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





Timing belt replacement Toyota Camry 2000 2.2L 4 cylinder Water pump PART 1 remove replace
Timing belt replacement Toyota Camry 2000 2.2L 4 cylinder Water pump PART 1 Check out your timing belt kit choices on Amazon. http://amzn.to/1HlP7xB remove replace How To Change. See here how to replace the timing belt and water pump, and I would recommend a timing belt and water pump kit for this type of job. Check them out on Amazon with this link which will take you to the automotive section, then click on Parts Finder on the upper left side next to "Automotive" You can enter your car and find the correct parts and will save that car information. Nice. http://www.amazon.com/automotive-auto-truck-replacements-parts/b/?_encoding =UTF8&camp=1789&creative=390957&linkCode=ur2&node=15684181&tag=ytfixingcars -20&linkId=I4QFBQ3RAEFPTJ5T Toyota Camry Solara too This Channel provides videos for informational purposes only and cannot be held liable for injury, damage, problems that arise when trying to duplicate steps shown in videos. If there is an Amazon link, that is my affiliate link and I will earn a small commission on whatever you purchase. Outtro music snippet, by: joshwoodward.com/ Good To Go - Josh Woodward creative commons license. Music - "Learn To Fly" by Josh Woodward. Free download: http://joshwoodward.com/song/LearnToFly





2.2 4 cylinder Toyota Camry oil pump seal
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.





Do it yourself....Timing belt tip
I was helping out a young neighbour to fit a timing belt to his car.




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