loosen timing belt tensioner pulley center bolt and stud nut. Remove tensioner spring. Push tensioner plate upward to relieve tension on timing belt. If reusing old timing belt, mark belt with arrow to indicate original direction of rotation. Remove timing belt.

CAUTION: DO NOT rotate crankshaft or camshaft when timing belt is removed or piston damage may result.

Inspection: Inspect timing belt for damaged teeth or cracking. Ensure timing belt is not contaminated with oil. Check tensioner for freedom of rotation. Replace components if damaged.
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Fig. 1: Exploded View Of Timing Belt & Components

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Fig. 3: Timing Belt Tensioner Assembly

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Fig. 2: Aligning Timing Marks

GEO & ISUZU *1.5L 4-Cylinder


TIMING BELT APPLICATION Belt Part No. Application Labor Time 1.5L 4-Cyl. I-Mark 1985-87 Thru 6/30/86 ....... 1.5 Hours ..................... T118 From 7/1/86 ......... 1.5 Hours ..................... T162 1988-89 ................. 1.5 Hours ..................... T162 Spectrum (Chevrolet & Geo) 1985-87 Thru 4/30/87 ....... 1.5 Hours ..................... T118 From 5/1/87 ........ 1.5 Hours ..................... T162 1988-89 ................. 1.5 Hours ..................... T162 Sunburst (Canada) 1985-88 ................. 1.5 Hours ..................... T118 1 - With Air Cond. add .4 hours. With Pwr. Strng. add .3 hours.
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Check timing marks. Loosen tensioner bolt and remove slack from timing belt. There must be no slack in the belt after it has been installed. To complete installation, reverse removal procedure. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges. TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Crankshaft Pulley Bolt ............................................ 108 (147) Timing Belt Tensioner Bolt ......................................... 37 (50) Water Pump Bolts ...................................................... 17 (24) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Timing Cover Bolts ..................................................... 86 (10)

MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


The manufacturer recommends the belt be replaced every 60,000 miles.

* NOTE: This application is an interference engine. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT & SPROCKETS
Removal: Disconnect negative battery cable. Drain cooling system. Place small piece of wood on jack under oil pan and carefully raise motor. Remove rear side torque rod and right engine mount. Remove body side and engine side mounts. Remove drive belts, crank pulley and timing belt cover. Ensure timing marks are aligned with TDC. Use Crank Holder (J-37376) or equivalent, to remove timing belt crankshaft pulley. Confirm crankshaft is at TDC before removing belt. See Fig. 1. Rotate crankshaft so camshaft pulley dowel is at 12 oclock and alignment mark aligns with edge of cylinder head. See Fig. 2.
NOTE: The rear of timing belt crankshaft pulley has a small indent which aligns with small triangle on engine block at 12 oclock.

Fig. 1: Crankshaft Sprocket Timing Marks

Loosen belt tensioner attaching bolt. Insert Allen wrench into pulley tensioner attaching bolt. Loosen timing belt tensioner by rotating pulley clockwise. Remove timing belt. Installation: Ensure camshaft pulley mark is aligned with upper surface of head and dowel pin is at 12 oclock position. Ensure Woodruff key of crankshaft is in 12 oclock position. Install timing belt. Tighten tensioner bolt, and rotate crankshaft 2 revolutions.
Fig. 2: Aligning Camshaft Sprocket Timing Marks

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Fig. 3: Timing Belt Routing

GENERAL MOTORS 1.4L & 1.6L 4-Cylinder


TIMING BELT APPLICATION Belt Part No. Application Labor Time1 1.4L 4-Cyl. Acadian, Chevette 1976 ...................... 1.4 Hours .................. 250037 1977 ...................... 1.4 Hours .................. 250039 1.6L 4-Cyl. Acadian, Chevette, T-1000, 1000 1976 ...................... 1.4 Hours .................. 250037 1977-78 ................. 1.4 Hours .................. 250039 1979-87 ................. 1.4 Hours .................. 250061 1 - With Air Cond. add .4 hours. With Pwr. Strng. add .4 hours.
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Belt Size Operating Range Specification 3/4" (19 mm) ......... 50-80 Ibs. .......................... 63-77 Ibs. (110-176 kg) (140-160 kg)

MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


Although the manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
Removal: Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove radiator upper mounting panel. On A/C equipped vehicles, remove upper half of fan shroud. Remove drive belts and engine fan. Remove front cover retaining screws and nuts. Remove cover. Rotate crankshaft until timing mark on pulley is at zero degrees (No. 1 cylinder at TDC). Remove A/C compressor and brackets if necessary. Insert 1/8" drill bit or rod through hole in upper rear cover and through hole in camshaft drive sprocket. This is provided to verify camshaft timing. Remove timing belt front and lower cover. Loosen idler pulley and allow pulley to rotate clockwise. See Fig. 2. Remove timing belt from sprockets. Installation: With No. 1 piston at TDC, install belt on sprockets and use 1/ 4" Allen wrench to move idler pulley counterclockwise until all slack is removed from belt. Tighten idler pulley bolt. Rotate crankshaft clockwise a minimum of one revolution. Stop with No. 1 piston at TDC. DO NOT let timing belt back up. Use belt tension gauge between camshaft sprocket and idler pulley. See Fig. 3. Be sure gauge finger is engaged in slot between teeth of timing belt. Use 1/4" Allen wrench on idler pulley to obtain correct tension. Reverse removal procedure to complete installation. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges.

Fig. 1: Sprocket Timing Marks

TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Camshaft Sprocket Bolts .......................................... 75 (101) Crankshaft Pulley Bolt ............................................ 100 (135) Idler Pulley Bolts ......................................................... 15 (20) Water Pump Bolts ...................................................... 15 (20) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Front Cover (Nuts & Bolts) ............................................ 70 (8)

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Fig. 2: Timing Belt Idler Pulley Fig. 3: Adjusting Timing Belt Tension

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GENERAL MOTORS *1.6L 4-Cylinder LeMans


TIMING BELT APPLICATION Belt Part No. Application Labor Time1 1.6L 4-Cyl. Le Mans 1988-89 ................. 2.0 Hours .................. 250148 1990 With Tensioner Pulley................. 2.0 Hours .................. 250203 Without Tensioner Pulley................. 2.0 Hours .................. 250148 1991-93 ................. 2.0 Hours .................. 250203 1 - With Air Cond. add .4 hours. With Pwr. Strng. add .4 hours.

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MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


Although the manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals.

*NOTE: For 1990-93 models, this application is an interference engine. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
Removal: Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove all accessory drive belts. Remove power steering pump and lines. Remove crankshaft pulley. Remove timing belt covers starting with upper cover. Rotate engine to align timing marks on crankshaft and camshaft sprockets with reference mark on lower timing belt cover. See Fig. 1. Loosen water pump bolt to release belt tension. Remove timing belt.
CAUTION: Rotate engine and align reference mark on crankshaft and camshaft sprockets with reference mark on lower timing belt cover before removing belt. Use proper reference mark. Reference marks may be difficult to locate.

Installation: Install timing belt. Align all timing marks. Carefully rotate water pump to remove slack from timing belt. Tighten water pump bolts. Using Belt Tension Gauge (J-26486-B) or equivalent, measure belt tension between water pump and camshaft sprocket. Adjust belt tension to 35 Ibs. (16 kg). To install remaining components, reverse removal procedure. Tighten bolts to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges. TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Crankshaft Pulley-To-Sprocket Bolt ............................ 41 (56) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Timing Belt Cover Bolt (Front & Rear) ......................... 88 (10) Water Pump Bolt .......................................................... 71 (8)
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Fig. 1: Timing Belt & Pulley Alignment

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Labor Time 1 Component Kit No. Belt Part No.

TIMING BELT APPLICATION Application 1.6L 4-Cyl. Nova SOHC 1985-88 ........ 3.1 Hours .. 2520700 ......... 250070 DOHC 1988 ............. 3.1 Hours .......................... 250112 1 - With Air Cond. add .4 hours. With Pwr. Strng. add .4 hours. With Cruise Control add .2 hours.

NOTE: A timing belt component kit is available for this application. See page I for information on component kits.

MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


Although the manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
Removal: Disconnect negative battery cable. Drain cooling system. Remove fan shroud on models with power steering. On models with air conditioning, loosen idler pulley nut, adjusting bolt and remove drive belt. On DOHC models, raise and support vehicle and remove right front wheel and right side engine undercover. Remove radiator and air cleaner assembly. If equipped with cruise control, remove actuator and ignition coil. Remove drive belts, fan, water pump drive pulley and valve cover with gasket. Set No. 1 piston at TDC on compression stroke. On DOHC models, use jack to raise engine slightly, then remove right side engine mount through-bolt and mount. Remove crankshaft pulley No. 2 (power steering only).

Fig. 2: Timing Belt & Pulley Alignment

Fig. 1: Camshaft Sprocket Alignment (DOHC)

Fig. 3: Timing Belt Deflection Points

Using puller, remove crankshaft pulley. Remove upper and lower engine front cover mount bolts, gasket and covers. Mark timing belt location. Loosen idler pulley mount bolt, position pulley at far left and retighten mount bolt. Remove timing belt. Installation: Loosen timing belt idler pulley mount bolt, move pulley as far left as possible and retighten bolt. If reusing old belt, align marks made during removal. Install belt with arrow pointing in direction of rotation. DO NOT bend or twist belt. Release idler pulley and place tension on belt.

