Question about 2003 Toyota Camry
Make Sure Your Adjusting is loose and your Belt correcly sitting on the Sleave From the Bottom of the Cranck Pully I See So Many People Re-ajust belt then When Star Engine Belt Broke ...So That Why I insist Sorry For That ... Then check all pully for belt sitting
Slowly Adjust Belt Till it Safe ..Then Turn Engine by Putting A extension Rachet then turn Main Crank Shaft Slowly Complite turn If the belt stay on correcly ..Then Start engine then stop Check again For Belt Position if it Ok ..Your car it fix ... Good Luck
Posted on Oct 07, 2010
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