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Timing belt and pulley performance

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  1. 1. Catalog 457702 2010 SKF Timing Belt Kits
  2. 2. The crankshaft drives the camshaft(s) and actuates the valves via a belt or a chain. Due to its advantages compared with those of a chain, namely reduced space, as well as lighter and quieter running, the timing belt is widely used by many car manufacturers. Belt tensioner unit Idler pulley Water pump pulley Crankshaft Camshaft pulley Timing belt Injection pump pulley In today’s modern automotive engines, there has been a quiet revolution. The need to run more auxiliary equipment such as water pumps or injection pumps, combined with efficiency demands and noise reduction, has caused new timing belt and tensioner systems to be developed. At first, tensioners were of a fixed nature, usually of metal design. They were simple to install: just set tension and tighten. Today, tensioners more likely include an internal spring or external damper, and non-metallic components are becoming more common. This illustration provides an overview of a modern timing belt and tensioner system. Engine-front wheel drive Technical overview
  3. 3. Belt tensioner unit (TBT) with an eccentric adjustment Automatic TBT with a built-in spring and friction system. Timing belt tensioner (TBT) with rear plate Automatic TBT Belt tensioner unit (TBT) The belt tensioner unit sets the right tension and provides guidance for the belt. The adjustment of tension during mounting is achieved by means of an eccentric or by means of a spring acting against a rear plate. The automatic belt tensioner unit, with its built-in spring and friction system, maintains a constant tension of the belt while the engine is running. Main designs currently used are shown here: Idler p The idler Main des Timing Timing b greater e Stable, h Belt te SKF belt of-the-a SKF in th world’s a quality a the SKF Timing Tensile aramid c Material reliability Facing— the tooth frictional
  4. 4. Idler pulley The idler pulley is fixed and allows the belt to be correctly wound around the driven component. Main designs currently used are shown here: Timing belt Timing belts offer numerous advantages over chain and gear drives: greater efficiency, reduced weight, quieter operation and fuel savings. Stable, high tensile strength synthetic cords resist shrinking and stretching. Belt tensioner pulley (TBP) SKF belt tensioner pulleys for timing system are based on state- of-the-art technology. The years of experience accumulated by SKF in the design and supply of belt tensioner pulleys to the world’s automotive manufacturers provides assurance of high quality and performance of each belt tensioner unit included in the SKF product range. Idler pulley Idler pulley with rear plate TBP with a rear plate Timing belt Rubber backing Tensile members Rubber tooth Tooth facing Timing belt construction Tensile cords—High tensile strength fiberglass or aramid cords resist stretching and shrinking. Material—Durability, performance and reliability in tough engine environments. Facing—Wear resistant fabric protects the tooth surface and keeps frictional loss at a minimum.
  5. 5. How to use this catalog 1 This catalog has been divided into three sections: Applications, Information and Reference 1.) Refer to the table of contents for page number of section that is desired. 2.) How to use timing belt kit application section Simply locate Manufacturer (manufacturer's are located in alphabetical order-refer to manufacturers index) and model, locate year and message, locate your application information and once application has been found, find the SKF kit number. (See below) 3.) Included for your information are: Engine drive system-overview, kit contents, installation information and frequently asked questions. 4) For your reference included are: belt specifications, troubleshooting and failure analysis, good practices and helpful hints and a kit reference buyer's guide. Note: Part numbers with WP suffix (ex: TBK221WP) indicate kit contains a premium water pump plus camshaft and timing cover seals along with belt(s), tensioners, idlers and detailed instruction sheets. (See kit product box image below on right side) Part number with P suffix (ex: TBK147P) indicate kit contains camshaft and timing cover seals plus belt(s), tensioners, idlers and detailed instruction sheets. (See kit product box image below on left side) Honda Truck Passport, Ridgeline Engine Timing Belt and Tensioner Kit 2006 Ridgeline w/3.5L Eng.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Water Pump......................t TBK329WP 2002-1998 Passport w/3.2L Eng.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Water Pump......................t TBK303WP 1997-1994 Passport w/3.2L Eng.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Water Pump......................t TBK221WP Engine (Cont.) Timing Belt and Tensioner Kit (Cont.) 1996-1994 Passport w/2.6L Eng.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals..................................... t TBK147P 3 1 1 4 2 3 4 2 t Interference engine for most applications.
  6. 6. 2 Table of contents Applications Manufacturers model index........................................................................................... 22 Passenger car and light truck........................................................................................ 24 Information Engine drive systems.........................................................................................................3 Failure analysis overview................................................................................................ 11 Chrysler application installation information............................................................... 17 Cadillac, Saab and Saturn application installation information................................ 19 Ford & Mercury application installation information.................................................. 20 Abbreviation list............................................................................................................... 21 Kit contents....................................................................................................................... 51 Frequently asked questions............................................................................................ 74 Reference Belt performance and quality........................................................................................ 75 Belt specifications............................................................................................................ 76 Timing belt removal and installation............................................................................ 81 Typical timing belt installation........................................................................................ 82 Troubleshooting and failure analysis for timing belts................................................. 83 Belt life vs correct tension.............................................................................................. 84 Analyzing belt wear and damage.................................................................................. 85 Troubleshooting and failure analysis for all other components................................ 86 Good practices and helpful hints................................................................................... 89 Setting up automatic tensioners: a typical example................................................... 90 Kit reference buyer's guide............................................................................................. 92
  7. 7. 3 Engine drive systems Technology and material changes Many components and systems in the engine depend on the correct functioning of the timing and auxiliary drives. This is also driving the technology and design of these systems, so they can live up to the more demanding criteria required. Timing drive system The controlled operation of this system is dependant on either a chain or a belt. A general drive for design improvement for performance gain, coupled with the pressure to reduce emissions, have seen twin overhead cam, multi-valve engines become commonplace. Timing belt A timing belt is typically rubber with high-tensile fibers (e.g. fiberglass or Kevlar) running the length of the belt. Rubber degrades with higher temperatures and contact with motor oil and antifreeze. Therefore, the life expectancy of a timing belt is lowered in hot or leaky engines. While older belts were of chlorobutadiene rubber material and trapezoidal shape, today’s modern belts are even more specific to particular engine designs, with subtle profile changes to the curvature of the teeth. In addition the improved material means these new designs optimize the power transfer without wear or noise, reaching ever higher lifespans in excess of over 93,000 mi/150 000 km. Timing chains Encased on the front of the engine, this power transmission drive frees up space to give the auxiliary system more space. On average, these chain systems have a longer life span on recent engines. The typical life of a chain is around 74,500 – 155,300 mi/120 000 km – 250 000 km. The disadvantage with chains is that they are noisy in comparison with belts and they lack the capacity to handle modern hp injection systems. In the immediate future (5–10 years), new cars sold with chains fitted on the engine drive system will rise by around 50%. Timing system, belts vs. chains For car manufacturers, engine assembly is all about numbers built – faster. Unfortunately, the time taken for the ABTU and belt on the timing system to be set up correctly, can eat into production time. Chains are easier and faster to install. This fact contributes to the use of chains today. The use of high performance material such as HSN, advanced automatic tensioner units, specialized bearings and pre-set tensioner springs for speedier and easier mounting, adds up to belt systems that reach the life time level of chains, while still offering design flexibility, cost and weight savings, as well as easier maintenance in the aftermarket. This is an advantage when it comes to car manufacturers’ choice. But, for now, chains are still the preferred option. Timing belt system Timing chain system
  8. 8. 4 Engine drive systems Manual timing belt tensioner (MTBT) The original timing assembly process, when mounting onto the engine, was accomplished by manually setting the tensioner by rotating the tensioner unit and locking it permanently at the required tension. This meant that as the engine warmed up to ever higher temperatures, and new designs required different operating characteristics with higher performance, the fixed tension control from the manual BTU was not able to reach the desired performances for extended component life required by the designers. Automatic timing belt tensioner (ATBT) The ATBT promotes longer belt life, by better handling of the engine loads, and is less affected by running temperature variations after correct set up. This is why it has become the norm fitted to today’s belt-driven engines. These tensioner units are made up of many functional sub-components that ensure the correct operation of the automatic tensioner. Key ATBT components: 1. Mounting eccentric: Provides smooth adjustment by rotation to facilitate correct set-up of initial tension. 2. Bushing: Self-lubricating, highly wear-resistant polyamide component. Primary source of damping. Also provides axial alignment and sliding surface. 3. Bearing: Maintenance-free and sealed for life. The component is specifically adapted for the relevant application. 4. Pulley: Metal or polyamide, depending on the application. 5. Hub: Transmits the torque of the spring to the pulley. 6. Spring: Designed to provide optimum belt tension control for engine running. 7. Pivot shaft/plate: Ensures proper placement and angular location on engine block. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. MTBT ATBT MTBT ATBT Belt losing grip Noise generation Belt load, N Engine temperature, °F / °C 250 200 150 100 50 0 32 / 68 / 104 / 140 / 176 / 212 / 248 / 284 / 320 / 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160 MTBT vs ATBT chart
  9. 9. 5 Engine drive systems Variations of ATBT design Even an apparently basic pulley component may need to be used differently when the engineer sets his specification. There are pros and cons when it comes to the optimum choice of materials best suited to a particular engine’s requirements: The polyamide pulley: Positives: • Polyamide is light. • Polyamide retains heat longer than metal. • The clearance of the bearing is not affected by the moulding. Negatives: • Dirt and grit can be embedded in the plastic, risking belt damage. • Moulding process can affect the bearing and grease life. The metal pulley: Positives: • Thermal properties of steel dissipate heat efficiently. • Metal resists abrasion to maintain proper belt alignment. • Metal deflects dirt and grit particles. Negatives: • The assembly can affect the clearance of the bearing causing operation and life issues. • Metal is heavy compared to plastic. Hydraulic automatic timing belt tensioner The hydraulic system design is mainly used on applications with high loads and/or angular vibrations, where a mechanical automatic tensioner cannot provide sufficient damping or tensioner movement. Due to weight and space limitations, the design is limited to a few engine types and is not expected to become as common as the more compact ATBT. The unit can operate with a large range of dynamic belt lengths, unlike the mechanical tensioner, due to the length of stroke of the actuator and the lever design. The damping characteristics from the piston are particularly suitable for large V6/V8 engines (amongst others). Hydraulic automatic timing belt tensioner These units are made up of many functional sub-components that provide the correct operation of the automatic tensioner.
