Well, that's a toughy. I've changed the chain on my bike any number of times... honestly, that was a bit tricky, too. Make sure the little teeth thingys get in to the parts of the chain where they belong, and *IMPORTANT* make sure you don't get you finger caught in there. That can hurt bad. Lil' bro Tim. timmyp_titoj@Yahoo.com
a 1994 Toyota Celica GT has a timing belt.
From what I have been told by Toyota savvy folk about the 2000-2005 Celica timing chain, it should last the lifetime of the car with no replacement. God bless timing chains vs. belts!!
Your 2000 Toyota Celica has a chain and not a belt. The chain requires no maintenance.
All 1995 Celica's are fitted with timing belts.
The 1.8 liter 4 cylinder engine in a 2000 Toyota Celica has a timing CHAIN
They have a timing chain, which you probably will never have to be replaced.
7th Generation Celicas (2000 and newer) have a chain, not a timing belt.
No! it has a chain belt. it is much more durable and convenient.
Mostly it has a time belt 99% it has a time belt WRONG IT HAS A CHAIN !!
You don't because its a chain!!
You don't. It has a timing chain
They don't have timing chains
The 1996 Toyota Celica 1.8 Liter & 2.2 Liter have a cam belt. Replace it every 60,000 miles.
when it breaks
Type your answer here... I have a 2005 Toyota Rav4 with ninety thousand miles. Do I have a timing belt or chain and how much will it cost to replace it?
The 1996 Toyota Tacoma does not have a timing chain. It has a timing belt. It will cost approximately $600 to change the timing belt.
Timing chain as well as belt cannot be adjust. If the chain has got stretched you have to replace it.
The timing "chain"will start rattling at around the 100k to 110k mark. This is when it should be replaced
The 2001 Celica does not have a timing belt... it has a timing chain. The chain is supposed to last, basically, the lifetime of the engine (at least 250k mi.). If it is the chain you are refering to in your question.. wow.. I dunno. For a shop to do it, I would show up with at least $500.00 (probably more).
It has a belt, replace it every 90,000 miles.
YOU DONT. ITS A CHAIN.