Question about 2001 Toyota Sienna
Need to get my timing belt on my 2001 Toyota Seinna replaced and I am getting mixed advise, I am aware that I should get the water pump done at the same time and the Crank and Cam seal if they are leaking, but is there some sort of tentioner that needs to be replaced as well?
All that advice seems correct. You only want to remove all the parts one time to get to the belt. So replace all the other things common to failure so you don,t have to redo the process
Posted on Sep 25, 2009
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