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    It's time for a timing belt change. What can I expect to pay to have it done?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ktundra View Post
    It's time for a timing belt change. What can I expect to pay to have it done?
    water pump cam and crack seal's i think thats all . plan on spending Less then $500

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    My dealer quoted me 610. Will be doing it myself instead.

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    $610 isn't bad if includes the water pump

    Quote Originally Posted by sprchrgr View Post
    My dealer quoted me 610. Will be doing it myself instead.

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    $600 from a dealer is really good. It cost me $600 total but i got the best deal on OEM parts(belt, water pump, & 2 idler pulley's) i could find online and locally and paid about $280-300 for labor to have my regular mechanic do everything. The dealer i got the parts at said about $1,000 for them to do everything.
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    The dealer I bought mine from told me 1100 bucks............that's why I'll be doing mine myself soon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by toml4 View Post
    $610 isn't bad if includes the water pump
    what? are you saying that you have to replace the water pump as well when doing the timing belt??
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    Edmonton Quote $1,700.00 but includes timing belt, water pump all seals and tensioners and new belt. I will look around before I proceed

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    you don't HAVE to but you should. In order to do the water pump you have to do all the same stuff, the pump is just an extra 15 minutes and they often go about the same time as the belt so most people pay the extra money for the part and do it at the same time.

    Quote Originally Posted by pro1tuber View Post
    what? are you saying that you have to replace the water pump as well when doing the timing belt??

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    Someone should make a list of parts that are needed to do a timing belt. like...

    1- Timing belt
    2 Water pump
    3-..... etc.

    So what gaskets are needed? and so on..

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    Quote Originally Posted by trfytoy View Post
    Someone should make a list of parts that are needed to do a timing belt. like...

    1- Timing belt
    2 Water pump
    3-..... etc.

    So what gaskets are needed? and so on..

    I've done this project and had everything replaced I'll Look for my invoice..

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    That would be perfect!


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    Quote Originally Posted by gorpet View Post
    Edmonton Quote $1,700.00 but includes timing belt, water pump all seals and tensioners and new belt. I will look around before I proceed

    I'm need the same thing done on my 2000 and they quoted me $1100 in Calgary (country hills toyota) including the water pump.

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    Default Re: Timing Belt change cost?

    These are the parts generally used and approximate MSRP:

    Timing Belt (13568-59095) ($52.33)
    Water Pump (16100-592750)($136.55)
    Tensioner Assy, Timing (13540-50030) ($51.41)
    Pulley, Idler Right (13503-0F010) ($81.22)
    Pulley, Tensioner Right (13505-0F010) ($80.85)
    Cam Seals (90311-38065) X2 ($14.83)
    Crankshaft Oil Seal (90311-43006) ($9.15)
    Thermostat (90916-03100) ($17.52)
    Thermostat Gasket (16346-50010) ($3.92)
    O-Ring (96761-24019) ($3.00)
    O-Ring (96761-35035) ($3.26)
    RTV (00295-00103) ($13.75)

    You may also want to replace the serpentine belt but I personally do not recommend the Toyota belt. I would use a goodyear gatorback serpentine belt.
    Last edited by tundraboy27909; 02-04-2008 at 04:55 PM.

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    Default Re: Timing Belt change cost?

    Thank you all for your input. The job was long overdue at 116k miles. I ended up spending $624 at the dealer. The job included timing belt, water pump, and drive belt. The dealer said the seals and tensioners looked good and didn't recommend those be changed. They also said it was not necessary to replace the water pump because it showed no signs of seepage and bearings were still tight but I elected to replace it anyway. They did sell me the throttle body and EFI cleaning service for $99.99, pricey, but it feels like a lot more power!

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