Question about 2003 Toyota Camry
There should be a belt tensioner on that vehicle, i belive its the Hydralic Belt Tensioner, you will have to 1st loosen a 14mm nut on the belt tensioner pulley then rotate it i belive counter-clock wise to slacken the belt, then tighten that 14 mm nut to hold the tensioner back away from the belt , once you remove the belt you will have to remove the hydralic tensioner also to reset it before the new timing belt can be installed. MAKE SURE you are able to HOLD both camshafts the inner cam sprocket it spring loaded and can jump out of timing if you are not careful.
make sure when u do install the belt to rotate the engine over 2 or 3 times to make sure you have correct lineup of all the timing marks. this will insure you do not bend any valves.
Posted on Aug 25, 2010
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