1994 Toyota Corolla Q&A
1994 Toyota Corolla Question: timing belt replacement
There is cheap and then there is right way. The car is 18 years old. You should replace the water pump and idler and tensioner pulleys also. That's the correct way. - MATCO57
I agree with Matco57 if the timing belt broke it was due to neglected maintenance,the water pump, oil seals and timing belt tensioner's life are not far behind. - patrick mannion
my corolla 4cy 1.8L has 186000 miles. i had the timing belt (chain?) changed around 80000 miles and wonder do I really need to have it changed again before something happens. It it breaks before ...
im trying to replace my water pump for the first time on my own. kinda scared because i know u have to remove the drivebelt or timing belt in order to remove the water pump. scared cause i know if ...
does my corolla have timing belt or chain? if a belt, does it need replacement at 60,000 miles as i'm being told? at what price?
Should I have the tensioner tightened up or have the whole timing belt replaced.
i have a 2001 corolla that has 130,000miles on it. im planning to drive to florida from california. im worried about the timing belt or chain coz of the mileage. does it have a timing belt or chain...