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Old 01-12-2018, 10:23 AM   #1
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Default Parts needed for timing belt and water pump replacement

Has anyone posted a list of parts needed for these jobs? I tried a search but did not see such a list.

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Old 01-12-2018, 12:36 PM   #2
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Has anyone posted a list of parts needed for these jobs? I tried a search but did not see such a list.

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Obviously the timing belt, water pump, and water pump gasket. There is also the gasket on top of the water pump. Other optional parts while you're in there would be the valve cover gaskets, spark plug tube seals, lower tube seals, rear cam plugs, front cam seals, and all the little water lines in front of the engine. I would consider replacing all the accessory belts at the same time too.

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Obviously the timing belt, water pump, and water pump gasket. There is also the gasket on top of the water pump. Other optional parts while you're in there would be the valve cover gaskets, spark plug tube seals, lower tube seals, rear cam plugs, front cam seals, and all the little water lines in front of the engine. I would consider replacing all the accessory belts at the same time too.

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Thanks for your post! I had not thought of those rubber hoses for replacement.

I have to apologize also. I forgot to mention that there's an oil leak coming from the lower timing belt cover. Would that be either the cam shaft seals or crankshaft seal, or something else?

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Thanks for your post! I had not thought of those rubber hoses for replacement.

I have to apologize also. I forgot to mention that there's an oil leak coming from the lower timing belt cover. Would that be either the cam shaft seals or crankshaft seal, or something else?

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Could be the crank seal or even the oil cooler.

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Could be the crank seal or even the oil cooler.

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So it doesn't appear that we can get dealer or AISIN water pumps anymore. What brand of water pump does everyone use now?? Are those Contitech Pro Plus kits a solid choice for belts and pumps?? They even come with cam seals and a lifetime guarantee (based on manufacturers suggested maintenance interval -- 90,000 miles). Thanks!!
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You Should also change the timing belt tensioner.
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Default wholesaler closeout timing belt!

I couldn't resist the RockAuto closeout BECK/ARNLEY 0260302 timing belt for under $10.00; the box said Made in USA.

I would have ordered the CONTINENTAL 40193 but I got one of those Prop. 65 warnings about vendor did not supply information. Stupid vendors and California for not figuring this out; they had many years to do so.

PS: I know this is an old thread but its timing belt related.
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