Question about 1998 Toyota T100
I just had this done on my 1998 T100. If it is just the timing belt and
related parts, you can go 90,000 miles under "normal" conditions.
Definitely have the water pump, belt tensioners / idlers and cam shaft seals replaced at the same time. No sense having to get in there again before another 90,000 miles. I had mine done at 70,000 because it was 10 years old. Age does matter.
An independent shop that specializes in Japanese auto repair should be able to beat a dealer's price. Plan on spending $600 - $800.
Posted on Mar 06, 2009
Safe bet on a timing belt is every 60k miles. Remember it's not just the belt - it's the tensioner also, as well as the water pump, thermostat, spark plugs, spark plug wires, all fluids, all filters, brake inspection, tire rotation, and an inspection of lighting and suspension parts. Plan to pay quite a bit if you don't do it yourself.
Posted on Aug 14, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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