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  1. rich_e777

    LQ1 Timing belt

    Likewise, GMPD are out but I found them here for about $73. http://oemcats.com/oem-parts/24503860.html. I think I`ll snag one even if to keep on the shelf for the future. The actuator and tensioner on the car are probably ok as is the belt really but it one of those things were I`m already there might as well do it.
    2 points
  2. Taper123

    LQ1 Timing belt

    Finally back to it. Pulled it all apart, and had some difficulty when cranking the crankshaft when it got near 0. Squirted some lubricant into the spark plug holes. Figure I did let it sit for more years than I should have. That smoothed that out. Cranked the cams so that the flats are up top on each side and mounted the holder. About to go back out and figure out the belt tensioner, after I loosen the cam pulleys. Then put on the new belt Then figure I cycle it a few times by hand to seat the belt, and let everything come under tension.... the align the crankshaft mark and make sure the intermediate is on its mark too. The area I am not sure about is....Do I lock down the cams on the right, then crank a cycle and lock down the ones on the left... and they should be 180 ?
    2 points
  3. jiggity76

    LQ1 Timing belt

    I don't want to burst your bubble but everytime I use that site, It's a no go. They tell me none are available when I call these contacts. Hopefully I'm wrong though.
    1 point
  4. jiggity76

    LQ1 Timing belt

    If you ever need PN's, don't hesitate to ask. I might not be able to find everything but will do my best.
    1 point
  5. jiggity76

    LQ1 Timing belt

    It's been awhile but here's my post about my 91 LQ1. Hopefully this helps.
    1 point
  6. 2003yak

    2003yak, 2003 Pontiac

    Sup guys. Never got around to getting into any forums so I figured I’d give it a shot. Pictured is my 2003 Grand Prix GTP. I bought it from my buddy at the end of ‘20. Absolutely love this thing. I haven’t done too much to it; under the hood I installed a cold air intake. Other than that it’s just been specialty stuff like tint, audio, and lighting upgrades. I look forward to being part of the community and keeping you guys up to date on what goes on with the yak!
    1 point
  7. bluecalais79

    Front Strut Cartridge Replacement- 1994 Cutlass Supreme

    I think the shock went out on me, there's alot of noise going on in there. I'll be looking to get most of the front end rebuilt this spring, I'll just add this to the list. My brother did a heck of a number on it on those North New Jersey roads for the 18 months and 10,000 he had it before turning it back over to me. I bought this car new in 1994 so I know what I can expect. True, it's only new once, but I have got to improve on it. Now. I'd really like to take this car to the 2022 Olds Nationals this July 6-9 as a visit to Nashville Motor Speedway for some laps on the track is in the offing. But, if I can't get it where I want it the white 1996 CS will get the nod.
    1 point
  8. bluecalais79

    Front Strut Cartridge Replacement- 1994 Cutlass Supreme

    I did it. I will never trust myself again on this job, LOL.
    1 point
  9. mechanic58

    Looky I got!

    Just picked this up today, ‘93. Unmolested one owner Carolina car. Been parked a long time. Timing belt failure.
    1 point
  10. jiggity76

    LQ1 Timing belt

    I got these a few month ago, maybe like February? I can't remember but it was sometime around there so maybe they are still available somewhat. One's for the International and the other is for the STE if they need them. Good info and thank you!
    1 point
  11. monteheadache

    power window follies

    figured it out anyways a combination scuffing up the connection of the regulator and the motor, pulling the whole harness and disassembling connectors and scuffing them. Then a final clean of the master switch contacts allowed both windows to go up with ease and noticeably faster than before. Express down works flawlessly..... so once again excess resistance and dirty contacts can ruin fused/breaker circuit fast. Well I just wanted to tell you all to help anyone else out who might have a similar problem
    1 point
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