2003 Toyota Camry Q&A

2003 Toyota Camry Question: Timing belt replacement, when and what else

At how many miles should timing belt be replaced on 2003 Toyota Camry LE 6cyl? When having timing belt replaced is it usual for the repair facility to also want to replace all the belts as well as the water pump? -
Answer 1
Yep, and I strongly suggest to get the idler and tensioner pulleys, crank and cam seals replaced also - ALL the components that the timing belt runs on and what prevents oil leak (contamination) from the belt Zee. -
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