This video includes the clips from part one butinlcudes the SOUND and a SLIDE SHOW from the project.
Inspection - This is our brother Gregg's Car neon. The water pump seized and blew the timing belt. We decided to take it all the way down to the head because there was some question that a valve had bent as well. But other than a TON of carbon, it turned out to be OK. more at http://www.reinsmith.net
How to - 1998 2.0 SOHC neon timing belt replacement
I learned how to do this from watching videos from another you tuber. His
name is Dave and his you tube account is davidsfarm I believe. Check out
his videos, they helped me learn to do several repairs and saved my friends
and me thousands of dollars worth of repairs. Thanks Dave.
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How To Torque Cylinder Head Bolts - EricTheCarGuy
How To Torque Cylinder Head Bolts - EricTheCarGuy
Well this was a fun one to make. I believe I covered everything but if you
feel I haven't please let me know in the comments below as well as any tips
you might have to add as well. I'm not trying to make a big deal about
"pound feet" or "foot pounds" I'm just trying to put that out there, the
important thing is that you get the proper torque and get the job done
right in my opinion, what you decide to call it is up to you.
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Dans Timing Belt MPEG4 Scene 2.
My water pump leaked leading me to replace the timing belt. I praise the
flying spaghetti monster for blessing me with good weather for this repair.
cylinder leak test how to check for bent valves
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Fuel Filter Dodge Neon
Steps for a 90's style Neon's and the may work with other models like the
PT or Concorde etc.
How to change and item numbers..
How to change your timing belt on your PT Cruiser
This was the second half of it but has the most important half tooth on the
timing shown, first half was just tear down so i cut to the guts of it. The
PT cruiser is known to have a belt hitting noise before the timing belt is
actually due to be changed if you hear the tapping stop and get it replaced
or bye bye valves , this is a interference motor meaning if timing belt
breaks the valves will contact the pistons and major motor damage can or
will occur . Also if your upper motor mount is not broken you will need to
take the a/c line apart to get the bracket past it.
How to check for a jumped timing chain or belt
This video can be used to support Section 1 pages 17-23 in my ebook.
The method of timing verification shown in this video can be used on any
car. Even on old school, non-computer controlled systems. I am also showing
in this video how to properly align the timing chains on a 2003 Suzuki
How to replace your head and head gasket pt. 1
Here is how I changed the head and gasket on my 1992 Mazda B2600i pickup
truck. This was the first time I have ever done a head gasket repair, and I
have to say that most everything went according to plan. It was actually a
lot easier than I anticipated. Total work time was about 14 hours, plus 2
weeks waiting for parts to arrive, that was the hardest part, haha. I am
not especially mechanically trained or inclined, just interested in
mechanics and the way they work, and that has helped me tremendously
through procedures like this. I have found that since I want to learn about
the way these parts connect, disconnect, and cooperate together, I have
been able to do things to my cars and trucks that I never thought I could.
Taking care of your own vehicles is definitely a rewarding activity, for
many reasons. Obviously you save a lot of money, you can rely on yourself
to get your truck running in a jam, and are rarely stranded on the side of
the road for long. Also, with more people doing their own work on their
cars, mechanic services will be devalued, thus making it more affordable
for everyone ($100 per labor hour, can you believe that?!?) Also, there is
definitely a sense of satisfaction which comes from a job well done, being
an interested and capable and competent individual, and helping out your
friends with their problems. I like to learn, I like to be handy and useful
to others, I like to save money, and I like to get dirty, so whenever I can
I wrench on my own trucks and motorcycles.
A special thanks to the fine folks at the Mazdatruckin.com forum for all
the technical articles. Hopefully you all can use this series of videos to
help guide you through a similar procedure, really it is not that hard, and
totally worth it.
head gasket $44
reman head $251
jug oil $12
jug coolant $14
manifold gasket set $14
That is about $1000 less than a mechanic would charge. Be brave, and do it