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#41 dyodyo

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Posted 02 June 2009 - 04:30 PM

just had replaced the chain of my fieldmaster.. 1 set inabot ng 14k 4 genuine parts.. mas mahal labor 4 chain than belt..

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Posted 29 September 2013 - 11:30 AM

Either. I prefer to choose the car on looks rather than buying a car because i prefer a chainor belt

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Posted 29 September 2013 - 11:40 AM

Either. I prefer to choose the car on looks rather than buying a car because i prefer a chainor belt



Baka wala kang alam sa makina brad?

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Posted 30 September 2013 - 10:18 PM

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I used to own a 1990 Toyota AE92 1600 16valve and I remember having a timing belt and not a chain...

Maybe what you see beneath the oil cap are the gears connected to the double overhead cams...


I used to own a corolla 90 xl5. 2e engine, timing belt. I had it replaced when it broke

#45 mr_kindred23

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Posted 15 December 2013 - 02:59 AM

Guys pahelp lang po...pasensya na at noobs pa me totally sa makina...
1..ung timing belt ba un ung 3 belt sa gilid ng makina,ung naka connect sa alternator at 2 pang rotator na nasa gilid ng makina?research lang sa google for photos eh un mostly nakikita ko at ung ibang photos eh nasa loob ng makina? ,kasi medyo mayhimulmul na ung isang belt kasi...or nasa loob ng makina ung timing belt?

2..magkano ba papalit ng belt? labor cost at ung belt cost?

3..matagal ba ito ipaayos....kasi honestly ayaw ko paiwan ung car pag sa casa,bad experience na sa casa kasi...ung uncle ko kasi may ford explorer..ipinaayos lang nia ung gas gauge sa casa..inaabot ng almost a month bago nakuha...after few days dumami sira.....kaya plan namin ipaayos dun sa mga regular mechanic...ung sa may gasoline station lang na may automechanic shop...if it would take 3 to 4hrs eh kaya ko antayin or saglit lang palitan ung 3belt?

the reason eh para may idea na ako just incase na ipaayos namin ...

my car is honda city type z lxi...yr..2000

tnx in advance ..

Edited by mr_kindred23, 15 December 2013 - 03:02 AM.


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Posted 15 December 2013 - 01:25 PM

Guys pahelp lang po...pasensya na at noobs pa me totally sa makina...
1..ung timing belt ba un ung 3 belt sa gilid ng makina,ung naka connect sa alternator at 2 pang rotator na nasa gilid ng makina?research lang sa google for photos eh un mostly nakikita ko at ung ibang photos eh nasa loob ng makina? ,kasi medyo mayhimulmul na ung isang belt kasi...or nasa loob ng makina ung timing belt?

2..magkano ba papalit ng belt? labor cost at ung belt cost?

3..matagal ba ito ipaayos....kasi honestly ayaw ko paiwan ung car pag sa casa,bad experience na sa casa kasi...ung uncle ko kasi may ford explorer..ipinaayos lang nia ung gas gauge sa casa..inaabot ng almost a month bago nakuha...after few days dumami sira.....kaya plan namin ipaayos dun sa mga regular mechanic...ung sa may gasoline station lang na may automechanic shop...if it would take 3 to 4hrs eh kaya ko antayin or saglit lang palitan ung 3belt?

the reason eh para may idea na ako just incase na ipaayos namin ...

my car is honda city type z lxi...yr..2000

tnx in advance ..

Timing Belt is usually connected to the Camshaft and Crankshaft pulley. The Belt connected to the alternator, compressor, water pump, tensioner, etc. is not a timing belt. The timing belt is inside the plastic front cover. It may take at least 2-3 hours to change the belt depending on the mechanic. Don't know how much the cost of the labor as I usually do DIY for my car.

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Posted 15 December 2013 - 02:59 PM

Guys pahelp lang po...pasensya na at noobs pa me totally sa makina...
1..ung timing belt ba un ung 3 belt sa gilid ng makina,ung naka connect sa alternator at 2 pang rotator na nasa gilid ng makina?research lang sa google for photos eh un mostly nakikita ko at ung ibang photos eh nasa loob ng makina? ,kasi medyo mayhimulmul na ung isang belt kasi...or nasa loob ng makina ung timing belt?

