Thanks for posting the pic. Do you have the breakdown of what the #'s are pointing to?Chevy dealer sent me a brochure for a new 2014 Cruze diesel, knocking off $5,000 off the sticker price, plus even more on my GM card. Kicked it around for awhile, but decided I did. Ha even more glad now, because I didn't know it was using a rubber band, that's what we call these belts. Already had my share of these things for the last 35 years.
Major concerns at the time, our diesel cost of fuel was much higher here than gas, no savings there, no spare tire, and read if that tank ran dry where the spare tire should be, the engine would quit running.
Can't seem to get a straight answer if this is an interference engine or not, seems to be non-interference that would just leave you stranded, interference, not only stranded, but a lot of more addition cost in replacing a broken head, bend valve, or a piston with a hole in it, take your choice.
Problems I ran into, is not the belt, but either the tensioner or idler pulley seizing up that was the cause of the belt breaking in the first place. Call these limited lubricated ball bearings, over time, grease would dry up, hot inside that plastic shroud, bearing would seize, pop goes the belt. Also the way they were making those plastic shrouds, a lot of road debris would get inside further causing bearing and belt problems. Also could have camshaft seal leaks, oil on the belt is not good. They don't change these, but I sure did, a lot of extra work.
Ha, don't pay any attention to me on this subject, getting old and tired, but kept me in good shape changing timing belts, not only for what I had, but all my family members as well. Sure beats getting fat drinking beer and watching 22 guys trying to move a tiny football back and forth on a field.
Did get soft in around 1993, finally insulated and heated my garage, in sub-zero weather, finger tips started to crack in the cold. That was painful for the next 3-4 weeks.
Can find it right here:Thanks for posting the pic. Do you have the breakdown of what the #'s are pointing to?