  10. 10. 6 Engine drive systems Aggressive oils The additives used with engine oils have changed in order to cope with increasing temperatures and the extension of oil change intervals. This has led to oils attacking some conventional fluorpolyamide (rubber) materials. PTFE is inert, so the changes to material properties, and hence reduced sealing capability, have been eliminated. Robust design The design of a PTFE seal means that the sealing lip contacts the shaft over a width of 0.079-0.118 in/2–3 mm. This compares with a width of 0.004-0.008 in/ .1–.2 mm for a conventional rubber seal. If there is a small defect in the shaft’s sealing lip, then with a conventional seal, this would probably lead to leakage. With the much wider sealing track of the PTFE, the probability that the same defect will lead to leakage is much reduced. Reduced wear Shaft wear is an important issue. With PTFE, because of the wide contact area, the depth of wear grooves in the shaft is significantly reduced. Shaft contact with rubber seal. Shaft wear conventional rubber materials. Shaft wear with PTFE. Valve stem seal Oil pan drain plug Valve cover seal Rear retainer assembly / Rotostat Static plug Spark plug tube seal Sensor seal Shaft contact with PTFE seal. shaft shaft line contact surface contact
  11. 11. 7 Engine drive systems Cooling system With gasoline most of the energy (about 70%) is converted into heat from the effects of friction and combustion. The cooling system must keep the engine from overheating, obviously, but it should also be efficient, allowing the engine to operate within a tight temperature range to reduce friction. Water pump Water pump requirements, like other components, are becoming more exact and demanding; pump rates, pressures and fluid flow paths contribute to the efficient operating temp of the engine, and provide precise cooling performance. Water pumps have been constantly improved through the years, but due to the aggressive operating environment of the engine, a water pump replacement will most likely be performed sometime during the life of a motor vehicle. Today, they are very often an integral part of the timing drive system. Timing belt kit, including water pump. Here is a popular VAG engine timing layout where, typically the water pump is an integral part.
  12. 12. 8 Engine drive systems Auxiliary drive system The role of this particular drive system is growing in importance every day, as modern cars cover more demanding consumer requirements; comfort, electronic devices, fuel efficiency, etc. PAS (power assisted steering) and AC (air conditioning), once costly options are now standard on a wide range of cars. The aftermarket for multi-V belt idler and tensioner units has seen a steady rise as a result of this technology being implemented. The auxiliary drive system will continue to grow in importance for the modern car in the coming years. Multi-V belt The multi-V drive belt has become standard on new applications since the late 90’s. The design covers the need to drive multiple accessories from one belt around a compact area. The belt therefore needs to be flexible to offer tight wraps and return the belt on small radius pulleys, but also to be able to handle the higher tension needed to “grip” the functioning components without slippage. Reliability and endurance should similarly match the timing system on the engine. The multi-V belt operates in tough environments, sometimes low down on the car and often exposed to dirt, water and oil, and with more utilities added to the car, the strain on the belt increases. Other arrangements may see the system operate high up in a compact area where higher temperatures will affect the belt. Newer materials, such as EPDM, are common on the belts offering superior performance features. Even though the multi-V belt profile (pk) has become a recognized standard, there is no standard belt for the application. For every engine model there can be more than a handful of different auxiliary drive belt arrangements (different span lengths), depending on the type of equipment fitted. This span length is very important, down to the last millimeter for optimum operation. A typical timing or multi-V belt will, in its lifetime, travel a distance equal to one lap around the world, where the teeth of the timing belt takes as many “bites” as there are people in the world. When the lap is completed, and sometimes sooner, as people today travel longer distances more quickly, the belt and bearing components need to be replaced.
  13. 13. 9 Engine drive systems Accessory belt idler pulley (ABIP) Idler Idlers can be found in varied positions on the engine timing system, each with specific loading and performance conditions. Today’s engineers are trying to find ways to increase the life span of the idler to reach a target of 124,300 mi/>200 000 km (with the eventual aim of it having the same life span as the engine). They need to withstand the higher operating conditions through component design evolution. For example, a significant area of improvement is bearing sealing and greases. Finally more polyamide pulleys fitted results in overall weight gain for the designers. Engine seal Engine sealing arrangements have advanced dramatically over the last few years. Although hidden from view, modern sealing techniques, such as moulded-in-place permanent gasket solutions, have delivered significant improvements in achieving oil-tight assemblies for the effective life of an engine. Dynamic sealing, for crankshafts and camshafts, is now receiving similar design and material attention. Traditional elastomeric lip seals are today being replaced by PTFE (PolyTetraFluoroEthylene) thin film seals. They offer extended sealing life and a far greater level of protection from chemical attacks. This is a particular problem with diesel engines and some of the more exotic synthetic based oils. However, these provide the extended service intervals demanded in the market-place. The idler pulley allows the belt to be correctly wound (providing optimum wrap angle) around the driven components, while also reducing the free belt length, which, if not accurately calculated into the design build, could cause excess vibrations and noise. Polyamide idler, with single row bearing (Fiat). Traditional engine shaft seal design Modern engine shaft seal designs - PTFE: 1. Sealing lip (varied material) 2. Metal or rubber casing 3. Contact spring Standard PTFE-seal with elastomeric or felt dust lip. 4th Generation PTFE-seal with improved durability and “easy-assembly”. Unitized PTFE-seal for heavy contamination. Idler slack span tight span engine rotation Metal idler, with double row bearings (VW). 1. 2. 3.
