When I brought my Highlander Hybrid in for maintenance, Toyota service recommended replacing the timing belt and water pump (together) for $739. The rationale for doing both together was that they are next to each other, so it's more cost effective to replace them both before anything goes wrong (to save on labor costs). I understand the need to replace the timing belt, but is the water pump replacement really necessary? It seems very expensive.
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2007 Toyota Highlander Hybrid
Question: Do I need to replace my water pump at 82,000 miles?
THAT IS A PREVENTATIVE MAINT ITEM AND ITS A GOOD IDEA TO REPL B4 IT GOES OUT