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TOYOTA CAMRY 2000 camry timing belt marks

Have a 2000 camry and timing belt never changed. Removed timing belt and replaced waterpump. Marked old timing belt with new one and installed. Could not find any info on google for camshaft and crankshaft timing marks. Startedcar and ran for about 4 seconds and shutoff. So timing is out. Can anyone here tell me qbout the marks and orientation. The camshaft has a small mark and one larger mark on back

UPDATED Have a 2000 camry 4 cyl and timing belt never changed. Kilometers is 168000. Removed timing belt and replaced waterpumpidler pulley and idler tension pully. Marked old timing belt with new one and installed. Could not find any info on google for camshaft and crankshaft timing marks. Started car and ran for about 4 seconds and shutoff. So timing is out. Can anyone here tell me about the marks

TOYOTA CAMRY 99 camry crankshaftcamshaft position codes

I have a 99 camry 4 cylinder that wont start. I got a code tester and the codes are as follows 1. Crankshaft position sensor A circuit malfunction 2. camshaft position sensor A bank 1 curcuit malfunction Some more info. I had the timing bet replaced a few days ago by the dealer. I was told I had a bad valve cover leak. I replaced the valve cover and changed the plugs myself. Afterward there was oil

Was the oil was there before or after the valve gasket change did the engine run OK after the belt change does engine have remote cam and crank sensors mounted under timing cover or are one or both in the distributor The codes indicate the computer is not detecting a signal for the sensor(s). Could be a short or open in the wiring from the sensor to the computer bad sensor(s) distributor issue. Guessing

TOYOTA CAMRY Timing Belt V6

Can someone recommend a place where I can get a timing belt kit for a toyota camry v6 thats a good deal please I have a limited budget. Its for 2000 camry This ad is not displayed to registered members. Register your free account today and become a member on camryforums

no fuel symptom. What happens is that timing belt has ribbed pattern grooves which catch on crankshaft bearing which has ribbed groves that catch the timing belt and turn the crankshaft starting the main engine cyclinders. the timing belt also catches the top camshaft which also has same ribbed catch timing belt turning the camshaft. No timing belt breakes it does not destroy the engine on the toyotas.

TOYOTA CAMRY Camry 5SFE Timing Belt Water Pump Oil Seal Replacement

After doing tons of timing belt replacements I decided to created my own How To website showing whats involved in replacing the timing belt on the 4 cylinder 5SFE Engine along with the water pump and oil seals. The 5SFE is a rock solid motor and I love working on it. Thinking about doing one on the 1MZFE. Lot of pictures. Enjoy . httptoyotarepair.intuitwebsites.comindex.html This ad is not displayed to registered members. Register your free account today and become a member on camryforums

A broken tooth on the camshaft sprocket could lead to possible belt jump which would screw up your timing. I suggest you go to a junk yard a pickup a used one as a replacement. I wouldnt feel comfortable doing long distance trips with a broken tooth. If the belt was placed improperly the engine would be mis-firing and your Check Engine light would come on with an error code of camshaft Position or

To all first time timing belt replacement mechanics. To be absolutely assured that you have proper alignment of your new belt with the crank and camshaft pulley do the following 1. Before removing the old timing belt place paint marks on the outside surface of both the old timing belt and the pulleys. 2. Transfer the paint marks from the old belt to the new belt. You dont need to count the number of

Sorry I was not clear. The tooth is not one that runs the belt. The broken tooth is one on the back (inside) of the gear that does not touch anything but I assume is what the crankshaft position sensor takes reading off of. Second sort of new question My new timing belt seems loose on both sides of the camshaft pulley and the tensioner pulley seems like it is over half -34 way up. I did not replace

Quote Originally Posted by mdiede Sorry I was not clear. The tooth is not one that runs the belt. The broken tooth is one on the back (inside) of the gear that does not touch anything but I assume is what the crankshaft position sensor takes reading off of. Second sort of new question My new timing belt seems loose on both sides of the camshaft pulley and the tensioner pulley seems like it is over

