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Unread 06-24-2007, 07:37 PM   #1
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Default Doing my own timing belt 4.7L V8. Question?

I am going to do my own timing belt here in the next few weeks. Just wanted to make sure that I am ordering all the parts needed. Also any other suggestions while I am in there.....

Timing Belt
Tensioner
Idler Pulley x2 (left & right)
Water Pump (since I am in there)
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Unread 06-24-2007, 09:13 PM   #2
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I'm still some time away from doing it on mine, but I would look at replacing the small water pipes for the oil cooler by the oil filter as well.

Also you might as well do the serpentine belt, tensioner and pulleys while you are at it.

I don't believe there is anything else on the list to be replaced. You seem to have the main items covered. SOme would say the waterpump, tensioner and pulleys are good for much more than 90K, but it will be PITA to get to later.

ANyway please take lots of pics adn let us know how things turn out.

Good luck.

Oh yeah, obviously you might as well flush the coolant while you are at it

BTW Do you have the workshop manuals for the 4Runner?
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Unread 06-26-2007, 05:30 PM   #3
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I downloaded the sections I needed from the Toyota TIS (http://techinfo.toyota.com/) site. Thanks by the way.
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Unread 06-26-2007, 08:08 PM   #4
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I downloaded the sections I needed from the Toyota TIS (http://techinfo.toyota.com/) site. Thanks by the way.
You might want to check out this thread as well. Really handy way to download all the manuals pretty quick.
http://www.toyota120.com/forum/showt...light=download
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Did you ever do it yourself? What did you find when you went in there?
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Unread 02-12-2008, 06:44 PM   #6
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Yes, I did the timing belt about a month ago. Job was not that hard just time consuming. I wanted to take my time to make sure everything was correct. It took a buddy and myself 1 1/2 days. All I used was the Toyota instructions. The timing belt looked like it was brand new. I had 96,000 mi on it when I did it.
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Did you take photos? Any to share and any suggestions? Bulldog mentioned a few additional items. Did you do any of these?

Gotta do mine asap.

Thanks
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Unread 01-19-2009, 12:07 AM   #8
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I'll post in this thread rather than start another.

I believe I need

13568-09070 Timing belt
13540-50030 Tensioner
16100-59275-83 Water pump, V8
96761-24019 O-ring for water pump
96761-35035 O-ring for water pump

gasket-in-a-tube
00272-SLLC2 Super Long Life Coolant pink

Not so sure I need

13503-0F010 Idler sub assembly
13505-0F010 Idler sub assembly for tensioner side
(which add up to about $120)



Here's what I've found

http://www.partsgeek.com/catalog/200..._belt_kit.html

ContiTech Timing Belt Kit

$161.95
Belt:13568-09070 (TB298)
Idler:13503-50010
Tensioner/brng:13505-50011
This kit does NOT contain the hydraulic tensioner, 13540-50030. If required please order separately.

Any thoughts of things I missed? I have to do this myself. Can't afford to pay labor.
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Mark, make sure to check the service manual pages as to any special tools you might require. I believe you need to loosen the crank pulley bolt as an example. This normally requires a tool to hold the pulley while you loosen the bolt. Not sure on any other special tools that might be required.

Not sure on all the parts required, but the service manual might give you some ideas.
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Unread 01-19-2009, 08:03 PM   #10
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The only special tool that I needed was a chain wrench for taking off the crank shaft pulley. This part of the install held me up for a few hours. I was trying to use a spanner wrench which would not work for this application. Just get a chain wrench and be done with it.
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Mark, make sure to check the service manual pages as to any special tools you might require. I believe you need to loosen the crank pulley bolt as an example. This normally requires a tool to hold the pulley while you loosen the bolt. Not sure on any other special tools that might be required.

Not sure on all the parts required, but the service manual might give you some ideas.
What I've done in the past is remove the starter and insert the hub cap puller side of the factory lug wrench into the teeth of the flywheel. This holds the crank pulley in place while I can remove the pulley. Ingenuity took place when I realized I needed a tool I didn't have and my only means of transportation had its hood up.
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Unread 10-08-2009, 01:40 PM   #12
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I'm getting conflicting info on what I need for a FULL timing belt kit-

Water Pump 161005927583
Timing Belt 1356809070
Tensioner 1354050030
Idler pulley 135030F010
Tensioner Pulley 135050F010
Serpentine Belt 9091602585

Here is what a local Toyota dealer parts dept told me I need-

Hydraulic Tens 1354065010
Tensioner bearing 1350565040
Idler bearing 1350365010
Cam seal 9031142027 times 2
Crank seal 9031140222 (wrong part number, isn't coming up)

These two are not adding up- I do want to do the crank and cam seals- but anyone have a better listing than this??
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Unread 10-08-2009, 03:04 PM   #13
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While doing the Timing Belt, anyone very consider a TRD lower temp thermostat? More Power?

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I'm getting conflicting info on what I need for a FULL timing belt kit-

Water Pump 161005927583
Timing Belt 1356809070
Tensioner 1354050030
Idler pulley 135030F010
Tensioner Pulley 135050F010
Serpentine Belt 9091602585

Here is what a local Toyota dealer parts dept told me I need-

Hydraulic Tens 1354065010
Tensioner bearing 1350565040
Idler bearing 1350365010
Cam seal 9031142027 times 2
Crank seal 9031140222 (wrong part number, isn't coming up)

These two are not adding up- I do want to do the crank and cam seals- but anyone have a better listing than this??
PAUL,

Did you ever figure out what you needed?

Don't know if I need the seals? Did you do them?

Thanks,

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I've now done 2 timing belts (at 200k now). If you have an 2005+, you can't do the cam seals without pulling the cams. I have done the crank seal both times.

I also did the serpentine belt and pulleys I believe.
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