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Toyota recommends replacement every 90,000 miles or 72 months, whichever occurs first. This is an interference engine which piston to valve damage will occur due to timing belt failure. Hope this was very helpful.

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    Alexander Mimun Aug 20, 2010

    No need to change your water pump, it is not timing belt driven.

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Lookat your owners manuel at 90,000 to 100,000 miles and when you change it you should also change the water pump

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Toyota recommends 90,000 miles, don't let this go over the mileage, if the belt fails it will damage the engine.

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