TOYOTA CAMRY 99 Camry - New Timing Belt No Start

1. Engine [4 cylinder] developed a tapping sound and still was able to crank up and drive. 2. Removed the timing cover and the belt was loose after 265k miles on the original belt. [oil everywhere from the cam seal figuring it jumped some teeth] 3. Lined up the crankshaft and cam pullies [the cam gear had to be turned counter-clockwise about 10 teeth to line up after the belt was removed] 4. Installed

Right on Joey. I checked for spark and it was there so I dove back in the timing area and it was not TDC when the cam and crankshaft were lined up in their marks. I removed the belt and turned the camshaft clockwise to the correct position then put the timing belt back on. I hooked up the front ground strap plugged the rear ground strap back up connected the alternator plug and wire and attempted to

When the cam pulley is the correct position the spoke of the cam pulley will be positioned upright. The hole in this spoke will also at its highest point in its arc (high as in the car roof is high and wheels are low) as the pulley rotates around. Look behind the cam pulley (side facing engine) where the camshaft goes into the first bearing mount of the cyl head. These mounts are what hold the cam

Thank you Joey. I have the car running now I was using the wrong mark for the camshaft timing. I found a picture earlier today on a forum which you posted in there as well. The guy was having the same question we were using the wrong mark about 45 degrees CCW from the correct timing mark. I also had to turn my crankshaft once more from the last time I turned it 360 degrees to put it back in the right

TOYOTA CAMRY Need help removing Camshaft pulley

Hi Im trying to replace a timing belt on a 96 camry LE(4 cyl 2.2L) and I want to replace all the seals to stop the oil leaks. Have been unable to loosen the camshaft bolt so far and Im looking for suggestions (pulley keeps turning & Im unable to hold it still while I try and loosen the pulley bolt). Starting to round the bolt head so I figure I should ask for help before doing any damage. Ideas Suggestions

camshaft or crankshaft you do not need to remove camshaft pulley to replace timing belt. crankshaft pulley is normally high torqued. I have one word for you. Actually two. USE ONLY WELL FITTING SOCKETS. impact wrench. thatll do it. dont have one drive to nearest tire shop and ask them to break it loose for you and then hand torque back so that you can manage it with hand tools. will have to be impact

I used the starter-bump method to loosen the crank bolt & I already pulled the crank pulley off. I want to change all the seals to stop the oil leaks so I want to pull the camshaft pulley off as well. Then I can change the seal behind it as well. My next attempt is wrapping the old timing belt around the camshaft pulley and than wrap a strap wrench around that. Not holding out much hope thought. Dont know if there is enough room to get an impact wrench on the camshaft pulley.

TOYOTA CAMRY sv21 cam timing

Hi all. I need some help on the correct way to reset the camshaft timing in a 2litre twin cam 16v camry motor. belt has been off and I am not positive that the crankshaft has not moved a little. I need the steps to make sure that crank and cam are in the correct position before I reinstall the timing belt. Thanks This ad is not displayed to registered members. Register your free account today and become a member on camryforums

TOYOTA CAMRY IV Timing Belt Replacement for a 98 XLE

Does anyone know how difficult it would be to change out a timing belt for a 98 camry xle v6 I have done some in the past. I do not have an impact tool but I know of some tricks to to get the crankshaft bolt out. Do I need special tools A camshaft alignment tool harmonic balance puller Also what parts besides a water pump and belts should be purchased I would think a timing belt kit would suffice.

TOYOTA CAMRY Water pump and timing belt

I have a 2000 camry 4-cyl. with 58k original one-owner miles. Now my question is when do I change the water pump Im thinking I should change the timing belt soon because of the 90k or 6 years whichever comes first. Do I need to replace seals at this mileage also Another route would be to wait until I reach 90k and replace timing belt water pump seals drive belt power steering belt etc. Thanks This

Quote Originally Posted by toyomoho Water pumps on these engines seldom fail. I would have to agree with that statement based on the fact I just tore into my mothers 99 camry 4 cylinder to change out the original timing belt and camshaft seal after 265k miles. The waterpump is still original and working great just like everything else on the car. I perform all of her maintenance and all Ive done since

TOYOTA CAMRY Timing Adjustment

1996 camry 2.2 engine does not have adjustment slot on distributor lock down bolt. I have 4 other camrys with the same engine. They all have a coil pack on the distributor. This one has a coil on the fender well. Is there another way to adjust the timing Used car perhaps someone changed out with wrong distributor Thanks for any help. This ad is not displayed to registered members. Register your free account today and become a member on camryforums

After 1995ish toyota started modifying the ign system system. One modification was to start moving the cam and crankshaft ign timing pickup sensors from inside the dist housing to the area where the crank and camshaft pulleys are. Determine if the 1996 has a cam or crankshaft electrical sensor pickup. If so the distributor location would now be fixed.

