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Actually I'm pretty sure it is. I just checked it today when I went to change my o2 sensor but I bought the wrong sensor (another story) so if anyone in the va beach area can give me a hand changing the thing hit me up plz! Also can someone tell me the proper part number for the o2 sensor behind passenger wheel I'm getting p0141?
 

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R.i.p Silverside
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Doesnt the plastic cover you have to remove to change the timing belt have a big X on it? The other belt that I saw had a green striping and mitsubishi logos on it and was in great shape.
 

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Not sure what's on the cover, but it's pretty easy to tell the difference between the belts by what they go around. Might as well replace all the belts, since you have to take the serpentine belt off to get to the timing belt.
 

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Actually I stand corrected me and my buddy went outside and checked and this belt goes around the alternator the other 2 belts we saw were in great shape no cracks or peels. It looks very easy to change is it expensive?
 

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If you got confused between the two belts are you sure you can do it? Just playing man. Nice to see that your hands on
 

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For future reference, the timing belt is a cogged style belt where the ribs are perpendicular to the belt, whereas that belt has the ribs running the length of it...take a look at the teeth on any of the pics of timing gears floating around here and you'll see what I mean...:bigthumb:
 

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Don't bother with part numbers from the dealer for the O2 sensor. Instead of $150, you can pay about $100 by getting it online. You can look at www.oxygensensors.com or Sparkplug : Design Powered by Insight. It doesn't matter whether you pick right bank or left bank -- the downstream ones are the same for both banks. The one you have to replace is NOT the one on my y-pipe. It is the one below the firewall side pre-cat, and you have to remove the passenger wheel to get to it. Peel back the fender liner and you will see it.
 
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