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If installing new belt, align camshaft(s) timing marks and crankshaft timing marks. See Fig. 1 and Fig. 2. Install timing belt. Release idler pulley and place tension on belt. After installing new or used belt, slowly turn crankshaft 2 revolutions clockwise. Recheck timing marks. Adjust belt tension and deflection. See Fig. 3. Belt tension should be 4.4 Ibs. (2 kg), with a deflection of .24-.28" (6-7 mm) on 8valve engines and .16" (4 mm) on 16-valve engines. To complete installation, reverse removal procedure. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges. TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Camshaft Sprocket Bolt .............................................. 34 (46) Crankshaft Pulley Bolt 8-Valve .................................................................... 87 (117) 16-Valve ................................................................ 137 (186) Timing Belt Idler Mount Bolt .............................. 26-36 (36-49)

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TIMING BELT APPLICATION Belt Part No. Application Labor Time 1.8L 4-Cyl. Diesel Acadian (Canadian) 1981-85 ................. 3.1 Hours .................. 250076 Chevette 1981-86 ................. 3.1 Hours .................. 250076 1 - With Air Cond. add .4 hours. With Pwr. Strng. add .4 hours.

Remove damper pulley and install belt holder in position away from timing bolt. Install by-pass hose, dust covers, and damper pulley. Install cooling fan, belt and pulley. Install fan shroud. Refill system with coolant and connect battery. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges. TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Camshaft Pulley Bolt .................................................. 55 (75) Damper Pulley Bolt ..................................................... 12 (20) Tension Pulley Center Bolt ................................................................ 54 (73) Side Bolts ................................................................. 15 (20) Water Pump Bolts ...................................................... 15 (20)

MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


Although the manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals.

* NOTE: This application is an interference engine. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
Removal: Disconnect negative battery cable. Drain cooling system. Remove fan shroud, V-belt and pulley. Remove upper dust cover. Disconnect by-pass hose. With No. 1 piston at TDC of compression stroke, check that timing mark on injection pump pulley is in alignment with front plate pointer. Align injector gear by inserting 8 mm x 1.25 mm bolt through gear alignment hole and front flange plate. See Fig. 1. Remove valve cover. Attach Fixing Plate (J-29761) or equivalent, to slot in rear of camshaft. This will prevent camshaft from rotating. Remove damper pulley and timing belt holder. Recheck to be sure No. 1 cylinder is at TDC. Remove lower dust cover and timing belt holder. Remove tension spring from behind front plate, next to injection pump. Loosen tension pulley and plate bolts. Remove timing belt. Installation: Remove bolt attaching camshaft gear. Using Gear Puller (J-22888) or equivalent, remove cam gear. Reinstall cam gear loosely so it can be turned by hand. Install timing belt in proper sequence. See Fig. 2. Belt should be properly tensioned between pulleys. Cogs on belt and pulley should engage properly. Crankshaft should not be turned. Concentrate belt looseness on tension pulley. Depress tension pulley with finger and install tension spring. Finger tighten tensioner bolts in sequence to prevent movement of tensioner pulley. See Fig. 3. Tighten camshaft pulley bolt. Remove injection pump gear lock bolt. Remove fixing plate on end of camshaft. Install damper pulley on hub and check that No. 1 cylinder is at TDC. DO NOT turn crankshaft if adjustment is needed. Be sure mark on injection pump pulley aligns with mark on plate. See Fig. 1. Fixing plate should fit smoothly into slot at rear of camshaft. Remove fixing plate. Loosen tensioner pulley and plate bolts. Concentrate belt looseness on tensioner and tighten bolts in sequence. See Fig. 3. Belt tension should be checked at point between camshaft gear and injection pump gear using Belt Tension Gauge (J-29771) or equivalent. Belt tension should be 46-63 lbs (20-28 kg).

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Fig. 1: Injection Pump Alignment Marks & Lock Bolt

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Fig. 2: Timing Belt Installation Sequence

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Fig. 3: Locating/Tightening Tensioner Bolts

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TIMING BELT APPLICATION Belt Part No. Application Labor Time 1.8L 4-Cyl. OHC J2000, 2000, 2000 Sunbird 1982-84 ................. 2.7 Hours .................. 250081 Firenza 1982-86 ................. 2.7 Hours .................. 250081 Skyhawk 1982-86 ................. 2.7 Hours .................. 250081 Sunbird 1985-86 ................. 2.7 Hours .................. 250081 1 - With Air Cond. add .4 hours. With Pwr. Strng. add .4 hours.

If belt tension is incorrect, loosen water pump bolts and rotate pump until correct tension is obtained. Hot timing belt tension specification is 30 lbs. (13 kg). DO NOT leave tension gauge on belt during retightening or reading will be inaccurate. Tighten water pump bolts. Reverse removal procedure to complete installation. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges. TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Camshaft Sprocket Bolt .............................................. 34 (45) Crankshaft Pulley-To-Sprocket Bolt ............................ 20 (27) Crankshaft Sprocket Retaining Bolt ........................ 115 (156) Timing Belt Rear Cover Bolt ....................................... 19 (25) Water Pump Retaining Bolts ...................................... 19 (25) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Camshaft Thrust Plate Bolt .......................................... 72 (8) Timing Belt Front Cover Bolt ......................................... 60 (7)

MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


Although the manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
Removal: Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove belts, brackets and shields necessary to gain access to crankshaft pulley. Remove timing belt front cover. Rotate crankshaft so timing mark on crankshaft pulley lines up with 10 BTDC mark on indicator scale. Mark on camshaft sprocket must align with mark on camshaft carrier. Remove crankshaft pulley. Remove timing probe holder. Verify timing marks are aligned and loosen water pump retaining bolts to remove timing belt. Installation: Install new timing belt on sprockets. Install crankshaft pulley and check for alignment of timing marks. Using Adjuster (J-33039) or equivalent , rotate water pump clockwise until slack is removed from timing belt. Tighten water pump bolts. See Fig. 1.
NOTE: If new timing belt has been installed, check final tension with engine at operating temperature. If new head gasket is installed, cylinder head must be retightened AFTER initial warm up. Timing belt tension MUST then be rechecked.

Using Cam Drive Belt Tension Gauge (J-26486-A) or equivalent, check belt tension between water pump and camshaft sprocket. Initial new belt tension should be 38 lbs. (17 kg). Used belt tension should be 27-36 lbs. (12-16 kg). Reassemble components and run engine to operating temperature (thermostat open). As new belt takes a set position, substantial tension loss will occur. After belt has been run, recheck tension with gauge on belt.

Fig. 1: Timing Belt Tension Adjustment

GENERAL MOTORS 2.0L 4-Cylinder


TIMING BELT APPLICATION Belt Labor Component Part Kit No. No. Application Time1 2.0L 4-Cyl. OHC Firenza 1987-88 ............ 2.7 Hrs. ........................... 250081 Grand Am 1987-88 ............ 2.7 Hrs. ........................... 250081 1989 ................. 2.7 Hrs. ..... 2521630 ....... 250163 Le Mans 1989 1st Design ..... 2.7 Hrs. ........................... 250081 2nd Design ... 2.7 Hrs. ..... 2521630 ....... 250163 1990 ................. 2.7 Hrs. ..... 2521630 ....... 250163 Skyhawk 1987-88 ............ 2.7 Hrs. ........................... 250081 Sunbird 1987-88 ............ 2.7 Hrs. ........................... 250081 1989-94 ............ 2.7 Hrs. ..... 2521630 ....... 250163 1 - With Air Cond. add .4 hours. With Pwr. Strng. add .4 hours. NOTE: A timing belt component kit is available for this application. See page I for information on component kits.

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MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


Although the manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals.

Fig. 1: Timing Belt Tension Adjustment

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT & SPROCKETS
Removal (1987-88): Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove belts, brackets and shields necessary to gain access to crankshaft pulley. Remove timing belt front cover. Rotate crankshaft so timing mark on crankshaft pulley lines up with 10 degrees BTDC mark on indicator scale. Mark on camshaft sprocket must align with mark on camshaft carrier. Remove crankshaft pulley. Remove timing probe holder. Verify timing marks are aligned and loosen water pump retaining bolts to remove timing belt. Installation (1987-88): Install new timing belt on sprockets. Install crankshaft pulley and check for alignment of timing marks. Using Adjuster (J33039) or equivalent, rotate water pump clockwise until slack is removed from timing belt. Tighten water pump bolts. See Fig. 1.
NOTE: If new timing belt has been installed, check final tension with engine at operating temperature. If new head gasket is installed, cylinder head must be retightened AFTER initial warm up. Timing belt tension MUST then be rechecked.