TOYOTA CAMRY IV 95 Camry Coupe DX Timing Belt Replacement

Im planning on doing the timing belt replacement myself. This is the biggest DIY car maintenance Ive ever decided to attempt... just looking for any tips suggestions or warnings. Ive ordered the Haynes Repair Manual for the camry and will be using that as a reference for what tools I need to buy and then also as a guide for doing the repair itself. This ad is not displayed to registered members. Register your free account today and become a member on camryforums

You are stating the upper cover is off but the lower one is still on because the pulley is still on. Your procedure is correct to a point which you may already know but for review. If you rotate the crank with the timing belt still installed the camshaft pulley will also rotate. Thus after you have accomplished all the repairs and time to install the belt you will need to rotate both crank and the

TOYOTA CAMRY I V10 What kind of timing check light I need

Hello all I was reading a Chiltons manual for my car and it said I need a tachometer that will connect to my distributor on my 90 camry 3FSE 4-cylinder engine that has a IIA service connector Does anyone know what I need to look for in a tachometer cause I can not find a tach meter that says it has a type or series IIA connector online Can I modify a tach meter to plug into my distributors Type IIA

Unless you moved the distributor the timing should still be within the acceptable limits. The new belt will have the same design as the old. The distributor is connected to the camshaft. If cam and crank pulley alignment is correct when the new belt is installed and the distributor has not been moved the timing will stay the same. For 1990 engines there is supposed to be a service connecter for the

TOYOTA CAMRY IV Timing Belt change for 97

Hello gang Been searching all night for some specifics to little avail. Perhaps not searching the right hot spots My 1997 camry V6 ismay be ready for a timing belt change as its at 99000 miles and 12 years. How DIY is this job Ive tackled other foreign cars timing belts years ago but not sure if there are any particular Look-out-for-THIS dealios for this first-year-for-its-generation camry. Just wanted

So here I am a year and a half later and just now Im tackling the job. Im stumbling upon something I could sure use some counsel on. Probably something simple but not sure.... Havent gotten far. Got harmonic balancer off both timing covers off original timing belt still on and the Factory Service Manual says to have both camshaft timing pulleys pointing up at 12 oclock (or 1130-ish). That part is no

TOYOTA CAMRY IV 1997 timing belt

1997 toyota camry with v6. i am trying to finish a job on my friends camry since the other guy that started is now in jail. when i got to the car the belt was taken off and the tming marks are not at 12 oclock they are at like 9 oclock and there not in the same position so now both cams are not inline with eachother. The crank is also off from the cams and block timing marks. The guy never marked the

Temporarily put back on the lower timing belt cover. Put back on the Crankshaft Pulley and rotate the pulley to set timing to the TDC (Top Dead Center Mark) on the timing belt cover. Turn the camshaft pulleys to the alignment marks to match the back plate.

TOYOTA CAMRY Used Car and timing belt question

I just bought my second camry as my stepson totaled the first one out. I bought a fully loaded and very clean and well maintained 1999 with a V6 engine. It has 173000 miles the previous owner made some entries in the service manuel but I dont know when the timing belt was last changed. Is there some kind of service record at the dealer The previous owner was a girl and I assume not a DIY type so my

I will replace the water pump camshaft seals crankshaft seals idler tensioner timing belt ps alt and AC belts next week. Thanks guys.

