05 Camry timing belt?
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You can get a timing belt for the 2005 Camry online at places like AutoZone and Auto Parts Warehouse. You can also find this part at most Discount Auto Parts stores.
Advise Changing a timing belt is not considered a beginners job. If you are mechanically inclined (and patient)it can be done and is not particularly difficult. Just remember it takes several hours even for a professional. Most of the cost in paying to have a timing belt replaced is labor. The belt… itself only runs $30-40. The complete procedure can not be given in this sort of forum - it is too involved. To see if this something you would like to attempt, start by getting a service manual for your year and model. The manufacturer manuals are the most expensive but are the best for beginners. Other brand manuals are available at most auto supply stores but can be a little confusing for beginners since they cover several model years and they tend to have a more condensed format (hence their low price). The other issue one should be aware of is tools. In addition to having access to basic mechanics tools, this job definitely requires a good quality torque wrench (possibly two), an appropriate pulley puller, and a good leverage-providing breaker bar. One of the traditional challenges to this job is loosening the crankshaft pulley bolt. Study the procedure as described in a manual carefully before deciding if you have the tools, time and patience to attempt it. A correctly installed timing belt is too critical to your engines operation to not do the job properly. - - - - - Forget about the "leverage providing breaker bar." In order to get off the crank pulley bolt with a breaker bar you have to do two things: get a LOT of leverage, and lock the engine so it won't turn. This bolt has about 300 lb-ft of torque on it because they tighten as the engine runs. Go to Harbor Freight, exchange less than $100 for a 3/4-inch drive electric impact wrench, some impact-rated sockets and an adapter set, and you'll be able to screw that bolt out with ease and speed. First time I did one this way I thought I sheared the bolt, it came out so fast. (MORE)
According to the owner's manual - 90000 miles. Most suggest around 60,000 miles. Went 110,000 on the first belt, 100,000 on the 2nd and the car now has 308,000 miles. If it breaks you're stuck, but at least it's a no-interference engine (4-cyl) and you don't bend valves. The 110,000 and 100,000… mile belts still looked great. If you like to crank up the revs, 60,000 may be a good idea, but do you think they may have built in a little reliability factor at 60K? My belt went about 103,000 miles, and it looked great as well. The other belts (steering and alternator) however, were a little worn. Check the owners manual for Toyota's sugestion. To the writer that said it was a non-interferance engine. If your saying this because it is a 4 cylinder you may be dangerously wrong. Most Toyota engines are interferance engines. To the person that said all Toyota 4 cyl engines are interference type engines FYI all Toyota 4 cyl engines that use timing belt are non-interference engines. I do believe I know what I'm talking about as I've been turning wrench at a Toyota dealership for since 1987. My first belt got 95,000 miles before I was left stranded somewhere. My second one got 40,000 miles and left me stranded in my driveway. Fortunately the loose belts didn't damage the engine. But My advice is to get a car with a timing chain. (MORE)
Well i will tell you this --- i just started mine 2 days ago working on it for 6 hours plus a day and i havent even got the old belt off yet ---- it is a very labor intensive job -- you do have to remove the motor mount and move the engine over a little --- you also should change the water pump whil…e your in there. --- that's another pain to. i am also at that point of giving it to a mechanic because i think that $275 is a resonable rate for labor. --- Good luck (MORE)
Answer . Many people recommend to purchase a Toyota Repair mannual. I think it is around $15.00 USD. The belt cost around $30-$40 and it takes around 4-5 hours to get done. I think if you check out some specials from Toyota Dealer, they charge around $300 for a timing belt change.
