When to change timing belt peugeot partner 2003 model?
Generally replace every 40,000 miles
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Answer . Normally 80,000 to 100,000 miles.\nThe owners manual will have this info. If it is an interference engine, failure to replace the belt at the prescribed time can result in severe engine damage. If you have no owners manual, call the dealer..
Answer . \nI have a 2002 Elantra and the timing belt was changed by the dealer at 60,000 per the maintenace schedule.
There is no Timing belt in corolla 2003 to 2008 model, Toyota start the timing chain for all these series that's what the Toyota dealer said.Your Toyota timing belt/timing chain plays an important role in the running of your vehicle. The Toyota timing belt/timing chain is typically tucked away behind the front cover of your engine, but just because it is out of sight does not mean it should be out of mind. Indeed, far from it, your Toyota timing belt/timing chain must be in working order for your vehicle to be operational. The Toyota timing belt/timing chain winds around the camshaft and crankshaft, and is assisted by the idler pulley/tensioner. It is responsible for seeing to it that the valves operate at the right time sequences to permit the correct amount of air and fuel into the engine, as well as allowing exhaust to escape. Clearly, if a malfunctioning Toyota timing belt/timing chain is not allowing air and fuel into the engine, your vehicle is not going to get far. The Toyota timing belt/timing chain is a part that should be changed according to the recommended maintenance schedule, whether or not it is showing any wear. That is because this is a part that can, and often does, fail without warning. While estimates may vary between individual automotive technicians, the general recommendation is to replace the Toyota timing belt/timing chain at about the 60,000-mile point. However, if your driving circumstances tend to be a bit more demanding than those of the average driver, you may want to consider replacing your Toyota timing belt/timing chain a bit sooner.
According to the local Subaru dealership, it should be replaced at 105,000 miles (U.S.). Estimated price for parts and labor as of 2007 is $625.00 USD.
The 2003 Sentra has a chain not a belt and should in fact last you a lifetime.
The service interval is 144000 miles or 7 years for the 1.4 engine.. user manual for a 2000 hdi d turbo states 96,000
DIGITAL CLOCK The time is set with the ignition on but engine off, by pressing the lighting rheostat button for more than 3 seconds. The hours will then flash TO SET THE HOUR A slow press, the hours change slowly Press and hold, the hours change swiftly. To memorise the hour displayed, Release the button foe 5 seconds, the minutes will flash. TO SET THE MINUTES Do the same as the to set the hour All this from the peugeot 106 handbook and
Petrol and diesel variants have differing recommendations For an exact answer you need to know Year 2004 cc 1900 fuel typediesel contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org and i will send u pics for timing belt and tech data for this car
307 2.0Ltr. recommended intervals are. replace at 96,000 miles under normal driving conditions. or. replace at 80,000 miles under adverse driving conditions. If you are in any doubt get the belt changed. it is a lot cheaper to do this than have to repair. A damaged engine. good luck. best wishes. Mike 2
there is no timing belt so no need to change. i took mine to a garage for the same thing expecting a hefty bill but was pleasantly surprised to find out it didnt need changing ....i think he said it was a chain or something 1
1.6 & 2.0Ltr are both listed as 50,000 milles or 5 years whichever occurs first best wishes
307 HDI engine code DW10ATED (RHS) Recommendations are Every 96,000 miles under normal conditions Every 80,000 miles under adverse conditions.
Why does the fan belt on your peugeot partner keep shredding even though you have changed all the wheels and the tensioner on the van?
I had this problem with my 1992 Buick Roadmaster. I noticed one day my power steering pump was not using bolts to secure it anymore. Is was simply 'floating' in the mounting bracket. So I reinstalled the bolts needed. At that point, it started shredding the serpantine belts. After several belts, and many attempts to realign it, I loosened all the bolts again and started the engine up. As soon as I verified no shredding was taking place, I marked the position of the hardware, shut it off, and secured it as marked. Part of the problem was the bracket to the left side of the engine block (5.7L) that had to be removed to allow realignment.. I just replaced the engine with another 5,7L. Belt is shredding again. Is it illegal to 'discharge' a firearm in the city limits to kill an automobile?
every 60,000 miles incorrect answer, they suggest 70,000 miles on a std 1.9D as i own one. i didnt change mine until 75,000 miles 60,000 miles is a bit hasty unless u slog the life out the workhorse all the time
The timing "chain"will start rattling at around the 100k to 110k mark. This is when it should be replaced
The advice I have for Peugeot 307 1600cc is every 120,000km or 4 yrs whichever is the earliest - Martin New Zealand
You should change the timing belt on a 2003 when it wears out orbreaks. Changing the belt beforehand is not needed.
