Emmanuel Mata: Awesome video! :) I've been waiting for someone to come out with clear
instructions on a car like this, I need to do the head gasket on mine, do
you think u can make a video on that?
Johnny Bendever: Well, The truck Toyota T100 DX 1995 3.4 Liter / V6 / 5VZFE was running good
when the water pump started leaking. I decided to replace the water pump &
timing belt along with the front main seal, fan belts, Hydraulic
Tensioner, timing belt, Tensioner Roller. It all went very hard as it was
my first time. Needless to say the engine would not start. It would chug
for a minute and the engine light came on. I dis assembled the the covers
on the timing belt and all the marks are lined up (both cams TDC, camshaft
gear mark lined up with the water pump, and the crankshaft pulley mark on
0. So I replaced the Camshaft Position Sensor 19300-62010 and put it all
back together. It will only chug for a minute and just grind. Wait about 15
minutes and it will do the same thing. I checked the fuel filter on the
engine side and it is getting fuel through the filter. I also smelled the
exhaust pipe after its done chugging and it smells like fuel. Now I noticed
that the crankshaft gear is smaller than the camshaft gears? In my strugel
to remove the crankshaft bolt I know I turned the crank shaft a few turns
more than the camshafts. My questions is as long as all the marks line up
shouldn't I be good on the timing? Any help or guidance you could give me
would be much appreciated.
Matt Golden: Thanks for this video. I have a 96 T-100 with the same engine as in this
video. Do you have a video on how to replace the fuel pump?
Johnny Bendever: Hello, I am replacing the Timing belt & water pump in my 1995 T100 and my
holding tool on the camshaft pulley failed and the camshaft slipped a few
turns when trying to remove the camshaft pulley bolt. I relined the marks
on the camshaft gear & belt, and on the top L&R cam on the belt as in your
video.I also turned it around once like in you vied and it lined up at TDC
& 0. Needless to say the engine will not start. I thought as long as you
reline up the marks it did not mater if the camshaft was turned? Is my
timing off. Any help you could give me would be appreciated.
MyAccountBitch: How much do you figure that would cost in labour? I don't think I want to
tony cox: did your timing belt cover have 3400 4cam 24 valve on it, dont know if i
have the same motor?
Data Mobility Group LLC: Decent quality idlers can be found on ebay as part of a timing belt master
kit and they're not terribly expensive. I paid less than $180 for all three
belts (Gates), both idlers, tensioner, Aisin water pump, cam seals, crank
seal and gaskets (Fel Pros). Kit price was similar for both Avalon and
Damn that pump was gone....good thing it didn't fail on the road.
Conor Nixon: I replaced a lug nut stud and it took me 10 hours. I imagine this would
take me 6 months.
Organicle Man: "Okay so im going to show you how to put the timing belt on" * video skips*
"okay so now that the timing belts on.".... Wow i learned nothing
jessie morales: Well its not that dificult! I did my 1999 and 2000 toyota solara timing
belt and water pump idelers and tensioners too! One note, i would like to
say is that, you need to loose the camshaft gear first by holding the
camshaft wiht a 1/2 wrench wiht the old timing belt on! So on that way you
can remove the water pump! In other words toyota forruners and solaras and
cammry v6 engines are pretty much the same!
IROC TWAN: Thanks for the video I will be working on a 2004 right know
Jorge Santiago: thanks
David Magee: what was the mileage?
justaman6972: wow looks like a giant pain in the ass.
John Happel: Awesome video dude!!! We need more peeps like you that wanna teach someone
to help themselves!!! Nice!!!
centaurus777: 1000 Thanks!!!!!
Bruce Borden: This is a very good video but I did several things different that made the
installation easier, IMO. I just finished changing th timing belt water
pump and both rollersin my 2001 Tacoma 4wheel drive V-6. See next post.
midnite papa: this timing setup is exactly like the 94 4runner model. don't you have to
take both the camshaft sprocket out. Nicely done. how much do you charge
smithraymond09029: This type of job is what separates the men from the boys!
saleem83: Its pretty simple but ppl still freak it up
WBEABLE: I NEED TO KNOW HOW TO CHANGE A TOYOTA COROLLA BELT 2004 TENSION BELT CAN U
hmong power: i got a 89 toyota pickup v6 3.0. it'z the same as the one your working on?
i know yours is a 3.6 but it look the same.
Herson Trigeros: THANKZZZ
samquan123: my toyota 1992 make noise .. like the explanation said.. the water pump it
make noise. time for me to get new timing belt and water pump.
mrpaco8484: alguien sabe cual es el tiempo de una camioneta toyota de redilas 1994
motor 2.4 de 8 valvulas y por q estara gastando demasiada gasolina si el
motor esta recien ajustado
mugr1: @dgl1962 I hate to bother you again, but I'm really having a difficult time
installing my new timing belt. I was wondering if you can help me to figure
out the best way to install the belt. I'm sure i'm doing something wrong
that is why both cams marking were moving each time I release the pin from
Tom Sommer: Nice video. Thanks.
