•  
    Results 1 to 5 of 5

    Thread: Timing Belt 2009 with 120K

    1. #1
      What's wrong with my car?
      Join Date
      Dec 2022
      Location
      CT
      Posts
      26
      Thanks
      0
      Thanked 0 Times in 0 Posts

      Timing Belt 2009 with 120K

      Wondering the condition of the timing belt at 120K, I have only had the car since 110K and was concerned about the timing belt.

      Just removed top cover for a inspection, found the belt to be a Continental 24422964 338.

      Belt looked decent, no cracks. Was Continental used as a OEM manufacturer?

      Thanks!



    2. #2
      What do you mean there's no turbo?
      Join Date
      Apr 2011
      Location
      California
      Posts
      268
      Thanks
      4
      Thanked 39 Times in 38 Posts
      The 09+ timing belts are not known for going early (and yours would already be overdue for replacement anyway). That said, I don't know who makes them as OEM but a quick google search implies it MIGHT be Continental.

      If you don't have a record of replacement and the original seller can't confirm it was replaced (preferably with documentation), I would suggest replacing it out of an abundance of caution.

    3. The Following User Says Thank You to EAD15 For This Useful Post:

      guitardoc64 (03-14-2024)

    4. #3
      Work in progress....
      Join Date
      Feb 2024
      Location
      Louisiana
      Posts
      17
      Thanks
      10
      Thanked 0 Times in 0 Posts
      I agree 100% I would change it immediately. luckily with mine the belt was changed about 800 miles before I got it and the mechanic wrote the miles on the timing cover.

    5. #4
      What do you mean there's no turbo?
      Join Date
      Apr 2011
      Location
      California
      Posts
      268
      Thanks
      4
      Thanked 39 Times in 38 Posts
      Did a little more research. That part number (24422964) is an ACDelco part number (aka OEM) for the belt. So the belt has either never been changed OR someone used OEM parts if it was replaced.

      My advice remains the same, if there is no reliable way of determining when the belt was last changed, get it changed sooner than later.

    6. The Following User Says Thank You to EAD15 For This Useful Post:

      guitardoc64 (03-15-2024)

    7. #5
      What's wrong with my car?
      Join Date
      Dec 2022
      Location
      CT
      Posts
      26
      Thanks
      0
      Thanked 0 Times in 0 Posts
      Just had the timing belt as well as the serpentine and stretch belt replaced. I feel relieved now. The other 2 belts were Gates with OEM insignia..

      Who knows when any were changed..but all is good now

      *Timing belt was in satisfactory condition, only thing I could tell was it was a wee bit stiff. (starting to dry out)




      Last edited by kurthb; 04-08-2024 at 10:40 PM. Reason: additional context

    Similar Threads

    1. Replies: 16
      Last Post: 10-14-2016, 03:07 AM
    2. 2009 Timing Belt Replacement
      By cmm47172 in forum Engine & Drivetrain
      Replies: 23
      Last Post: 08-24-2016, 02:15 PM
    3. Replies: 32
      Last Post: 01-20-2016, 01:34 PM
    4. 2009 Pontiac G3 - when to change timing belt
      By SamRus in forum General Discussion
      Replies: 5
      Last Post: 02-28-2014, 05:34 PM
    5. Timing belt changed, 2k miles later, belt broken because of "oil change frequency"
      By SimplyComplex314 in forum Troubleshooting and Maintenance
      Replies: 2
      Last Post: 08-28-2012, 05:00 PM

    Posting Permissions

    • You may not post new threads
    • You may not post replies
    • You may not post attachments
    • You may not edit your posts
    •