I have a 407 136 hdi with 123000 miles, been told by peugeot main dealer timing belt to be changed at 160,000!! I have just had a main agent confirm the interval on a 1.6hdi is 144,000 chang it now and bee on the safe side good then for 100,000
when changing belt replace the tensioning pulleys and replace the water pump also parts costs Â£90.00 plus labour Â£125.00 getting mine done next week by mobile mechanic.
Puegeot say change it every 100k miles but leaving it this long is probably asking for trouble, for example vauxhall originally said on cavaliers etc change cambelt every 40k miles. when the vectra came out they up'd-it to 80k but soon dropped it back down to 40k when they realised that to many belts were failing before 80k. Dont leave it to 100k.
DOHC ENGINE See Figures 13 through 21 A camshaft alignment timing tool (No. T94P-6256-CH or equivalent) and a crankshaft Top Dead Center (TDC) timing peg tool (No. T97P-6000-A or equivalent) are required for this procedure. Make sure the correct notch in the pulley is indexed to the lower cylinder block. Refer to the accompanying illustration. . Fig. Fig. 13: A camshaft alignment timing tool .... Fig. Fig. 14: ... and a crankshaft TDC timing peg tool are required when removing and installing the timing belt. Remove the spark plugs. . Rotate the crankshaft to TDC. . Locate and remove the plug bolt by the Crankshaft Position (CKP) sensor (refer to the illustration) and install the TDC timing peg. . Fig. Fig. 15: Remove the plug bolt by the Crankshaft Position (CKP) sensor and install the TDC timing peg. Raise the car and support it with safety stands. . Unfasten the splash shields bolts and remove the shield. . Lower the car and remove the water pump pulley. . Remove the valve cover and the timing belt covers. . Align the camshafts and install the camshaft alignment tool on the back of the camshafts as illustrated. . Fig. Fig. 16: Align the camshafts and install the alignment tool. WARNING. If the camshaft belt is being reused, mark the direction of the camshaft belt to the rotation of the camshaft prior to removal, or premature wear and belt failure could occur.. Loosen the tensioner pulley bolt and relieve the tension on the belt by disconnecting the tensioner tab from the timing cover back plate. . Slide the belt off the sprockets. . Inspect the belt for wear and replace as necessary. . Fig. Fig. 17: Timing belt routing-2.0L DOHC engine. To install: . If, for any reason, the engine was disturbed, the camshafts moved or the sprockets replaced, perform the following procedure: . Make sure the correct notch in the pulley is indexed to the lower cylinder block. . Position the crankshaft just prior to Top Dead Center (TDC). . If not already done, locate and remove the plug bolt by the Crankshaft Position (CKP) sensor (refer to the illustration) and install the TDC timing peg. . Rotate the crankshaft clockwise against the TDC peg. . Installation of the alignment tool into the exhaust camshaft may require the camshafts to be rotated clockwise. . Install the camshaft alignment tool on the back of the camshafts. . Install the timing belt and engage the timing belt tensioner tab into the upper timing cover backplate. . A 3 / 8 inch drive, 10mm, 2 inch torque adapter offset is required to tighten the tensioner bolt. . Using a 6mm Allen wrench, adjust the tensioner until the index marks are aligned and tighten the bolt to 17-20 ft. lbs. (22-28 Nm). . Rotate the crankshaft clockwise against the TDC alignment peg, then remove the camshaft alignment tool. . Remove the TDC peg tool and install the plug bolt. . Install the timing and valve covers. . Install the water pump pulley and the splash shield. . Install the spark plugs. . If the engine or the camshaft were not disturbed in any way, or the sprockets were not removed, perform the following procedure: . Install the timing belt and engage the timing belt tensioner tab into the upper timing cover backplate. . Fig. Fig. 18: Engage the timing belt tensioner tab into the upper timing cover backplate .... Fig. Fig. 19: ... then use a 6mm Allen wrench to adjust the tensioner until the index marks are aligned. Fig. Fig. 20: A 3/8 inch drive, 10mm, 2 inch torque adapter offset is required to tighten the tensioner bolt (arrow)-2.0L DOHC engine. A 3 / 8 inch drive, 10mm, 2 inch torque adapter offset is required to tighten the tensioner bolt. . Using a 6mm Allen wrench, adjust the tensioner until the index marks are aligned and tighten the bolt to 17-20 ft. lbs. (22-28 Nm). . Rotate the crankshaft clockwise against the TDC alignment peg, then remove the camshaft alignment tool. . Fig. Fig. 21: Rotate the crankshaft clockwise against the TDC alignment peg. Remove the TDC peg tool and install the plug bolt. . Install the timing and valve covers. . Install the water pump pulley and the splash shield. . Install the spark plugs.