  14. 14. 10 Engine drive systems Automatic accessory belt tensioner unit (AABT) In the auxiliary drive, the control tension can be provided by an hydraulic piston damping solution. This is a mechanical belt tensioning device based on spring and damping components to provide the running tension required for the belt. Due to the materials used, high and consistent damping values, irrespective of temperature and frequency, as well as minimal running-in effects, can be achieved. It is usually very easy to set up this unit for assembly for engine build for manufacturers and also for maintenance. It is normally bolted on and pin-released. The tension is, of course, optimized based on specific belt and components fitted into the system. Future trends One direction being pursued to lower fuel consumption is the new technology called “stop/start” based on a combined starter/alternator and electronics. When the car is moving around town, for example, below 30 mi/hr/50 km/hr, or if it stops a traffic jam, the engine is automatically shut down and electric motors powered from battery could drive the vehicle. When speed increases to a suitable level or the car needs to accelerate, the normal combustion engine is restarted automatically via the auxiliary drive system. So, in effect, this system is restarted via the combined alternator/ starter. Power steering may move away from auxiliary drive systems in the future, due to an electrical conversion of the function. AABT
  15. 15. Failure analysis overview 11 90% of engine running faults are caused by basic problems, many of which can be prevented by correct mounting and maintenance. This chapter will cover some of the most common drive system failures and how to prevent them from happening. Engine Today, the timing cycle of the engine is more crucial than ever. Almost every new engine is the “interference” type, with the valves and pistons in close proximity. A broken or “tooth-jumped” timing belt can cause the piston to crash into an open valve, resulting in bent valves, broken pistons, and serious engine damage. Even though the older “non-interference” engines with timing belt problems may not sustain the same type of damage as “interference” engines, the driver will still be stranded with a dead engine beside the road. Timing drive system Engine oil seal Common failures: 1. Heat builds up (poor lubrication). 2. Stress due to out of round shaft (worn crankshaft/ camshaft). These conditions will eventually cause the seal to fail, with leakage and/or ingress of particles into the oil as a result. - Don’t let this happen to your customers! An example of engine damage caused by timing component failure or tooth jump. Here you can see oil on the tensioner. A leaking oil pump or damaged engine seals will cause the tensioner to fail. 1. Heat builds up 2. Stress due to out of round shaft
  16. 16. Failure analysis overview 12 Timing belt The material in the belt is sensitive to bending (crimping) more than its maximum natural curve, and should therefore be treated gently. Common failure causes: 1. Incorrect tension. 2. Misalignment. 3. Foreign object in the drive system (oil, cooling liquid, water, stone, etc). 4. Contamination or uneven surface between the tensioner mounting plate and the engine block. 5. Tensioner/Idler failure. 6. Worn crankshaft or camshaft dampers. Engine type Depending on the design of the engine, the piston and valve paths may “interfere” with one another, and incorrect timing in their movements may result in the piston and valves colliding. (Such designs are also called “interference head” or “interference engines”. Conversely, non-interfering engines are called “free- wheeling” or “non-interference” engines.) You can see on the tensioner that the surface has been colored blue/ brown from the heat. On the belt you see traces of wear in the middle. This indicates that the tension is too high, i.e. bad mounting. 1. Incorrect tension 2. Misalignment (incorrect centering of the belt) The edge of the belt has been worn down to almost half its size. On the tensioner, you can see clear marks indicating a misaligned belt. You can see on the belt pictures, showing both sides, that a foreign object, or perhaps a damaged tooth on the pulley, have made marks in the belt that eventually cracked. If the belt has been contaminated with oil or water, you will see this by the glazing on the belt. You may feel it, as the belt will be soft and the rubber coming away from the construction. 4. Contamination on the belt 3. Foreign object in the timing drive system
  17. 17. Failure analysis overview 13 Tensioner and idlers A common reason for bearings to fail early, is the tension being too high or when there is load misalignment outside the set parameter for that bearing design. Wrong belt centering will cause the bearing to run off line due to an increased radial load. See picture to the right. Load forces are only one of the key factors that need to be calculated in the design phase of the tensioner. The International Standards Organisation (ISO) has adopted the SKF Life Theory in ISO 281 to calculate bearing life. Always use the correct equipment to set the belt tension when a TBT is changed. Check car manufacturers’ specifications for correct tension value. Common failure causes: 1. Bad mounting. The component has been damaged when mounting or adjusting the tension. 2. Wrong torque. The mounting bolts have not been tightened to the car manufacturers’ specification. 3. Leaking oils/fuels will cause plastic damage (softening/cracking). 4. The engine is not at the ambient temperature when the components are mounted and set up. 5. Mounting of tensioners/idlers onto uneven or contaminated surfaces on the engine block. 6. The timing cover may be damaged and foreign objects can enter the timing system. 7. If the idler or tensioner is dropped, even if the external damage does not seem important, internal components (balls, cage, etc.) can be weakened or damaged. Radial load, Fr Axial load, Fa Combined load The tensioner has been blocked, stopping correct rotation, caused by damage to the tensioner during tension set-up and initiated from incorrect mounting onto the engine block. The indicator arm has been hammering on its end stop. The mark from the mounting bolt around the mounting hole is clearly visable. It has weakend the bolt and loosened the tensioner. You can see friction marks and corrosion on the back of the tensioner. This is caused by the tensioner running loose and has turned during the engine running. 1. Bad mounting 2. Wrong torque 5. Mounting problem
  18. 18. Failure analysis overview 14 Troubleshooting the ATBT set-up: 1. The mounting bolt is not correctly torqued (to car manufacturer recommendations). If it is not tightened, the tensioner will gradually loosen under running, and the indicator arm may come into contact with the end stop. The engine begins to run rough as the timing is affected, before failing. 2. Incorrect mounting (location pegs or holes are not correctly located). 3. Correct set-up is not possible for proper running of the engine. Check for correct back plate locating point; some engines can indicate incorrect alternatives causing visual error. 4. Unevenness between the mounted tensioner plate and the engine block can cause incorrect tension/ belt run out or even block bearing rotation. Check for debris or possible fouling points on mounting. 5. The indicator arm is not set to the correct tension position. You need to turn the engine twice to reconfirm a correct position. If it is not in the advised position, remount and perform the set up process again. Don’t take the risk, play it safe and be sure. Hydraulic tensioner Apart from the traditional weaknesses on the tensioner pulley component, the actuator part can be affected by wear and premature failure. Common failure causes: 1. An oil leakage through the seal. Even the smallest leak in the actuator through time will cause gradual loss of damping effect and possible belt damage (ripped teeth from poor tension may be found). 2. Failure in the spring or valves will lead to system failure, and probably engine damage, very quickly. To maintain correct function, this damping control unit should be changed at the same period as the timing belt and pulleys (around 70,000 mi/around 110 000 km). The indicator arm on the ATBT is broken. 1. Wrong torque 1. Oil leak through the seal of the hydraulic tensioner
  19. 19. Failure analysis overview 15 Water pumps Although modern coolant pumps are maintenance-free for a number of years, they are not fault-free and some problems do occur: A water pump leak can be due to: 1. Damaged water pump seal due to incorrect mounting. 2. The use of excessive or wrong sealant type with gaskets or O-rings. This can lead to early leakage or even incorrect mounting angle when tightened. This leads to incorrect centering of the belt. Here, you can see rubber residue on the idler and the coating around/under the O-ring. 3. A badly corroded water pump, whose lifespan has expired. This pump was not changed in time during the timing system maintenance. A severe leakage of coolant past the mechanical seal and out of the drain vent, washed the grease from the bearing spindle and this lead to the failure/breakdown. 4. Abrasive particles originating from metal corrosion/ erosion are carried around by the circulating coolant and score the seal contact faces. 5. Worn spindle bearings allow shaft misalignment to occur between the seal contact faces. The water pump may be inefficient due to: 1. Metal corrosion/erosion gradually destroying the form of the impeller vanes. 2. Excessive end float of the impeller spindle in its bearing increasing the working clearance between the impeller vanes and the pumping chamber. 3. Internal engine condition and component life is highly dependant on good coolant, which prevents the build-up of corrosive and/or calcareous materials that are harmful to a water pumps’ components. A thorough flush through and complete refill with approved coolant type for the engine is recommended to ensure maximum life from a new water pump. 1. Incorrect mounting 2. Excessive sealant 3. Life-span expired
  20. 20. Failure analysis overview 16 If you hear noise coming from the water pump, it could be for one of the following reasons: 1. Wear in the impeller spindle shaft bearing assembly due to foreign particles through grease loss. 2. Airlocks, due to an improperly purged cooling system. 3. Bad coolant forms coating on mechanical seal giving rise to noise. Auxiliary drive system Multi-V belt Common causes of failure: 1. Damage to the timing system, causing an engine breakdown. 2. Overheating, if it is water pump driven. 3. Loss of power steering. 4. Dead battery, i.e. non-operational alternator. 5. In the long term the stop/start mechanism will not function, thus the car will not function if the belt breaks when the car is in the stop mode. Damage from other components can also be the cause of the system failure – mounting brackets, damper units, and injection/water pumps. Tensioner and idler Common failures often follow similar patterns to the timing system tensioners and idlers. However, the metal parts are more prone to corrosion and material debris due to their low position on the engine in relation to the road. Any damaged covers will allow this material to enter. 3. Wrong/bad coolant 1. Damage to the timing system The driver of a car with a broken multi-V belt could be left with a non-functioning alternator, loss of power steering or, in the worst case, even a belt that has entered the timing system resulting in engine breakdown. Loss of power steering. Tensioner bracket and shaft has become misaligned due to heavy belt load. Note: For more detailed information on troubleshooting and failure analysis see pages 86 thru 88.
