it should only be $172 Toyota rear strut each and then $110 labor each strut...check out discount tire as they even have buy 3 get one free today for both front/rear purchase oct2009 lasts till 10/18 only.
If you change by yourself it's about $200-300 depending on which struts you pick. If you ask your mechanic to do that it's at least $450 (depending on state and city/town).
toyota recommends that timing belts be replaced at 60,000; however, 100,000 miles is fine. Replace at 100,000 miles as preventative maintenance. 4 cylinder 2002 Camry has a timing chain which does not have to be replaced.
It did when new. It should still unless a key cylinder has been replaced.It did when new. It should still unless a key cylinder has been replaced.
The four-cylinder and V-6 engines in the 1999 Toyota Camry are non-interference engines. The cam belt should be replaced every 90,000 miles to avoid being stranded if it breaks.
About $450-600 only for struts maybe even more plus labor and tax.
At least the slave cylinder. The clutch master cylinder can be replaced at any time.
Both cars should have same kind of engine: either 4 cylinder or 6 cylinder.
It should be replaced when it begins making a noticeable noise.
You have to remove the transmission pan. Although it is only a screen and not so much a filter it should not ever have to be replaced unless the transmission has failed completely.
According to the Gates website the 2.4 and 2.7 liter 4 cylinder engines must use a timing CHAIN , only the 3.4 liter V6 has a timing belt listed to change at 90,000 miles
Toyota recommends every 90K.
completely drained out it should take 1 3/4 gallons of TOYOTA coolant. I emphasize TOYOTA, because it is the best coolant out there. I was a Toyota technician and saw many problems with cheap aftermarket products such as alternators, starters, brakes, and even coolant. I hope you got what you were looking for.
32, when I replaced the ones in my truck the guy at the auto parts store told me that they should have the correct gap from the factory and it should be 32mm. They actually had it. 32, when I replaced the ones in my truck the guy at the auto parts store told me that they should have the correct gap from the factory and it should be 32mm. They actually had it.
Every 90K miles.
Replace it every 90,000 miles.
The torque specs for a Toyota Camry cylinder head is 60 pounds for the inside bolts and 50 pounds for the site bolts. The cylinder head bolts should be tight from and to end alternating.
A broken timing belt on a 6 cylinder Camry will not harm the engine but it will stop it completely. Timing belts should be changed every 80,000 miles as preventive maintenance.
I usually reccommend about every 90,000 miles.
It should be located in the water outlet.
Should be only one.
On the left kick panel you should find a white plastic cover. In it should be your fuse box for your stereo.
Timing chain usually needs to be replaced each 180-200K miles.
it should go right in. I have worked for Toyota for a number of years and I dont see a problem there. Just keep in mind if you have a 4 cylinder use a 4 cylinder trans. Same goes true for a V6