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Old 11-11-2009, 06:49 PM
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Timing Chain or Timing Belt.

Anyone know if the Cobalt is driven by a timing chain or timing belt ?

Im pretty sure its a belt. Could be wrong though. Too lazy to check haha
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im pretty sure its a belt
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According to the Haynes manual it is a chain.
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It's a red ryder bicycle chain...at least that's what it looks like...LoL!
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We have a chain.


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here found a pic


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That sure is a dirty engine bay.
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Wow, it'll be the day I see a modern engine with a timing belt and not a chain..
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Wow, it'll be the day I see a modern engine with a timing belt and not a chain..
?? I would rather have a chain -- last more than 100K normally. Belts have to be replaced 40-60K usually. I've seen far more engine problems due to belts jumping Vs Chains.
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Old 11-13-2009, 02:40 AM
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?? I would rather have a chain -- last more than 100K normally. Belts have to be replaced 40-60K usually. I've seen far more engine problems due to belts jumping Vs Chains.
I think what he is trying to say is that a modern engine using a belt is very unlikey.
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