  21. 21. 17 SKF Timing kits Application installation information—Chrysler TBK245WP, TBK245AWP & TBK245BWP Chrysler 2.0L SOHC—Timing drive tensioner troubleshooting The 2.0L Chrysler engine has gone through several timing belt tensioner design changes since its introduction in 1996 through 2005. Three different timing belt tensioners were used between 1995 and 2005, and tensioner TBT55016 is considered the recommended replacement assembly for all three. Not included in any TBK kit, the TBT55016 is only available separately to ensure proper replacement. First design The 2.0L engine was originally produced with the hydraulic timing belt tensioner assembly TBT55008. The complete assembly is not sold in kits. The complete assembly TBT55008 is available separately if needed. The pulley used with this design can be serviced with pulley part number TBT51001, the pulley bearing is included in TBK245WP. TBT51003 has the TBT51001 bearing, with hydraulic tensioner bracket attached. TBT51003 is included with kit TBK245BWP. TBK245WP, TBK245AWP or TBK245BWP all include a W1201300 water pump. Note: Previous timing belt replacement(s) may have utilized the TBT55016 design. Check components on vehicle to make sure the correct kit is selected. Second design The second timing belt tensioner design is no longer available. The recommended replacement is tensioner TBT51006 which is available in kit TBK245AWP or to retrofit the complete assembly. TBT55016 is available separately if needed. Third design Tensioner TBT55016 is a direct replacement for this design. The tensioner without the bracket is available as part number TBT51006. This tensioner (without bracket) is included in TBK245AWP which also includes a W1201300 water pump. TBT55016 is available separately if needed. TBT51001 TBT51003 Second design w/steel bracket TBT51006 Third design—TBT55016 w/aluminum bracket First design—TBT55008 assembly w/TBT51003 mounted
  22. 22. 18 SKF Timing kits Application installation information—Chrysler TBK265WP, TBK265AWP & TBK265BWP Chrysler 2.4L DOHC—Timing drive TBK265AWP - Idler (TBP51007) and Tensioner (TBT51016) Fits Chrysler 2003 and newer vehicles, but can be retrofitted on older vehicles with some modification of the inner timing cover. TBT51016 is a complete assembly with TBT51006 mounted on bracket. TBK265WP - Idler (TBP51007) and Tensioner (TBT51006) Fits Chrysler 2003 and newer vehicles. 2002 and older vehicles will require modification of the inner cover if the complete assembly TBT51016 is to be installed. TBK265BWP - Idler (TBP51007) and Tensioner (TBT51004) Replaces original equipment on 2002 and older vehicles. Note: Previous timing belt replacement(s) on 2002 and older vehicles may have utilized the TBT51016 design. Check components on vehicle to make sure the correct kit is selected. TBP51007 TBP51007 TBP51007 2003 and newer inner timing cover 2002 and older inner timing cover TBT51016 assembly w/ TBT51006 mounted TBT51006 TBT51004
  23. 23. SKF Timing kits Application installation information—Cadillac, Saab, Saturn 19 TBK285P, TBK285AP & TBK285BP Cadillac, Saab, Saturn V-B 3.0L All three makes with V-6 3.0L utilize the same lower idler (TBT25500). Note: Verification of the tensioner/idler bracket on the vehicle is recommended prior to selecting a TBK as designs changed in mid-model years 1999 and 2002. Original design utilized a fixed lower idler which is no longer available. TBT25500 is available and is an adjustable idler. Note: TBT25500 must be adjusted properly to prevent the belt from “tracking off the drive”. Validate the spacer thickness before reinstalling TBT25500 to ensure proper distance from engine block is maintained. If spacer is damaged, do not substitute, obtain correct spacer from OEM manufacturer. Spacer is not provided in kit to ensure you re-use old, undamaged spacer or replace spacer with correct thickness from the OEM manufacturer. TBK285P—Includes seal and TBT15500 assembly. This assembly is set at the factory. Avoid loosening the adjusters prior to reading full set of instructions included in kit to prevent belt mis-alignment. Adjust belt with TBT25500. 1999 (Early)..........................................Cadillac Catera 3.0L 1998-97................................................Cadillac Catera 3.0L 1997-95................................................Saab 9000 3.0L 1999 (Early)..........................................Saab 9-5 3.0L TBK285AP—Includes seals and TBT55002 assembly. This assembly is set at the factory. Avoid loosening the adjusters prior to reading full set of instructions included in kit to prevent belt mis-alignment. Adjust belt with TBT25500. 2001-00...............................................Cadillac Catera 3.0L 1999 (Late)...........................................Cadillac Catera 3.0L 2002 (578511 & before)....................Saturn L-Series 3.0L 2001-00...............................................Saturn L-Series 3.0L TBK285BP—Includes seals and TBT55001 assembly. This assembly is set at the factory, avoid loosening the adjusters prior to reading full set of instructions included in kit to prevent belt mis-alignment. Adjust belt with TBT25500. 2003-00................................................Saab 9-5 3.0L 1999 (Late)............................................Saab 9-5 3.0L 2005-03................................................Saturn L-Series 3.0L 2002 (578512 and after)....................Saturn L-Series 3.0L 2003-02................................................Saturn Vue 3.0L TBT25500 Front TBT25500 Back
  24. 24. SKF Timing kits Application installation information—Ford & Mercury 20 TBK294WP, TBK294AWP & TBK294BWP Ford & Mercury 2.0L engines All of these kits fit 2.0L Ford engines. Note: the timing belt drives on these engines are very sensitive to belt tension. If the tensioner is not adjusted correctly the belt will lose tension and walk off the drive. This may damage the belt and possibly damage other engine components. Special installation instructions for TBK294WP, TBK294AWP & TBK294BWP • Proper installation and belt tension is critical to insure the belt does not track off the drive. • Ford Contours, Mercury Cougars and Mystiques built after 3/28/99 must use TBK294AWP. Ford Contours, Mercury Cougars and Mystiques built before 3/28/99 use TBK294WP. Confirm idler pulley diameter is correct before opening kit. (Not required for TBK294BWP) • Ford Escorts built after 2/9/99 must use TBK294AWP, and those built prior to 2/9/99 should use TBK294WP. Confirm idler pulley diameter is correct before opening kit. (Not required for TBK294BWP) • Tensioner mounting bolt must be installed with proper torque. • Base plate tab on automatic tensioner must be inserted in hook up slot. • Tensioner adjustments should be made in a counterclockwise direction only. After installation is complete, with the top timing belt cover removed, start the vehicle, and from a safe distance observe the timing belt. Belt should be tracking straight and consistent over the camshaft sprockets. Shut off vehicle and check tensioner for proper adjustment. Installation instructions for tensioning must be followed completely. Camshafts must be secured with cam sprockets free to rotate on shafts prior to adjusting the tensioner. Repeat this procedure until proper tensioner adjustment is achieved. Improper tension will cause the belt to track off the pulley. Do not attempt to adjust tension while the engine is running. TBK294WP The upper idler (TBP64004) in TBK294WP has an outside diameter of 70 mm / 2.756 in. (w/DOHC) TBK294AWP The upper idler (TBP64005) in TBK294AWP has an outside diameter of 60 mm / 2.362 in. (w/DOHC) TBK294BWP TBK294BWP uses the same upper idler as TBK294AWP and does NOT have a lower idler pulley. (w/DOHC)
  25. 25. ABS.............Anti-Lock Brake System A/C..............Air Conditioning Acsry...........Accessory Adj...............Adjustable Alt................Alternator Amp............Ampere Assy.............Assembly Auto............Automatic Aux..............Auxiliary A.W.D..........All Wheel Drive Bbl...............Barrel Brckt...........Bracket Brg(s)..........Bearings Brk(s)..........Brakes Carb............Carburetor Cat...............Caterpillar cc.................Cubic Centimeter CFI...............Central Fuel Injection Chas............Chassis Chev............Chevy Comm.........Commercial Comp..........Compressor Ctr...............Counter Cu. In...........Cubic Inch Cvr...............Cover Cyl...............Cylinder Del...............Delivery Dia...............Diameter Diff..............Differential DOHC..........Dual Overhead Cam D.S.O...........Domestic Special Order EFI...............Electronic Fuel Injection Eng(s)..........Engine(s) Exc..............Except Ext...............Extension F.C...............Forward Control Flg(d)...........Flange Frt...............Front F.W.D...........Front Wheel Drive Gen..............Generator Pkg..............Package P/C...............Police Car Pwr.............Power Rev..............Reverse R.H..............Right Hand Rr................Rear R.W.D..........Rear Wheel Drive SC................Supercharged Sed..............Sedan SEFI............Sequential Multi-port Fuel Injection Ser..............Serial Number Sh................Shaft SOHC..........Single Overhead Cam Spdl.............Spindle Spd..............Speed Specs..........Specifications Sta...............Station Std...............Standard Strg.............Steering T/C...............Turbo Charger Tens............Tensioner THM............Turbo Hydramatic Trans...........Transmission Trk...............Truck Turbo...........Turbocharged Vin...............Vehicle Identification Number VV................Variable Venturi w/................With w/o..............Without W.B.............Wheel Base Wgn............Wagon Whl(s).........Wheel(s) 1st...............First 2nd..............Second 2 W/D.........Two Wheel Drive 4 W/D.........Four Wheel Drive 2 W/S..........2 Wheel Steering 4 W/S..........4 Wheel Steering Gr................Gear G.V.W..........Gross Vehicle Weight H.D..............Heavy Duty Hi-Perf.......High Performance Hi-Temp.....High Temperature HO...............High Output H.P...............Horsepower HSC.............High Swirl Combustion Hsg(s).........Housing(s) Hyd..............Hydraulic I/C................Intercooler I.D................Inside Diameter Incl..............Includes Inj................Injection Inn...............Inner lb(s).............Pounds L..................Litre LD................Light Duty L.H..............Left Hand Limo............Limousine LP................Limited Production LPG.............Propane Fueled Lt.................Light Man.............Manual Mech...........Mechanical Med.............Medium MFI..............Multi-port Fuel Injection Mfr..............Manufacturer mm.............Millimeter M.H.C..........Motor Home Chassis Mtg..............Mounting N. Asp.........Naturally Aspirated No(s)...........Number(s) NP...............New Process NPG.............New Process Gear O.D..............Outside Diameter O/D..............Overdrive O.H.C...........Overhead Cam OHV.............Overhead Valve Pass.............Passenger 21 Abbreviation list
  26. 26. 22 Manufacturer to model index Manufacturer and model Page Manufacturer and model Page Manufacturer and model Page ACURA ............................................................. 24 2.2CL............................................................. 24 2.3CL............................................................. 24 2.5TL............................................................. 24 3.0CL............................................................. 24 3.2CL............................................................. 24 3.2TL............................................................. 24 3.5RL............................................................. 24 Integra........................................................... 24 Legend.......................................................... 24 RL................................................................... 24 TL................................................................... 24 Vigor.............................................................. 24 ACURA CUV .................................................... 24 MDX............................................................... 24 SLX................................................................ 24 AMERICAN MOTORS .................................... 24 Concord......................................................... 24 Gremlin......................................................... 24 Spirit.............................................................. 24 AUDI ................................................................ 24 100................................................................ 24 200................................................................ 24 4000.............................................................. 25 4000S........................................................... 25 80.................................................................. 24 90.................................................................. 24 A3.................................................................. 24 A4.................................................................. 24 A6.................................................................. 24 A8.................................................................. 24 Cabriolet........................................................ 24 Fox................................................................. 25 RS6................................................................ 24 S6.................................................................. 24 S8.................................................................. 24 BMW ............................................................... 25 325i............................................................... 25 325ic............................................................. 25 325iS............................................................. 25 325iX............................................................. 25 525i............................................................... 25 BUICK (FWD) ................................................. 25 Skyhawk (from 1982)................................. 25 CADILLAC (RWD) .......................................... 25 Catera............................................................ 25 CHEVROLET (FWD) ...................................... 25 Aveo............................................................... 25 Aveo5............................................................ 25 Lumina.......................................................... 25 Metro (from 1998)...................................... 26 Monte Carlo.................................................. 25 Nova (1988-85).......................................... 26 Spectrum...................................................... 26 CHEVROLET TRUCK ..................................... 26 Tracker (from 1998).................................... 26 CHRYSLER (FWD) ........................................ 26 300M............................................................. 26 Cirrus............................................................. 26 Concorde....................................................... 26 E Class/New Yorker (1993-83).................. 27 Grand Voyager (from 2000)....................... 