Question about Toyota Camry
While the belt is off- check the other things that sre turned by the belt--the crankshaft of course won't spin but every thing else you should be able to turn by hand-Denny
Posted on Nov 19, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
hello ive read you questions and the other experts answers and they all have good points i just wanted to give you my point of view
this belt tensioner is to be locked down so it doesnt move once the initial adjustment is made. what i like to do is turn the crankshaft by hand to pull tight the belt on the non tensioner side and this is when i lock down the tensioner .
and yes when a car like this comes in we alway recomend water pump, tensioner , and any other idler pulleys that each vehicle may need also we take care of any oil leaks at the same time . oil or antifreeze getting on the belt will deminish the belt life.
and on your question on the cam brgs being loose , the cam is the length of the engine and it wont move enough to cause this kind of problem you would see a large oil leak first.
just a note
we do alot of customer cars that families take on vacation, and i dont want to be the one to ruin someones vacation by trying to save a buck. and when you are paying labor to have a belt replaced you expect it to reliable again.
let me know if i can help with anything else
Posted on Sep 29, 2008
http://servicemanual.blogspot.com/2007/09/daewoo-leganza-my2000-service-manual.html Try this link. download free manual, has timing specs and more.
Posted on Nov 15, 2008
If your timing belt broke, then it is possible that the valves in your engine got bent, which won't allow the cylinders to pressurize the fuel/air mixture, and it will let all of the mix to flow freely into the intake/exhaust manifold. This can be checked with a pressure tester that is threaded into the spark plug opening. A mechanic should have one, or you can probably find one at an auto parts store.
Posted on May 21, 2009
You can do a compression test, compression should be at least around 128 psi with no more then 20 psi difference between cylinders.
Posted on Jun 08, 2009
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