Question about 2002 Toyota Camry
A simple belt replacement is typically about $400 on your car (02-06 Camry V6)
The belt retails for $52 from Toyota.
The book labor time is 3.6 hours (at whatever your local shops charge, typically around $90 per hour)
Common add-on repairs at the time is the waterpump for an additional half hour plus parts, and the cam shaft seals (which are notorious leakers on this engine!) which is an additional 2 hours labor (plus parts). That time is fairly generous though, and most shops (mine included) typically charge much less to add the cam seals..
Posted on Sep 11, 2009
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