if you don't have a manual which you can buy at a parts store get one if your a mcguiver kind of a guy or girl then what you need to do is take out the #1 spark plug, matter a fact take them all out because it will aid you in spinning the motor by hand. next grab a metal coat hanger and cut the ends off so that you have a strait rod insert it into #1 spark hole ,now with the help of your aprentice turn the engine so that the hanger is at its highest point which is top dead center at that point if you remove the motor mount and timing cover you will notice a pulley on the bottom which is your crank there will be either one ore two pulleys at the top depending on whether the engine is dohc or sohc ( dual over head camshaft or single). now the top pully's have a notch pointing at i believe 12 oclock position if your belt is not broken then grab some white out and mark the position of the pulley's by putting a mark on the pully's and on the surfsce of the engine so if they move and they will you know where to go. if the belt is broken buy the book or call local dealer and ask for a print out of the timing marks, as far as setting the timing of your distributer the dist is connected dirrectly to the camshaft so if your top pully or pullys are lined up so is your ignition timing for the most part . if you do this job i would recomend replacing the water pump because you'll have to remove the timing belt to get the water pump out at a later date also replace as many pully's with smoothe surfaces they are useally called idler or tensioner pully's they have bearings in them and they do whear out.this job should take you 4 to 6 hours if your a bit of a handy person. you will need 10mm 12mm 14mm 17mm 19mm sockets and wrenches what i would do if you have a floor jack and stands i would lift the front side of the car and place on jacks and put the floor jack under the oil pan with a piece of wood 2by 4, remove the tire and the plastic shield to have acsess to the timing cover last thing and ill shut up if you don't have an impact gun to remove the crank bolt i would take large chanell locks and try to secure the pully from moving turn the bolt counter clockwise to remove try to hold pully firmly so as not to scrath the surface remember measure twice cut once great website for car info iatn.com good luck grass hopper .
2000 Toyota Celica have timing chains.
the water pump is part of the timing belt or chain. you have to take the belt or chain off to change the water pump. if you change the water pump, change the belt too.
By taking it to a mechanic
90,000 miles is the recommended mileage unless the car has been exposed to extreme cold or extreme heat, then 60,000. If you change the timing belt have the water pump done at the same time.
Get a manual on your car to do the job right. In short, you have to pull the timing belt covers and timing belt. Get a manual.
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On the 2001 Toyota Celica, the water pump is located to the right of the radiator. A hose connects the radiator to the water pump.
you should change the belt every 60.000 miles or there abouts. i have just had my timing belt snapped because it was not changed after 100.000 miles now i need a new water pump as well
The same way you change the timing belt. the water pomp runs off the timing belt. It,s a pain in the butt.
It's recommended to change the water pump at the time when you replace the timing belt.
It's recommended to do when you are replacing the timing belt.
over a grand
by a haynes book and change the water pump as well cause it is en expensive and they are right next to one another mark new belt put on sameway no timing light needed Go to a mechanic. Dont tell someone to go to a mechanic...If that was the route they wanted to go they would not be here asking how to do it on their own.
Water can be entered into the radiator in a Toyota Celica by way of the radiator cap. It is no longer recommended to use plain water in a radiator. The proper fluid to use on most vehicles is antifreeze that is mixed at least to a 50/50 blend.
Yes. Also change the tensioners and water pump while you already have it torn down
At the same time u are doing your timing belt 90000
90,000 miles. You should probably chenge the water pump while your at it.
It does not have a timing belt. It has a chain that drives the camshaft. OR do you mean the serpentine belt on the outside of the engine that drives the alternator, A/C, water pump?
i want to replace the timing belt of my rav4, so some one told that we have to replace the water pump also, is it necessary can any one answer for this
According to the Gates website the 4.7 liter V8 in a 2003 Toyota 4 Runner has a timing BELT , it is an interference engine , change the belt at 90,000 miles , and it also has a water pump that is driven by the timing belt
no you do not have to change the timing chain when changing the water pump.
Timing belt and water pump $500.00 - 600.00.
The water pump is driven by the timing belt and is located behind the black plastic cover that faces the right side fender.It is recommended to change the timing belt at the same time.
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