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Re: Servicing 2001 Corolla
1998-2008 Corolla has a timing chain. So, your 2001 Corolla does not require a timing belt change, since it does not have one. There is no prescribed replacement interval for a timing chain. your chain will run over 200000 miles or longer.
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I think the engine is misfiring because of cam position sensor.These can be the possible causes :
- Faulty Intake Camshaft Position sensor
- Faulty Camshaft Position Solenoid Valve
- Engine mechanical condition - Valve timing off
- Intake Camshaft Position sensor harness is open or shorted
- Intake Camshaft Position sensor circuit poor electrical connection
use a long ratched and socket, apply force clock wise and remove belt by water pump firts, note belt routing, intall new belt on all accesories leave water pump at last until compresing tentioner, it is a litle tricky good luck
Cam belt is also know as timing belt.
The manufacture recommended change interval is 95,000 miles.
Today T-Belt is also drive the water pump.
I strongly recommend you to change the water pump,T-belt,tensioner,and plastic guide at the same time.
Check for any sign of freeze plug leak on the block while you servicing the belt.
befor replacing cam belt or chains puo two valvse on no 1 cylind to the closed with the cam lobes facing away from the valves replace belt make sure rotor arm pointing at no 1 ht lead then timing is set
You should change your oil & filter every 3 to 5 thousand miles. The more frequently you change the oil, the more life you will get out of the engine. Rotate the tires every other oil change. Replace the air filter every 15 thousand miles. Flush the cooling system and flush the transmission (automatic) every 30 thousand. Change the iridium plugs every 90 thousand. There is no timing belt to worry about, that veh has a timing CHAIN. That is basically it.