Bruce Borden: First, I did not loosen the A/C. I forced the tensioner downward and
inserted a small allen wrench to retain it in the retracted position. There
is a hole in the tensioner shaft for this purpose. To retract the tensioner
shaft I bought an 8" C-Clamp from Lowes and, after removing the tensioner
roller, I used C-Clamp to push downward on the tensioner arm with the clamp
positioned under the A/C bracket. Worked great. See next post.
Tanner Jenkins: Schley timing belt tensioner compressor (SCH97300). This is your best
friend for doing the timing belts on the 3.4L V6's. You don't waste time
taking the a/c compressor off !
Brian Salers: Seriously...no removing mounts, tensioners or anything. Drain coolant,
remove top radiator hose, fan shroud, drive belts, four fan nuts, two fan
pulleys, top timing cover, middle timing cover, chain wrench and breaker
bar for crank pulley, lower timing cover, the spreader tool mentioned in
earlier comment between tensioner pulley and old water pump pulley, spread
to compress and insert pin into small hole. remove top idler, remove belt.
Redvrt Pilot: Another mess you got into was not taking out the "hydraulic" belt
tensioner. Good luck with that one. You sir are a fountain of
Santiago Garcia: Haha you can hear Mexican music in the background
Matt South: BluPoint makes a special tool for compressing the belt tensioner without
having to touch the A/C compressor. You can buy it from the snap-on guy.
After compressing the tensioner, you insert a pin that keeps it compressed,
remove the tool and change the belt.
snowmoon83: what's the name of the tool
Patrick Devlin: Rock auto has a component kit with water pump, belt and pulleys for about
$150. It has everything but the hydraulic tensioner. As far as the crank
bolt goes, see 4x4wire.com for instructions on a shop made tool that uses
drill bits in the holes of the crank pulley which inserted into holes
drilled into a steel plate welded to a pipe for leverage makes a holding
tool. I purchased said custom tool from some guy locally who had just done
his and I'll sell it when I'm done if anyone is interested.
Devil515151: Thank you for the informative video. Glad I gave you a chance and a full
view. Good job. You really seem to know what you're talking about.
ginglen7: @dgl1962 Yea i looked up between the oil pan and frame and there it was, I
got my long extension ,swivel and 12mm socket on there and got it right
off! Ive had my 2000 tacoma for 4 years dont know if the starters ever been
changed or not.
45ccd: you look like a black will ferrel <3
ginglen7: @dgl1962 Ok thanks for the help.
CuRsE311: First off thanks for the informing video it helped A LOT .... But I see a
few people had problems with the crank pulley bolt... I had the same
problem... An no auto part store in town was any help... I used an impact
and blow torch...no luck... Knew there had to be a tool to hold it but only
dealer had it...sooo I just pulled the starter and wedged the fly wheel
with a screwdriver... Pain in the ass but i hope it helped...
estrelladelnorte1308: at 6:43 whe he refers to "flip" the belt ,doesnt make any sense , i
think........ the number of teeth are the same even if you flip it or not.
Leonardo Saavedra: very good ! thank you i'll do it myself
steinwaygrande1: I`m an ex mechanic by trade. I started my appprenticeship in South Africa
in 1964 working on all BMC vehicles such as Austin, Morris, Riley,
Wolseley, MG, Austin-Healey. All these namesare now relagated to history as
BMC became British Leyaland and finally went broke ! Now at 70 eyars of
age, I just cant bend over the fron of my 4runner to change the timing
belt, but fortunately I can still chnage the oil and filter. I get my "own"
motor mechanic to do the hard work for me.
Vlaimir Ocampo: Thanks!!! This will be my guide on replacing my TIMING BELT for my 3k
TheWcalame: The video was somewhat helpful. The mechanic left out the most important
fact about removing the crank pulley. You need a special tool called a
crankshaft pulley holding tool. Without this, the crankshaft turns when you
attempt to loosen the bolt.
AzDadOnFire: I have a 3.slow 3VZE 1995 4runner that is due for a timing belt change. Do
you have any experience with the 3.0?
Bruce Borden: Second, You don't need an impact wrench to loosen the harmonic balancer
bolt. Let the starter do the work for you. Just use a 19mm socket and a
breaker bar with the handle supported against the driver side frame.
Quickly tap the starter several times and the bolt will magically be loose.
Careful not to start the car. I pulled the EFI relay out of the fuse box
under the hood.
mugr1: @dgl1962 what is the technique when installing a new timing belt? according
the the manual, I need to line the timing belt marking on the cams and
crank sprocket notches...
degrande707: Does that pair of $160 pulleys have to be replaced when changing out the
timing belt just like the water pump? Or can I leave them in? Thanks!
cabrio996: @estrelladelnorte1308 He means to take it all off and turn it the other way
around. The reason to do this is to make sure the timing marks are correct
on the cam pulleys. Getting it out of time could cause damage to the valves.