Question about 1994 Toyota Camry
My Toyota Camry LE 1994 suddenly stopped I tried to turn the car back on and the car wont turn over it just tries. The battery is good and alternator. I looked under it today and found part of a belt with notches on it. I just replaced all of the serpentine belts what is this?
This is your timing belt. The timing belt turns the camshaft and is driven off the crankshaft.
The belt is located under the plastic cover on the engine facing the right fender.
You should replace this belt every 65-75,000 miles.
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
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