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TOYOTA YARIS timeing belt

do we have one and if so how can u check ur timeing and what would i need

Chain is much better than a belt as the belt has to be replaced every 60000 miles whereas a chain only needs an inspectionpossible replacement after 100000. Kevin

yes thats what i thought but for some reason it slipped my mind about the timeing chain.... cant that get off timeing like a belt if u do stuff like the crank pulley for instance

Timing chains are usually unheard of on an economy car like ours. They cost more and also produce a little more noise than a belt. Another reason the yaris kicks ass I think the Versa and Fit both have chains as well.

Quote Originally Posted by nsmitchell Timing chains are usually unheard of on an economy car like ours. They cost more and also produce a little more noise than a belt. Another reason the yaris kicks ass I think the Versa and Fit both have chains as well. Honda is notorious for their use of belts all Nissans use chains.

TOYOTA YARIS Serpentine belt squeals on cold start up after replacement.

Had it replaced almost 3k miles ago. I have a warranty for the work. Just wondering if that is normal. It also squeals when turning is maxed out. Not sure if that is the same belt. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you

MT and ID later this year to finish out the Lower 48. I also am trying to make it to All 4 Corners. Ive already made it to Miami Key West Border Field State Park in San Diego and the Quoddy Head Lighthouse near Lubec Maine. Later this year Ill make it to Blaine and to Neah Bay in Washington and hope to eventually make it to Madawaska Maine. I added some of the pink 50-50 coolant mixture from the toyota

MT and ID later this year to finish out the Lower 48. I also am trying to make it to All 4 Corners. Ive already made it to Miami Key West Border Field State Park in San Diego and the Quoddy Head Lighthouse near Lubec Maine. Later this year Ill make it to Blaine and to Neah Bay in Washington and hope to eventually make it to Madawaska Maine. I added some of the pink 50-50 coolant mixture from the toyota

Quote Originally Posted by auxmike Just tighten it a bit it may have stretched. The colder winter weather can make the belt harder than the summer months thus a tendency to squeal some. Also I recommend OEM only belts... mine was also squeaking a bit when starting (just over 20k miles) me and my buddy tightened it up he also pulled one of the mounts (or something) so it had less slack i guess. he sprayed some lube shit in there and now it seems to not squeak. il prob get new belts at 25k just to be safe also a little off topic but is 25k a good time to check water pump is there only one belt in the yaris

TOYOTA YARIS Drive belt squeal at idle.

OK so I changed the belt . I tightened it up but have a squealing at idle. It goes away at cruising speed when the car is running. When the car is running its fine.But it randomly comes back at idle not always but it squeals when i come to a full stop.It doesnt always do it. I have the crappy dayco brand belt. HELP...

Some glazing is normal. It is hard to tell from that picture due to the reflection. I just installed a Dayco 5040465 today and had no problems at all. From past experience it is not uncommon for aftermarket belts to stretch a bit more than the OE belts. Therefore it may be necessary to tighten them a hair tighter than required. The revised spec for the 2007 yaris is 10-11mm (used belt) not the 11-14 that the manually originally specifies. Since you are using an aftermarket belt I would tighten it a bit tighter...probably 7-10mm. This is how I tightened it use a prybar and pry HARD between the engine mount and the reinforced area on the alternator. If you look in this post the reinforced area that I am referring to is the rounded area that sort of sticks out httpwww.yarisworld.comforumssho...85&postcount1 If you use a very long prybar (24) and pry hard against the areas I mentioned while still holding your prybar fully tighten the 12mm bolt at the top of the alternator. This should fully secure the alternator in the position that you desire. Then fu by tightening down 14mm bolt at the bottom. If you do this with a new belt the belt should have very little deflection. After the 10-15 min run time you should feel a small amount of deflection (7-10mm) which is just a hair tighter than what toyota suggests...and your noise should go away.

your prybar fully tighten the 12mm bolt at the top of the alternator. This should fully secure the alternator in the position that you desire. Then fu by tightening down 14mm bolt at the bottom. If you do this with a new belt the belt should have very little deflection. After the 10-15 min run time you should feel a small amount of deflection (7-10mm) which is just a hair tighter than what toyota

Quote Originally Posted by CTScott ... I have a Dayco belt on my red yaris that I grabbed because it was the only thing in stock at the store that I grabbed it from. I have had to tighten it three times since the initial installation. Thats been my problem... Apparently Dayco belts are like rubber bands they love to stretch I think Ive had to tighten mine about 3 times so far as well.

