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How can i identify where my timing belt is on my 2009 toyota corrolla/

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Timing belt is on the front of the engine inside timing cover. This is not a job for a novice, as the belt must be exactly right to avoid engine damage. Replacement takes several hours labor for a good mechanic.

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