Using Cam Drive Belt Tension Gauge (J-26486-A) or equivalent, check belt tension between water pump and camshaft sprocket. Initial new belt tension should be 38 lbs. (17 kg). Used belt tension should be 27-36 lbs. (12-16 kg). Reassemble components and run engine to operating temperature (thermostat open). As new belt takes a set position, substantial tension loss will occur. After belt has been run, recheck tension withgauge on belt. If belt tension is incorrect, loosen water pump bolts and rotate pump until correct tension is obtained. Hot timing belt tension specification is 30 lbs. (13 kg). DO NOT leave tension gauge on belt during retightening or reading will be inaccurate. Tighten water pump bolts. Reverse removal procedure to complete installation. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges. Removal (1989-94): Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove serpentine belt, brackets, and shields necessary to gain access to crankshaft pulley. Remove front timing belt cover. See Fig. 2. Remove crankshaft pulley. Loosen water pump retaining bolts. Using Timing Belt Adjuster (J-33039-A) or equivalent, rotate water pump to release timing belt tension. Remove timing belt. Installation (1989-94): To install camshaft and crankshaft sprockets (if removed), reverse removal procedure. Tighten retaining bolts to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS.

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Rotate crankshaft and camshaft clockwise to align timing marks on sprockets with marks on rear cover. Install new timing belt on sprockets. Ensure belt has tension on it between the camshaft sprocket and crankshaft sprocket.

NOTE: Adjust timing belt with engine coolant temperature at 68F (20C).

Using timing belt tension adjuster, rotate water pump clockwise until tensioner contacts the high torque stop. See Fig. 3. Slightly tighten water pump retaining bolts. Using crankshaft sprocket bolt, rotate engine clockwise 2 revolutions to fully seat timing belt. Rotate water pump eccentric counterclockwise until hole in tensioner arm aligns with hole in base. Tighten water pump bolts to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS. Ensure tensioner holes remain in alignment as stated. Ensure all timing marks are properly aligned. To install remaining components, reverse removal procedure. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges.

Fig. 3: Timing Belt Tensioner (1989-94)

TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Camshaft Pulley-To-Sprocket Bolt 1987-88 .................................................................... 20 (27) 1989-92 .................................................................... 15 (20) Serpentine Belt Tensioner Bolt ................................... 35 (47) Timing Belt Tensioner Bolt ......................................... 18 (24) Water Pump Bolt ........................................................ 18 (24) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Camshaft Carrier Cover Bolt ...................................... 84 (10) Timing Belt Cover Bolt .................................................. 62 (7)

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Fig. 2: Exploded View Of Timing Belt & Components

GENERAL MOTORS *3.0L V6 DOHC, Catera


TIMING BELT APPLICATION

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Application Labor Time Belt Part No. 3.0L V6 DOHC Catera 1997-01 ................. 2.6 Hours .................. 250285

MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


The manufacturer recommends the belt be replaced at 100,000 mile intervals. Using scan tool, check cold start counter (also called a heavy duty register). If there were any cold starts below -20F (-28C), visually inspect timing belt for cracks. If there are cracks present, DO NOT reuse the belt. Replace belt. If belt is okay and reused, DO NOT clear the cold start counter.

*NOTE: This application is an interference engine. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION TIMING BELT


Precautions: When servicing timing belt, always turn crankshaft in normal direction of rotation (clockwise). Install timing belt with engine at room temperature. Never remove timing belt without first setting camshaft gears and crankshaft drive gear to TDC and locking them in place. Guide marks on timing belt are to aid in timing belt installation. If guide marks cannot be identified, a new belt must be installed. Removal: Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove air intake resonator and ducting from throttle body. Raise and support vehicle. Remove lower front splash shield. Remove AIR injection crossover pipe clamps and bushing nut from front cover. See Fig. 1. Separate air injection crossover pipe from hoses and front cover. Lower vehicle. Remove air injection crossover pipe from front cover. Loosen, but do not remove water pump pulley bolts. Loosen, but do not remove, power steering pump pulley bolts. Remove A/C compressor hose strap from AIR injection crossover bracket. Remove accessory drive serpentine belt. Release plastic retaining tabs, and remove wiring harness channel cover from front of engine. Move wiring harness out of way. Remove water pump pulley bolts and pulley. Remove power steering pump pulley bolts and pulley. Remove accessory drive serpentine belt tensioner. Remove front timing belt cover. Remove 6 harmonic balancer-to-crankshaft bolts. Remove harmonic balancer. It is NOT necessary to remove crankshaft center bolt. Rotate crankshaft clockwise to 60 degrees before TDC. See Fig. 2. Ensure timing marks are not 180 degrees from TDC. Install Crankshaft Holder (J-42069-10) and rotate crankshaft clockwise until holder contacts water pump. See Fig. 3. Secure moveable lever of tool to water pump pulley flange. Camshaft timing marks should be aligned with marks on rear cover. See Figs. 4 and 5. If not aligned, crankshaft 180 degrees (one half turn) off.
Fig. 1: Timing Belt Front Cover
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Fig. 2: Positioning Crankshaft At 60 Degrees BTDC

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Fig. 3: Installing Crankshaft Holder

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Fig. 6: Installing Camshaft Gear Holders NOTE: Install timing belt at room temperature. NEW timing belts are marked with direction of rotation arrow and mating marks. Make sure belt is installed with arrows pointing in correct direction or rotation.

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Fig. 4: Aligning Timing Belt Marks With Rear Cover Marks (Up To 1999 Early Design)

Installation: To install timing belt, remove crankshaft holder. Raise and support vehicle. Start installation of belt at crankshaft pulley. Install timing belt with double dash marks aligned with oil pump and drive gear marks. See Fig. 7. Install Timing Belt Holder (J42069-30) or equivalent plastic wedge to hold belt against crankshaft sprocket.
NOTE: Timing belt configuration changed in mid-1999 model year. For both designs, use the marks on each side of the direction of rotation arrows to line up the left (drivers side) camshaft sprockets. For early design (up to mid-1999), use the remaining 3 White marks on the NAPA timing belt. For later design (mid-1999 to present), use the remaining 3 Yellow marks on the NAPA timing belt. Correct belt application MUST be used on each engine design.

Lower vehicle. Route timing belt around tensioner, right bank (passengers side) camshaft gears, idler pulley, and left bank (drivers side) camshaft pulleys. Ensure timing belt marks are aligned with marks on camshaft sprockets and notches on rear timing belt cover. Keep timing belt taught between idler pulley and left bank camshaft pulleys. See Figs. 4 and 5.

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Fig. 5: Aligning Timing Belt Marks With Rear Cover Marks (From 1999 Late Design)

To lock camshafts in place, install Camshaft Gear Holders (J42069-1 and J-42069-2). See Fig. 6. It may be necessary to loosen timing belt idler pulley and turn eccentric until holder can be inserted. Loosen timing belt tensioner and idler pulley bolts. If reusing timing belt, mark belt with arrow to indicate original direction of rotation. Remove timing belt.

CAUTION: Do not move camshafts with belt removed. Do not remove Camshaft Holders (J-42069) with timing belt removed.

Inspection: Check timing belt for excessive wear, cracks, or missing teeth. Inspect timing belt tensioner and idler pulleys for worn bearings. Replace as necessary.

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Fig. 7: Aligning Timing Belt Marks On Crankshaft Pulley

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Fig. 8: Measuring Timing Belt Deflection

Ensure timing belt tension is taught (no slack). Measure timing belt deflection midway between left bank camshafts (viewed from rear of engine) and left side idler pulley (viewed from rear of engine). See Fig. 8. Deflection should be no more than 0.40 (10 mm). If initial timing belt deflection is okay, go to TIMING BELT TENSION ADJUSTMENT. If timing belt deflection is not correct, go to TIMING BELT DEFLECTION ADJUSTMENT. Timing Belt Deflection Adjustment: If timing belt deflection adjustment is necessary, loosen left (drivers) side idler pulley bolt. (This is NOT the idler pulley positioned between camshaft sprockets in top, center of engine). Turn left idler pulley counterclockwise until high point of eccentric nut is in about 12 oclock position. See Fig 5. Snug idler pulley bolt while holding eccentric so it does not move. Go to next step. Apply additional tension to timing belt by loosening bolt for idler pulley located between camshaft sprockets (top, center of engine). Rotate high point of eccentric to 9 oclock position. Tighten idler pulley bolt while holding eccentric so it does not rotate. Go to TIMING BELT TENSION ADJUSTMENT. Timing Belt Tension Adjustment: Loosen timing belt tensioner lock nut. Turn tensioner eccentric counterclockwise to full stop. Turn eccentric back until reference mark is .039 (1 mm) from belt tension setting flange. See Fig 9. Tighten timing belt tensioner lock nut until snug. Lock nut will be final tightened after final adjustments are made. Go to CHECKING CAMSHAFT SPROCKET ALIGNMENT. Checking Camshaft Sprocket Alignment: Ensure timing belt alignment marks are still aligned with reference points on camshaft sprockets and rear timing belt cover. Remove all locking tools from camshafts and timing belt. Rotate crankshaft clockwise 2 revolutions, stopping at 60 degrees before TDC mark. See Fig. 2. Install Crankshaft Holder (J42069-10) to crankshaft flange. Secure moveable lever of tool to water pump pulley flange.
NOTE: Alignment marks on timing belt will no longer align with camshaft sprocket marks after one or more crankshaft revolutions.

