According to the owner's manual - 90000 miles.
Most suggest around 60,000 miles.
Went 110,000 on the first belt, 100,000 on the 2nd and the car now has 308,000 miles. If it breaks you're stuck, but at least it's a no-interference engine (4-cyl) and you don't bend valves. The 110,000 and 100,000 mile belts still looked great. If you like to crank up the revs, 60,000 may be a good idea, but do you think they may have built in a little reliability factor at 60K?
My belt went about 103,000 miles, and it looked great as well. The other belts (steering and alternator) however, were a little worn.
Check the owners manual for Toyota's sugestion. To the writer that said it was a non-interferance engine. If your saying this because it is a 4 cylinder you may be dangerously wrong. Most Toyota engines are interferance engines.
To the person that said all Toyota 4 cyl engines are interference type engines FYI all Toyota 4 cyl engines that use timing belt are non-interference engines. I do believe I know what I'm talking about as I've been turning wrench at a Toyota dealership for since 1987.
My first belt got 95,000 miles before I was left stranded somewhere. My second one got 40,000 miles and left me stranded in my driveway. Fortunately the loose belts didn't damage the engine. But My advice is to get a car with a timing chain.
At 90K miles.
Toyota Camry 97 has a timing belt that should be replaced every 60,000 miles.
you should change your timing belt every 80-100,000 km drive safe
It's recommended to do when you are replacing the timing belt.
Must be changed every 90,000 miles.
Usually people change the timing chain after 200K mikes.
4 cylinder has a belt. You should change it around 90K.
03 camry 4 cylider has a timing chain a 03 v6 camry hmilesas a belt and you change it every 90,000
Toyota Camry 1998 has a timing belt.
It's recommended to change the water pump at the time when you replace the timing belt.
Recommendation: 60k miles for tune up and timing belt change.
Every 60,000 miles.
The timing marks on a 1992 Toyota Camry 4sfe are timing belt replacement marks.
It's not about time. You should change the timing belt every 90k miles.
It's recommended to change the belt each 80K miles. Most of people change it at 100K.
see timing mark for 2003 toyota camry lx 2.4l
I think they recommend to change it each 160-180K miles.
Change it every 90,000 miles.
You need to change the timing belt each 90K miles.
How do you install a timing belt on a 1993 Toyota Camry that has a 2.2 liter engine
The 2.4 liter four cylinder in a 2004 Toyota Camry has a timing CHAIN
timing marks 1993 yoyota Camry 2200
It has a timing belt.
Around 100,000 milesAround 100,000 miles