27 Laser (thru 1986)........................................ 27 Le Baron (from 1982)................................. 27 LHS................................................................ 26 New Yorker (from 1994)............................. 26 PT Cruiser..................................................... 27 Sebring.......................................................... 27 Town & Country........................................... 27 Voyager (from 2001)................................... 27 CHRYSLER CUV ............................................. 28 Pacifica.......................................................... 28 CHRYSLER (Canadian models) ................ 27 Daytona......................................................... 27 Dynasty......................................................... 27 DAIHATSU ...................................................... 28 Charade......................................................... 28 DODGE PASSENGER (FWD) ....................... 28 024................................................................ 29 400................................................................ 28 600................................................................ 28 Aries.............................................................. 28 Avenger......................................................... 28 Caravan......................................................... 30 Charger (from 1983)................................... 29 Colt................................................................. 28 Colt Vista Wagon (thru 1991).................... 28 Daytona......................................................... 28 Dynasty......................................................... 28 Grand Caravan............................................. 30 Intrepid.......................................................... 29 Lancer (from 1985)..................................... 28 Mini Ram Van............................................... 30 Neon.............................................................. 29 Omni.............................................................. 29 Shadow......................................................... 28 Spirit.............................................................. 28 Stealth........................................................... 29 Stratus.......................................................... 29 DODGE (Canadian models) ........................ 30 2000 GTX..................................................... 30 Colt................................................................. 30 DODGE TRUCK .............................................. 30 Dakota........................................................... 30 Raider............................................................ 30 Ram 50......................................................... 30 EAGLE ............................................................. 30 Summit......................................................... 30 Talon.............................................................. 31 Vision............................................................. 31 EAGLE (Canadian models) ......................... 31 2000 GTX..................................................... 31 Vista............................................................... 31 FORD (FWD) .................................................. 31 Aspire............................................................ 31 Contour......................................................... 31 Escort............................................................ 32 EXP................................................................ 32 Festiva........................................................... 31 Fiesta............................................................. 32 Focus............................................................. 32 Probe............................................................. 32 Taurus........................................................... 32 ZX2................................................................ 32 FORD (RWD) .................................................. 33 Fairmont....................................................... 33 Granada........................................................ 33 LTD (from 1983).......................................... 33 Mustang........................................................ 33 Mustang II..................................................... 33 Pinto.............................................................. 33 Thunderbird................................................. 33 FORD CUV ...................................................... 33 Escape........................................................... 33 FORD TRUCK ................................................. 33 Courier.......................................................... 34 Ranger........................................................... 33 GEO .................................................................. 34 Metro (thru 1997)....................................... 34 Prizm (thru 1997)....................................... 34 GEO—(Cont.) Storm............................................................ 34 Tracker (thru 1997)..................................... 34 HONDA ............................................................ 34 Accord............................................................ 34 Civic............................................................... 34 CRX................................................................ 34 Del Sol........................................................... 34 Odyssey......................................................... 34 Prelude.......................................................... 34 HONDA CUV ................................................... 35 CR-V.............................................................. 35 Pilot................................................................ 35 HONDA HYBRID ............................................ 35 Accord............................................................ 35 HONDA TRUCK .............................................. 35 Passport........................................................ 35 Ridgeline....................................................... 35 HYUNDAI ........................................................ 35 Accent............................................................ 35 Elantra........................................................... 35 Excel.............................................................. 35 Scoupe.......................................................... 35 Sonata........................................................... 35 Tiburon.......................................................... 35 XG300........................................................... 35 XG350........................................................... 35 HYUNDAI CUV ............................................... 36 Sante Fe........................................................ 36 Tucson........................................................... 36 INFINITI (RWD) ............................................. 36 J30................................................................. 36 M30............................................................... 36 INFINITI TRUCK ............................................ 36 QX4................................................................ 36 ISUZU .............................................................. 36 I-Mark........................................................... 36 Stylus............................................................. 36 ISUZU TRUCK ................................................ 37 Amigo............................................................ 37 Axiom............................................................ 37 Oasis.............................................................. 37 Pickup............................................................ 37 Rodeo............................................................ 37 Trooper.......................................................... 37 Trooper II....................................................... 37 Vehicross....................................................... 37 JEEP ................................................................ 37 Liberty........................................................... 37 Wrangler....................................................... 37 KIA ................................................................... 37 Amanti........................................................... 37 Magentis....................................................... 37 Optima.......................................................... 37 Rio.................................................................. 37 Sedona.......................................................... 37 Sephia........................................................... 37 Sorento......................................................... 37 Spectra.......................................................... 37 KIA CUV .......................................................... 37 Sportage (from 2005)................................ 37 KIA TRUCK ..................................................... 38 Sportage (thru 2002)................................. 38 LEXUS (FWD) ................................................ 38 ES250........................................................... 38 ES300........................................................... 38 ES330........................................................... 38 LEXUS (RWD) ................................................ 38 GS300........................................................... 38 GS400........................................................... 38
  27. 27. 23 Manufacturer to model index Manufacturer and model Page Manufacturer and model Page Manufacturer and model Page LEXUS (RWD)—(Cont.) GS430........................................................... 38 IS300............................................................. 38 LS400........................................................... 38 LS430........................................................... 38 SC300........................................................... 38 SC400........................................................... 38 SC430........................................................... 38 LEXUS CUV .................................................... 38 RX300........................................................... 38 RX330........................................................... 38 LEXUS HYBRID ............................................. 38 RX400h......................................................... 38 LEXUS TRUCK ............................................... 39 GX470........................................................... 39 LX470........................................................... 39 MAZDA (FWD) ............................................... 39 323................................................................ 39 626................................................................ 39 Millenia.......................................................... 39 MX-3............................................................. 39 MX-6............................................................. 39 Protege.......................................................... 39 MAZDA (RWD) ............................................... 39 929................................................................ 39 MX-5 Miata.................................................. 39 MAZDA CUV ................................................... 39 Tribute........................................................... 39 MAZDA MPV .................................................. 39 MAZDA TRUCK .............................................. 40 B2000........................................................... 40 B2200........................................................... 40 B2300........................................................... 40 B2500........................................................... 40 MERCURY (FWD) .......................................... 40 Capri (from 1991)....................................... 40 Cougar (from 1999).................................... 40 LN-7.............................................................. 40 Lynx............................................................... 40 Mystique....................................................... 40 Tracer............................................................ 40 Villager.......................................................... 41 MERCURY (RWD) .......................................... 41 Bobcat........................................................... 41 Capri (thru 1986)........................................ 41 Cougar........................................................... 41 Marquis (from 1983).................................. 41 Zephyr........................................................... 41 MERKUR ......................................................... 41 XR4Ti............................................................. 41 MITSUBISHI (FWD) ...................................... 42 3000GT......................................................... 42 Cordia............................................................ 42 Diamante...................................................... 42 Eclipse........................................................... 42 Galant............................................................ 42 Lancer........................................................... 42 Mirage........................................................... 42 Precis............................................................. 42 Sigma............................................................ 42 Tredia............................................................. 42 MITSUBISHI CUV .......................................... 42 Outlander...................................................... 42 MITSUBISHI EXPO ....................................... 42 MITSUBISHI EXPO-LRV .............................. 42 MITSUBISHI TRUCK .................................... 43 Montero........................................................ 43 Montero Sport.............................................. 43 Pickup............................................................ 43 NISSAN PASSENGER (FWD) ...................... 43 310................................................................ 43 Maxima......................................................... 43 Pulsar............................................................ 43 Sentra........................................................... 43 Stanza........................................................... 43 NISSAN PASSENGER (RWD) ...................... 43 200SX........................................................... 43 300ZX........................................................... 43 NISSAN QUEST ............................................. 43 NISSAN (Canadian models) ....................... 44 Multi Wagon................................................. 44 NISSAN TRUCK ............................................. 44 Frontier......................................................... 44 Pathfinder..................................................... 44 Pickup............................................................ 