Certainly. Timing is critical to an engines operation and a stretched chain wont allow the valves to open and close at the correct time or the ignition to deliver a spark at the right moment.
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.
2004 Toyota Sequoia has a timing CHAIN, not belt, so I would assume that an '03 also has a chain.
Timing chain. If it had a belt you would see the replacement interval in your manual.
Gates ( they make timing belts etc. ) shows ( 90,000 miles ) for the 1998 to 2004 Toyota Tacoma 3.4 liter V6 engine timing belt
If it had a timing belt, you would replace it at 90,000 miles. But this engine has a timing chain and does not have a belt.
timing chain has too much slop and rubs side of timing case
Could be your timing belt.
could be timing It can be many things. I would suspect you have a vacuum leak.
What would be the recommended miles to change out the timing belt on my 2001 Solara 4cyl. with 77,000 miles on it. Would 90K be a number close to factory recommendations?
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I asked someone at Lancaster Toyota in Lancaster PA about when to change the timing belt in my 2006 Corolla, and at first he said 90,000 miles, then paused, looked it up, and said that the 2006 Corolla has a timing chain, so it will not have to be changed.Since I drive a 2006 Corolla, I intend to corroborate that, since I have a lot at stake. But, I thought I would share this preliminary data.I also just called Bobby Rahal Toyota and they told me it has a non-serviceable chain for the timing belt. I have a Toyota Corolla 2006.
No it will not. Unless it has slip so mush that it has changed timing. Check the ignition timing for your car, make sure that it's correct. If not you have to fix it ASAP.
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My 2004 kia optima timing belt teeth fell apart at 93k miles. I would replace it at 80K. System: while your driving the car, the car would turn off while running. Don't try to turn it on to many times cause it can cause other problems. Get it tolled away. thanks
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The timing chain or belt has worn and stretched to the point where it can jump over the gears/sprockets, in which case the engine would be pretty much powerless.
if timing chain has skipped a tooth, the car will run like crap. you would also hear rattling coming from timing chain area as chain is loose and stretched for it to jump a tooth. more likely to have lost a tooth off one of the timing gears. also u will not be able to time the engine correctly in this condition
try using a higher grade of gasolineif that dosent work takeit in to have your timing checked.
no. it happens all the time. you just reset the timing, install a new belt and youre done.
the timing belt is either wrong or you got a bad belt. i would go and ask a mechanic for more help , but, before you do that go and get a new timing belt just to make sure you arent getting riped OFF
The water pump is run off the timing belt. did you have the belt installed by a Toyota certified technician? if not i would definitely check the water pump seals.
Not sure which motor you have but none offered in the full size vans would have a belt. It would be a timing chain and they will usually last the life of a motor as they are internally lubricated by the engine oil of the motor. I have never heard of a broken timing chain under normal use. Usually they get stretched and can become noisy and/or jump a tooth and cause the motor to loose correct timing and run bad or not start.
A close examinination of the images on this web sitehttp://www.sae.org/automag/techbriefs_07-00/05.htmwould indicate that it does not.It has a timing chain. recommended change 90,000 miles.