Question about 2000 Toyota Corolla
I would recommend buying a shop manual from any auto store.
If you are asking than chances are you do not have the required tools to remove the crankshaft bolt.
Remove the valve cover and verify engine is TDC
Remove all accessory belts
Remove the engine mount on the side of your accessory belts
Remove upper and lower timing chaing covers
Using a 24" 1/2" extension along with a breaker bar and crank shaft holder remove the crankshaft bolt
Remove the timing chain tensioner and remove the timing chain
It is a good idea to replace the water pump and all oil seals while doing this job.
Align all marks (balance shaft, crank, cram, and water pump if it has one) and install in reverse order.
By hand this should take 2-3 hours with the right tools
With air tools this should take 1 hour for the average joe or at least it only takes me 45 min to an hour.
Posted on Aug 16, 2008
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