44 Xterra............................................................ 44 OLDSMOBILE (FWD) ................................... 44 Cutlass Supreme.......................................... 44 Firenza.......................................................... 44 PLYMOUTH (FWD) ....................................... 44 Acclaim.......................................................... 44 Breeze........................................................... 44 Caravelle (from 1985)................................. 44 Champ........................................................... 45 Colt Vista (from 1992)................................ 45 Grand Voyager (2000-1984)..................... 45 Horizon.......................................................... 44 Laser (from 1990)....................................... 45 Neon.............................................................. 45 Reliant........................................................... 44 Sundance...................................................... 44 TC3................................................................ 44 Turismo......................................................... 44 Voyager (2000-1984)................................ 45 Voyager (from 2001)(see Chrysler)........... 27 PONTIAC (FWD) ............................................ 45 Grand Am...................................................... 45 Grand Prix..................................................... 45 J2000............................................................ 45 LeMans (from 1988)................................... 46 Sunbird (from 1982)................................... 45 PONTIAC (Canadian models) ..................... 46 Firefly............................................................. 46 Wave.............................................................. 46 PORCHE .......................................................... 46 924................................................................ 46 SAAB ............................................................... 47 9000.............................................................. 47 SATURN .......................................................... 47 L Series......................................................... 47 LW.................................................................. 47 SATURN CUV.................................................. 47 Vue................................................................. 47 STERLING ...................................................... 47 825 Series.................................................... 47 827 Series.................................................... 47 SUBARU .......................................................... 47 DL.................................................................. 47 GL.................................................................. 47 GL-10............................................................ 47 Impreza......................................................... 47 Justy.............................................................. 47 Legacy........................................................... 47 Loyale............................................................ 47 RX.................................................................. 47 XT................................................................... 47 SUBARU CUV ................................................. 47 Forester......................................................... 47 SUZUKI ........................................................... 48 Esteem.......................................................... 48 Samurai........................................................ 48 Sidekick......................................................... 48 Swift.............................................................. 48 Vitara............................................................. 48 X90................................................................ 48 TOYOTA PASSENGER (FWD) ...................... 48 Avalon............................................................ 48 Camry............................................................ 48 Celica (from 1986)....................................... 48 Corolla........................................................... 48 Paseo............................................................. 48 Solara............................................................ 48 Tercel............................................................. 48 TOYOTA PASSENGER (RWD) ..................... 48 Cressida......................................................... 48 MR2............................................................... 48 Supra............................................................. 48 TOYOTA CUV .................................................. 49 Highlander.................................................... 49 RAV4.............................................................. 49 TOYOTA SIENNA ........................................... 49 TOYOTA TRUCK ............................................. 49 4Runner........................................................ 49 Pickup............................................................ 49 Tacoma.......................................................... 49 Tundra........................................................... 49 VOLKSWAGEN ............................................... 49 Beetle............................................................ 49 Corrado......................................................... 49 Dasher........................................................... 49 Eos................................................................. 49 Fox................................................................. 49 GLI................................................................. 49 Golf................................................................ 49 GTI................................................................. 49 Jetta............................................................... 49 Passat............................................................ 49 Phaeton......................................................... 49 Rabbit............................................................ 49 Rabbit Pickup............................................... 49 Scirocco......................................................... 49 Vanagon........................................................ 49 VOLKSWAGEN CUV ...................................... 50 Touareg......................................................... 50 VOLVO ............................................................. 50 240 Series.................................................... 50 740 Series.................................................... 50 760 Series.................................................... 50 780 Series.................................................... 50 850 Series.................................................... 50 940 Series.................................................... 50 960 Series.................................................... 50 C70................................................................ 50 DL.................................................................. 50 GL.................................................................. 50 GLT................................................................. 50 S40................................................................ 50 S60................................................................ 50 S70................................................................ 50 S80................................................................ 50 S90................................................................ 50 V40................................................................ 50 V70................................................................ 50 V90................................................................ 50 VOLVO CUV .................................................... 50 XC70.............................................................. 50 XC90.............................................................. 50
  28. 28. Passenger cars, light & medium trucks Acura Integra, Legend, RL, TL, Vigor, 2.2CL, 2.3CL, 2.5TL, 3.0CL, 3.2CL, 3.2TL, 3.5RL MFG./YEAR MODEL & LOCATION PART NO. MFG./YEAR MODEL & LOCATION PART NO. Engine Timing Belt and Tensioner Kit 2007 RL w/3.5L Eng.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ................... TBK329WP 2007 TL w/3.2L & 3.5L Engs.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ................... TBK329WP 2006-2005 3.5RL w/3.5L Eng.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ................... TBK329WP 2006-2004 3.2TL w/3.2L Eng.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ................... TBK329WP 2004-1996 3.5RL w/3.5L Eng.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals ................................ TBK279P 2002-1999 3.2CL & 3.2TL w/3.2L Eng.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ................... TBK286WP 2001-1994 Integra w/1.8L Eng. Exc. V-TEC: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ................... TBK184WP 2001-1994 Integra w/1.8L V-TEC Eng.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ................... TBK247WP 1999-1997 2.2CL & 2.3CL w/2.2L & 2.3L Engs.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ................... TBK244WP 1999-1997 3.0CL w/3.0L Eng.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ................... TBK286WP 1998-1996 3.2TL w/3.2L Eng.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals ................................ TBK193P Engine (Cont.) Timing Belt and Tensioner Kit (Cont.) 1998-1995 2.5TL w/2.5L Eng.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ................... TBK211WP 1995-1991 Legend w/3.2L Eng.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals ................................ TBK193P 1994-1992 Vigor w/2.5L Eng.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ................. TBK211AWP 1993-1992 Integra w/1.7L Eng.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ................... TBK227WP 1993-1990 Integra w/1.8L Eng.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ................. TBK184AWP 1990-1987 Legend w/2.7L Eng.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ................... TBK129WP 1989-1986 Integra w/1.6L Eng.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ................... TBK130WP 1987-1986 Legend w/2.5L Eng.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ................... TBK129WP Acura CUV MDX, SLX Engine Timing Belt and Tensioner Kit 2007-2003 MDX w/3.5L Eng.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ................... TBK329WP 2002-2001 MDX w/3.5L Eng.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ................... TBK286WP 1999-1998 SLX w/3.5L Eng.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ................... TBK303WP 1997-1996 SLX w/3.2L Eng.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ................... TBK221WP American Motors Concord, Gremlin, Spirit Engine Timing Belt and Tensioner Kit 1979-1977 Concord, Gremlin & Spirit w/2.0L Eng.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals ................................ TBK017P Audi A3, A4, A6, A8, Cabriolet, Fox, RS6, S6, S8, 80, 90, 100, 200, 4000, 4000S Engine Timing Belt and Tensioner Kit 2009-2006 A3 w/2.0L Turbo Eng.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals .................................... TBK334P 2008-2005 A4 Quattro w/2.0L Turbo Eng.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals .................................... TBK334P 2005-2001 A8 Quattro w/4.2L Eng.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ................. TBK297BWP 2004-2003 RS6 w/Turbo Eng.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ................. TBK297BWP 2004-2001 A6 Quattro w/4.2L Eng.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ................. TBK297BWP 2003-2001 S6 Quattro & S8 w/4.2L Eng.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ................. TBK297BWP Engine (Cont.) Timing Belt and Tensioner Kit (Cont.) 2000-1997 A4 w/1.8L Turbo Eng.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ................... TBK317WP 1998-1995 Cabriolet w/2.8L Eng.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ................. TBK218AWP 1997-1996 A6 w/2.8L Eng.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ................. TBK218AWP 1996 A4 w/2.8L Eng.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ................. TBK218AWP 1995-1992 90, 100, A6 & Cabriolet w/2.8L Eng.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ................. TBK218BWP 1991-1989 90, 100 & 200 w/2.2L & 2.3L Engs.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ....................... TBK170WP (Continued) 24 Interference engine for most applications. *See pages 17-20 for important installation information.
  29. 29. Passenger cars, light & medium trucks (Cont.) -- Audi A3, A4, A6, A8, Cabriolet, Fox, RS6, S6, S8, 80, 90, 100, 200, 4000, 4000S MFG./YEAR MODEL & LOCATION PART NO. MFG./YEAR MODEL & LOCATION PART NO. Engine (Cont.) Timing Belt and Tensioner Kit (Cont.) 1990-1988 80 & 90 w/2.0L Eng.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals ................................ TBK017P 1987-1984 4000S w/1.8L Eng.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals ................................ TBK017P 1983-1982 4000 w/1.6L Diesel Eng.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals ................................ TBK043P 1983-1981 4000 w/1.7L Eng.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals ................................ TBK017P Engine (Cont.) Timing Belt and Tensioner Kit (Cont.) 1979-1975 Fox w/1.6L Eng.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals ................................ TBK017P BMW 325i, 325ic, 325iS, 325iX, 525i Engine Timing Belt and Tensioner Kit 1993-1988 3 Series & 525i w/2.5L & 2.7L Engs.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals ................................ TBK131P Buick (FWD) Skyhawk (from 1982) Engine Timing Belt and Tensioner Kit 1988-1987 Skyhawk w/2.0L Eng.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ..................... TBK081AWP 1986-1982 Skyhawk w/1.8L Eng.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ....................... TBK081WP Cadillac (RWD) Catera Engine Timing Belt and Tensioner Kit 2001-1999 Catera w/3.0L Eng.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals ............................. TBK285AP* 1998-1997 Catera w/3.0L Eng.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals ................................ TBK285P* Chevrolet (FWD) Aveo, Aveo5 Engine Timing Belt and Tensioner Kit 2008 Aveo5 w/1.6L Eng.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ....................... TBK335WP 2008-2004 Aveo w/1.6L Eng.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ....................... TBK335WP Chevrolet (FWD) Lumina, Monte Carlo Engine Timing Belt and Tensioner Kit 1997-1996 Lumina & Monte Carlo w/3.4L Eng.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals ................................ TBK273P 1995-1991 Lumina & Monte Carlo w/3.4L Eng.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals .................................... TBK192P 25 Interference engine for most applications. *See pages 17-20 for important installation information.
