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    Re: timing belt.

    ill look for an e-book or get a manual if anything. while im down in there , i should also do the water pump too , right?>





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    Re: timing belt.

    buy the repair manual and do it yourself,half a days work




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    Re: timing belt.

    Quote Originally Posted by sqhertz View Post
    from what ive read , thats what this has. i would really rather do it asap , but we are super tight on money.
    So does the waterpump need to be changed for sure? That wasn't clearly stated in the OP



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    So does the waterpump need to be changed for sure? That wasn't clearly stated in the OP
    its never been done as far as i know. everyone who ive talked about it to , said that while im getting it done , the water pump is right there.





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    Re: timing belt.

    Quote Originally Posted by tigerf117 View Post
    So does the waterpump need to be changed for sure? That wasn't clearly stated in the OP
    yes change the waterpump if you go thru all the work to get to the timing belt.

    [edit] beat me to it :]



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    Re: timing belt.

    and just to be certain , as long as nothing moved when the belt is off , nothing should **** up right?
    i dont want to be the ******* trying to save some money then end up buying a new motor.





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    all oem son



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    Quote Originally Posted by sqhertz View Post
    its never been done as far as i know. everyone who ive talked about it to , said that while im getting it done , the water pump is right there.
    Gotcha. Honestly, i'd get someone to do it on the cheap for you. There may also be some local uncertified shops around your area that'll do it for half the cost of a regular shop, while still having a little more peace of mind that a backyard mechanic. If you don't feel comfortable doing it yourself, dont. You can make things worse for yourself if you do screw something up, and it won't be fun (especially if its a zero clearance motor).



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    Re: timing belt.

    Quote Originally Posted by sqhertz View Post
    and just to be certain , as long as nothing moved when the belt is off , nothing should **** up right?
    i dont want to be the ******* trying to save some money then end up buying a new motor.
    the manual should show you a pic of how the timing is lined up..you will also see the markings on the engine itself and pulleys how to line up..but yes, if you dont move it, it should be ok.



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    I can tell you if that belt does snap your gonna have a few grand in engine damage
    (bent valves)..... D I Y ~!




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    Re: timing belt.

    Quote Originally Posted by sqhertz View Post
    from what ive read , thats what this has. i would really rather do it asap , but we are super tight on money.

    Yeah, were in the same spot.

    Car has 102k, belt supposed to be replaced at 100k, and no money to do it.

    I would do it myself (I've done them on other cars), but its our only car so we cant do without for a day or two.

    That parts for our car are like $60 for the water pump, and $115 for the timing belt and the idler/tensioner pulleys.

    Do you know anyone who is good with engines?



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    Quote Originally Posted by infamous_e46 View Post
    all oem son

    holla.

    but , i did forget to mention it is the 3.0l v6.





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