Quote Originally Posted by bankrobber Same problem here. I installed a new Dayco belt from AutoZone because it was lifetime warranty. Within a few weeks it started slipping at start up. I was lazy and let it go awhile. I finally tightened it and have had to tighten several more times. Starting to slip again. I will never buy a Dayco belt again. I will probably replace it with a belt from toyota soon

TOYOTA YARIS Easy fix for Squeaky Squealing Belt

Ive never posted here before but thought this might be of help for some of you. I have almost 90k miles on my wifes yaris and since about 50k miles the belt squeaks every now and then. I decided to tighten it myself and to my surprise there is no tensioner. You are just supposed to pry on it while tightening. After doing so it was not much better. So I brought it to my local toyota dealership and had

[quoteandrewmcg600027] Ive owned over 30 cars and this is the first time Ive owned a car without a belt tensioner. Its a stupid idea from toyota to not have one. There have been many ideas and inventions by manufacturers that only last a few years cuz they were stupid and Im willing to bet this is one of them. QUOTE] I believe the squeal problem is due to the new flat belts which need beaucoup tension

TOYOTA YARIS Belt Tensioner for the Yaris

After loosening the alternator a few times to replace the pulleys I had a feeling that I hadnt tighten the belt as much as I should have. Sometimes when I start the engine I hear a very short (a fraction of a second) squeak coming from the belt so I knew I had to tighten the belt more. So far I havent figured out a better way than sticking a wooden mallot between the engine block and the alternator

TOYOTA YARIS When is it considered a good time to trade in

Does anybody have any data opinions or advice on when is the best time to trade in or sell a used car like the yaris Is it 1 year 2 years 5 years Depending on mileage Combination of mileage and years I know cars depreciate the most during the first couple of years but then after that is the depreciation rate about the same for each passing year I saw that Tom (yarisOwnersDad) was telling us in his

Quote Originally Posted by nemelek Buying and selling cars is expensive. Taxes and other fee will never be recouped. The longer you keep a car the more it pays for it&8217s self. I had a 88 toyota truck I bought for 12k and sold 18 years later for 3k. The truck cost 500year. (12 - 3 18) A lot depends on the skill of the person doing the deal. Paying too much in the first place or wanting a new car

TOYOTA YARIS Is every 24000 miles correct for replacing serp belt

I have only had my yaris for a little over a year now it has 16000 miles on it. I was browsing around one of the major auto parts websites and they had a banner recommending the changing of your serpentine belt every 24000 miles. That sounds too often to me. However I dont know much about cars so should I replace it at 24000 miles and if so how much could I expect to be chargedwhat is a current fair labor price for that I noticed how tight to reach the belt is on the yaris sedan that I have

by inspecting it so next time youre in for an oil change ask to have it looked at. A simple rule of thumb with a flash light is to look at the side of the belt that contacts the pulleys and see if you see a lot of tiny splits in the rubber ribs. If so its time if not the belt has life left in it. Mine looks great at 60K miles and Ill probably replace it around 100K to not push it too far. toyota

TOYOTA YARIS new serpentine belt

Two weeks ago I changed my belt in my 08 with a generic belt squealled continously. After two weeks of putting up with it and keeping it tight enough I broke down and bought a toyota belt from the dealer for 50 bucks. I had it put in and guess what no squeals. I noted that the new belt is soft with soft cloth in the inside of the pulley instead of rubber. That is what keeps it quiet. Lesson learned. Buy toyota belts so they are quiet.

My OEM belt started squealing after taking that Alternator out a few times upon looking the belt had a lot of cracks in the v-side of the belt. I just replaced it with a new one from Advance Auto Parts and it doesnt squeal any more. Im going to assume that the belt was lose from before and after putting a few miles on it it wore out some and began to fail. My new belt was only 14USD and it immediately stopped squealing when i put it on so hopefully I wont have to get a new belt from toyota.

TOYOTA YARIS Altenator Belt Broken After Replaced by Toyota

So on the 8th of Dec my wife took my 07 yaris into the toyota Dealership I bought it from. There was a loud squeak coming from under the hood I assumed it was the serpentine belt but wanted them to check it first. I told my wife that if they say it was the serpentine belt then to come home and I will change it myself. But she went ahead and let them do it anyways total was 135 with an oil change and

So I called toyota yesterday I thought I would have to lay the smackdown on them and the phone but I didnt have to. I talked to a different guy this time told him the situation and that I shouldnt have to pay for towing. To my amazement he agreed. So he gave me a number to call for towing and the belt will be replaced free of charge. So they towed the car yesterday and earlier my wife got the call

Quote Originally Posted by yaris_guy I dropped my wife off to pick up the car about an hour ago she called me and said as soon as she pulled out of the dealership the car was squeaking so she took it back for them to check it. Holy crap how many times is it going to take them to change a belt Even thought its being handled it sounds like I would call corporate. And I hope you have someone else working on your brakes.

