2006 Mitsubishi Endeavor Q&A
2006 Mitsubishi Endeavor Question: TIMING BELT
I'm in the process of getting mine done soon. The manual says every 60,000 miles. It's a"no valve clearance" engine, which means if the timing belt slips or breaks, and as the engine goes out of time, the pistons will hit and bend the valves...VERY Costly! Engine costs approx. $5500.00 and head rebuilds can cost $3000.00+ EACH. The best quote is almost $900.00 to do timing belt, tensioner, and the water pump (while they're in there). - el mecanico loco
drove truck in. changed pulleys and timing belt. all timing marks are exact. engine cranks but no start. code 0335. changed sensor. same. 12v on red. good gnd.4.9 on sig. rpms show 130. sig v. fluctuate when cranking. no other codes. where do I go now?
did have a traction control light coming on before this. approx. 140,000 miles. first work of any kind on vehicle. all literature I am able to get is limited info.
Please let me know the Total amount for all. Thank you.
Changed spark plugs ands timing belt. Now isle is low and hesitated before acceleration.
Just got timing belt changed and tune up at Dealership