If you take care in doing it, you should not have to line up any marks. Before you remove the old timing belt, take out the spark plugs to prevent compression from trying to rotate the crank.Line up the cam shaft so that you can maintain its position easily and mark it and the block so you have a line. Then mark the crank and the block so you have a line to guide you by if some part should rotate accidently.You will have to loosen the tensioner then remove the belt. Replace it starting at the top and do not turn any of the parts.
If I am too late, and you have removed the old belt and parts rotated, then you must set everything to tdc. Set the number 1 piston to the top of its stroke, and then aligne the cam so that both valves are closed for number 1 piston. you will then be close for the timing marks on the cam and the crank shaft. They should be close together to be correct. That is both marks should be towards the center of the motor.
4cyl chain, 6cyl belt
It depends on the engine. I have a 2002 Camry XLE with a 4cyl which has VVTi and it has a chain.
4cyl. engine does not have timing belt,6cyl timing belt and water pump should be replaced every 100k miles
what is a code 21 on 1993 Toyota Camry 4cyl
belt, 2.4 4cyl has chains, 3.0 or 3.3 v6 uses belts
The crankshaft position sensor must be behind the timing belt cover next to the crankshaft and behind the crankshaft pulley. The camshaft position sensor is again under the timing belt cover next to the camshaft and behind and the camshaft pulley. Is it the same place in 2000 Camry 4Cyl? Do you have pictures of the location? Hard or easy to replace, and what tools do I need? Thanks alot
Yes. The 4cyl had timing chains
No the 4cyl and 6cyl transmissions are different.
There isn't one the vehicle on the vehicle, the 4cyl motor is belt driven and the timing is dictated by having the gears aligned when a tbelt service is done. The timing is also piggy backed by other sensors on the vehicle
A timing belt. I think the 4cyl 2.4L has timing chain, the 3.0V6 has timing belt.
I lined up the marks that i could see,...it started ok ..but number 1 cylinder has 0 compression... figures it bent a valve when the belt broke
2003 Honda accord 4cyl doesnot have a timeingbelt.2003[ 4cyl] and lator have a timing chain that may not need to be replaced ever .
The 2006 Toyota RAV4 4cyl has a timing chain.
The maintenance costs should be practically the same as the V6 Camry, but will be a little more expensive than a 4Cyl Camry.
There is no timing belt; the maintenance-free silent chain is used instead.
You need to obtain a repair manual; check one out at the library.In the manual it will show you how the marks are lined up properly. I hope this helps you. Mark
The Camry has 2 possible engine sizes 4cyl or v6
The Camshaft Sensor on the 5S-FE engine it located on the back of the cylinder head (facing the firewall) next to the back of the timing cover. It is fastened to the cylinder head with a 10mm bolt.
AnswerThe Chrysler 2.2L and 2.5L 4cyl. engines produced from 1981-1995 are non-interference so if the timing belt breaks the engine will simply stop with no damage to engine parts.
Replace the timing belt every 100,000 miles.
1" hole just below the frame opossite side of the starter two 10mm head bolts and cover over it
Yes, the Camry SE in the 4cyl. has 10 more HP than the LE and XLE's on the 2010 and 2011 models.
The 1990 2.4L 4cyl mighty max has a timing BELT. Very easy to change.
If it is a 4cyl then no. It has an upper and lower timing chain. If it is a 6cyl then yes. It has a timing belt, an idler, and a belt tentioner that all should be replaced at the same time.
SPARK PLUG GAP1997 Toyota Camry 2.2L EFI DOHC 4cylThe Spark Plug Gap.044 (In thousandths of an inch