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  1. Camry 1st and 2nd Gen (1983-86) and (1987-91)
    I installed a new timing belt kit. Thought the cam gears were synced up correctly with the crankshaft pulley on 0 degrees, but after releasing the tensioner, the right camshaft timing pulley is two teeth behind. Is it possible to just remove the tensioner (with the belt held in the correct place...
  2. Camry 1st and 2nd Gen (1983-86) and (1987-91)
    I got My 91 Lexus as a first car in highschool and I’ve been daily driving it since, I’m a sophomore in college and it blew up about 6-8 months ago and got a sweet Engine swap with 52,387 Miles, the chassis and everything else besides the engine has 189,794 miles, and everyone around me keeps...
  3. Camry 1st and 2nd Gen (1983-86) and (1987-91)
    I’m leaking coolant and I’m not too sure where from. I’ve been under to look at it drips off of the oil pan right along the seam. Wondering if anyone else has had this problem or if anyone knows a possible reason
  4. Camry 1st and 2nd Gen (1983-86) and (1987-91)
    Moved from Southern Ontario to Thunder Bay for school in September, I've now done the 1600km trip each way three times in the car. No problems. Just about to break 150,000km. Purchased nearly three years ago, it sat for over a year while I procrastinated putting it back together after replacing...
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    I bought this lexus about 3 months ago with a blown radiator for $580; running with no check engine lights on. Ran it for about 3 weeks and it overheated and burned up all the coolant. The head gasket was out. Removed everything and replaced the head gasket, as well as the water pump, timing...
  6. Camry 1st and 2nd Gen (1983-86) and (1987-91)
    There is a 1990 wagon for sale here, blown/rusted brake lines. Apparently it is the line(s) that go from the ABS module to the back of the car. According to the estimate from the dealer, the engine has to be pulled to replace the brake lines, is this true? The car is a V6 BTW.
  7. Camry 1st and 2nd Gen (1983-86) and (1987-91)
    Long story short, I did a timing belt change a few months back but I was in a hurry and neglected to replace the crank and camshaft seals which ended up leaking. So essentially I had to do the job all over again :facepalm: but my fault. This DIY does not show the actual seal replacement...
  8. Camry 1st and 2nd Gen (1983-86) and (1987-91)
    I've done many timing belt jobs, but this one kicked my ass. Anyone here done the timing belt on a Gen2 Camry V6? The job seems straight forward, except ..... The bracket that the front engine mount attaches to (which bolts to the block) is very difficult to remove, even when jacking up the...
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