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Where can i find instructions to set the timing belt on a 2000 toyota solara. belt broke while car was driving

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Google 2000 toyota solara helms manual. that is the complete mechanics guide to all possible repair work that can be done on the vehicle along with good diagrams and lal model numbers for parts


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