2000 Toyota Camry Q&A
2000 Toyota Camry Question: oil leak after replacing timing belt, water pump & valve cover gasket
they probably did not tighted something u need to find out where is it coming from and go back to them - aymangirgis
Same thing happened to me and they said not our problem, we replaced the timing belt and water pump, if something else happened it was just coincidence....I said F you... my car was fine until then now it rattles and engine sounds horrible and still wanna charge me to lok at it. I am screwed over again by A$$hole mechanics that get away with murdering your car on you. My actual next step is a lawyer. - Visitor
I'm having the same thing done to my car today because of an oil leak. They said that they have to replace the timing belt and water pump because they work hand in hand. I don't know what to think but it's very costly. - Visitor
We had the Timing belt changed on our 2000 Avalon. 100,000 km. Drove about 250 km - noticed oil all over the road - checked dip stick - 'no oil' left Obviously it has something to do with the timing belt work. Will take it back to repairer after Public Holidays - but assume they will say - 'not our problem just a coincidence'...!!!! Any suggestions..??? - Visitor
there is an oil seal on the oil pump which rubs a groove in the oil pump pulley shaft. need to change oil pump and cam seals when repairing timing belt/ water pump - Visitor
I recently had the front Crank and Cam shaft seals replaced on my 1999 Camry CE, 2.2L 4 cyl. I read in a post that when replacing the Front Crank Seal you can damage the rear main seal if it moves...