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Correct oem Serpentine Belt part number for the v6?

Discussion in '2nd Gen. Tacomas (2005-2015)' started by jross20, Feb 13, 2019.

  1. Feb 13, 2019 at 9:52 PM
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    I've been trying to figure out what the OEM serpentine belts part number is for the v6.

    So far I found the 4-cylinder one and I found one that's for the supercharged v6..
    I also found 90916-A2001... there seems to be some confusion on Amazon as to whether it's truly the right belt.

    Anyone know for sure?

    Less than a year ago I put on an AC Delco belt... already got cracks in it... So I'm going to try OEM haha
     
  2. Feb 13, 2019 at 10:25 PM
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    I can tell you what the bando part number is....
     
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    Don't go by Amazon's part #'s. Always double check with the manufacturer; look up Gates or Bando's websites, or ...
     
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    90916-A2001 appears to be the correct one based on multiple Toyota dealer parts sites.
     
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    A quick Google search for Online Toyota Parts - will reveal countless dealers that sell online and they all have parts diagrams for simple things such as what you seek. Some have better diagrams than others. It doesn't take long to figure out who the real online parts players are.
    As mentioned above, be leery of anything Amazon presents you with.
    If I had a dollar for every time Amazon told me something doesn't fit when it does, I could eat lunch everyday for a week at my favorite greasy spoon.
     
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    Awesome thank you!

    Further proof! Yes!

    Oh I will check that out. I am very disappointed that the AC Delco belt is already wearing out. How long have you had that one?
     
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    I guess about 10k miles. So far so good. I replaced the OEM belt at 125K, it lasted a long time. Kept it as a spare it was in such good shape.
     
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    Modern EPDM belts are far superior in quality. Oem is great, as are dayco, bando, and gates, etc. you should expect any name brand belt to go the full oem recommended interval. You should have zero concerns taking a gates, dayco, or bando belt to 80k or 100k miles.

    There are definitely things that shouldn’t skimp on automotive wise - belts from any quality manufacturer aren’t really one of them.
     
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    It would be nice if Toyota and not the dealer or other service group provided this info.
     
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    Well it would appear that the AC Delco belt is not part of the quality group haha.
     
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    AC Delco timing belts are made by Gates. I haven't compared the serpentine belts, but I'd bet a buck Gates makes them as well.

    Contrary to what some believe, AC Delco doesn't make much of anything.
     
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    Okay. Let's apply some rational thought here. Could it be possible that premature wear is indicative of a non-belt problem? (hint - you should be shaking your head YES)

    Have you inspected your pulleys, both idlers and accessory drive? Is there any lateral play, or resistance? Is your tensioner functioning correctly?

    Rather than spend money on another belt because "brand X is a POS," I suggest you look for a likely underlying cause of premature wear.
     
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    And how much wear we talking here? Small (hairline) cracks are normal. Deep cracks that go to the outside of the belt are bad.
     
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    How bad is it cracked / was it this belt? Hopefully it wasnt. https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B000C9N62S/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00__o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
    Just order that last night :( Was going to swap it out this weekend for the 60k service. And keep the OEM one as a spare.
     
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    Dude... Alright, no need to be a dick about it. A friendly suggestion would have sufficed.
    o_O

    I'll go check it all again when I get the chance. But regardless the belt needs to go for now.
    :rolleyes:

    Some deep, I mean it isn't trashed trashed but it looks worn.
    :annoyed:

    I think it was that one, I do drive 25k a year but still I expect a serpentine belt to last at least 50k if not more.
    :fingerscrossed:
     
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