The Engine Is Not Running Right After Replacing the Timing Belt?

Answer Replacing a timing belt is kind of like swimming to China to buy tea; the objective itself is fairly simple, but you may have some problems getting there. The procedures involved in getting to the ... Read More »

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DIY: Replacing a 1997 KIA Timing Belt?

Some engines with overhead camshafts will need to have their timing belts eventually replaced. It is recommended that you replace your timing belt after an average of 90,000 miles. Removing the tim... Read More »

Instructions for Replacing a Timing Belt on a 1990 Toyota Corolla?

Toyota's Corolla has an oddly mixed sort of reputation. In the United States, the Corolla was thought of as -- above and beyond all else -- a slow if spirited commuter car. Overseas, however, the ... Read More »

How to Replace the Timing Belt on a 1MZ-FE Engine?

The 1MZ-FE is a six-cylinder 3.0-liter engine with a dual overhead camshaft. Toyota made the engine from 1994 to 2006 and appears in a variety of Toyota vehicles from that period, such as the Camry... Read More »

How to Change the Engine Timing Belt on a BMW M40?

BMW (Bavarian Motor Works) began as an aircraft manufacturing company in Munich, Germany in 1910. The company started manufacturing vehicles in 1928. Known for luxury and reliability, BMW continues... Read More »