timing belt and water pump parts and labor on 2004 Toyota Solara

timing belt and water pump replacement and 90,00 mile check up, parts and labor

by in Arvada, CO on November 19, 2010
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ANSWER by , February 22, 2011
I am having it done to my 2004 Solara. I am replacing the belt and the water pump and the tensioner if it is worn. Cost is $448 plus tax which will be about $20. So figure on $500. It needs to be done at 90,000. I waited until 101,000 miles so I was living on borrowed time. I love this car and want to do preventive maintenance to keep it huimming along. It has been the best car I ever owned.