1999 Toyota Solara Q&A
1999 Toyota Solara Question: timing belt or chain
This vehicle has timing belt. - fernando
The 3.0L V6 in your Toyota Solara has a Timing Belt, and Toyota recommends replacing the Timing Belt at the 90,000 Mile Service. It is a good idea to replaced the waterpump and the tensioner at the same time. If the front engine seals are leaking, or even seeping oil, replace them at the same time as well - munkyrench
I only have 25k miles on this car and was told water pump and timing belt needed replace by dealer today during their inspection while changing the oil.
Why do some forums say this model has a timing chain and some a timing belt? How do I know which I have?
DOES THIS CAR HAVE A TIMING BELT OR CHAIN? WHEN DO I HAVE TO REPLACE THE BELT OR CHAIN PER MFG SPECS.
Does this car have a timing belt. If so, when does it need to be changed. email@example.com
And water pump at 90,000. It has 99k. Thoughts