Vehicle eventually began to pick up speed. I did a quick search and couldn't come up with an answer. Fixable at home by most home mechanics. I checked up the website to see if it had an interferece engine. At Christmas last year, I noticed the oil light coming on at idle- Bad Sign! On January 6, 2003, the second-generation Sienna was unveiled at the.
I have to take issue with the comment. That is, simply using a belt as opposed to a chain does not prescribe interference or non-interference. Took them 4 days to scrub the sludge out with brushes and vatting. If so, just like it would take yourself longer - it will take your mechanic longer and you will pay more for labor and any place. Just changing your timing belt will not tell you if it is an interference engine. Bore and stroke is 87.
This I have found from experienced auto people is common knowledge. It's a great toyota community with many knowledgeable members, some cert. When the second row seats are removed, the bottom of the second row seats, which is similar to a rack, remains attached to the van floor. That is helpful to me and others that will read this post, but if using the Gates website you will get contradictory information. Are you tired of someone else losing their stuff? Mechanics will then start talking to you like this.
Required under the terms of the Emission Control Warranty. PayPal Was it worth a buck? Which is the correct information? I have a 1999 Sienna. Usually when a timing belt goes, you're looking at more than a broken belt regardless of engine type. This does not make any sense to me either. I consider the explanation to be a bit more of the run around that is making you so exhausted. I rarely drive my car more than 1 hour away from home.
Next day I was told that the oil line to the oil cooler is leaking, and there's damage to the engine due to running with no oil. Thank you to everyone who helped me with this question. These guys are absolutely the best. Sometime in 05 or 06 it got changed to 9 years. I am more than willing to take the risk of a breakdown. I would change it due to age Alone. To be safe, have the timing belt changed before the 95k mile mark.
Quote from defrauded : Toyota Mechanic said u need to replace it 90,000 miles and if it breaks I would be in bad shape financially - He's trying to drum up business. Drop me a line See Contact Us- above , I love to share information on fixes I am involved in. As for me, I am changing my oil every 2,000! I took the new tensioner off and put in a hand vise a simple way to test them. There was a whine coming from the torque converter pump. Should I change it sooner then? Part of the bell housing is built into the cast iron body of my diesel transmission. Lastly I would check with local machine shops and see about rebuilding yours.
I brought the car to a level area and checked oil again. I should have known better. I had the van towed in and had the part replaced. The Sienna is currently the only minivan in its class to offer. Just because an engine is designated non inference does not mean it can't grenade like an interference engine, its just less likely under those conditions. .
Lastly, I'd prefer a place that specializes in brands over one does repairs everything since the mechanics usually know most the usual components that fail and are quicker in getting the job done. Engine sounded ok, no warning lights. Someone posted here that they had changed the timing belt out and found it to be a non-interference engine. Every engine had the potential to be an interference engine. Maybe just clicks, just spins, or not a sound at all. If you're still haven't done it at 110000, I'd get worried, it is basically a rubber belt and it will die one day.
An interference engine is one that has insufficient clearance between the valves and pistons if the cam stops turning due to a broken timing belt. Not so with a non-interference engine. Personally I'd say let the shop that does yota's all the time do it. I can't say if the motor is a non-interference type or not, but the determining factor is not the presence of a timing belt. Here is Mira's email below. Because of bad weather condition.
Use at your own risk - we bear no responsibility for any injury or damage caused by the use of this information. The result of this is that all the oil is forced out of the engine very quickly under high pressure. We cannot be held responsible for anything that happens to you using this information. If you have any further questions please respond to this email or feel free to call us directly at the phone number listed below. The engine is a 60 degree V6 design.