Timing Belt Actuator
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CARQUEST by Dayco Timing Belt Actuator

Part No. 85016 Warranty Details  

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Dayco Hydraulic Timing Belt Actuators are designed to absorb changes in loss of timing belt tension caused by variations in engine temperatures, speed or the general wear and aging of the belt.

Product Features:
  • Ensures proper timing effectiveness throughout the entire service life of the belt
  • Manufactured to meet the critical OE quality, form, fit, and function requirements necessary for superior performance
  • Maintains belt tension at a constant level to reduce noise
  • Prevents belt flapping
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Adjustable:No
Material:Steel
Mounting Bracket Included:No
Tensioner Type:Hydraulic

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Not strong enough!

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from Aurora, IL

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      Comments about CARQUEST by Dayco Timing Belt Actuator:

      Bought as direct replacement for lexus sc400. Installed with timIng belt qnd water pump. Drove for about 5,000 miles then lost all power and engine began to backfire and not burn all gas during combustion stroke. Had to have care towed back home. Discovered my right-bank cam 8 teeth off from proper timing. This was the problem it was too weak. To push piston back down I used floor jack and placed this part into a block of wood for support and pushed against the underside of my car. Did the same with the old oem part i still had lying about and it lifted the car off the jackstands , then I had to climb onto the fender to get it down. I'll just reinstall the old one since advance doesn't stock a decent one in the stores. So in the end I wasted the money for the part, $100 tow, 5 hours to diagnose my code 13, and 12 hours of my time

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      • Q:

        how do you get the actuator to loosen soo i can instal the other piece
        Asked on 4/12/2011 by mike from lehigh acres florida

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          A:

          For step by step instructions I recommend that you go to your nearest Advance Auto Parts store and purchase a repair manual.

          Answered on 4/13/2011 by David the Dynamite Parts Guy from AAP
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