[V8] Which timing belt parts?
bhitzler at kpbsd.k12.ak.us
Tue May 11 12:57:28 EDT 2004
kyle_leatherwood at hotmail.com writes:
>I went the full route when I did mine so I wouldn't have to pull it back
>down for another 60+. I replaced all of the timing belt rollers, the
>tensioner, the plastic bushing that the tensioner rides on, oil pump
>bearing, oil pump seal, front crank seal, and front camshaft seals. Be
>to get the water pump bolts also because odds are you will wring one or
>of the heads off. It wasn't a bad job. Not as bad as I was believing it
>be. Did it in a weekend.
>Any questions, let me know.
>>From: "Bill Hitzler" <bhitzler at kpbsd.k12.ak.us>
>>To: v8 at audifans.com
>>Subject: [V8] Which timing belt parts?
>>Date: Mon, 10 May 2004 08:41:07 -0800
>>Getting ready to do the timing belt. This will be the second belt change.
>>The car now has 131,000 on it. The first change was done at 78,000 by the
>>previous owner. Besides the belt, distributer caps, rotors, and water
>>what else should be changed as far as rollers, tensioner, etc.? Thanks,
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>Hi Kyle, That sounds like a pretty good plan. How difficult are the
crank,oil pump, and cam seals once you're in there? And the oil pump
bearing? Thanks, Bill
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