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Old 11-26-2012, 02:20 PM   #1
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Timing belt / water pump 2002 toyota tacoma

Hi, hope you guy's can help me out :-)

I need to do the timing belt on my 2002 toyota tacoma... I was looking at this "special tool" for holding the crank pulley as I've seen you need to do in other post on the forum. Is this a suffecient tool???

http://www.denlorstools.com/home/dt1...ey_holder.html

Also, what parts do you guy's reccomend I order based on the old "Im already in here I may as well do it" theory?

Any other special tools I need?

Thanks a million :-)
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Old 11-26-2012, 05:27 PM   #3
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i took mine to the dealer a couple months ago, and had them do both... problem solved, no special tools needed.
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i took mine to the dealer a couple months ago, and had them do both... problem solved, no special tools needed.
How much did the dealer charge? Im looking into this too if the price is right.
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http://www.ebay.com/itm/Toyota-TIMIN...4a37e8&vxp=mtr

Here's the kit that I bought , can't help with the tool as a friend that owns his own shop will do the work . Truck will also get all new hoses ( including heater ), radiator cap , and Toyota coolant.
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How much did the dealer charge? Im looking into this too if the price is right.
I want to say around 500...... not sure. I have the reciept in my glove box, I will check tomarrow. Too cold out now
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How much did the dealer charge? Im looking into this too if the price is right.
I want to say around 500...... not sure. I have the reciept in my glove box, I will check tomarrow. Too cold out now
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I made the special tool and wound up breaking my balancer on our old 4Runner with it. Cracked the casting. But I had no problem getting the balancer off with a regular balancer puller and I took the crank nut off with my impact. After replacing the balancer I put it back on with the impact too. It's been 75k miles and it's fine.
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You don't need a special tool. You can put a socket on it with a cheater pipe leaning on the body near the battery then bump the ignition switch. Tighten it back up with a impact.
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You don't need a special tool. You can put a socket on it with a cheater pipe leaning on the body near the battery then bump the ignition switch. Tighten it back up with a impact.
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I want to say around 500...... not sure. I have the reciept in my glove box, I will check tomarrow. Too cold out now
With parts & labor thats a great price!
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You don't need a special tool. You can put a socket on it with a cheater pipe leaning on the body near the battery then bump the ignition switch. Tighten it back up with a impact.

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