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there is usually and access cover on the bottom right behind the oil pan, the bolts are on the back of the flywheel. This is true with most automatics but if it is different I know a guy who has changed these out before that I can ask.
The bolts for the valve cover are atop the spark plug chambers. Locate all 4 spark plug wires, remove them and you will notice large bolts around the top part of the spark plug chamber. You may use an adjustable wrench to loosen. It is very easy and takes about 15mins to perform.
10 MM HEX HEAD SOCKET BIT AND A BREAKER BAR.YOU NEED TO KNOW THE CYLINDER HEAD LOOSE SEQUENCE TO KEEP FROM HAVING CRACKED OR WARP HEAD.YOU NEED HAYNES OR CHILTON MANUAL.BECAUSE SOME EARLY 90S TOYOTA CARS YOU HAVE TO LOOSEN HEAD BOLTS IN SEQUENCE.
first thing is go and buy a haynes repair book from the parts store. they cost around 25.00 or so. they are not that bad to change. with that being said. first unhook the battery, and all your belts off the pullies. then take the valve cover off (on some models) and the hard part will be getting the balancer off unless you have a aircompressor. and then around 10 bolts for the plactis cover for the belt. and you will see the belt the is a idler pully and a ten. pully you need to locate the screw for the ten pully and loosen it up so you can slide the belt off. and while you are that far into it. go ahead and replace the water pump that rides on the timing belt.
Hello vienotkelly: The correct Main bolt torque is 42 foot pounds. The connecting rods torque to 29 foot pounds. The torque sequence for the head bolts and the correct way to tighten the bolts are attached to this reply. Thak You for using FixYa. Roger