can you tell me the markins for my timing belt for my peogeut partner van
If you ring Peugeot Australia on 1300304077, have your rego numbver and last six numbers of your vin number and they wilol tell you.
307 1.6 HDI FAP 110Hp engine Timing belt is scheduled for 100 K miles or equivelent.
You don't unless you're a mechanic.....and if you're a mecanich you don't need to ask!
what milesage to chang a timing belt on a peogoet 307 hatchback 1.4 16v petrol
It depends on the engine type. On a 2.0 Petrol the recommended mileage to change the belt is 72,000mls, but you can always change it before.
1999 and newer Chevy trackers don't have a timing belt, they have a timing chain and i was told by my mechanic that it shouldn't need changed at any specific mileage interval.
2003 Honda accord 4cyl doesnot have a timeingbelt.2003[ 4cyl] and lator have a timing chain that may not need to be replaced ever .
It depends on what car or model but a Peugeot 307 2.0 Hdi ( 110 ) should be changed at 96,000 miles under normal conditions and should take about 3 hours to do.
Follow this information with a Haynes manual it doesn't cost much and prevents some serious head scratching and in case I missed something! 1) First of all try to locate all of the top timing belt cover bolts please note that there is also one at the rear of the timing belt cover down behind the bulkhead awkward that one. 2) Release the engine mounting bracket it has three nuts that are released with a 17mm socket. Left hand side of engine. 3) ensure that when this is released it is supported underneath the sump with a trolley jack and a piece of wood. 4) Support the car itself on a good jack or an axle stand and remove driver side wheel. 5) Remove the plastic covers to gain access to the crankshaft pulley. 6) lock the camshaft and injection pump with 8mm bolts. Also the crankshaft by inserting a further bolt in the flywheel also done with an 8mm bolt. This is done by rotating the crankshaft pulley always clockwise as described in the manual. I can assist further if necessary. 7) Now remove the crankshaft pulley retaining bolt. Sometimes its easier to loosen this first using a ratchet or spanner and jamming it against something solid such as the wishbone and using the starter motor to loosen it. remember to do this with no pins in pulleys!!!! 8) If the step above is required simply reinsert bolt and tighten until crankshaft turns always clockwise! then reinsert pins then remove the bolt again which will now be loose as not fully torqued. 9)Remove crankshaft pulley. 10) Loosen the tensioning pulley two bolts. Tensioner pivot nut/bolt and adjustment bolt then turn the tensioner bracket anti clockwise using a 10mm square key or ratchet!Spot the square hole. 11) Remove old belt and discard. 12) Locate the timing belt on the crankshaft sprocket first then idler roller, fuel injection pump, camshaft, tensioner roller, coolant pump. (Note I would change water /coolant pump at the same time) saves later expense. 13) Make sure belt is tight and a good fit by retensioning then remove pins. 14) Rotate crankshaft through two complete revolutions always clockwise and reinsert pins. This ensures timing is correct and a tooth has not slipped. 15) Remove pins. 16) Do not run engine without crankshaft pulley as belt could fly off and this is not good. 17) You are good now so reassemble!!
