We just bought a 2001 Spyder Eclipse. We do not know when or if the timing belts has ever been replaced. How can we check its condition. What is the ballpark figure if it needs replacing? Thanks!
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2001 Mitsubishi Eclipse Question: WHen should timing belt be replaced?
EVERY 60 TO 90K MILES. READ OWNERS MANUAL
ReplyJkarcher, July 14, 2014, 13:06Rookie
I understand the milage it should be checked. That's not my question. My question is how can we tell how old the current belt is? We bought it used 3 weeks ago and do not know its history or when it was last replaced. Is there a way to tell or not? Also, how much is it to replace one? Thanks
Replyglobalhelper, July 14, 2014, 13:56Master
WHAT MODEL AND MOTOR SIZE?
ReplyJkarcher, July 14, 2014, 14:00Rookie
2001 Mitsubishi Spyder Eclipse GT 3.0 V6
Replyglobalhelper, July 14, 2014, 14:02Master
APPROX 450.00 TIMING BELT REPLACEMENT ONY. THAT DOESN"T INCLUDE ANY EXTRAS, LIKE WTAER PUMP,TENSIONERS OR IDLER PULLEYS
ReplyJkarcher, July 14, 2014, 14:44Rookie
Answer #2Advanced Auto Clinic LLC (6 Answers) , Delavan, WI - (262) 384-3479Advanced Auto Repair July 14, 2014, 14:55Enthusiast
You can pull the timing cover off to check the condition. The cost is dependant on wether it needs a water pump, tensioner, or idler pulleys. We can get it in and check it for you if needed. Give us a call, Advanced Auto Clinic in Delavan, 263-728-2944. It's best to bring it in so we can look at it to give you an accurate estimate if your interested.