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What is considered normal mileage wear for a serpentine belt in a Toyota Corolla 2006

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5 years or 40-50k miles. Any fraying or damage seen is bad. Squeeking is anoying. Oil or coolant soaked. Stretching too far.

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depending on the shop a serpintine belt replacement on your vehicle will run about $50 - $100 in labor alone. the belt uses the power of the engine to run accessory systems like your air conditioning, powersteering. and vital systems like running the alternator to charge your battery and turn the water pump to circulate coolant/antifreeze in the cooling system. typically on a corrolla a belt will last roughly 50,000 miles before it starts showing signs or wear which are cracking and squealing, if you dont replace it the cracks will get worse over time until the belt eventually breaks. which to be honest takes a very long time.

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Replaciing serpentine belt on 2006 Toyota Corolla


You'll have to remove the engine cover under the bottom so you can position the new belt on the pulleys properly. Get a wrench or tensioner tool and turn the tensioner clockwise to relax the drive belt. Don't apply excessive force.

It's hard to draw a picture with words, but looking at the engine from the passenger side of the car, there are basically two top pulleys, two middle, and two bottom. The drive belt goes around the outside of the two top and two bottom, and on the inside of the two middle.

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Is the diagram on a sticker, on the underside of the hood?

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From the little information you have given me i would quess that the brushes inside your starter are going bad you may have someone check your starter!!

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