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Fig. 9: Adjusting Timing Belt Tension (New Design Engine Shown; Early Design Engine Tensioner Is The Same)

Ensure crankshaft timing mark aligns with mark on oil pump housing. Ensure camshaft timing marks align with notches on rear cover. Use Checking Gauge (J42069-20) to inspect alignment of left bank and right bank camshaft gears. See Fig. 10. The reference marks on both sets of camshaft sprockets must match exactly with marks on Checking Gauge (J4206920). If timing belt readjustment is NOT necessary, go to FINAL TIMING BELT TENSIONING & INSTALLATION. If timing belt readjustment IS necessary, go to TIMING BELT READJUSTMENT.

NOTE: When readjusting timing belt tension, Crankshaft Holder (J42069-10) must be in position on engine.

Timing Belt Readjustment (Left Bank Camshafts): If timing belt readjustment is required, always start with left bank (drivers side) camshafts first. Install Checking Gauge (J42069-20) to left bank camshafts. Loosen idler pulley on drivers side of engine. This is idler pulley below camshaft sprockets. Using Wrench (J4206940) or equivalent, turn idler pulley eccentric COUNTERCLOCKWISE until timing marks on camshaft sprockets and checking gauge are in alignment. High point of idler pulley eccentric should be in about the 12 oclock position. Tighten idler pulley bolt while holding eccentric from turning.

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Timing Belt

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Fig. 10: Installing Checking Gauge on Camshaft Sprockets

Remove checking gauge and crankshaft holder. Rotate crankshaft clockwise 2 revolutions, stopping at 60 degree BTDC. Install Crankshaft Holder (J42069-10) to crankshaft drive gear. Rotate crankshaft to secure lever of holder to water pump flange. Install Checking Gauge (J42069-20) to left bank camshafts. If camshaft sprockets are now properly aligned, go to FINAL TIMING BELT TENSIONING & INSTALLATION. If not, repeat readjustment procedure. Timing Belt Readjustment (Right Bank Camshafts) If timing belt readjustment is required, always start with left bank (drivers side) camshafts first. Install Checking Gauge (J42069-20) to right bank (passengers side) camshafts. Loosen bolt on idler pulley that is located the center and below the left bank and right bank camshafts. Using Wrench (J42069-40) or equivalent, turn idler pulley eccentric COUNTERCLOCKWISE until timing marks on camshaft sprockets and checking gauge are in alignment. High point of idler pulley eccentric should be in about the 9 oclock position. Tighten idler pulley bolt while holding eccentric from turning. Remove checking gauge and crankshaft holder. Rotate crankshaft clockwise 2 revolutions, stopping at 60 degree BTDC. Install Crankshaft Holder (J42069-10) to crankshaft drive gear. Rotate crankshaft to secure lever of holder to water pump flange. Install Checking Gauge (J42069-20) to right bank camshafts. If camshaft sprockets are now properly aligned, go to FINAL TIMING BELT TENSIONING & INSTALLATION. If not, repeat readjustment procedure. Final Timing Belt Tensioning & Installation To set final timing belt tension, loosen timing belt tensioner eccentric lock nut. Turn timing belt eccentric counterclockwise to full stop. Turn tensioner back until reference mark is .079-.157 (2-4 mm) ABOVE reference mark on flange. See Fig. 9. Tighten tensioner eccentric lock nut to specification.

If timing belt idler pulley bolts were loosened, final tighten them to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS. Inspect high points of timing belt tensioner eccentrics. Left side idler pulley (viewed from rear of engine) eccentric high point should be in about the 12 oclock position. Top center idler pulley eccentric high point should be in about the 9 oclock position. See Fig. 5. Remove crankshaft holding tool. Rotate crankshaft clockwise 2 revolutions, stopping at 60 degrees before TDC mark. Install Crankshaft Holder (J-42069-10) to crankshaft drive gear. Turn crankshaft clockwise until lever of holder firmly contacts water pump pulley flange. Secure moveable lever of tool to water pump pulley flange. Ensure camshaft timing marks align with notches on rear cover and crankshaft timing mark align with mark on oil pump housing. Use Checking Gauge (J42069-20) to inspect alignment of left bank and right bank camshaft gears. Adjust timing belt position, if necessary. Ensure all tools are removed from engine. Install timing belt front cover. Install crankshaft harmonic balancer. Tighten bolt to specification. Install timing belt cover. Install accessory drive belt tensioner. Install water pump and power steering pump pulleys. Install serpentine drive belt. Install air injection crossover pipe to front of engine. Install air intake resonator and ducting. Install engine splash shield. TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Camshaft Sprocket Bolt Step 1 ........................................................................... 37 (50) Step 2 ................................................... Additional 60 Degrees Step 3 ................................................... Additional 15 Degrees Crankshaft Harmonic Balancer Bolt ............................... 15 (20) Crankshaft Sprocket Center Bolt Step 1 ....................................................................... 184 (250) Step 2 ................................................... Additional 45 Degrees Step 3 ................................................... Additional 15 Degrees Generator Bolt ............................................................... 30 (40) Power Steering Pump Pulley Bolt .................................. 15 (20) Serpentine Drive Belt Tensioner Bolt ............................ 30 (40) Timing Belt Idler Pulley Bolt ........................................... 30 (40) Timing Belt Tensioner Bracket Bolt ................................ 30 (40) Timing Belt Tensioner Eccentric Lock Nut ....................................................................... 15 (20) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Timing Belt Front Cover Bolt ............................................. 71 (8) Water Pump Pulley Bolt ................................................ 71 (8)

GENERAL MOTORS *3.0L V6 DOHC, Saturn


TIMING BELT APPLICATION Application Labor Time Belt Part No. 3.0L V6 DOHC Saturn L Series 2000-01 ................. 4.0 Hours .................. 250285

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The manufacturer recommends the belt be replaced at 100,000 mile intervals.

*NOTE: This application is an interference engine. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions.

Courtesy of General Motors Corp.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION TIMING BELT


Removal: Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove air cleaner assembly. Raise and support vehicle. Remove right front wheel. Remove lower front splash shield.
NOTE: Right engine mount must be removed before accessory drive belt can be removed from vehicle.

Fig. 1: Positioning Crankshaft At 60 Degrees BTDC

Lower vehicle. Loosen, but do not remove water pump pulley bolts. Loosen, but do not remove power steering pump pulley bolts. Rotate accessory serpentine belt tensioner clockwise, and remove accessory serpentine belt from pulleys. Support weight of engine from above or below with floor jack. Remove front engine mount (timing belt end of engine) from engine and frame. Remove engine mount bracket from engine block. Remove water pump pulley bolts and pulley. Remove power steering pump pulley bolts and pulley. Remove accessory drive belt tensioner front engine block. Remove 6 harmonic balancer-to-crankshaft bolts. Remove harmonic balancer. It is NOT necessary to remove crankshaft center bolt. Remove wiring harness channel from front timing belt cover and secure away from engine. Remove front timing belt cover. Inspect sealing strip on outer edge of cover for cracks or tears. Replace, if necessary. Rotate crankshaft clockwise to 60 degrees before TDC. See Fig. 1. Ensure timing marks are not 180 degrees from TDC. Camshaft timing marks should be aligned with marks on rear cover. See Fig. 5. Install Crankshaft Holder (J-42069-10) and rotate crankshaft clockwise until holder contacts the water pump. See Fig. 2. Secure moveable lever of tool to water pump pulley flange. To lock camshafts in place, install Camshaft Gear Holders (J42069-1 and J-42069-2). See Fig. 3. It may be necessary to loosen timing belt idler pulley and turn eccentric until holder can be inserted. Loosen timing belt tensioner and idler pulley bolts. If reusing timing belt, mark belt with arrow to indicate original direction of rotation. Remove timing belt.

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Fig. 2: Installing Crankshaft Holder NOTE: Install timing belt at room temperature.

Inspection: Check timing belt for excessive wear, cracks, or missing teeth. Inspect timing belt tensioner and idler pulleys for grease leaks or worn bearings. Replace as necessary.
NOTE: Upper timing belt idler pulley uses a narrow .20 (5 mm) thick spacer and a Black bolt. The lower timing belt idler pulley uses a .40 (11 mm) thick spacer and a Silver bolt.

Installation: To install timing belt, remove crankshaft holder. Using a felt pen, mark the face of the upper and lower timing belt idler pulleys. The mark should line up with point farthest away from the Torx head mounting bolt. See Fig. 7. The idler pulleys provide adjustment by rotating on an eccentric circle around the mounting bolt. Loosen lower idler pulley mounting bolt just enough so that pulley will rotate with slight resistance. Remove upper timing belt pulley.
NOTE: Use the marks on each side of the direction of rotation arrows to line up the left (drivers side) camshaft sprockets. For this design (idler pulley located above crankshaft) engine, use the remaining 3 White marks on the NAPA timing belt. Correct belt marks MUST be used.

NOTE: DO NOT move camshafts with belt removed. DO NOT remove Camshaft Holders (J-42069) with timing belt removed.

