My question is: Can I use a fully compatible timing belt or do I have to use the one from Toyota. When doing the compression test, one of the spark plugs fell to the ground, so I replaced it with a new one just to be safe. Timing chain options include both standard and roller chains to provide matches with the high quality sprockets and if necessary tensioner and guides that fit the application. All vehicles that use timing chains are enclosed and not cover is showned. Hello all just new to this forum as i,m thinking of buying a 65k 55 diesel are there any issues with this model flywheel , when would you expect to do timing belt if it has one and as i,m buying from a dealer would I be better just getting them to do it? Tacoma If your Tacoma is a V6 from 1995 to 2004, replace the belt at 60k miles. If your timing belt has let go the motor will either turn over really quick due to no compre … ssion or not at all due to being seized pistons jamming on valves. While every reasonable effort is made to ensure the accuracy of this data, we are not responsible for any errors or omissions contained on these pages.
It handles like a car. The 2010 4-cylinder 4Runner also has a chain. The dealer says it is the timing chain which needs replacing along with tentioners. . Does My Toyota Have A Timing Belt Or A Timing Chain? I am a little suspect as i thought timing chains lasted alot longer than this, Any oppinions on this greatly appreciated, as they now want over £400. The interference question was regarding if the valves or pistons might have got damaged when the chain moved and changed the coordination of valves and pistons? Specifications, features, equipment, technical data, performance figures, options, and color and trim are based upon information available at time of publication, are subject to change without notice, and are for mainland U. Loosen, then remove the drivebelts.
Everyone should get their maintenance and repair performed by someone whom they trust. The lower should have been removed with the removal of the mount. Tried it but after 5hrs at high heat i still kept breaking my teeth on those white things that you hit , whoever said it was right enough 'A good walk wasted' look forward to many chats on the forum and thx for the welcome Woody Woody A good walk wasted!! Install the new timing belt, making sure the crankshaft and camshaft sprocket timing marks still line up once the new belt is on. If it is indeed a chain, there is no reason to replace it at 95,000 miles or maybe even at 195,000 miles unless there is a definite indication that it is going bad. Of course, I had to remove the valve cover every 12,000 miles to adjust the valves. Before putting the new pump on, make sure you remove any gasket material from the block. Have your vehicle inspected in a repair shop annually to keep it safe.
Tundra If you own a 2000 to 2004 V6 Tundra get ready for a replacement by 60k miles. The can get dirty causing hesitation on acceleration. If you have any other questions, just take a look at the image below. It seems the dealer has not got a clue! This is something important to know! Remove the accessory belts from the power steering pump and alternator and remove the alternator. Owners of 4-cylinder Highlanders from 2001 to 2007 and V6s from 2008 on have chains, however, so no belt is needed.
Use a breaker bar and socket on the crank bolt. There was no noise from the timing chain at all. It may never cause trouble. Regular oil changes will help the engine last longer. Corolla Owners of 4-cylinder Corollas from 1990 to 1997 will have a timing belt that needs to be replaced every 60k miles to avoid potential damage from a broken belt.
You will need specialty tools that are not always found in the average home garage. Reinstall passenger side front wheel, lower vehicle. Air tools make a huge difference. I took compression reading twice and they were low as noted above. It easy to tell look at you sienna and see if there a timing belt cover. In your case, it is pretty obvious which one is being honest and which one is a thief in overalls. Change transmission fluid regularly; it's best to use genuine Toyota transmission fluid.
Measure against new one to make sure you have the proper part. I am just loading you up with conversation starters, my friend. . Of course, happy it is, but wondered how it could. Remove this bracket, then remove the remaining water pump bolts. The dealer says it is the timing chain which needs replacing along with tentioners. Remove the timing cover - upper and lower.
This caused the timing chain to jump time and this resulted in numerous damaged valves. I have 2 different opinions on when to change the timing chain on my 2001 Rav4 with 95,000 miles. The car was finally disposed of at 280,000 miles without needing another chain. But I am an absolute beginner! Are there any symptoms, such as the noise of the chain hitting the inside of the chain cover? The tight turning circle makes it maneuverable around town. I have a Rav 4 Giant, 1999 model 2. Can you imagine going through all this crap just to have a leak? Tried starting the car again, just to see, and after cranking a bit it sputtered to a start with a puff of gray smoke and now is running fine.
After reading this nifty little article you will be in the know and can tell all your friends about your timing belt or chain… and visit the less often. If damage occurs, it takes an extensive amount of time to remove the head, plus costly repairs involve replacing misshapen valves, which could bend as the piston hits the valves when the belt breaks. Commonly the smoke is caused by bad valve seals. Any shortcuts you know of, or is it as described in the manuals? Controls are conveniently located and easy to use. When front wheels start slipping, more power is transferred to rear wheels and visa versa.