Or, a good word of the mouth one from friends. Locations of the 10mm bolts. They follow Alldata and I have 3 accounts with it. But I now have an issue. If your not mechanically inclined, buy the video on how to Fix Your Lexus, I did.
This repair is recommended for experts because there is a lot to consider. At this point I imagine it's all connected though. Install or connect the following: § Wiring harness clamp bracket with bolt § Temporarily install mounting bolts § Adjust belt with tensioner § Tighten mounting bolts to lower mounting bolt 13ft. All these marks should match up when re-installing. Torque the tire to the specified value and lower the car off the jack stands. I am the third owner and it came with a huge file of receipts for maintenance and work done over the years, it all looked pretty normal - nothing alarming.
Timing belt crankshaft gear mark. Place one on the timing belt tensioner and the other on the camshaft bolt. Mobile mechs on the other hand are not. Split anything a mech tells you in a half. Now squirm around and look down uder that and there it is. I believe that you must remove the power steering pump first but it may be possible to remove from below as well. In addition to reading this article, it is highly recommended that you view the in order to understand the size of the task.
Then, remove the splash plate behind it by removing the two 10mm bolts. With the timing belt cover off, pull the timing belt guide. If your car pings with regular, you need to upgrade. Going to forced induction can. Also, check the tension of your belts to make sure the alternator is spinning while the engine runs. Re-install the crank bolt and use it to align the engine to the top dead center. Since then belts have squeaked a few times and again for a minute only and not from cold.
During this time I've experienced a lot of other odd little electrical problems. The battery has been tested only 1 year old and it checks out fine. Pro Tip Use a mirror to align the rear camshaft because it is difficult to see. The rear speakers cannot be removed without first removing the rear seat. I pushed the alternator forward a little bit and now cannot get it out, it does not move even with a little bit of hammering : Please help. One of the back windows doesn't roll down and hasn't since I got it, but I have just assumed that was a burnt out motor that I didn't care to replace. Not hard to change the oil once you can fina … lly find that little sucker! Remove the 12mm nut from the bottom of the stud, which is located on the alternator bracket.
When the crankshaft is at the top dead center, mark the camshaft gears and timing belt cover with a reference point. Yesterday got in it to leave work at 5pm and got the squeak but also the red battery light was on for the first time so I turned off all the power hungry items. That's how they do it. I suggest after removing the screw in the handle under the little hinged cover that you put a small flat screwdriver in just above the unlock switch … , then pull the handle slightly. The next day I got the car started after charging the battery.
I thought it's alternator for sure. With the headlights, blower motor, and radio on this should change very little. Replace and tighten the five 10mm bolts that hold the cover on. You need to tighten the tensioner bolt back up counter-clockwise and then pivot it enough to put a pin 5mm hex key or something similar to hold it. Never forget, anything that has Lexus nameplate on it will cost you an arm and leg. Second, I noticed the power steering was gone. Switch to a 22mm socket and remove the crank bolt.
Unplug the connector and remove the three 10mm nuts affixing it to the body of the car. Ask him for the video. The pulley will rotate clockwise and break the bolt. Not sure where to go from here. It is hard to get in there beau … se the space is so small.