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1999 camry 34,000 miles do I need a timing belt because of age of car?

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If you are keeping the car, yes. Belt is made of rubber. Rubber is 11 years old. I wouldn't drive it far before changing it...

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No problem just need advice. Have Moms 1998 toyota camry. 30,000 miles. Should I change the timing belt because of age? Same situation with Dads 2wd 1998 4runner 60,000 miles. They will now be driven more.


No way. They usually don't wear until 100,000 miles. Some last for the life of the vehicle. I would change around this time. You should be good my friend.

Feb 17, 2011 | 1998 Toyota Camry

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When should the timing belt be changed?


my automatic transmission light doesn't turn on when you turn the headlights on. Can't see what gear its in at night.

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Belt or Chain


Yes those vehicles have timing belts instead of chains. I have yet to see a timing belt that doesnt need to be changed at some point. Maybe the tech meant you didnt need to change them now. Each manufacturer has their own mileage interval, but generally speaking, anywhere between 60,000 and 90,000 miles they are due to be replaced.

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Transmission problems on my 2004 XJ with 34,000 miles


Lurching? You mean kind of jerking when accelerating? Another person had a similar problem. To not be repetitive, this great diagnostic article points out to six possible causes of this problem:

http://yourhandymanzone.com/Your_Handyman_Zone_How_To_Pages_Vehicle_Car_Zone_Cars_Trucks_Vans_Transmission_System_Jerking_When_Engine_Accelerated_Transmission_First_Gear.htm

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Toyota camry timing belt diagram


anyone have a pic of the timing marks for a 1999 toyota camry 2.2

May 02, 2009 | Toyota Camry Cars & Trucks

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Every 75000 miles you should replace your Camry timing belt.

Nov 18, 2008 | 1998 Toyota Camry

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Need to replace timing belt on 1999 Toyota Camry.


having them changed by a certified mechanic is your best bet,Timing belts are a wear item. Most are to be changed every 60,000 miles for preventive maintenance. They may break causing expensive damage to interference engines due to the collision of valves and pistons as they go out of sync.Having them replaced at intervals is the best way to save yourself from a very costly repair.The task of the timing belt

Jul 29, 2008 | Toyota Camry Cars & Trucks

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