  30. 30. Passenger cars, light & medium trucks Chevrolet (FWD) Metro (from 1998) MFG./YEAR MODEL & LOCATION PART NO. MFG./YEAR MODEL & LOCATION PART NO. Engine Timing Belt and Tensioner Kit 2001-1998 Metro w/1.0L & 1.3L Engs.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals ............................. TBK194AP Chevrolet (FWD) Nova (1988-85) Engine Timing Belt and Tensioner Kit 1988-1985 Nova w/1.6L Eng.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals ................................ TBK070P Chevrolet (FWD) Spectrum Engine Timing Belt and Tensioner Kit 1988-1985 Spectrum w/1.5L Eng.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ................... TBK162WP Chevrolet/GMC Truck Tracker (from 1998) Engine Timing Belt and Tensioner Kit 2002-1998 Tracker w/1.6L Eng.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals ................................ TBK212P Chrysler (FWD) Cirrus Engine Timing Belt and Tensioner Kit 2000 Cirrus w/2.0L Eng.: Belt, Mech. Tens. & Water Pump Kit ............. TBK245AWP* Belt, Hyd. Tens. & Water Pump Kit ............... TBK245BWP* 2000 Cirrus w/2.4L Eng.: Belt, Hyd. Tens. & Water Pump Kit .................... TBK265AWP* Belt, Mech. Tens. & Water Pump Kit ................. TBK265BWP* 2000-1995 Cirrus w/2.5L Eng.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ................... TBK259WP Engine (Cont.) Timing Belt and Tensioner Kit (Cont.) 1996-1995 Cirrus w/2.4L Eng.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ....................... TBK265WP* Chrysler (FWD) Concorde, LHS, New Yorker (from 1994), 300M Engine Timing Belt and Tensioner Kit 2008-2005 300M w/3.5L Eng.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ................. TBK295AWP 2002-1998 300M, Concord & LHS w/3.2L & 3.5L Eng.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ................... TBK295WP 1997-1995 Concorde, LHS & New Yorker w/3.5L Eng.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ....................... TBK255WP 1994-1993 Concorde, LHS & New Yorker w/3.5L Eng.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ....................... TBK219WP 26 Interference engine for most applications. *See pages 17-20 for important installation information.
  31. 31. Passenger cars, light & medium trucks Chrysler (FWD) E Class/New Yorker (1993-83), Laser (thru 1986), LeBaron (from 1982) MFG./YEAR MODEL & LOCATION PART NO. MFG./YEAR MODEL & LOCATION PART NO. Engine Timing Belt and Tensioner Kit 1995-1988 LeBaron & New Yorker w/3.0L Eng.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ................... TBK139WP 1994-1989 LeBaron w/2.2L & 2.5L Engs.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals .................................... TBK153P 1988 LeBaron w/2.5L Eng.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals .................................... TBK132P 1988-1982 E Class, Laser, LeBaron & New Yorker w/2.2L Eng.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals .................................... TBK071P Engine (Cont.) Timing Belt and Tensioner Kit (Cont.) 1987-1986 Laser, LeBaron & New Yorker w/2.5L Eng.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals .................................... TBK114P Chrysler (FWD) PT Cruiser Engine Timing Belt and Tensioner Kit 2006-2001 PT Cruiser w/2.4L Eng.: Belt, Hyd. Tens. & Water Pump Kit .................... TBK265AWP* Belt, Mech. Tens. & Water Pump Kit ................. TBK265BWP* Chrysler (FWD) Sebring Engine Timing Belt and Tensioner Kit 2009-2007 Sebring w/3.5L Eng.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ................. TBK295AWP 2006-2001 Sebring w/2.4L Eng.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Water Pump ................... TBK265AWP* 2005-2003 Sebring w/3.0L Eng.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ................. TBK259AWP 2002-2001 Sebring w/3.0L Eng.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ................... TBK259WP 2000-1995 Sebring w/2.5L Eng.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ................... TBK259WP 1998-1997 Sebring w/2.4L Eng.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ..................... TBK265BWP* Engine (Cont.) Timing Belt and Tensioner Kit (Cont.) 1997-1995 Sebring w/2.0L Eng.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ................... TBK246WP 1996 Sebring w/2.4L Eng.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ....................... TBK265WP* Chrysler (FWD) Town & Country, Voyager (from 2001) Engine Timing Belt and Tensioner Kit 2009-2008 Town & Country w/4.0L Eng.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Water Pump .............. TBK295AWP 2003-2001 Voyager w/2.4L Eng.: Belt & Hydraulic Tens. Kit w/Pump .................... TBK265AWP* Belt & Mechanical Tens. Kit w/Pump ................ TBK265BWP* Chrysler (Canadian Models) Daytona, Dynasty Engine Timing Belt and Tensioner Kit 1993-1989 Daytona & Dynasty w/2.2L & 2.5L Eng.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals .................................... TBK153P 1993-1988 Daytona & Dynasty w/3.0L Eng.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ................... TBK139WP 27 Interference engine for most applications. *See pages 17-20 for important installation information.
  32. 32. Passenger cars, light & medium trucks Chrysler CUV Pacifica MFG./YEAR MODEL & LOCATION PART NO. MFG./YEAR MODEL & LOCATION PART NO. Engine Timing Belt and Tensioner Kit 2008-2005 Pacifica w/3.5L & 4.0L Engs.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ................. TBK295AWP Daihatsu Charade Engine Timing Belt and Tensioner Kit 1992-1988 Charade w/1.0L Eng.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals ................................ TBK178P Dodge (FWD) Avenger Engine Timing Belt and Tensioner Kit 2000-1995 Avenger w/2.5L Eng.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ................... TBK259WP 1997-1995 Avenger w/2.0L Eng.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ................... TBK246WP Dodge (FWD) Aries, Daytona, Dynasty, Lancer (from 1985), Shadow, Spirit, 400, 600 Engine Timing Belt and Tensioner Kit 1995-1989 Daytona, Dynasty, Lancer, Shadow & Spirit w/2.2L & 2.5L Eng.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals .................................... TBK153P 1995-1988 Daytona, Dynasty, Shadow & Spirit w/3.0L Eng.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ................... TBK139WP 1988-1981 Aries, Daytona, Lancer, Shadow, 400 & 600 w/2.2L Eng.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals .................................... TBK071P Engine (Cont.) Timing Belt and Tensioner Kit (Cont.) 1987-1986 Aries, Daytona, Lancer & 600 w/2.5L Eng.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals .................................... TBK114P Dodge (FWD) Colt (from 1980), Colt Vista (thru 1991), For (1992) Colt Vista See Plymouth Engine Timing Belt and Tensioner Kit 1994-1991 Colt w/1.5L Eng.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals ................................ TBK191P 1991-1987 Colt Vista w/2.0L Eng.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals ............................. TBK158AP 1990-1987 Colt w/1.5L Eng.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals ................................ TBK128P 1986-1980 Colt w/1.4L & 1.5L Engs.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals ................................ TBK073P 28 Interference engine for most applications. *See pages 17-20 for important installation information.
  33. 33. Passenger cars, light & medium trucks Dodge (FWD) Charger (from 1983), Omni, 024 MFG./YEAR MODEL & LOCATION PART NO. MFG./YEAR MODEL & LOCATION PART NO. Engine Timing Belt and Tensioner Kit 1990-1989 Omni w/2.2L Eng.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals .................................... TBK153P 1988-1981 Charger & Omni w/2.2L Eng.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals .................................... TBK071P 1983-1980 Charger, Omni & 024 w/1.7L Eng.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals ................................ TBK017P Dodge (FWD) Intrepid Engine Timing Belt and Tensioner Kit 2002-1998 Intrepid w/3.2L & 3.5L Engs.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ................... TBK295WP 1997-1995 Intrepid w/3.5L Eng.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ....................... TBK255WP 1994-1993 Intrepid w/3.5L Eng.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ....................... TBK219WP Dodge (FWD) Neon Engine Timing Belt and Tensioner Kit 2002-1998 Neon w/2.0L Eng.: Belt, Hyd. Tens. & Water Pump Kit ............... TBK245BWP* Belt, Mech. Tens. & Water Pump Kit ............. TBK245AWP* 1997-1995 Neon w/2.0L SOHC Eng.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ................... TBK245WP* 1997-1995 Neon w/2.0L DOHC Eng.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ................... TBK246WP Dodge (FWD) Stealth Engine Timing Belt and Tensioner Kit 1996-1994 Stealth w/3.0L DOHC Eng.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ................... TBK195WP 1996-1991 Stealth w/3.0L SOHC Eng.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ................... TBK139WP Dodge (FWD) Stratus Engine Timing Belt and Tensioner Kit 2006-1997 Stratus w/2.4L Eng.: Belt, Hyd. Tens. & Water Pump Kit .................... TBK265AWP* Belt, Mech. Tens. & Water Pump Kit ................. TBK265BWP* 2004-2001 Stratus w/3.0L Eng.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ................... TBK259WP 2000-1999 Stratus w/2.0L Eng.: Belt, Hyd. Tens. & Water Pump Kit ............... TBK245BWP* Belt, Mech. Tens. & Water Pump Kit ............. TBK245AWP* 2000-1995 Stratus w/2.5L Eng.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ................... TBK259WP 1998-1995 Stratus w/2.0L Eng.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ................... TBK245WP* 1996-1995 Stratus w/2.4L Eng.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ....................... TBK265WP* 29 Interference engine for most applications. *See pages 17-20 for important installation information.
