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Old 02-02-2012, 01:52 PM   #651
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How much does the timing/water pump job usually cost? And is there a way to check it out to see if actually needs it?? From my initial visual inspection, all of my belts looks great...
140 in parts. a good belt kit has an underhood sticker to tag the engine with to document belt replacement.
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Old 02-02-2012, 05:39 PM   #652
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That's if someone did it lol. The cost of parts is low; its the labor and sometimes the cam phaser doesnt reset and you have to retime it a few times. But at the cost of losing valves and needing a new head if a "good" belt snaps....think its worth the $400-500 to get it done when you only spent 900 on the car. Know what I mean?

Unless there is something that says that belt is new, or a local FORD Dealer can see if their is any history of service on the vin thats showing a service of timing belt....id recommend being safe than sorry.
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That's if someone did it lol. The cost of parts is low; its the labor and sometimes the cam phaser doesnt reset and you have to retime it a few times. But at the cost of losing valves and needing a new head if a "good" belt snaps....think its worth the $400-500 to get it done when you only spent 900 on the car. Know what I mean?

Unless there is something that says that belt is new, or a local FORD Dealer can see if their is any history of service on the vin thats showing a service of timing belt....id recommend being safe than sorry.
Wait im the one that spent $900 on my car and its the first thing im doing to it. Even if it costed 900 i would do it. i think he was just curious on how much the job costed in general.
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Old 02-22-2012, 02:47 PM   #654
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In 2005 I bought an 2003 SVTF, 6900 mi., CD silver, 5-door for $17,500 from Jenkins Ford in Buckhannon, WV I drove it until it had 70k+ miles then traded it. I had a Steeda Tri-ax and short ram intake on it. Overall a great car. Never had one single engine problem, but the Audiophile stereo was a piece of crap, the seat heaters went out at 10k, and it needed a suspension part at one point. In hindsight I can't complain, as I drove the living bejeezus out of that car and enjoyed every mile of it.
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Old 02-24-2012, 04:54 PM   #655
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Old 03-04-2012, 01:07 AM   #656
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Old 03-05-2012, 01:03 AM   #658
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I just bought mine about a month ago
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bought mine last july 4th,
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all options, came stock, now modded out some
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my first car, not too shabby, it still pulls very strong, haven't had a problem with it.
will be getting new doors, the doors are the only thing rusting on the outer body, underneath has some.
then will be getting it painted and all looking fresh by the end of summer.
may have to do a clutch job in the next year or 2 however
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