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01 Seq. at 106K miles now and I'm in process of ordering oem parts. Below is the list of parts, which part/s you think is not necessary. Anything else you can suggest.

1. Water Pump ($94.33)
2. Upper and Lower Hose ($9.96, $15.35)
3. Radiator Cap ($9.40)
4. Thermostat ($12.02)
5. PCV Valve ($3.57)
6. Timing Belt ($40.72)
7. Timing Tensioner ($36.26)
8. Timing Tensioner Pulleys (left and right) ($57.25, $56.98)
9. Serpentine Belt ($32.34)

Does the water pump and thermostat gasket sold separate?
 

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It's really a good idea to change the front oil seals while you're doing the timing belt... it's only an extra $20-30 and you won't have to worry about leaks (you have to take it all off again to change the seals if they start leaking).
 

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01 Seq. at 106K miles now and I'm in process of ordering oem parts. Below is the list of parts, which part/s you think is not necessary. Anything else you can suggest.

1. Water Pump ($94.33)
2. Upper and Lower Hose ($9.96, $15.35)
3. Radiator Cap ($9.40)
4. Thermostat ($12.02)
5. PCV Valve ($3.57)
6. Timing Belt ($40.72)
7. Timing Tensioner ($36.26)
8. Timing Tensioner Pulleys (left and right) ($57.25, $56.98)
9. Serpentine Belt ($32.34)

Does the water pump and thermostat gasket sold separate?
Hopefully they put new coolant!! if you are looking for things that should have been done and wanta catch up give this site a browse and i would go backwards to see what was missed!! ya wanta do those gaskets that were mentioned also!! Toyota Parts and Service
 

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I finally finish installing my timming and other necessary stuff. It's a lot of work as mentioned thats why they are charging so much.
 
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