TOYOTA CAMRY Loud noise at cold start

I have a 1996 camry 4 cyl XLE with about 65000 miles. When started cold (first thing in the a.m.) there is a very loud rumble from under the car which sounds like a hole in the exhaust or manifold. But the exhaust system is intact according to the people who have done exhaust work on our cars for the past 15 years. When the engine is warm and I start it is somewhat loud but almost sounds normal. When

and I only took to shop because car got stranded on side of road. Found timing belt is not spinning beacause of broken tooth ribbed edges inside of belt not cataching camshaft tooth gear pulley so engine could crank. Local shop did the timing belt routing----replace belt water pump crankshaft seal camshaft seal idler bearing at the tune of around 500(all parts were aftermarket meaning not toyota

TOYOTA CAMRY III 1991 check engine codes

Hi all First post here. I hope Im in the right forum... Can anyone point me to a listing of the check engine codes and their descriptions for a 91 Thanks for the help. This ad is not displayed to registered members. Register your free account today and become a member on camryforums

Not sure if its the same as my 94 but here are the ones for mine. I know the cylinder s go up to 12 cylinders because this is for all toyotas at the time. This included the 12cyl toyota Century which was only availbe in Japan. P0010 A camshaft Position Actuator Circuit (Bank 1) P0011 A camshaft Position - timing Over-Advanced or System Performance (Bank 1) P0012 A camshaft Position - timing Over-Retarded

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Thanks dude. I was able to use your information to find much more. First PCM Power Train Control Module. Next looking at the sticker on my 2011 LE it shows Dual VVT-i technology. Along the way come to find out this is a 2AR-FE engine first seen in 09 camrys. Fun reading found here toyota AR engine - Wikipedia the free encyclopedia then click on Dual VVT-i and find VVT-i or Variable Valve timing with

TOYOTA CAMRY II V20 1988 Toyota Camry

I recently replaced the seals gaskets timing belt on 1988 toyota camry. After running it for a few weeks it started missing real bad - barely got it home. A friend determined it was the distributorcoil and this was replaced. The other evening I checked the timing although timing was OK I did not get a consistant firing from the number 1 cylinder spark plug led (timing light emmision was not consistant)

Im sure youve checked this but are you absolutely sure that the crankshaft and camshaft are lined up to their respective timing marks Did one turn with respect to the other while the belt was off I had an old BMW 318i with over 325k miles that began to act the way your camry acts. I replaced the coil rebuilt the distributor and adjusted the timing -- all to no avail. Although I never definitively identified

TOYOTA CAMRY VII XV50 error code 12

Hope the following is not too convoluted here goes. (this is for a 95 4 cyl dx camry). december 07 after experiencing numerous intermittent starting problems and taking it in to our toyota techs it was decided to simply start replacing parts and see if problem would stop. replaced ignitor first and problem persisted about 3 weeks after so replaced with new distributor (factory specd). This seems to

TOYOTA CAMRY V XV30 2003 Camry code p0012

Hi all I just finished the timing chain and headgasket job (wtimeserts for the block woo hoofunfunfun) Anyway I checked the timing 4 times and rotated the engine several times to check the marks I released the chain tensioner prior to rotating it. The car starts and runs great good power nothing weird happening. I have an active code P0012 A camshaft Position - timing Over-Retarded (Bank 1) reset and

TOYOTA CAMRY IV 96 camry chugging problem

The car 96 toyota camry 2.2 liter 4 cyl. 155000 miles automatic no major engine work yet. About a month ago after driving around the cars rpms would oscillate at a stop. But give it some gas and drive away it would be fine again. It seemed like it wanted to stall while idle (goes from like 400rpms to 1k). Well about 2 days ago it decided to poop out and do this when ever the car is running start up

TOYOTA CAMRY III replacing water pump on 93 camry

Im changing the water pump on a 93 camry 6 cylinder. Is there a way to put the new pump on without taking the camshaft pulleys off As you may know there is a cover across the front of the engine behind the pulleys that the top of the water pump has to slip under. After removing the timing belt and the water pump bolts and studs I was able to force the old water pump out from under the cover. But I

TOYOTA CAMRY Camry died on highway

1999 toyota camry 4 Cyl Automatic - Was driving down the interstate at 70 mph the check engine light came on and the car started losing speed as I mashed the gas pedal it would appear to die and then as I let off the gas pedal it would momentarily revive. This happened for about 4 or 5 times until finally the speed had reduced enough that the car died completely and has not started since. After getting

