Question about 2004 Toyota Avalon
Posted by Anonymous on
Typically any timing belt replacement interval is 60k-75k miles. The book will however tell you 90k. Now it depends on what engine your Avalon came with. The 3.0 is a non interference engine meaning if it does snap, it will not cause any damage to your engine. The 3.5L engine however i dont know if its a interference engine or not but i dont see anywhere where it says it is. As always suggested, change your water pump as well, as it runs off the timing belt. Once i didnt change the water pump and a week later it locked up on me and ruined my perfect new timing belt. Truth be told :) lol
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I always recommend changing the Timing Belt, Water Pump ( since it is timing belt driven) and the Timing Belt Tensioner at 75,000 Miles. Over 75k you are running the risk of one of these failing and it is much cheaper to replace them before they break.
Have a great night and I hope this helps you. :) Allen
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
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