|12-11-2012 02:11 PM|
|sleepyboy||If bearings aren't making any noises and the wheels don't wobble then they are probably fine.|
|12-11-2012 12:57 PM|
|nate4027||My car has 118k miles, should things such as wheel bearings be replaced along with the other things mentioned in this thread?|
|12-11-2012 06:40 AM|
The timing belt write up is in our How-To section of the site.
CLICKY HERE FOR THE COMPLETE HOW-TO
|12-10-2012 11:24 PM|
|TheRealDeeej||I mean I know it's possible to do in a drive way, I just don't want to risk messing anything up. My experience of working on cars includes changing oil, spark plugs, and wiring subwoofers|
|12-10-2012 07:18 PM|
As for the timing belt... I had mine done by a mechanic just because it's my DD and I needed the car running asap. If you have time to spare and are mechanically inclined, you could do it yourself. There's a few write ups somewhere
|12-10-2012 06:46 PM|
Yes, most of the DIY peeps who have done their Timing Belts, have done it without a hoist. Sure it's more access to the parts, but I wouldn't say it's easier.
As SleepyBoy posted, it can be done in your drive way on stands.
|12-10-2012 06:01 PM|
lol at a hoist. I've done it over half a dozen times, all were in driveways
|12-10-2012 02:21 PM|
|fastguy82||Timing belt, water pump, tune up. Upgrades for the value as many have said, K&N filter..no need for a CAI. Tom's tune will make you love shifting through every gear, worth every penny!|
|12-09-2012 10:44 PM|
|blue04svt||Their very detail orientated and got to have the timing bar and the bolt that holds the crank and nice if you have a hoist also would recomend a water pump as well since it will be torn apart|
|12-09-2012 10:37 PM|
|TheRealDeeej||I'm gonna take it to my mechanic to get the timing belt changed. A little too risky to do myself:)|
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