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Need to know recomended factory shedule to replace timing componants on 2004 toyota corolla 1.8

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  • cyclone428sc Dec 04, 2008

    chains stretch, tensioners, and guides wear....is there not a recomended mileage for replacement or service ?

  • cyclone428sc Dec 04, 2008

    chains stretch, tensioners, and guides wear....are there not recomended mileage  for replacement or service of componants ?

  • cyclone428sc Dec 12, 2008

    because it was an innappropriate answer, the question wasn't what are the parts, but the recomended scheduling for replacement... all car manufacturers recomend specific  intervals, times, or mileage for scheduled maintenance.....most cars  need replacement of the belt/ or chain from btween as low as 30,000mi-to 100,000mi , and that was my question....my mistake ..but i should have called the dealer, i just thought this would be quicker

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I believe that engine has a chain not a belt and is not serviceable through maintanance.

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    autodr Dec 10, 2008

    why in the world would you give me an inappropriate mark for telling you the engine has a chain and not a belt? call the dealer and ask how many people schedule a timing chain replacement through routine maintanance. you would only replace if tearing down for another reason and they had to come off. like blew headgasket or something, then i would replace. the guides and tensioners do wear but will rarely break and there will be an audible to signal that beforehand. sorry if i offended you but i did answer the question reasonably

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    autodr Dec 13, 2008

    OK FINE, LET ME CLEAR THIS UP FOR YOU, I CALLED THE DEALER MYSELF, THERE IS NO RECOMMENDED TIME OR MILEAGE INTERVAL ON REPLACING THE TIMING COMPONENTS ON A 2004 TOYOTA COROLLA. I TOOK THE TIME TO TRY TO HELP AND THIS IS WHAT I GOT. THANKS...MY MISTAKE...ILL BE MUCH MORE CAREFUL NEXT TIME SOMEONES ASKS THIS QUESTION.

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    autodr Dec 19, 2008

    thank you, much appreciated. merry christmas!

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