Toyota Camry timing belt replacement on 2002 Toyota Camry

My Toyota Camry has 60K miles and I lost my owner's manual. Do I need to change the timing belt soon?

by in Emeryville, CA on February 09, 2009
4 answers 1 comment
ANSWER by on February 09, 2009
Your Toyota camry has a timing chain and it should last well over 100,000 miles more info at Repairpal.com
ANSWER by on February 28, 2009
Recommendion is about 75,000 but 100,000 is probably pretty safe to risk. Mine went to 225,000 before it snapped at a very low speed. If you travel mostly in-city, you can risk it more than long distance driving. If you have insurance tow services that may be limited to 15 miles or so without extra charge, it depends on your situation, and if you want to economize or pay for added security with extra preventative care.
ANSWER by on February 21, 2010
how much does it cost to have the timing belt changed and how long does it take?
ANSWER by on February 03, 2012
YOUR CAR HAS TIMING CHAIN ON IT IS NOT NEEDED TO CHANGE UNLESS NOISE FROM IT OR OTHER CONCERNS
COMMENT by on May 23, 2012
what is the noise that will signify the timing chain on the 4 cyl 2004 camry engine needs replacing. in other words, how can i tell the difference between that special noise and for example a loose fan belt that squeaks at first then disappears?
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