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Fig. 3: Installing Camshaft Gear Holders

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Fig. 5: Aligning Timing Belt Marks With Rear Cover Marks

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Fig. 4: Aligning Timing Belt Marks On Crankshaft Pulley

Install timing belt onto left hand camshafts (as viewed from rear of engine), matching marks on timing belt with corresponding marks on camshaft sprockets. See Fig. 5. Keeping slack out of belt, route timing belt around lower idler pulley and around crankshaft sprocket. Ensure mark on timing belt mates with mark on crankshaft sprocket face. Hold timing belt in place against crankshaft sprocket using Plastic Wedge (J-42069-30). Route timing belt around right hand camshaft pulleys (as viewed from rear of engine). Ensure timing belt dash marks are aligned with marks on right hand camshaft sprockets. Install upper idler pulley. Tighten mounting bolt just enough so that the pulley will rotate with slight resistance. Install Timing Belt Holder (J42069-30) or equivalent to crankshaft. Tighten lever arm to water pump pulley flange. Ensure timing belt tension is taught (no slack). Loosen timing belt tensioner lock nut. Turn tensioner eccentric until center alignment mark is about .118 (3 mm) above alignment mark on spring loaded idler pulley. See Fig. 6. Remove plastic wedge holding timing belt against crankshaft sprocket. Tighten timing belt tensioner lock nut until snug. Lock nut will be final tightened after final adjustments are made. Adjust upper timing belt idler pulley so that the largest part of the eccentric is above and to the left of the mounting Torx bolt. Temporarily tighten Torx mounting bolt. See Fig. 7. Adjust lower idler pulley so that the largest part of the eccentric is above and to the left of the mounting Torx bolt. Temporarily tighten Torx mounting bolt. See Fig. 7.

Courtesy of General Motors Corp.

Fig. 6: Setting Timing Belt Tension Setting

Remove camshaft holders from camshaft sprockets. Install Checking Gauge (J42069-20) to left hand (drivers side) camshafts. See Fig. 8. Pull timing belt between timing belt tensioner and crankshaft sprocket to take up slack between left hand camshaft sprocket and lower idler pulley. Ensure left hand camshaft timing marks are about 1 mm (about the width of the timing marks on the sprockets) on the retard side. See Fig. 8. If they are not, turn lower idler pulley clockwise to allow retard of left hand camshafts. Pull timing belt between timing belt tensioner and crankshaft sprocket to take up slack between left hand camshaft sprocket and lower idler pulley.

CAUTION: If TDC is passed while rotating crankshaft, DO NOT turn crankshaft counterclockwise. This will take out correct timing belt tension between timing belt tensioner and crankshaft sprocket. To correct for this, rotate crankshaft 2 additional turns.

Remove Crankshaft Holder (J42069-10). Rotate crankshaft clockwise 1 3/4 revolutions. Install Crankshaft Holder (J42069-10) to crankshaft flange, and then stop at TDC. Tighten lever arm to water pump pulley flange.

NOTE: Alignment marks on timing belt will no longer align with camshaft sprocket marks after one or more crankshaft revolutions. Timing marks on timing belt are used for initial installation only.

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CAUTION: If TDC is passed while rotating crankshaft, do NOT turn crankshaft counterclockwise. This will take out correct timing belt tension between timing belt tensioner and crankshaft sprocket. To correct for this, rotate crankshaft 2 additional turns.

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Fig. 7: Positioning Timing Belt Idler Pulleys

Remove Camshaft Gear Holder (J42069-2, Green) from left hand camshaft sprockets. Remove Crankshaft Holder (J42069-10) from crankshaft. Rotate crankshaft clockwise 1 3/4 revolutions. Install Crankshaft Holder (J42069-10) to crankshaft flange, and then stop at TDC. Tighten lever arm to water pump pulley flange. Recheck both camshaft timing marks on both banks with Checking Gauge (J42069-20). If timing marks are NOT aligned, readjust timing belt. It is NOT necessary to remove timing belt. If camshaft timing marks are aligned, final tighten upper and lower timing belt idler pulley Torx mounting bolts to 30 ft. lbs. (40 N.m). Adjust timing belt tensioner so that the center alignment mark is about 3 mm above alignment mark on spring loaded idler. See Fig. 6. Tighten timing belt tensioner pulley nut. Verify all timing marks are still aligned. Remove Crankshaft Holder (J42069-10). Remove Checking Gauge (J42069-20). Install timing belt front cover. Install crankshaft harmonic balancer. Tighten bolts to specification. Install water pump and power steering pump pulleys. Install accessory drive belt tensioner. Install accessory drive belt. Install engine mount. Connect negative battery cable. Raise vehicle. Install splash shield. Install wheel. Lower vehicle and install air cleaner assembly. TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Camshaft Sprocket Bolt Step 1 ........................................................................... 37 (50) Step 2 ................................................... Additional 60 Degrees Step 3 ................................................... Additional 15 Degrees Crankshaft Harmonic Balancer Bolt ............................... 15 (20) Crankshaft Sprocket Center Bolt Step 1 ....................................................................... 184 (250) Step 2 ................................................... Additional 45 Degrees Step 3 ................................................... Additional 15 Degrees Engine Mount-To-Bracket Bolt ........................................ 41 (55) Engine Mount Bracket-To-Engine Bolt ............................ 41 (55) Generator Bolt ............................................................... 30 (40) Power Steering Pump Pulley Bolt .................................. 15 (20) Serpentine Drive Belt Tensioner Unit Bolt ..................... 30 (40) Timing Belt Idler Pulley Torx Bolt ................................... 30 (40) Timing Belt Tensioner Bracket Bolt ................................ 30 (40) Timing Belt Tensioner Eccentric Lock Nut ....................................................................... 15 (20) Water Pump Bolt ............................................................ 18 (25) Wheel Lug Nut ............................................................. 92 (125) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Timing Belt Front Cover Bolt ............................................. 71 (8) Water Pump Pulley Bolt ................................................ 71 (8)

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Fig. 8: Positioning Timing Belt On Left Hand Camshafts

Rotate lower timing belt idler pulley counterclockwise until the left hand camshaft timing marks on the sprockets are lined up with marks on the Checking Gauge (J42069-20). While holding lower idler pulley in this position, tighten lower idler pulley Torx mounting bolt to 15 ft. lbs. (20 N.m). Remove Crankshaft Holder (J42069-10). Rotate crankshaft 1 3/4 turns clockwise. DO NOT rotate crankshaft counterclockwise. Install Crankshaft Holder (J42069-10) to crankshaft flange, and then stop at TDC. Tighten lever arm to water pump pulley flange. Inspect left hand camshaft timing marks for alignment. Sprocket timing marks should align with marks on rear cover. Realign, if necessary. Remove Checking Gauge (J42069-20) from left hand camshaft sprockets. Install checking gauge on right hand sprockets (passenger side). Install Camshaft Gear Holder (J42069-2, Green) between left hand camshaft sprockets. Turn upper timing belt idler pulley counterclockwise until the right hand camshaft sprocket timing marks are aligned with marks on Checking Gauge (J42069-20). While holding idler pulley eccentric in this position, tighten upper idler pulley Torx mounting bolt to 15 ft. lbs. (20 N.m).

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TIMING BELT APPLICATION Application Labor Time Belt Part No. 3.4L V6 DOHC Cutlass Supreme & Grand Prix 1991-95 ............ 1 4.5 Hours ..................... 250192 1996 ................. 1 4.5 Hours ..................... 250273 Lumina 1991-95 ............ 1 4.5 Hours ..................... 250192 1997-96 ............ 1 4.5 Hours ..................... 250273 Monte Carlo 1995 ................. 1 4.5 Hours ..................... 250192 1996-97 ............ 1 4.5 Hours ..................... 250273
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With Air. Cond. add .4 hours.

MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


The manufacturer recommends the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals.

*NOTE: This application is an interference engine. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
NOTE: Revised repair procedure are from GM technical service bulletin 47-61-34; December, 1994. Fig. 1: Timing Belt Assembly

Removal: Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove air cleaner and duct assembly. Drain engine coolant. Remove accelerator and cruise control cables from throttle body. Remove fuel rail cover. Relieve fuel pressure. Remove fuel lines from fuel rail. Remove fuel mounting bracket. Remove heater hose and bracket from lower intake manifold. Remove PCV valve and vacuum line from throttle body. Remove electrical connectors from EGR valve, canister purge solenoid and MAP sensor. Remove vacuum lines from upper intake manifold tee. Remove wiring loom bracket for rear spark plug wires. Remove upper intake manifold. Remove coolant recovery tank. Remove serpentine drive belt and drive belt tensioner. Siphon fluid from power steering pump. Disconnect power steering lines and remove power steering pump. On 1993-91 vehicles only, reposition PCM out of way. Remove PCM mounting bracket. On 1995-94 vehicles only, disconnect PCM connectors and secure out of way. On all vehicles, note position for reassembly reference and remove spark plug wires from spark plugs. Remove wiring harness cover at right side (passenger) strut tower. Remove fuel line bracket. Remove timing belt covers. Remove breather hose from rear camshaft cover and crankcase vent from breather manifold. Remove camshaft carrier covers.
NOTE: Actuator assembly uses a tapered bushing between the actuator and mounting base. DO NOT lose or damage the bushing when removing the actuator assembly.