Partner 1.9D 1993 to 1998. Recommended change intervals are. 72,000 miles under normal conditions. 60,000 miles under adverse conditions
I work in a spare part shop, and most of the belts we sell are designed for 80000km. Since the manufacturer can't be responsible about what happens during the belt use (especially, drops of oil or coolant fluid), we recommend to change them every 60000km, to better be safe than sorry. The original factory-fitted belt is designed for 120000km, but I'd not risk running it for that long. Also, when buying a new car, we always recommend replacing the belt as you can neevr be sure how it was fitted and under what conditions the car was used. Changing the belt also usually involves changing tensioner pulleys or idlers (or both).
hi there can please show me the timing diagram to my 2003 peugeot 406 2ltr hdi
On a 2003 Mazda Protege it must be changed at 105,000 miles. This is an interference engine and as such if the belt breaks serious engine damage will occur.
I have an 07 1.6Hdi partner origin and have had various awnsers as follows: Peugeot HQ - every 10 yrs/Arduous - 112,000 miles/average - 140,000miles Peugeot Dealers: W.J.King - every 8 years/Average - 144,000 miles Chinese Garage - __________/Average - 96,000 miles Robins & Day - __________/Average - 60,000 miles Local Independant Specialist: French Car Servicing - at least 100,000 miles up to 144,000 miles It looks to me as if a couple of the dealers are taking the ****! The local specialist will be getting my money when I come to replace it.
Since the timing belts on newer Honda's USUALLY, (depends on where car was assembled and engine type) are chains, you don't have to do anything but inspect it. Make sure you know whether its a belt or a chain. Here are the OEM maintenance intervals: If its the BELT & not the chain (usually comes with the 6-cylinder engine) 6-cylinder engine w/ basic driving conditions: change at 105,000 miles. Being a engine builder and owning and building many Honda's. I would have it serviced at 80,000 miles. This is if you do a descent amount of in city (stop and go) driving. My recommendation for "horse-beat" cars, ones that have severe driving conditions; 60,000 miles before changing timing belt & water pump. If your rough with your accord, but take good care (proper maintenance intervals), then it would be 80,000. If your a frivolous maintenance-type person, changing the fluids and following maintenance intervals; you could get away with changing it at 120,000. If its a timing chain, the OEM specs say you don't have to change it. I would check tension, and make sure timing is not retarded or advanced. You want the belt to be proper tension, also at 80,000 -90,000 instead of changing the chain (time chain) it is necessary to replace the water pump. Also follow maintenance schedules to maintain your Honda properly. ---------- POTTER--------- (Retired Engine Builder/Machinist/Mechanic) ASE Certified & Associates in Automotive Engineering Graduate of UTI and CNM
First of all, It has a timing chain not a timing belt. No need to change the timing chain and gears. They will last the life of the engine.
By locating the allum bolt under the power steering pump and loosening it, adjust the tensioner (slider) then retighten the bolt, job done.
The engine is chain driven not belt so if your car is serviced regularly it should last the life of the car.
the clutch cable on my peugeot partner van has detached itself from the pedal.How do i go about changing the cabel?
It must be changed every 90,000 miles. Warning: This is an interference engine and as such if the belt breaks serious engine damage will occur. Update: Audi now recommends every 75,000 miles.
Change it every 90,000 miles and also replace the water pump which is driven by the cam belt.
I was looking at the Gates website ( they make timing belts etc. ) and for the 1600 cc engine in a 2003 Mazda Protege ( Canada ) it shows ( 60,000 miles )
On a 2003 Ford Focus : According to the Gates website ( they make timing belts etcetera ) It shows that the timing belt used on the 2.0 liter SOHC and DOHC engines should be inspected and replaced if necessary at 120,000 miles ( but it also shows that the engines are interference engines ) The 2.3 liter four cylinder in a 2003 Ford Focus has a timing CHAIN
The 2003 Ford Mustang does no have a timing belt, it has a chain which requires no maintenance. Replace the water pump when it starts leaking. It should last 100,000 miles or more.
The V6 belt must be changed every 110,000 miles. The 4 cylinder has no belt and instead uses a chain that requires no maintenance.
It must be changed every 105,000 miles. Warning: This is an interference engine. If the belt breaks you will have internal engine damage.
It does not have a timing belt. It has a chain that drives the camshaft. OR do you mean the serpentine belt on the outside of the engine that drives the alternator, A/C, water pump?
On the V6 it must be changed every 105,000 miles. Warning: This is an interference engine. On the 4 cylinder no maintenance is required as it has a chain not a belt.