timing chain belt maintenance change on 2005 Toyota Camry

timing chain belt maintenance change-when

by in Scottsdale, AZ on September 09, 2010
1 answer 3 comments
ANSWER by on September 09, 2010
My book shows 90,000 miles is the mileage that the timing belt requires replacement and you can get a estimate here http://repairpal.com/estimator?car_type_id=4267 and locate a shop near you here http://repairpal.com/directory?address=85255&car_brand_names=Toyota
COMMENT by on September 09, 2010
Thank you so much, hemicuda!! And for the repair shop info too. Is there an instance the timing belt could go bad at 58,000 miles? We live in Scottsdale (desert-land), but usually do not travel dirt roads. Any thoughts? This is my 72 yr old mom's car - she has kept all maintenance must dos. debbianne
COMMENT by on September 09, 2010
Is extreme weather its always better to change the belt early because if it breaks it will cause major internal engine damage
COMMENT by on September 09, 2010
We hve just had hot, dry weather (110 degree days) with hardly any rain. MMy mom will geta 2nd opinion just to be on the safe side. Thanks agan, Hemicuda. Debbianne
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