TOYOTA YARIS Lost Serpentine Belt

Hi. Today I was on the highway travelling about 100kmhr when I noticed my temperature guage came on. That had never happened before so I pulled over to check things out. The coolant was definitely hot so I let the car sit for about 15 minutes or so (I also had the ac blasting as it was about 35c outside). I started the car up kept the engine at 80kmhr and about 7km down the road could begin to smell

Quote Originally Posted by NickNickNick I recently had the serpentine belt replaced at the dealership as well in the early winter about 8 months ago. Any idea what a new engine plus labour a belt and a rad cap will cost IS this repair under warranty If so I woul be trying for all I was worth to pin this on them. Its their fault. Might be a waste of time. You want a junk yard engine but i have no idea what they go for. Might be cheap as there prolly isnt much of a market for them given their durability. Good luck and tell us what happens Yeah the mechanic is full of it. Is this the same people who changed the belt One can get a good idea of the value of toyota service from your eperience which should have found the belt problem...

Quote Originally Posted by NickNickNick I recently had the serpentine belt replaced at the dealership as well in the early winter about 8 months ago. Any idea what a new engine plus labour a belt and a rad cap will cost IS this repair under warranty If so I woul be trying for all I was worth to pin this on them. Its their fault. Might be a waste of time. You want a junk yard engine but i have no idea what they go for. Might be cheap as there prolly isnt much of a market for them given their durability. Good luck and tell us what happens Yeah the mechanic is full of it. Is this the same people who changed the belt One can get a good idea of the value of toyota service from your eperience which should have found the belt problem...

TOYOTA YARIS Seat belt buzzer is silenced

I seen this thread on the before hack days. But dont see it now. I was really annoyed by that stupid seat belt buzzer when I take off my seat belt. I wear it all the time but pulling into my neighborhood or parking lots I would release my belt. Then came the Buzz from He&&. I went to my dealer to get my free oil change( I get free oil changes for a year) and I asked my service guy if the mechanic can

I just cant believe how some Dealers treat their customers. Some bend over backwards others are the horses behind. I have a toyotas dealer 2 miles from my house they are the horses behind so I drive 45 minutes to the one I have been with for 20 years and 5 vehicles. If the service guy says no tell him you want to talk to the service manager if this fails go above him to the general manager. It is a

TOYOTA YARIS Belt life 248k on original belts o

Just curious when some of you have changed yours Our yaris has hit 248k km and the belts have started squealing . Car is an 07. Must say.. So impressed with this car Im looking for one for myself to dd. The VW is for sale and going soon

properly changing it every 50-75k (Im assuming he meant milles.....equivalent to 80645km-120968km) as fnkngrv suggests makes perfect sense. Call me crazy but to me it is like a game to see how low I can drive my per mile cost within the first 400000 miles while at the same time being as sure as possible that when something is done it is done right. After 400k Ill buy a new car to compliment my yaris

TOYOTA YARIS seat belt chime disable

Hi from a new yaris owner. Like the car but the seatbelt chime drives me nuts. I use the hatch to pick up and drop off a lot of gardening supplies and having to buckle and unbuckle the belt as I drive around my property is a MAJOR PITA. I saw this technique on the Corolla website to disable the chime. Has any one tried this on the yaris- does it work 1. turn ignition to ON do not start car or touch

Quote Originally Posted by Lewis Hi from a new yaris owner. Like the car but the seatbelt chime drives me nuts. I use the hatch to pick up and drop off a lot of gardening supplies and having to buckle and unbuckle the belt as I drive around my property is a MAJOR PITA. I saw this technique on the Corolla website to disable the chime. Has any one tried this on the yaris- does it work 1. turn ignition

To silence the seat belt buzzer I have tried the sequence mentioned here on my 2008 yaris sedan with no success. Turn key on change display to Odometer turn key off. Turn key on press and hold button within 6 seconds. Hold for at least 12 seconds etc. etc. I am going to cut the 4 wires under seat and then patch them back one at a time until I find the one that triggers the seat belt buzzer. Anyones

TOYOTA YARIS Need new SerpentineAuxilliary belt

My belt squeaks upon vehicle ignition. Further inspection shows small lateral lacerations along the length of the belt. I tried a squeaky belt lubrication aerosol spray to no avail. I assume I will need a new belt Autozone had one for 17. Does anyone want to suggest a certain brandspecification of belt Know any DIYs wimages for removing and installing the serpentine belt (entry level DIY-er here )

the belt dressing is really just used for diagnosis.. If the squeel stops after u apply but shortly returns belt is dry-rotted and time for replacement.. I suggest OEM belts from toyota. aftermarket belts stretch way to much