if your asking this question, there is a good chance you don't have the extended knowledge to handle this. then it should be left to a professional. however if you are intent on doing this job yourself you should retain a manual such as a chiltons. this will be your ally and pay close attention to t…he timing marks they determine whether or not itll run again. Toyota is forgiving however because most of their engines are non interference and will not break if you don't line up the marks properly. (MORE)
Manual says every 60,000 miles or 24 months when operated under "severe conditions" (lots of short trips, idling, dusty region, regularly below freezing, etc...). I would say in normal circumstances skip the 2 years schedule and go with the 60,000 mile one (you could probably stretch that out eve…n longer since the Camry is a non-interference engine, no damage if the belt breaks, the engine just stops running). Also consider getting the water pump replaced at the same time since it will be accessible during the belt change and not add much to the repair cost. Doing them separately will double the rather extensive labor and both items have similar lifespans. (MORE)
belt. change about 60-90 thousand miles this is correct. chains started being used on the 5 th generation camreys 2002 2.4 4 cyl.
How do you install a timing belt on a 1993 Toyota Camry that has a 2.2 liter engine
The very best advice I can give you is either go to your local library or buy the shop manual at a parts store and read the section that tells you how before you decide you want to tackle this project. You will need to refer to the shop manual as you do the project as well so it would probably be be…st to start with buying one. (MORE)
Answer . The 3.0 Liter V6 has a belt. The 4 cylinder has a chain. . Answer . The 3.0 Liter V6 has a belt. The 4 cylinder has a chain.
The 2002-2006 Camry received the next generation 2.4L 4-cylinder engine (model 2AZ-FE), which combines decent power with excellent fuel economy. This engine does not have a timing belt, it has a chain that does not need to be replaced. The second choice is very smooth and powerful 3.0-liter 24-val…ve all-aluminum V6 engine. Starting from 2004, the 3.3-liter V6 DOHC VVT-i engine is available on SE V6 model. Both, the 3.0L and 3.3L V6 engines have a timing belt that must be replaced at certain interval. (MORE)
It depends od city where you live and how much of work you want to have done. It my city with own parts people pay about $260-300 for timing belt and plus $70-100 for water pump replacement (if you have to change it; it's highly recommended to change a water pump when you change the timing belt, eve…n if it works fine). I also recommend to buy parts by yourself, in our case it saved us at least $100. Be sure that you are buying high quality parts. This is very important to do! I know this from experience. I replaced the timing belt and water pump on my 99 Camry on eyear ago, after being stranded on the side of the road I might add. The parts and labor costed me $250.00 The ca is still running good. (MORE)
I just replaced the timing belt on my 98 camry 4 cly and know it has now spark and im am positive that it is in time
Most Asian cars tend to have a timing belt. If you have a maintenance schedule, see if there is a timing belt change interval. If so, it is a belt.
The 2003 four cylinder Camry does not have a timing belt. The v6 engine should run about $350 at a dealer. If not done at a dealer I would request the mechanic doing the work get a Toyota belt from a dealer. Not only is it a better quality part but it comes with a sticker to put the timing cover tha…t shows you and future mechanics that work on the car the date and milage that it was already done. (MORE)
Hiya, Have put new timing belt on 94 Camry 2.2, not a problem, but the tension pulley is not springing back to tighten belt enough, seems odd that the old belt had good tension, have checked and the new belt is the same length, is there a trick to the tension pulley? thanks.
Yes you can. But you will need special wrenches and at a garage. Also you should buy one of the manuals where you can find description of what kind of wrenches you need and how to change the timing belt for a particular model.
No, it's not. The timing belt is hidden under the plastic protection and you cannot see if open the hood. You can see the drive belt when you open the hood, it's on the left side of the engine.
You get the valves bent and as result you are facing a serious bill (about couple thousands dollars).
looking at the engine it's on the left side under the plastic cover... remove the 10mm bolts to access the belt.
4cyl. engine does not have timing belt,6cyl timing belt and water pump should be replaced every 100k miles
The 4 cylinder engine has a timing chain. Both versions of the 2005 V-6 engine have timing belts. You can can confirm this by calling your nearest Toyota dealer's service department.
timing belt ( for the 2.2 L - 4 cylinder and 3.0 L - V6 engines ) in a 1994 Toyota Camry
Timing Belt ( for the 3.0 L - V6 and the 3.3 L - V6 in a 2005 Toyota Camry )
You need a book as manual. It's almost impossible to do describe all details in here.