  34. 34. Passenger cars, light & medium trucks Dodge (FWD) Caravan, Grand Caravan, Mini Ram Van MFG./YEAR MODEL & LOCATION PART NO. MFG./YEAR MODEL & LOCATION PART NO. Engine Timing Belt and Tensioner Kit 2007-1997 Caravan & Grand Caravan w/2.4L Eng.: Belt, Hyd. Tens. & Water Pump Kit .................... TBK265AWP* Belt, Mech. Tens. & Water Pump Kit ................. TBK265BWP* 2000-1987 Caravan & Grand Caravan w/3.0L Eng.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ................... TBK139WP 1996 Caravan & Grand Caravan w/2.4L Eng.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ....................... TBK265WP* 1995-1989 Caravan & Grand Caravan w/2.5L Eng.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals .................................... TBK153P 1988 Caravan, Grand Caravan & Mini Ram Van w/2.5L Eng.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals .................................... TBK132P Engine (Cont.) Timing Belt and Tensioner Kit (Cont.) 1988-1987 Mini Ram Van w/3.0L Eng.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ................... TBK139WP 1987-1984 Caravan & Mini Ram Van w/2.2L Eng.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals .................................... TBK071P Dodge (Canadian Models) Colt, 2000 GTX Engine Timing Belt and Tensioner Kit 1995 Colt w/1.5L Eng.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals ................................ TBK191P 1991 Colt w/1.5L Eng.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals ................................ TBK077P 1990-1989 2000 GTX w/2.0L SOHC Eng.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals .................................... TBK155P Dodge Truck Raider, Ram 50 Engine Timing Belt and Tensioner Kit 1991-1990 Ram 50 w/3.0L Eng.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ................... TBK139WP 1989 Raider w/3.0L Eng.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ................... TBK139WP 1989-1987 Ram 50 w/2.0L Eng.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals ............................. TBK158AP Dodge Truck Dakota Engine Timing Belt and Tensioner Kit 1995-1989 Dakota w/2.5L Eng.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals .................................... TBK153P 1988-1987 Dakota w/2.2L Eng.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals .................................... TBK071P Eagle Summit Engine Timing Belt and Tensioner Kit 1996 Summit w/2.4L Eng.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals ............................. TBK230AP 1996-1991 Summit w/1.5L Eng.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals ................................ TBK191P 1995-1993 Summit w/2.4L Eng.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals ................................ TBK230P 1992 Summit w/2.4L Eng.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals ................................ TBK204P 1990-1989 Summit w/1.5L Eng.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals ................................ TBK128P 30 Interference engine for most applications. *See pages 17-20 for important installation information.
  35. 35. Passenger cars, light & medium trucks Eagle Talon MFG./YEAR MODEL & LOCATION PART NO. MFG./YEAR MODEL & LOCATION PART NO. Engine Timing Belt and Tensioner Kit 1997-1995 Talon w/2.0L Eng. w/o Turbo: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ................... TBK246WP 1994-1993 Talon w/1.8L Eng.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals ................................ TBK158P 1994-1990 Talon w/2.0L Eng.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals ................................ TBK167P Eagle Vision Engine Timing Belt and Tensioner Kit 1997-1995 Vision w/3.5L Eng.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ....................... TBK255WP 1994-1993 Vision w/3.5L Eng.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ....................... TBK219WP Eagle (Canadian Models) Vista, 2000 GTX Engine Timing Belt and Tensioner Kit 1993-1991 2000 GTX w/2.0L DOHC Eng.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals ................................ TBK167P 1992 Vista w/1.5L Eng.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals ................................ TBK191P 1992-1991 2000 GTX w/2.0L SOHC Eng.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals .................................... TBK155P 1991-1989 Vista w/1.5L Eng.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals ................................ TBK128P Ford (FWD) Aspire, Festiva Engine Timing Belt and Tensioner Kit 1997-1990 Aspire & Festiva w/1.3L Eng.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals ................................ TBK185P Ford (FWD) Contour Engine Timing Belt and Tensioner Kit 2000-1999 Contour w/2.0L DOHC Eng. From 2/10/99: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ................. TBK294AWP* 1999-1998 Contour w/2.0L DOHC Eng. Thru 2/9/99: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ................... TBK294WP* 1997-1995 Contour w/2.0L Eng.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals .................................... TBK258P 31 Interference engine for most applications. *See pages 17-20 for important installation information.
  36. 36. Passenger cars, light & medium trucks Ford (FWD) Escort, EXP, ZX2 MFG./YEAR MODEL & LOCATION PART NO. MFG./YEAR MODEL & LOCATION PART NO. Engine Timing Belt and Tensioner Kit 2002-2000 Escort & ZX2 w/2.0L DOHC Eng.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ................. TBK294AWP* 2002-1997 Escort w/2.0L SOHC Eng.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ................... TBK283WP 1999-1998 Escort w/2.0L DOHC Eng. Thru 2/9/99: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ................... TBK294WP* 1996-1991 Escort w/1.8L Eng.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals ................................ TBK179P 1996-1992 Escort w/1.9L Eng.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ................... TBK194WP 1990-1986 Escort w/1.9L Eng.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ................. TBK067WP Engine (Cont.) Timing Belt and Tensioner Kit (Cont.) 1988-1986 EXP w/1.9L Eng.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ................... TBK067WP 1985 Escort w/1.9L Eng.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ................... TBK067WP 1985-1981 Escort & EXP w/1.6L Eng.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ................... TBK067WP Ford (FWD) Fiesta Engine Timing Belt and Tensioner Kit 1989-1988 Fiesta w/1.3L Eng.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals ................................ TBK141P Ford (FWD) Focus Engine Timing Belt and Tensioner Kit 2004-2000 Focus w/2.0L SOHC Eng.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals ............................. TBK283AP 2004-2001 Focus w/2.0L DOHC Eng. & 1 Idler: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ................. TBK294BWP* Ford (FWD) Probe Engine Timing Belt and Tensioner Kit 1997-1993 Probe w/2.0L Eng.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals ................................ TBK228P 1997-1993 Probe w/2.5L Eng.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals .................................... TBK214P 1992-1989 Probe w/2.2L Eng.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ................... TBK134WP Ford (FWD) Taurus Engine Timing Belt and Tensioner Kit 1995-1989 Taurus w/3.0L Y Eng.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals .................................... TBK248P 32 Interference engine for most applications. *See pages 17-20 for important installation information. 1991 Escort w/1.9L Eng. & Square Tooth Sprocket: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ................. TBK067AWP 2002-2000 Focus w/2.0L DOHC Eng. & 2 Idlers: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ................. TBK294AWP* Engine (Cont.) Timing Belt and Tensioner Kit (Cont.) 1991 Escort w/1.9L Eng. & Round Tooth Sprocket: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit ................. TBK067BWP 1999 Escort w/2.0L DOHC Eng. From 2/9/99: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit TBK294AWP*
  37. 37. Passenger cars, light & medium trucks Ford (RWD) Fairmont MFG./YEAR MODEL & LOCATION PART NO. MFG./YEAR MODEL & LOCATION PART NO. Engine Timing Belt and Tensioner Kit 1983-1978 Fairmont w/2.3L Eng.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals .................................... TBK014P Ford (RWD) Granada, LTD (from 1983) Engine Timing Belt and Tensioner Kit 1986-1981 Granada & LTD w/2.3L Eng.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals .................................... TBK014P Ford (RWD) Mustang, Mustang II Engine Timing Belt and Tensioner Kit 1993 Mustang w/2.3L Eng.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals .................................... TBK210P 1992-1974 Mustang & Mustang II w/2.3L Eng.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals .................................... TBK014P Ford (RWD) Pinto Engine Timing Belt and Tensioner Kit 1980-1974 Pinto w/2.3L Eng.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals .................................... TBK014P Ford (RWD) Thunderbird Engine Timing Belt and Tensioner Kit 1988-1983 Thunderbird w/2.3L Eng.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals .................................... TBK014P Ford (CUV) Escape Engine Timing Belt and Tensioner Kit 2001-1998 Ranger w/2.5L Eng.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals ................................ TBK276P 1997-1995 Ranger w/2.3L Eng.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals ................................ TBK276P 1994-1993 Ranger w/2.3L Eng.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals .................................... TBK210P 1992 Ranger w/2.3L Eng. & Round Tooth Sprocket: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals .................................... TBK210P 1992-1983 Ranger w/2.3L Eng. & Square Tooth Sprocket: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals .................................... TBK014P 1988-1983 Ranger w/2.0L Eng.: Belt & Tensioner Kit w/Seals .................................... TBK014P 33 Interference engine for most applications. *See pages 17-20 for important installation information. Ford Truck Ranger 2004-2001 Escape w/2.0L DOHC Eng.: Belt, Tensioner & Water Pump Kit...................... TBK294BWP* Engine Timing Belt and Tensioner Kit Engine (Cont.) Timing Belt and Tensioner Kit (Cont.)

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