Question about 1995 Toyota 4Runner
My suggestion is simple. For this repair, get a service manual. Even a Chiltons would work for this one. You're going to need to flip pages for SURE. You will also need some timing gear holders and other assorted tools. Check the book, if you don't have what they say you need, get it before you start. If you try it without what they say, you'll probalby be bending a valve or two. Also, another suggestion, if you have to "ask" how to do a timing belt, you need help. I wouldn't attempt this repair alone without someone who knows what they are doing looking over your shoulder. Use the "phone a friend" option. If you have an auto repair buddy, call him/her in on this one. A second set of eyes will be neccessary. The reason I say this is simple: If you botch it, say good-bye to Mr. Engine. And I love engines too much to not stand up for thier right to exist... Hey, they have souls too, ya know...
Posted on Dec 10, 2009
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