Question about 2004 Toyota Avalon
I just purchased a 2004 Avalon with 106000 miles on it. How can I tell if the timing belt needs to be changed?
There is no real way of telling as there are cords buried in the rubber of the belt that break.Toyota says to replace it every 90,000 mi..I have seen them last longer but that would be your call.If you get it done you should also change the drive belts as they have to take them off and on anyway and you should only have to pay the parts.That is if they are original.Thanks for using fixya
Posted on Nov 30, 2008
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