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any clue just how to change one on a 2007 4.7? Is it hard? I know on my (older) chevy it literally takes less than 5 Minutes, no joke.
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I have actually heard the 90,000 service on the 4.7 is about $1000 at the dealer, so ns don"t think the is a 5 min job.
From my suffer with other vehicles every you have to do is unload the tensioner, (i.e. With a 1/2 drive socket wrench) and also pull the belt off. Then you get the brand-new one routed every the way with the exemption of one pulley. Then you discharge the tensioner again, and slip the belt on. Can be a two human job if the tensioner is really stiff. Simply wondering if the Tundra to be the same way?
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From my experience with various other vehicles all you have to do is unloading the tensioner, (i.e. With a 1/2 drive socket wrench) and also pull the belt off. Then you obtain the brand-new one routed every the way with the exemption of one pulley. Then you unloading the tensioner again, and slip the belt on. Can be a two human being job if the tensioner is yes, really stiff. Just wondering if the Tundra was the same way?
We are talking around two various things. You space talking about the serpentine belt or sometimes well-known as the drive belt. This runs alternatior radiator fan ect. This thread was refering to the time belt which usually keeps the cams and pistons in sink with each other. Serpetine belt is much similiar come the chevy you space referring to and also should be changed around 50 come 75K or as soon as cracks are noticed top top Inspection
very intersting 90 000 miles huh simply bought mine 03 with 103 000 and at the last minute the guy tells me I need to have actually the time belt and also water pump adjusted . Because that 450 bucks or guarantee is void. Guess ns should resolve that timing belt huh. Anyone recognize of anything rather i should watch out for on mine 03 thanks
any clue exactly how to adjust one on a 2007 4.7? Is that hard? I understand on mine (older) chevy that literally takes less than 5 Minutes, no joke.
here is a attach of images from me replacing a T-belt ~ above 4.7. I wish it take it 15mins. Http://www.rememberingsomer.com/forums/tu...d-replacing-timing-belt-etc-4-7-liter-v8.html
Because the former of the 4.9 engine need to come off, an excellent mechanics replace un-broken stuff; water pump, pulleys and tensioner, belt and also appropriate seals and gaskets.
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Timing Chain 5.7OK, getting conflicting info. Time belt or timing chain or dual timing chain ~ above 2007 5.7? If chain, any recommended company reqd?
OK, getting conflicting info. Time belt or timing chain or double timing chain on 2007 5.7? If chain, any kind of recommended service reqd?
We had free-wheeling and also wide-ranging discussions on instead of of timing chains on our dodge trucks. Some said they should be replaced...frequently. My Dakota go 623,000 miles on one chain.I sell that; if the ain"t broke, don"t be choose Obama and "change" it because that something else. Appears to me that, if your mechanic"s diagnosis doesn"t show valves out of sync, there is naught wrong.
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how deserve to you tell if the timing belt has been readjusted ? another member discussed a sticker someplace in the engine compartment.could friend tell by the vin #?,is there a means to visualize the belt without acquisition the front finish of the motor apart ? thanks
how have the right to you call if the time belt has actually been readjusted ? another member stated a sticker someplace in the engine compartment.could friend tell through the vin #?,is there a method to visualize the belt without taking the front end of the engine apart ? thanks
Best and also safest way is to visual check by removing simply the dust cover. Girlfriend can call the dealer if it has actually been maintained there and check history with the vin. The trouble is some techs don"t placed the sticker on.
We had actually free-wheeling and also wide-ranging discussions on replacement of time chains ~ above our dodge trucks. Some said they have to be replaced...frequently. Mine Dakota went 623,000 mile on one chain.I sell that; if that ain"t broke, don"t be prefer Obama and also "change" it because that something else. Appears to me that, if her mechanic"s diagnosis doesn"t present valves the end of sync, there is nothing wrong.
Timing belts carry out not stretch, but they carry out wear out and break. Time chains carry out stretch and also could at some point break. 600K is a lengthy time to walk on a chain.
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The Toyota 4.7 V8 has actually a time belt. Recommended replacement at 90,000 mile or 5 years, whichever comes first.
That"s what the factory recommends. Guess its either to gain you to come the dealer or that some type of shelf life. I have the right to understand if the belt is under too much temperatures or harsh driving. The factory"s offered to introduce to readjust or check every 60k before. I have actually waited longer on several of my cars, yet its a good idea to at least examine the belt to make certain it"s going to last.
Best and also safest method is to visual check by removing just the dust cover. Girlfriend can contact the dealer if it has been preserved there and also check background with the vin. The problem is some techs don"t put the sticker on.
If you develop an account top top the Toyota Website and also then add your VIN friend will have the ability to see the details of any maintenance ever before performed on the truck at a Toyota dealership. If they had actually it done in other places then i don"t think it will display up as I think the is Toyota dealer specific and not like a carfax report.
You may have actually started her engine as frequently as a truck with 150,000 ~ above it. Plus the is simply as old.You additionally replace various other parts as well as the belt. Mine Lexus walk 2k much less than double the mileage as soon as it went, not belt yet the water pump and also on the hottest job of summer. Price extra for that. Ns was no at fault, I acquired the auto from a friend who did all the encourage services and the vehicle had passed the usage 6 months before I obtained it. The 4.7 has actually a belt. Doesn"t issue if the 5.7 or the 4.9? has a chain.
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