First off I would like to thank you Pedro for all of your assistance. I lacked the knowledge to give you enough information to make a proper diagnosis. After I checked the camshaft position sensor and it checked out ok then I knew I had a bigger problem. So I finally had it towed to a local toyota shop (non dealer affiliated) and they diagnosed it was the timing belt had slipped. I watched as they

TOYOTA CAMRY I V10 95 camry with 1-mz wont go above 1400 rpm

[hr] I was wondering if anyone could help me out on a 95 camry that has the 3.0 1-mz engine in it. I have a po340 camshaft code stored. I have replaced the camsaft sensor checked the wires going to the ecm replaced the ecm checked the engine timing belt to make sure it was in time and didnt jump a tooth. Still the car is hard to start will start and idle at 800-1000 rpm but has a miss (no engine light

TOYOTA CAMRY IV 1994 4Cyl Oil Leak

My 1994 2.2L camry has leaked around 1 quart of oil per month for many years but recently it has turned into 1 quart per day. I took it to Goodyear to find out where it was leaking and they said it was at a fish shaped gasket on right front of the engine but didnt know the specific name of the gasket and to change it they need to remove the timing belt cover. I want to buy all of the parts and get

the timing belt cover when the engine is running it is the seal on the oil pump drive shaft is leaking. This looks like a typically round lip seal with a metal housing. There is a preformed oring that goes between the oil pump body and a large housing that bolts to the front (timing cover side) of the engine. This oring could look like a fish. Have yet to find this molded oring any place but a toyota

TOYOTA CAMRY Desperately seeking guru

Please please help. My nieces 02 camry LE (2AZ-FE) exhaust cam seized. Towed to my house. I found 1 12 quart low oil. I replaced complete head assembly crank position sensor oil control valve timing components and other on the safe side items. Everything together now wont start. I checked fuel injectors fuel delivery fuel pressure spark timing etc. A friend (mechanic) confirmed my work. I borrowed

The exhaust camshaft seized What happened after this to the engine The cams are chain drive was anything else damaged when the cam seized up. The 03 engine runs OK with the 02 parts Have you checked the electric throttle and TPS for function Dont try to remove the TPS as it is rotated for adjustment then tightened down. If your scope reads throttle plate position compare one car against the other. Injector pulse will vary with computer mode such as cold start hot etc. Many times with mechanical repairs such a blown head gasket etc. When an engine ran before repairs or quit because of a mechanical issue requiring engine disassembly there can be a bad electrical connection camcrank timing off hose disconnected do to an error during reassembly. In this case being mechanical damage electrical why would the pulse width change problems with MAF etc. If looking for more help post at the toyotanation site in the appropriate camry year forum. More members more help.

TOYOTA CAMRY Camry Wont start & is not throwing any codes

I would really appreciate some help here My wifes 94 4cyl camry (non calif) suddenly died on here while she was on the highway. - The ECU is not throwing any trouble codes. - The first thing I checked was for spark -NO SPARK- I replaced the coil and now have spark. I tried cranking it over and it hick-ups a little like it wants to go but does not start. Rechecked install of Coil and assuerd I was at

Pedro thanks for all your help Heres the update from last night Since the timing was 10-15 degrees ATDC I turned the distributor all the way to the right and it seemed to try and cough (combust)a little bit more than it did before but still did not come close to starting I took off the timing belt cover to look at the timing marks. With the crank pulley mark on 0 (TDC) the camshaft marks did not align

TOYOTA CAMRY Car only runs with fuel disconnected

1998 camry 4 CYL. I replaced the timing belt and water pump. The car got really hot afterwards so I turned it off and replaced the thermostat also. Now it will not start It will fire a bit when i crank it but not start..... almost like its not getting fuel. So i disconnected the line right above the filter to see if its pumping fuel and it started right up Fuel shooting everywhere i tighted the line

TOYOTA CAMRY IV Can the valves on a 95 Camry bend

Ok everyone I am not very good with cars so bear with me but recently my 95 camry 2.2L overheated and the timing belt broke. Me and my friend went in and changed the belt and water pump among many other things (distributor spark plugs distributor cap) trying to get it to start again with no luck. I have some other mechanic friends who told me that I definitely bent my valves but I have read many posts

