How To Replace A Timing Belt On A 2005 Chevy Aveo?


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If you can  find the original manual it should give you the opportunity to search for what you are looking for as it will provide step by step instructions regarding how to replace the time belt. If you not have the manual to hand you can try to remove the timing cover, set the engine in time, remove the timing belt tensioner in order to ease the pressure and remove the timing belt.

You will then need to install a brand new timing belt and re-set the tensioner. Turn the engine over for at least two full revolutions of the crankshaft by hand manually and ensure it stays in time, and then just simply refit the timing cover.

The Chevrolet Aveo is actually a popular vehicle in the USA and has been produced and manufactured since 2002, originally by the GM Daewoo based in South Korea and later by other GM-affiliated corporations.

The car has actually been promoted in more than 120 countries under five brands which feature Chevrolet, Daewoo, Holden, Pontiac, and Suzuki. The Aveo was originally named the Daewoo Kalos in its home market of South Korea as well as many export markets.

South Korean versions were later remarketed as the Daewoo Gentra, while in other areas and territories the first generation model was promoted as the Holden Barina in Australasia, Pontiac G3 in the United States and later Canada. The car was named formerly in Canada as the Pontiac Wave and currently in Canada it is called the Suzuki Swift+.

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