2..magkano ba papalit ng belt? labor cost at ung belt cost?

3..matagal ba ito ipaayos....kasi honestly ayaw ko paiwan ung car pag sa casa,bad experience na sa casa kasi...ung uncle ko kasi may ford explorer..ipinaayos lang nia ung gas gauge sa casa..inaabot ng almost a month bago nakuha...after few days dumami sira.....kaya plan namin ipaayos dun sa mga regular mechanic...ung sa may gasoline station lang na may automechanic shop...if it would take 3 to 4hrs eh kaya ko antayin or saglit lang palitan ung 3belt?

the reason eh para may idea na ako just incase na ipaayos namin ...

my car is honda city type z lxi...yr..2000

tnx in advance ..



fan belt po ung sinasabi nio sir
kung timing belt naman po kailangan po sa marunong na mechanic dahil may mga settings sa makina na sila lang ang may alam

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Posted 15 December 2013 - 03:23 PM

Nissan patrol td42 uses timing gears.

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Posted 15 December 2013 - 05:00 PM

Almost all Isuzu and Nissan Diesel engine old and new used

timing gear makes their engines more durable..

the only disadvantage is noisy engine. :(

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Posted 16 December 2013 - 01:23 AM

Timing Belt is usually connected to the Camshaft and Crankshaft pulley. The Belt connected to the alternator, compressor, water pump, tensioner, etc. is not a timing belt. The timing belt is inside the plastic front cover. It may take at least 2-3 hours to change the belt depending on the mechanic. Don't know how much the cost of the labor as I usually do DIY for my car.



thank you very much for the information you share...thank you :)

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Posted 16 December 2013 - 01:30 AM

fan belt po ung sinasabi nio sir
kung timing belt naman po kailangan po sa marunong na mechanic dahil may mga settings sa makina na sila lang ang may alam



thank you very much :)

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Posted 16 December 2013 - 01:38 AM

When facing the engine, the timing belt is located at the left side of the engine. The cover of the timing belt is located beside the valve cover.


Freelance mechanics usually charge between 1,200-1,500. The cost of a timing belt varies from car to car but, I think, the price range of the timing belt is between 1,200 and 2,000.


When I had mine replaced, it took only 45 minutes because 2 mechanics were doing it, so that would be around an hour and a half if only one mechanic replaced your timing belt.



thank you very much for the information you share...thank you :)

again maraming salamat sa lahat na nagresponse/reply sa mga tanong ko ..thank you... sa january pa ipapaayos ung car so I'll post it here nalang after the repair to share din how much it cost us and how long it took to replace the belt... again thank you very much:)

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Posted 16 December 2013 - 11:34 PM

I suggest you have your timing belt checked. If it has cracks, you should have it replaced immediately because you never know when it might break. When it breaks, so will your engine. Normally, it is replaced after the first 100,000 kilometers of your car's mileage then every succeeding 50,000 kilometers.



again thank you for this information...nasa 90,000Km na ung mileage..also 2nd owner na kami dun sa car and 8yrs na sa amin...once a week lang namin nagagamit ung car,tuwing may lakad/gala/pasyal lang ,regular maintenance lang is change oil/oil filter every year..0nce palang namin napalitan ung battery.tuwing january ang maintenance namin, so I was planning na talaga pa change ung timing belt this coming year, kaya nag inquire na ako dito sa forum para makakuha ng tips and cost just incase para atleast kahit paano eh may idea na pagpinaayos na... the rest will follow pero one at a time ... suspension,radiator,clutch and brake... at baka mabigla sa gastos...basta thank you talaga for the information you share..tnx :)

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Posted 25 April 2015 - 09:48 AM

i prefer to use timing chain.



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Posted 05 March 2017 - 05:02 AM

Are timing chains good sa lifetime ng cars? May nagpalit na ba nito dahil bumigay?

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Posted 29 June 2017 - 12:08 PM

Timing Belt lang ang gamit ko sa sasakyan ko



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Posted 22 July 2017 - 09:19 AM

Timing chain

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Posted 09 March 2018 - 03:59 PM

i prefer Timing Chain



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Posted 26 April 2018 - 12:35 PM

Timing belt for me



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Posted 26 April 2018 - 12:56 PM

Timing Chain is my choice






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