2004 Toyota Camry Q&A
2004 Toyota Camry Question: When is replacement of timing belt recommended for this vehicle?
Check your owners manual for service recommendations. Many timing belts get replaced at 60K miles but I have seen some that do not need to be replaced until 90k or 105k miles. Some newer engines have gone back to using timing chains and these engines do not have a recommended service interval for timing chains. So read, read, read your service interval recomendations in your owners manual. - Herb Ackside
Timing belt replacement for a 2004 Camry with 3.3l engine is 90,000 miles...jeez...I wonder why other people answer questions with assignments! I hope you like my answer, it is not an assignment for you! - your.mechanic
The good news is that is has 46,500 miles. (Odometer certified). The bad news is that it has 46,500 miles on it. (I'm sure it did a lit of sitting). The Carfax report had it in Iowa the entire time...
My 2000 Camry has 45,000 miles. I'm told the timing belt and other belts need to be changed due to vehicle age. How does age and mileage affect when to change these belts? Can I wait till car has...