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HOW TO CHANGE A TIMING BELT ON A 1994 TOYOTA CELICA

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Every 60,000 miles.

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SOURCE: How often should the timing belt be changed?

It is recomended the timing belt be changed about every 100,000 mi.

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SOURCE: will a broken timing belt on an 83 toyota celica

yes this is an interference engine they did not make the non interference engine yet. but it might not have if you were not going real fast or revving it up high when it happened.

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SOURCE: how do i change a timing belt on a 1990 toyota

This is a 5 on the 1-10 scale. You will have to remove: The serpentine belt, and all pullies on that side of the engine. Then remove the retaining nuts all the way around the timing belt cover. Once you have it off, you will have to remove tension on the belt using the tensioners (2) inside the belts travel. I do not know if you have a single cam or twin, but the proceedure is basically the same. Once the tension is off, you can replace the belt, and reverse the order of steps. I recommend a good sealant be applied to the cover where it meets the block, and a good thread-lock (locktite.) Be sure to align the belt the same as the one taken out and NEVER MOVE THE CAMS!!! IF you do you have to retime the engine from the gear points.

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SOURCE: WHEB TO CHANGE A TIMING BELT FOR A 2000 TOYOTA

Never as it does not have a timing belt but instead has a timing chain that requires no maintenance and should last the life of the engine.

Posted on Apr 28, 2010

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