Fig. 2: Measuring Timing Belt Tensioner Actuator Length

Fig. 3: Reworking Paper Clip

Remove side plate bolts securing timing belt tensioner actuator. Rotate actuator assembly from tensioner pulley socket and out of mounting base. Remove timing belt tensioner pulley. See Fig. 1. Position timing belt tensioner actuator in vise with rod tip (rubber boot end) pointing down.

GENERAL MOTORS *3.4L V6 (Cont.)


CAUTION: Allow oil to flow towards boot end of actuator for at least 5 minutes prior to refilling. NOTE: Tensioner actuator is oil filled. Removal of plug may allow oil to escape. DO NOT remove vent plug.

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Straighten out a standard paper clip (.032 with no serrations) and form a loop at one end. See Fig. 3. Remove rubber end plug from rear of tensioner actuator. Push paper clip through end of vent plug and into pilot hole. Insert a small screwdriver into the screw slot inside actuator, behind rubber end plug. Retract actuator plunger by rotating screw in a clockwise direction, until it is fully retracted. Push on paper clip and slowly rotate screw counterclockwise until paper clip engages. Remove timing belt.

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NOTE: Remove timing marks from camshaft and intermediate shaft sprockets.

Fig. 5: Identifying Camshaft Sprocket Designs

Rotate crankshaft so that No. 1 cylinder is at TDC of compression stroke. Mark the timing indicator with White paint or equivalent on the crankshaft balancer and front cover. Position camshafts so that flat spots are UP for installation of Camshaft Hold-Down Tools (J 38613-A). Install Camshaft Hold-Down Tools (J 38613-A) on both camshaft carriers. See Fig. 4. Remove camshaft sprocket center bolts. Note difference between early and late designs. See Fig. 5. Lightly tap on rear of sprockets to remove from camshaft. Inspection: To determine if timing belt length is within specifications, measure tensioner actuator from centerline of tensioner actuator to end of rubber boot. See Fig. 2. If measurement

is 3.2-3.7 (80.5-94.0 mm) for a used belt, the belt is in acceptable range. Replace belt is measurement is more than 3.7 (94 mm). Inspect belt teeth and back side of belt for cracks, tears or other damage. Inspect components for excessive wear or unusual conditions. Note any evidence of oil or other fluid intrusion. Installation: Install camshaft sprockets with bolts and locks. Tighten bolts finger tight. Install timing belt onto camshaft sprockets in a counterclockwise direction. Continue installing timing belt, making sure timing belt teeth are fully engaged with all sprockets. Install timing belt tensioner pulley. Tighten timing belt tensioner pulley bolt to 37 ft. lbs. (50 N.m).

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Fig. 4: Installing Camshaft Hold-Down Tools (J 38613-A)

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Rotate engine clockwise (as viewed from front) 2 times to seat belt and verify correct valve timing. DO NOT reverse rotation. Make sure both camshaft flat spots are up on one bank and down on opposing bank. Install camshaft carrier covers. Install breather hose and crankcase vent onto rear cover. Install timing belt covers. Continue installation in reverse of removal procedure. Refill cooling system with 50/50 mix of water and coolant. Open air bleed valve on thermostat housing while filling cooling system. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges. TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Camshaft Sprocket Bolt ............................................ 96 (130) Crankshaft Balancer Bolt .......................................... 79 (107) Crankshaft Pulley Bolt ................................................ 37 (50) EGR Valve Bolts ............................................................. 18 (25) Front Cover Bolts Large Bolts ............................................................... 35 (47) Small Bolts ............................................................... 18 (25) Intermediate Shaft Belt Sprocket Bolt ........................ 96 (130) Serpentine Belt Tensioner Bolt ....................................... 33 (45) Timing Belt Actuator Side Plate Bolt ............................... 20 (27) Timing Belt Tensioner Pulley Bolt ................................... 37 (50) Timing Chain Tensioner Bolt ...................................... 18 (24) Upper Intake Manifold Bolts & Nuts ................................ 22 (27) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Camshaft Carrier Cover Bolts ........................................ 97 (11) Timing Belt Cover Bolts .................................................. 89 (10) Water Pump Bolt ........................................................ 97 (11)

NOTE: If tensioner oil has been lost, fill tensioner with Mobil 1 SAE 5W-30 synthetic engine oii through plug hole. Fill to bottom of plug hole only when plunger is fully retracted and pin is installed.

Install rubber end plug in rear of tensioner assembly until flush. Ensure plug is sealed against case.

NOTE: Ensure actuator bushings and appropriate holes in side plate are clean. DO NOT lubricate bushings.

Install actuator bushing into side plate. Install timing belt actuator and actuator side plate. Tighten side plate bolt to 20 ft. lbs. (27 N.m). Rotate pulley assembly into timing belt a maximum of 11 ft. lbs. (15 N.m) to allow engagement of actuator shaft into pulley pocket arm socket. Pull the paper clip from the actuator. Retighten pulley assembly counterclockwise to seat pulley into belt. Tighten both right hand camshaft sprockets (bank closest to firewall) to 96 ft. lbs. (130 N.m). Remove camshaft holddown from right hand camshaft carrier. Rotate crankshaft one full turn (360 degrees) clockwise, as viewed from front of engine. Align crankshaft reference marks. Make sure both right hand camshaft flat spots are down. Tighten both left hand camshaft sprockets (bank closest to radiator) to 96 ft. lbs. (130 N.m). Remove camshaft hold-down from left hand camshaft carrier.

HONDA *1.2L 4-Cylinder


TIMING BELT APPLICATION Belt Part No. Application Labor Time1 1.2L 4-Cyl. Civic 1973-79 ................. 1.5 Hours .................. 250028 1 - With Air Cond. add .9 hours.

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MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


Although the manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals.

* NOTE: This application is an interference engine. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
Removal: Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove wheelwell splash shield. Remove air conditioning compressor adjustment pulley complete with bracket drive belt. Remove remaining accessory drive belt(s). Remove valve cover. Remove water pump pulley and crankshaft pulley. See Fig. 1. Ensure that cylinder No. 1 is at TDC of compression stroke and camshaft is aligned with mark. See Fig. 3. Remove upper timing belt cover from cylinder head. Remove lower timing belt cover from engine block. Loosen (do not remove) timing belt adjusting and pivot bolts. Slide belt off pulleys. Installation: To install, reverse removal procedure using care not to excessively bend or twist timing belt. Do not expose belt to engine oil as this will cause belt rubber to swell. Install belt in same direction of rotation to prevent premature wear or failure. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges. TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. lbs (N.m) A/C Pulley Bolt ............................................................ 17 (23) Alternator Through-Bolt ............................................................. 33 (45) Adjustment Bolt ........................................................ 17 (23) Crankshaft Pulley Bolt ................................................ 61 (81) Engine Support Bolts/Nut ........................................... 40 (55) Side Bracket ............................................................... 33 (45) Timing Belt Tensioner Bolt ......................................... 33 (45) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Timing Belt Cover ...................................................... 84 (9.7) Valve Cover ................................................................ 84 (9.7)

Fig. 1: Exploded View Of Timing Belt Components

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Fig. 2: Aligning Camshaft Marks

Fig. 3: Aligning Crankshaft & Camshaft Timing Marks

HONDA *1.3L 4-Cylinder


TIMING BELT APPLICATION Labor Component Application Time Kit No. 1.3L 4-Cyl. Civic 1980-83 Canada ........ 22.0 Hrs. ............................ 250028 US ............... 22.0 Hrs. ............................ 250073 1984-85 .......... 22.0 Hrs. ............................ 250099 1986-87 .......... 22.0 Hrs. ..... 2521610 ........ 250161 Civic CRX 1984 ............... 22.0 Hrs. ............................ 250099 1 - With Air Cond. add .9 hours. 2 - With Air Cond. add .4 hours. Belt Part No.

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CAUTION: Belt tension must be adjusted when engine temperature is cold.

Install washer on crankshaft bolt with flat side toward the pulley. See Figs. 2 and 4.Tighten retaining bolt to specification. Reverse removal procedure to complete installation. Tighten all bolts to specification. On specified Civic models, valve cover bolts must be tightened in proper sequence. See Fig. 3. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A60 for belt tension ranges. TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) Alternator Adjustment Bolt .......................................... 17 (23) Alternator Bracket Bolt ................................................ 33 (45) Camshaft Pulley Bolt .................................................. 27 (37) Crankshaft Pulley Bolt 1980-83 .................................................................... 61 (81) 1984-87 .................................................................. 83 (112) Timing Belt Adjuster Bolt ............................................. 35 (48) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Timing Belt Cover Bolt .................................................. 84 (9) Valve Cover Bolt ........................................................ 108 (12) Valve Cover Nut ............................................................ 84 (9) Water Pump Bolt ...................................................... 108 (12)

NOTE: A timing belt component kit is available for this application. See page I for information on component kits.

MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


Although the manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals.

