go to this link and follow the steps, so far the best help I have found to avoid over $700 in repair costs...good luck http://www.4x4wire.com/Toyota/maintenance/timing_belt/
Yes, you have to remove the camshaft from the engine to replace the timing gear. The timing gear is pressed both on and off of the camshaft using an arbor or other suitable press. Since there is not room to remove the camshaft in the car the engine has to be out of the car.
no The Chevy Celebrity 4 cylinder engine doesn't use a timing belt, it uses a timing gear. To replace the gear it is necessary to remove the camshaft from the engine as it is a press job. To remove the camshaft it is necessary to remove the engine from the car.
Remove the lower timing belt cover and then the sensor should be to the right of the crankshaft pully.
remove the valve cover,remove timing belt , lossing all caps that hold camshaft,then remove the caps, lift out the shaft.
How do you change a timing belt on a 1998 Toyota Tacoma? And what part do I need to buy?
Under the left side cam under the timing belt cover
Your 2006 Toyota Tacoma has a chain and not a belt. No maintenance is required.
what is the timing marks on the camshaft what is the timing marks on the camshaft
remove two piece oil pan and timing oil pump cover and line up the marks on the chain with the marks on the timing gears crankshaft and camshaft sprockets should show similiar in the book...
It appears that the 1996 Toyota Tacoma has a timing belt.
What are timing marks for 97 tacoma 2.4
Remove the drive belts, crankshaft pulley, and timing covers. Align the timing marks on the camshaft and crankshaft and r+r the belt