1993 Toyota Camry 2.2 5SFE Timing Belt and Oil Pump Seal Replacement

Video tutitorial showing replacement of the timing belt and oil pump seal. This repair applies to all Toyota 2.2 5SFE engines from 1992-2001 found in various different Toyota vehicles.

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Toyota Camry 5sfe Timing Belt & OIL PUMP replacement
Toyota Camry 5sfe Timing Belt & OIL PUMP replacement

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Watch a video of the repair here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AZTqD3b-HnI Another Camry with a bad oil pump drive seal, you can see just how bad the leak is!

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A short video to show the oil pump on a 1998 Camry and where that mystery lower oil leak you have is coming from. I strongly suggest you do this at the same time you do the timing belt since it has to come off anyway, The oil pump shaft seal was replaced at the same time, just lock the gear in a vice with a couple layers of rag to protect it, then remove the 12mm nut, remove the sprocket, r&r seal, lube it, put the nut back on with some locktite, snug down the nut.

Diagnose Replacement Crank Seal Toyota Camry √
2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 Toyota Camry, 2AZ-FE , Inline 4 cylinder engine Replaced the front main seal, harmonic balancer and drive belt on a 2002 Toyota Camry. To locate exactly where the oil leak is. First, I had to clean the engine real good with degreaser and wash it off the oil with a pressure washer. Then put leak detection dye. Drove the car for 10 miles. Used a ultra violet flash light and located the leak under the harmonic balancer. That means the front main seal is leaking. Also called a crank seal. I have noticed the harmonic balancer shaking when the car was at idle. I advised my friend that the balancer is bad and to have it replaced along with the seal. He gave me a used balancer that looked ok. The balancer was not an OEM part. I used a steering wheel puller and shaved some bolts to remove it. For the new seal installation. I pressed hard on the seal evenly until it could not go in more. Then I used a 14mm deep socket back side and a hammer and tapped the seal till it was flushed to the timing chain cover. Installed the used balancer and a new drive belt. Test drive for 10 miles and inspected underneath the balancer for any oil leaks. No oil seeping. The information contained in this video is for general guidance, not responsible for any errors or injuries that you have done. IPhone 5 was used to do this video. Please subscribe and thank you for watching. Follow me on TWITTER: @88bmyvegas and http://lasvegasautoinsider.blogspot.com/