* NOTE: This application is an interference engine. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
Removal: Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove wheelwell splash shield. Remove A/C compressor or adjusting pulley and bracket. Remove A/C belt. Remove accessory drive belts. Remove engine support bolts and nut. Remove side mount rubber. Rotate crankshaft counterclockwise to position No. 1 cylinder to TDC of compression stroke. Remove engine valve cover and upper timing belt cover. See Figs. 2 and 4. Ensure camshaft timing marks are aligned with valve cover surface and UP or ROUND mark is upward. See Figs. 1 and 5. Remove crankshaft pulley. Remove lower timing belt cover from engine block. Loosen timing belt tensioner to relieve timing belt tension. If timing belt is being reused, mark direction of belt rotation before removing. Remove timing belt from camshaft and crankshaft gears. Inspection: Inspect timing belt for wear on rounded edges of drive teeth. Inspect belt for signs of oil contamination. Replace belt if damaged or contaminated. Inspect all drive gears for wear in drive belt area. Replace as necessary. Installation : Ensure No. 1 piston is at TDC of compression stroke. Ensure camshaft timing marks are aligned with valve cover surface and UP or ROUND mark is upward. See Figs. 1 and 4. Install timing belt. Use care not to excessively bend or twist belt. Ensure belt is installed in original direction of rotation. Belt tension must be adjusted. Rotate crankshaft counterclockwise 3 teeth on camshaft pulley to create tension on belt. Tighten tensioner adjustment bolt to specification.

Courtesy of American Honda Motor Co.

Fig. 1: Aligning Timing Marks (1980-83)

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Courtesy of American Honda Motor Co.

Fig. 2: Exploded View Of Timing Belt Components (1984-87)

Fig. 3: Valve Cover Tightening Sequence

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Fig. 5: Aligning Timing Marks (1984-87)

Fig. 4: Exploded View Of Timing Belt Components (1980-83)

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HONDA *1.5L 4-Cylinder


Labor Time 1 Component Kit No. Belt Part No.

TIMING BELT APPLICATION Application 1.5L 4-Cyl. Civic CVCC 1975 ............... 2.0 Hrs. ...... 2520360 ........ 250036 1976-79 .......... 2.0 Hrs. ............................. 250041 Civic 1980-83 .......... 2.0 Hrs. ............................. 250041 1984-85 .......... 2.0 Hrs. ............................. 250099 1986-87 .......... 2.0 Hrs. ...... 2521610 ........ 250161 1988-95 .......... 2.0 Hrs. ...... 2521430 ........ 250143 Civic VX 1992-95 .......... 2.0 Hrs. ............................. 250223 Civic CRX 1984-85 .......... 2.0 Hrs. ............................. 250099 1986-87 .......... 2.0 Hrs. ...... 2521610 ........ 250161 Civic Del Sol 1993-95 Exc. VX ........ 2.0 Hrs. ...... 2521430 ........ 250143 VX ................ 2.0 Hrs. ............................. 250223 1 - With Air Cond. add .4 hours. With Pwr. Strng. add .3 hours.

NOTE: A timing belt component kit is available for this application. See page I for information on component kits.

MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


Although the manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval for 1975-89 models, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals. On 1990-94 models, the manufacturer recommends the belt be replaced at 90,000 mile intervals. For 1995 models, the manufacturer recommends the belt be replaced at 90,000 mile intervals for normal service and 60,000 miles for severe service.

Fig. 1: Exploded View Of Timing Belt Components (1975-83)

* NOTE: This application is an interference engine. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
Removal (1975-79): Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove wheelwell splash shield. Remove A/C compressor adjusting pulley together with bracket and A/C belt. Remove alternator bracket and belt. Remove engine support bolts and nut. Remove rubber mount. Remove valve cover. Remove crankshaft pulley. Remove upper timing belt cover from cylinder head and remove lower timing belt cover from engine block. Ensure that No. 1 cylinder is at TDC on compression stroke with camshaft aligned with marks. Remove timing belt.

Installation (1975-79): Ensure camshaft and crankshaft timing marks are still aligned. See Figs. 1 and 5. Reverse removal procedure using care not to excessively twist or bend belt. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges. Removal (1980-95): Disconnect negative battery cable. Rotate crankshaft counterclockwise until No. 1 cylinder is at TDC of compression stroke. Remove splash shield. Remove power steering pump, leaving hoses attached. Remove A/C belt idler pulley bracket and belt. Remove alternator belt. Remove power steering pump bracket. Remove cruise control actuator (if equipped). Remove power steering reservoir bracket. Remove engine mount nuts. Loosen engine mount bolt. Pivot side engine mount cushion aside. Remove valve cover. Remove upper timing belt cover. Remove crankshaft pulley. Loosen timing belt tension adjuster bolt 180 degrees. Push tensioner to release belt tension. Retighten tension adjuster bolt. Disengage timing belt from pulleys. See Figs. 1, 2 and 3. Installation (1980-95): Ensure No. 1 cylinder is at TDC of compression stroke. Install timing belt onto crankshaft pulley, tension adjuster pulley, water pump pulley, and camshaft sprocket. DO NOT bend or twist belt excessively. Ensure crankshaft pulley tim-

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Fig. 2: Exploded View Of Timing Belt Components (1992-95)

ing mark aligns with pointer on lower timing belt cover. See Figs. 5, 6, 7, 8 or 9. Adjust timing belt tension. See TIMING BELT ADJUSTMENT. Before installing valve cover gasket, apply non-hardening sealant to rounded surfaces of front and rear camshaft caps. To complete installation, reverse removal procedure. Tighten bolts to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges.

TIMING BELT ADJUSTMENT


CAUTION: Always adjust timing belt tension with engine cold.

Remove cylinder head cover. Remove upper timing belt cover. Rotate crankshaft counterclockwise until No. 1 cylinder is at TDC of compression stroke. Loosen but do not remove, timing belt adjuster bolt. See Fig. 4. Rotate crankshaft 3 teeth counterclockwise on camshaft sprocket to create tension on timing belt. Tighten adjuster bolt to specification. Retighten crankshaft pulley bolt to specification if it loosened during crankshaft rotation. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS.

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Fig. 3: Exploded View Of Timing Belt Components (1984-91)

TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) A/C Compressor Bracket Bolt .................................... 33 (45) Alternator Bracket Bolt ................................................ 33 (45) Camshaft Sprocket Bolt SOHC 1975-79 ................................................................. 22 (30) 1980-95 ................................................................. 28 (33) Crankshaft Pulley Bolt 1 SOHC ................................................................... 134 (185) Power Steering Pump Bracket Bolt ............................. 33 (45) Timing Belt Adjuster Bolt ............................................. 33 (45) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Timing Belt Cover Bolt ................................................ 89 (10) Valve Cover Nut .......................................................... 89 (10) Water Pump Bolt ...................................................... 108 (12)
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- Lubricate bolt threads. Do not lubricate washer or washer mating surface of bolt.
Fig. 4: Locating Timing Belt Adjuster Bolt

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Fig. 7: Aligning Timing Marks (1988-91: Dual Point Injection)

Fig. 5: Aligning Timing Marks (1974-83)

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Fig. 8: Aligning Timing Marks (1988-91 Civic Si & 4WD Civic Wagon; Multipoint Injection)

Fig. 6: Aligning Timing Marks (1984-87)

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Fig. 9: Aligning Timing Marks (1992-95)

HONDA *1.6L 4-Cylinder DOHC


TIMING BELT APPLICATION Application Labor Time Belt Part No. 1.6L 4-Cyl. DOHC Civic Del Sol 1994-97 ................ 1 2.0 Hours ................. 250227 1 - With Air Cond. add .4 hours. With Cruise Control add .3 hours.

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MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


For 1994 vehicles, the manufacturer recommends the belt be replaced at 90,000 miles. For 1995-96 vehicles, the manufacturer recommends the belt be replaced at 90,000 miles for normal service and 60,000 miles for severe service. For 1997 vehicles, normal replacement interval is at 105,000 miles or 84 months. Replace at 60,000 miles if car is regularly driven in extreme temperatures (over 110 degrees F, or under -20 degrees F).

Installation: Ensure No. 1 cylinder is at TDC of compression stroke. Timing belt drive pulley TDC mark must align with pointer on oil pump housing. See Fig. 2. Set intake and exhaust camshaft pulleys to TDC. The TDC marks should align with each other with UP marks pointing up. See Fig. 2. Install timing belt in this sequence: timing belt drive pulley, tension adjusting pulley, water pump pulley, intake camshaft pulley, and exhaust camshaft pulley. See Fig. 4. DO NOT bend or twist belt excessively. Ensure arrow on used belt points in original rotation direction. Ensure crankshaft and camshaft pulleys remained aligned with TDC marks. Loosen and retighten adjusting bolt to tension timing belt. Install lower and middle covers. Install crankshaft pulley. Tighten pulley bolt to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS. Rotate crankshaft pulley 5-6 turns counterclockwise so timing belt seats on pulleys.
CAUTION: Always adjust timing belt tension with engine cold.

*NOTE: This application is an interference engine. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


TIMING BELT
Removal: If the radio has a theft protection circuit, be sure to get the customers code before disconnecting battery. Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove engine lower splash shield. Remove power steering, alternator, and A/C compressor drive belts. Remove power steering pump and hang out of way, leaving hoses connected. Rotate crankshaft counterclockwise to TDC of compression stroke. See Fig. 1. Use jack to support engine. Working from front of engine, remove engine mount bracket nuts and bracket. Remove power steering pump lower bracket and heat shield from engine. Remove the crankshaft pulley. Remove valve cover. Remove middle and lower covers. See Fig. 3. Loosen timing belt tension adjusting bolt 180 degrees. Push tensioner to release belt tension. Retighten tension adjusting bolt. Mark rotation direction of timing belt if it is to be reused. Remove timing belt from pulleys.

