Question about 2005 Toyota Corolla
Dear Belt-Assassin..........first off......if you have successfully changed your serpentine belt on your corolla....CONGRATS!!! Welcome to the beautiful world of automotive repair!!!! When you change your serp belt its always a good idea to also inspect your pulleys and make sure none are bent or damaged in any way....also spin them to see if you have any excessive bearing noise....you can't miss that noise!!!!! It would actually sound like chaos with the engine runnin!!!! When ya change the belt.....a little attention to your internals of your motor wouldn't hurt....have you replaced the spark plugs? Those are quick and easy.....how bout the engine air filter? Cabin air filter? Oil and filter? Take a peek at your coolant....should have a colored tint to it....does it look diluted? If so take and extra 20 minutes and drain and refill that......a little love goes a long way with an internal combustion engine....HOPE I HELPED!!
Posted on Nov 16, 2009
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