TOYOTA YARIS Accessory belt starting to slit horitzontally........

was checking the oil this morning and noticed a pretty deep slit horizontally the acesssory belt. honestly it doesnt look good. checked my warranty book and it looks like its covered under powertrain warranty. no aftermarket stuff except for front strut bar. im defeinitely bringing to dealer but i wonder if anyone else had this early problem already.(found one thread but at 36k)my yaris only has 15k

Quote Originally Posted by Lafiro I want to change my belt too. My engine is noisy and I have a sweaking sound coming from it under strain or just driving once the car is hot. Its mostly annoying it hear it when pulling up to a drive through I usualy leave the car in neutral now its that bad. I guess its the belt causing it My toyota wants 100 tax just to hear the issue no more doing stuff for free.

Quote Originally Posted by Lafiro What kind of belt are you buying that it happens all the time Got to stay away from that kind then Someone please let me know where to go to buy a belt sincethe stealership wants 50tax or so. I got mine from the dealer. I think the dealer belts are crap. Maybe I will try the Goodyear ones. Anyone know which Goodyear part is for the yaris [Edit] I think 4040465 is the yaris part for 2007 - 2009.

a year old problem thats getting worse. Maybe it is the belt At lower rpms and with the car in drive I hear sqeaking. Especially worse when I put the car in reverse going into my driveway or pulling into a drive through. It applifies with the steering wheel being turned but like I said only with the car in drive or reverse once the car is warmed upjust coming to a stop after running for a bit. toyota

few times but the noise seems to come back after a few weeks (maybe it just keeps coming loose No idea). Anyways Ive learned to live with it but I am going to try the Goodyear belt to see if that fixes it. I found a place nearby that sells them for 19.99 so I will pick one up maybe tonight and see. In the TSBs there was one for 07s which updated the tension spec for the belt Some 2007 model year yaris

TOYOTA YARIS Belt noise after MI pulley

Ive got some belt noise after doing the MI pulley. Not squeal just an audible (windows down sitting in car) sound of the belt spinning around. Is this just a quality of the lighter pulley or should I have my belt checked again Ive never done a lightweight crank pulley before and wanted to make sure this wasnt normal before I started poking around.

halfway through the idle drops and you can hear it even better. keep in mind that this was taken with the hood closed standing next to the car not with the recorder in the engine bay. think it may be time for a new belt or at least a retension on this one It doesnt do it when I first crank up in the morning but starts 2-3 minutes later (Im guessing as the belt heats up it expands). Does the yaris

TOYOTA YARIS yaris timing belt

what is the timing belt of a yaris is it CHAIN or RUBBER

tightening required). You should not have to touch it. It should be pratically maintenance free for the lifetime of the engine. Sure there is a maximum chain stretch measurement that can be verified at defined intervals but there should be other problems with the car by the time the chain needs replacing (at least in areas where salt is used as a de-icer on road surfaces in the winter). From the toyota

TOYOTA YARIS Which DriveSerpentine Belt to buy

Hi fellas Im having a hard time finding the correct belt for my 2007 1.3 litre yaris. Theres a long list of belts but they dont say for which car also no specs on my manual. Can anyone pick one out here for me or know of any belts to buy in Australia Theres none on ebay au httpsearch.supercheapauto.com.au...k.x0&look.y0 Cheers

TOYOTA YARIS Drive belt replacement

How much do they charge at the dealers Anyone do it DIY style.. My Yari has done nearly 100 k on the clock so far so good. 5 years of ownership the belt looks caramelized. Also shes losing a bit of zip around town. This car was so much fun brand new. Shes starting to show her age a bit. Anyone know how to turn back time and get that mojo back lol When I press the clutch pedal I hear a squeeking sound and its a bit sluggish off the mark now too.

at their price. Around the same time I also had the rear brakes looked at (cleaned) and the parking brake cable adjusted. Yeah. Its a bit much.Going to be busy this weekend. I am changing the alternator on my 1993 Daihatsu Charade g 200 rs. Plus i am changing the rear drum brakes on my Daihatsu to disc brakes. httpdaiforum.netviewtopic.phpf29&t70 Plus of course last but not least. Changing my yaris

TOYOTA YARIS Ac compressor belt breaking

Hi all So this yaris 08 hb AT that I have been looking into buying has me puzzled. I am not mechanically inclined at all When I first talked to the owners girlfriend she stated that he was driving the car down the interstate heard a huge noise and that the transmission fell out on the highway. When I questioned it she asked her boyfriend who was actually driving the car at the time what happened he

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