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For the V6 of this model year, it's relatively easy. Best to ensure the engine cannot be started by removing the battery ground cable first. While draining the coolant via the rad petcock (don't ask me how these things get their names), remove the plastic cover over the front cylinder bank. The water pump should then be visble on the driver side of the block below the front head. It is driven by the front camshaft pulley and a belt that uses a small tensioner. You can release the belt tension by hand. The air filter housing cover and inlet that is attached to the air horn (on top of the engine) and anything connected to this assembly, must be removed. There are also a few small hoses, wiring connectors and other paraphenalia that will have to be disconnected. Make careful observations during dis-assembly and re-assembly.
Sorry that my memory is a bit fuzzy on this part, but I recall that some of the pump mounting bolts are what are sometimes referred to as through-bolts (since they pass through something you usually don't want to disturb; in this case the pump housing attached to the block). I was careful not to disturb this housing too much; there may have been one or two bolts holding it in place that did not need to be disturbed. If that's the case, leave them alone and you should not need any other gaskets other than the one for the pump assembly. Always check your new parts for clues to dis-assembly and to confirm you have the right part for the job. Make sure all of the old gasket material has been scraped/sanded of of the block before installing your new or rebuilt pump.
NOTE for other posters: Did you notice that the original poster didn't think to specify the engine he had? Try to provide as much useful info as possible when soliciting help.
I posted "for the v6 of this model.." I forgot about having to remove the battery. This note is posted rather than edited because I don't believe in having to register on a web-site to offer assistance.
You have to remove the motor mount And timing cover,right side splash shield. it better to buy a book and read chapter 2a
You start by removing the air breather, then you remove the 8 nuts holding the top of the motor to the motor mount.Remove the motor mount..You will have to remove the radiator plastic fill bottle to get to the motor mount.Release the tension from the serpentine belt and remove it.You need to remove the harmonic balancer and the water punp pulley..This should allow you to remove the plastic covers from the front of the engine exposing the timing belt...
To change the timing chain on a Toyota motor, you need to first get a new timing chain. From there, take the old one off. You may have to remove things in the engine to do this. Put the new one on, looping it around.
First off, you do not have to remove the engine from any vehicle I know of to replace a timing belt. Secondly, your vehicle has a chain, and not a belt.
Yes. You do not have to remove the head.
remove top engine mount and cut off metal lug that stops engine from lowering enough to remove harmonic balancer. Then engine lowers enough.
I know of no vehicle where the engine has to be removed to change a timing belt.
figured it out! now i have heat.
No. But you do have to support the engine from underneath and remove passenger side motor mount.
No , it is NOT an interference engine ( according to Gates - they make timing belts etc. )
I've only done it on a 3 L so I don't know little details of other engines, but in order to change it on a 3L you have to remove all the belts, undo the passenger-side motor mount, remove the timing cover and loosen the timing belt tension idler, replace the belt and reassemble everything.
at the "front" of the motor behind the timing belt. you have to remove the timing belt covers and, remove the timing belt, and the water pump is one of the the center pulleys i have been told by many mechanics that you have to remove the intake manifold to change the pump because one of the supply pipes are underneath it and you cannot get to them without removing it.
If you have not ever done one it would still be a good idea to consult a manual!The easiest way to change the timing chain is to pull the motor out and remove the serpentine belt and then remove the timing chain cover. After you have done that you will be able to see the timing chain and all the gears and guides. Once you remove the timing chain and are ready to put the new chain on, locate the three colored links. Line these links up with the two cam gears on top and the crank shaft gear on the bottom. There are arrows on the gears to line the colored links up with. If they are not in the correct spot your motor will be out of time and your pistons and valves could collide. Put your timing chain cover back on and put your motor back in.If you don't want to remove the motor remove your right hand front wheel and remove the splash guard and serpentine built to gain access to the timing chain cover. this will be a tight spot to work in and will take although more work( in my opinion.
Remove the wiper arm from the wiper motor. Remove the wiring harness from the wiper motor. Remove the wiper motor retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new wiper motor.
Replace the keyway under the flywheel, change the camshaft timing.
You have to jack the motor up and remove the motor mount on the side of the motor and remove the timing chain cover wich is held on by seventeen 10mm bolts. I will tell you the timing chain kit will run you around 225.00 but if it has slipt or broke your gona have to have the head checked to see if you bent any valves
Not a quick job. Timing belt covers have to come off, which means most of the stuff on the right side of the engine, including the motor mount. the water pump is driven by the timing belt - brilliant design concept NOT. start with timing belt replacement instructions....might as well change the belt while you're there. it is under the timing cover. easy to replace pump hard as hell to get to it. remove tire remove inspection panel then remove all belts then remove crank pully then remove timing cover and there it is. replace timing belt while your at it.
what needs to be remove before you change
If you are facing the motor, it is on the right side, under the plastic housing. To replace the timing belt,you will need to remove the valve cover, remove a/c belt and PS belt. The motor mount will also need to be disconnected and the motor raised slightly.
I am working on that now also. It would be a easy job with the motor out as you have to take off the timing cover and remove the belt. Not an easy job in the car but it can be done. Have to remove motor mount to get to timing cover
very carefully.you must remove the timing belt. you will need to relace that. you may have to remove the motor mount on that side of the engine and jack the motor up from unbderneth to gain access to the belts and pump.MAKE SURE that the timing belt is instaled correctly, if it is not the engine will blow up.
Answer 94 Camry water pumpYou need to remove the front timing belt cover. May need to remove motor mount on passenger side to get the top half of the cover off. Jack up and support engine to remove mount. Mark the timing belt on the camshaft and on the crankshaft so that it can be replaced without changing the timing. Remove the timing belt and you can change the water pump. Nothing difficult, just time comsuming.
No. It is done in vehicle.
At 80000 km if 271 motor.
If the motor is the 2.4L it will be on the back side of the motor,right below the exhaust manifold. It's a job to do. If its a 2.4 the water pump is in the rear of the motor.You must remove the exhaust manifold to access the water pump.Then you must remove the timing chain cover.When you remove the timing chain cover you must remove the timing chain tensioner.Its quite a big job.