To adjust timing belt tension, set No. 1 piston at TDC (White TDC mark on crankshaft pulley aligned with pointer on cover). See Fig. 1. Loosen adjusting bolt 180 degrees. Rotate crankshaft counterclockwise 3 teeth on camshaft pulley. Tighten adjusting bolt. If necessary, retorque crankshaft pulley bolt. Ensure crankshaft and camshaft pulleys are still aligned at TDC. If not, timing belt will need to be removed and repositioned. To complete installation, reverse removal procedure. When installing valve cover gasket, apply liquid gasket to 8 corners where gasket meets camshafts. Tighten fasteners to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges.

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Fig. 1: Setting Crankshaft Pulley To TDC

Fig. 2: Aligning Crankshaft & Camshaft TDC Marks

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TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) A/C Drive Belt Idler Pulley Bracket Bolt ........................ 33 (44) Alternator Mount Bolt ................................................... 33 (45) Camshaft Pulley Center Bolt .......................................... 41 (56) Crankshaft Pulley Bolt 1 ............................................ 130 (177) Engine Mount Bracket Nuts ............................................ 54 (74) Engine Mount Bracket-To-Engine Bolts .......................... 40 (54) Power Steering Pump Bracket Bolt ............................ 33 (44) Power Steering Pump-To-Bracket Bolts ......................... 17 (24) Timing Belt Adjusting Bolt ............................................. 40 (54) Water Pump Bolt (10 x 1.25 mm) ................................... 33 (44) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Timing Belt Cover Bolt ................................................ 89 (10) Valve Cover Nuts 2 ..................................................................................................... 89 (10) Water Pump Bolt (6 x 1.0 mm) .................................. 106 (12)
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- Lubricate bolt threads and bottom shoulder of bolt head. - Tighten nuts in 2-3 steps, starting from center outward.

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Fig. 4: Timing Belt Installation Sequence

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Fig. 3: Exploded View Of Timing Belt Components

HONDA *1.6L 4-Cylinder SOHC, 1976-95


TIMING BELT APPLICATION Belt Part No. Application Labor Time 1.6L 4-Cyl. Accord (Includes Canadian) 1976-78 ................. 2.0 Hours .................. 250041 1980-83 ................. 2.0 Hours .................. 250041 Civic & Civic del Sol 1988-91 ................. 2.1 Hours .................. 250145 1992 (Except Si) ......... 2.1 Hours .................. 250145 (Si) ...................... 2.0 Hours .................. 250224 1993-95 ................. 2.1 Hours .................. 250224 Civic CRX 1988-91 ................. 2.1 Hours .................. 250145 Prelude (Canadian) 1980-82 ................. 2.1 Hours .................. 250041 1 - With Air Cond. add .4 hours.
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Install timing belt onto crankshaft pulley, tension adjuster pulley, water pump pulley, and camshaft sprocket. DO NOT bend or twist belt excessively. Ensure arrow on used belt points in original rotation direction. Ensure crankshaft and camshaft timing marks are still aligned. Adjust timing belt tension. See TIMING BELT ADJUSTMENT. Before installing valve cover gasket, apply non-hardening sealant to rounded surfaces of front and rear camshaft caps. To complete installation,reverse removal procedure. Tighten bolts to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS. Adjust drive belts to proper tension. See page A-60 for belt tension ranges.

TIMING BELT ADJUSTMENT


CAUTION: Always adjust timing belt tension with engine cold.

MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


Although the manufacturer does not recommend a specific scheduled maintenance interval for 1975-89 models, belt manufacturers suggest the belt be replaced at 60,000 mile intervals. On 1990-94 models, normal replacement interval is at 90,000 miles. For 1995 models, recommended replacement interval is 90,000 for normal service and 60,000 for severe service.

Remove valve cover. Remove upper timing belt cover. Rotate crankshaft counterclockwise until cylinder No. 1 is at TDC of compression stroke. Loosen but do not remove, timing belt adjuster bolt. See Fig. 2. Rotate crankshaft 3 teeth counterclockwise on camshaft sprocket to create tension on timing belt. Tighten adjuster bolt. Retighten crankshaft pulley bolt to specification if it loosened during crankshaft rotation. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS.

* NOTE: This application is an interference engine. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


NOTE: If the radio has a coded theft protection circuit, be sure to get the customers code before disconnecting battery.

TIMING BELT
Removal: Disconnect battery negative cable. Rotate crankshaft counterclockwise until No. 1 cylinder is at TDC of compression stroke. Remove wheelwell splash shield. Remove power steering pump, leaving hoses attached. Remove A/C belt idler pulley bracket, and belt. Remove alternator belt. Remove power steering pump bracket. Remove cruise control actuator (if equipped). Remove power steering reservoir bracket. Use jack to support engine and then remove engine mount nuts. Loosen engine mount bolt. Pivot side engine mount-cushion aside. Remove valve cover. Remove upper timing belt cover. Remove crankshaft pulley. Remove crankshaft position sensor from oil pump (if equipped). Loosen timing belt tension adjuster bolt 180 degrees. See Fig. 2. Push tensioner to release belt tension. Retighten tension adjuster bolt. Mark rotation direction of timing belt if it is to be reused. Remove timing belt from pulleys. See Figs. 1 and 5. Installation: Ensure No. 1 cylinder is at TDC of compression stroke. Crankshaft keyway will be at 12 oclock position, and sprocket groove or mark will align with pointer on oil pump housing.

Fig. 1: Exploded View Of Timing Belt Components (Accord & Prelude)

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Fig. 2: Locating Timing Belt Adjuster Bolt

Fig. 4: Aligning Crankshaft & Camshaft Timing Marks (Accord, 1976-82)

TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Application Ft. Lbs. (N.m) A/C Compressor Bracket Bolt .................................... 33 (45) Alternator Bracket Bolt ................................................ 33 (45) Camshaft Sprocket Bolt DOHC ....................................................................... 38 (51) SOHC ....................................................................... 28 (38) Crankshaft Pulley Bolt 1 SOHC ................................................................... 130 (180) SOHC ................................................................... 134 (185) Power Steering Pump Bracket Bolt ............................ 33 (45) Timing Belt Adjuster Bolt DOHC ....................................................................... 41 (55) SOHC ....................................................................... 33 (45) INCH Lbs. (N.m) Timing Belt Cover Bolt ................................................ 89 (10) Valve Cover Nut .......................................................... 89 (10) Water Pump Bolt ...................................................... 108 (12) 1 - Lubricate bolt threads but do not lubricate washer or mat ing surface of bolt.

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Fig. 3: Aligning Crankshaft & Camshaft Timing Marks (Prelude, 1980-82)

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Fig. 5: Exploded View Of Timing Belt Components (1992-95 Civic)

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Fig. 6: Aligning Timing Belt Marks (Civic, 1988-95)

HONDA *1.6L 4-Cylinder SOHC, 1996-2000


TIMING BELT APPLICATION Application Labor Time Belt Part No. 1.6L 4-Cyl. SOHC Civic 1996-00 ................ 1 2.0 Hours ................. 250224 Civic Del Sol 1996-97 ................ `1 2.0 Hours ................ 250224 1 - With Air Cond. add .4 hours. With Cruise Control add .3 hours.

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NOTE: If the radio has a coded theft protection circuit, be sure to get the customers code before disconnecting battery.

TIMING BELT
Removal: Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove engine lower splash shield. Remove power steering, alternator, and A/C compressor drive belts. Rotate crankshaft counterclockwise to TDC of compression stroke. See Fig. 3. Remove engine oil dipstick. Remove power steering pump and set aside with hoses attached. Remove timing belt upper cover and A/C drive belt idler pulley bracket. Use jack to support engine. Working from front of engine, remove engine mount bracket nuts. Remove crankshaft pulley. Remove lower cover and dipstick tube. Remove Crankshaft Speed Fluctuation (CKF) sensor from oil pump. Loosen the timing belt tension adjusting bolt 180 degrees. Push tensioner to release belt tension. Retighten tension adjusting bolt. Mark rotation direction of timing belt if it is to be reused. Remove timing belt from pulleys. See Fig. 1.

MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


For 1996 vehicles, manufacturer recommends replacing belt at 90,000 miles for normal service and 60,000 miles for severe service. For 1997-00 vehicles, normal replacement interval is at 105,000 miles or 84 months. Replace at 60,000 miles if car is regularly driven in extreme temperatures (over 110 degrees F, or under -20 degrees F).

*NOTE: This application is an interference engine. See page A-59 for interference engine cautions.

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Fig. 1: Exploded View Of Timing Belt Components

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Installation: Ensure No. 1 cylinder is at TDC of compression stroke. Timing belt drive pulley TDC mark must align with pointer on oil pump housing. See Fig. 2. Set camshaft pulley to TDC. TDC marks should align with top surface of cylinder head. See Fig. 3. Install timing belt in this sequence: timing belt drive pulley, tension adjusting pulley, water pump pulley, and camshaft pulley. See Fig. 4.