If you are handy with tools either remove the valve cover or upper timing belt cover. Then rotate the crank until the No 1 piston is at TDC on the compression stroke. Remember the crank rotates twice for every one rotation of camshaft. It is possible and has happened the camcrank pulley alignment is 180 degrees off when the belt is installed. You can watch the valve train movement on the No 1 piston

TOYOTA CAMRY Huge oil line leak

Hi.First of all sorry for my english guys.I got 2007 camry v6(40K miles).Yesterday i saw a lot of oil in my garage and i immediately go to the dealer.camry is certified used vehicle and they gave me replacementcar and i supposed to wait for phone call.Today morning they told me that warranty will not cover this.Its engine oil line for vvti system(15707-3102)Its engine component so warranty supposed

Not a toyota warranty expert but thought the drive train was warranted for 5Y60K. The drive train would is engine transmission axles etc excluding expendable parts as accessory belts and coolant hoses. Suggest you read the warranty in the owner™s manual. Would think the VVTi piping system would be part of the engine given it supplies oil to the camshaft rotation system. The cam rotation results in

TOYOTA CAMRY oil seals cam and front crank

I am looking at the oil seal for the cam on front of the engine opposite distributor. Started to pick away at the rubber to get it off and i am scared to force it out and do damage to the metal where seal goes into. Would taking the cam bearing cap right there work.(my valve cover is off) I know it seems that it would be easy to remove and install new one with the bearing cap off. I have to use new

to use a use something like a sheet metal screw. If possible drill a hole in the metal part of the seal face then install the screw and use it pull out the seal. You can also use a special tool that has a hook to grab the seal (auto parts store should have this). The link below has a good article on timing belt replacement. Read the part about removing and installing the cam seal. httpwww.toyotanation.comforumsh...d.phpt264425

TOYOTA CAMRY V XV30 2001 camry engine noise

Greetings I know its hard to diagnose this without actually seeing the car firsthand and I appreciate any insight. This 2001 4cyl 2.2 106000mile 5speed camry has a loud noise coming from what sounds like the front of the engine front of the car or maybe actually the front of the engine itself timing belt area part. It starts right up and runs okay just sounds like a bearing noise. Its not my own car

Suggest you use a section of hose as a stethoscope to localize the noise area. The water pump will be located where the large input hose is from the radiator. Located about opposite this pump under the cover is the oil pump (also belt driven). There are two idle bearings one between the water and oil pumps and one mounted under the camshaft pulley. If water pump take a look around the bottom of the

TOYOTA CAMRY III 1993 Camry Leak

Hi I have a 1993 camry with a pretty severe oil leak. There is a what I would call a metal plate between the timing belts etc and the block. The leak seems to be coming from between this plate and the block. I have changed the pan gasket and ruled that out as the source. The local toyota dealership says the plate might be cracked. (this is without looking at the car). What is this plate called and

That cover houses the crankshaft seal and oil pump. Leak could be coming from either since you replaced the pan gasket. Did you use any RTV on the pan gasket Other possibilityis camshaft seal as oil like anything else will flow downhill. I think your going to have to pull off the two timing belt covers to inspect and clean if the origin is not obvious. While the covers are off you can run the engine to see if leak shows up as long as you replace the crankshaft pulley and KEEP YOUR HANDS CLEAR.

TOYOTA CAMRY Camry committed suicide...

I was driving my 1999 V6 camry and it literally just died. Just prior to it dying the ABS warning light was flickering on and off and then nothing. I managed to get to the side of the road but had to get towed. Im thinking alternator but have virtually no real experience. Anyone have any other ideas and apx price to get it fixed This ad is not displayed to registered members. Register your free account today and become a member on camryforums

ABS light issue may not be connected to the problem. Did the other dash lights come on typical of when engine an dies such as oil pressure alternator etc. If alt issue the light should come on when engine running. If alt not fully dead then reduced battery voltage would cause engine problems such as dim lights hesitation etc. If you have a voltmeter check battery voltage. 12.8v is about a full charge

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