Timing belts should be replaced about every 40,000 miles or so more often under extreme conditions, they can and WILL fail with no more then 20,000 miles on them. With many newer motors they are zero clearance which means if the belt goes while motor is running it will bend valves , that will be adding 500 to 1500 dollars to a TIMING belt job
$4 to $5 for Toyota o-ring. Don't use after-market. 1 hour labor. Go to dealership because they will warranty it for 12 months. It may leak again after 6 - 10 months. If u buy the Toyota part and give to your mechanic, u will get no warranty.
Master mechanic are guaranteed for 3 months.
Same problem turned out to be a hair line fracture to the head!
18 to 36 months depending on your speciality.
every 2 months
9 months to 2 years
3 months i think
The Honeywell filter should be replaced every 8- 12 months or as needed.
you need at least six months of hands on traning!
2 months later, that's about April 2 months later, that's about April
Every 2 months
your blood cells
every 6 months i think
An aviation mechanic must get 18 months of practical experience with either power plants or airframes, or 30 months of experience working on both at the same time. Or graduate from an FAA approved school. http://www.faa.gov/mechanics/become/basic/
3,000 miles or every 5 months.
Thanks, no it is just fine. Replaced it a few months ago.
It shouldn't.It shouldn't.
A toothbrush should be replaced every 3 months. It should be replaced sooner if you get an infection or cold within the time you used it.
YES, the pads should have been replaced at the same time you replaced the rotors.
Every 30k or 24 months.
Toyota service recommends an old and oil filter change every 5,000 miles or every 6 months.
Toyota's recommendation is 5,000 miles or 6 months, whichever comes first.
Red blood cells
Roughly 4 months.