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Well, I hope that goofy subject will draw a few people in here that can help me. I have two questions, and I tried to search, but the search kept puking out :)
1. How hard is it to chage the timing belt? On some cars it's better left to the "pros"

2. I want to install an Amp. Where is the Factory amp at?

Thanks, I really appreciate any response.

CAR: 1998 ES w/Infinity CD player, but not changer.

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the factory amp is under the dash. open your glove box and look inside on the right through the hole and you should see it.
 

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Mine was above the rt passenger kick panel, if you follow blkbrute's instructions you'll see it.
 

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Thanks for the responses! I will look there. Now.... About that pesky timing belt... Has anyone in here done it themselves? I need to do it pretty soon.

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Originally posted by ejlarson:
Thanks for the responses! I will look there. Now.... About that pesky timing belt... Has anyone in here done it themselves? I need to do it pretty soon.

Thanks, Erik
hey man, "Erik" is how I spell my name! cool dude.

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unless you are gettin up to the 100K mark, you probably don't need to change it. otherwise, it is a tricky job, but if you aren't afraid to tackle a car job, it is about a saturday's worth of work.
 

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Well, I am getting toward the 110,000 mark. No problems yet either :) I have changed the Rotors once. That is it! Great car. I suppose I shouuld post some picts of her huh?

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Timing belt is on the 60k interval for these according to factory. But then who listens to them. (probably the same people who whine about crap breaking!!)
 
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