No , the 2.4 litre four cylinder engine in a 2007 Toyota Camry has a timingCHAIN
No , the 2.4 liter 4 cylinder engine in a 2003 Toyota Camry has a timing CHAIN
Most likely you did not align properly the mark, it causes the engine to have wrong timing as result the engine knocks.
I haven't looked at one, but I am guessing it is a belt. If you look at the front of the engine,you should see the plastic covers over the belt. A chain would need to be lubricated and would be enclosed with a metal cover.Also,check the maintenance schedule booklet. You will see the recommended repl…acement schedule for the belt. For my 2004 V6,it is 9 years or 90,000 miles [I think] (MORE)
Look in Toyota Nation Camry forum. I believe this has been asked and answered. There are some very savvy members in that forum.
If you are still running the OEM belt,right now. Look in the maintenance schedule. For the 2004 V6 it is nine years or 90,000 miles. I is probably somewhat less for the 2000.
I haven't looked at a 2007,but I would say the V6 has a belt and the 4 has a chain. You can tell by looking at cover around and above the crankshaft pulley. A belt will have plastic covers and a chain will have a sealed metal cover because a chani requires lubrication.Also look through the required …maintenance schedule. You will see a belt replacement at around the 9 year/90,000 mile schedule don't Toyota requires the chain to be replaced. A chain usually begins to make noise and/or jump timing.Very reliable way to transmit power. (MORE)
No , the 2.4 litre four cylinder engine in a 2007 Toyota Camry has a timing CHAIN
I haven't looked at the 07 but will guess that it has a timing chain. Look at the front of the engine. If you see a metal cover,it has a chain. A chain requires lubrication and that requires a sealed enclosure.
It's recommended to change the belt each 80K miles. Most of people change it at 100K.
Timing CHAIN ( 2.5 liter 4 cylinder and 3.5 liter V6 ) in a 2010 Toyota Camry
Yes , according to the Gates website , the 3.0 liter V6 in a 2003 Toyota Camry has a timing BELT , it is NOT an interference engine , and they recommend changing the timing belt at 90,000 miles
Yes , according to the Gates website the 3.0 liter V6 engine in a 2002 Toyota Camry has a timing BELT . It is a NON - INTERFERENCE engine and they recommend changing the belt at 90,000 miles
You don't, it's either broken or not there is no in between. Unless you are very lucky and the belt will slip one tooth without braking. You will notice that because the engine timing will change.
If you want to it properly don't be greedy buy a manual for your car. Timing belt replacement is a lengthy but relatively easy process. But it does require certain steps and precautions which are not usually specified by online sources.
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The timing belt must be replaced every 90K miles. If you tow or drive in mountains you need change even earlier (60-70K).
Dealer suggest about 60,000 miles. Some wait until 100,000 miles and change the water pump at the same time. (The water pump is driven by the timing belt) Up to 1997 it should be replaced every 60,000 miles. 1998-up it should be changed every 90,000 miles. This is not an interference engine.
Yes , the Gates website ( they make timing belts etcetera ) shows a timing belt for the 3.0 liter V6 engine in a 2001 Toyota Camry
I4 engine requires the timing belt to be replaced every 90K miles. I would assume V6 has about the same servicing period.
Yes , both the 3.0 and the 3.3 liter V6 engines in a 2004 Toyota Camry have a timing BELT
The 3.0 L V6 has a timing belt that must be were replaced every 90,000 miles. It is not an interference engine. The four-cylinder has a timing chain that requires no maintenance.
If you are going to do this job yourself, I would recommend purchasing a shop manual or a Chilton book for that vehicle. It will pay for itself with the first job you do.
Depends on the year. On some there is no belt as it uses a chain. You failed to list the year and engine so it is impossible to answer your question.
The 2005 Toyota Camry 4 cylinder does not use a timing belt it uses a chain that requires no maintenance and normally will last the life of the engine.