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Old 04-26-2011, 06:22 AM   #1
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timing belt and water pump kit

i have a 04 tacoma and my water pump is leaking and i'm just gonna replace timing belt,water pump,and everything else. Were would be the cheapest place to get the kit and what is a good brand?
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Check eBay.......seriously. that's where myself and a few others got our kits from. Can't remember the folks I got it from,but all the stuff was good to go.
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IS DAYCO ANYGOOD?
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cause i looked on rockauto and they sell the kit but it's by dayco i'm just not wanting to buy a cheap kit.
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the kit i brought was made by aisin, not sure how good that brand is? got the pump,belt and tensioner for around 300.
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Dayco is what toyota uses as their belts. Toyota just doubles the price. Dayco is the best. Though I did a water pump on my tundra and a year later it started weaping. It was a bosch WP. I went to toyota and they recomended a toyota water pump cuz it wouldn't go bad like that that fast. I would suggest the same to you. Cuz when the water pump went bad I had to do it all over again. I would personally do all the pulleys and tensioners as well. A lil extra cash will save ya a headache down the road. But I guess that's what's in the the kit. Good luck.
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i have a 04 tacoma and my water pump is leaking and i'm just gonna replace timing belt,water pump,and everything else. Were would be the cheapest place to get the kit and what is a good brand?
How many miles on the 3.4?
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the kit i brought was made by aisin, not sure how good that brand is? got the pump,belt and tensioner for around 300.
I know Aisin from somewhere... i believe they also make PTO clutches. The clutch in my Wright commercial mower is an Aisin I think. To be an OEM in commercial mowers its gotta be pretty stout, I'd guess they make pretty good stuff
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How many miles on the 3.4?
67,xxx
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67,xxx
likewise, i went ahead and did mine at 60k because of a leaky water pump.
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I just did mine this past Friday night, I used the following kit off of Ebay.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...#ht_7550wt_905

All of the parts were there and of good quality and were from Toyota suppliers.

The job took 6 hours, start to finish, taking my time.
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I just did mine this past Friday night, I used the following kit off of Ebay.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...#ht_7550wt_905

All of the parts were there and of good quality and were from Toyota suppliers.

The job took 6 hours, start to finish, taking my time.
i've done mine and jeff's, and its not really that bad of a job.
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i've done mine and jeff's, and its not really that bad of a job.
Only cut my hand twice, stupid AC compressor. Thanks for the advice BTW, the breaker bar/starter trick on the crank bolt worked like a charm.
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Only cut my hand twice, stupid AC compressor. Thanks for the advice BTW, the breaker bar/starter trick on the crank bolt worked like a charm.
no prob bud...glad it worked for ya.
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no prob bud...glad it worked for ya.
I tried the tool that I had made, but damn that bolt was tight! I did use the tool to torque it down during reassembly. I spoke with a Toyota tech, they do the same thing with the breaker bar/starter at the dealership.
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I tried the tool that I had made, but damn that bolt was tight! I did use the tool to torque it down during reassembly. I spoke with a Toyota tech, they do the same thing with the breaker bar/starter at the dealership.
lol, yeah...the tool i had made didnt work worth a shit until reassembly.
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I just did mine this past Friday night, I used the following kit off of Ebay.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...#ht_7550wt_905

All of the parts were there and of good quality and were from Toyota suppliers.

The job took 6 hours, start to finish, taking my time.
Think it's just a typo on that eBay listing that it says 96-03? Or is there really a difference for the 04?

Sounds like doing this myself isn't as hard as it seems. I'm sitting at 96,000 and was planning on doing it around 100,000. But I was going to shop around prices at mechanics to get it done. I've done all of the work on my truck up to this point so I should probably be able to handle it.

jdmcq - I think you're right around the corner from me, want to help? (Or is there another mushroom capital besides kennett sq.?)
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