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  1. Camry 3rd and 4th Gen '92-'01, Solara '99-'03
    Hello everyone, I have a 1992 Camry that has the automatic V6 3vz-fe. This car has been a pain but she is worth it. I originally purchased her with a blown head gasket. Replaced the head gasket and many other random gaskets throughout the process. She has a new timing kit and belt on...
  2. Camry 3rd and 4th Gen '92-'01, Solara '99-'03
    I'm going through the online stores looking for some replacement cams and I think I want to get a larger than stock to make a bit more power, problem is I'm not sure whats worth buying and what to pass up. I'm currently looking at an Isky racing cam with a Duration of 300/300, and a Lift of...
  3. Corolla 6th Generation (1988-1992)
    I'm sorry in advanced, this is going to be long... Backstory: I created this account for this issue alone and believe me, I have been lurking around this forum seeking a similar thread for about 6 months since I got the 1989 Toyota Corolla (4AF) at the beginning of this year and although this...
  4. Camry 1st and 2nd Gen (1983-86) and (1987-91)
    Hey guys i just did a head gasket on my 86 camry and i also took the cam out of the housing since i put in a new cam seal and o-ring and reassemble with assemble lube. the question i have is i failed to mark were the dowel pin on the cam sprocket goes. my cam sprocket has a slot and a hole that...
  5. Avalon 2nd Generation (2000-2004)
    OK, I pulled the rear cylinder head off my 2000 Avalon 3.0L V-6 and had the valve stem seals replaced and the valves ground. Got the head back on, cams on, put the top all back together, (intake plenum, air box, throttle body, etc), and went to put on the timing belt. I was following the...
  6. Camry 3rd and 4th Gen '92-'01, Solara '99-'03
    I found a car I'm interested in buying - a '94 Camry with 243,336 miles on it. Although it is priced high, the price is negotiable, and based on KBB I probably wouldn't pay more than $1500 for it. The owner says that it is leaking oil, and that a car shop told him the front and rear cam seals...
  7. Camry 5th and 6th Gen '02-'11, Solara '04-'08
    I'm in the middle of a timing belt change on my V6 and am a little stumped that I can't get my timing marks to align. The FSM says if the cam markings don't align when the crank marking is aligned to turn that cam a complete 360 degrees (thats because the crank has 24 teeth and the cam has 48)...
  8. Avalon 1st Generation (1995-1999)
    Having the timing belt, idlers & tensioners, and water pump replaced on '98 Avalon with about 110k miles. The conventional wisdom I've heard on replacing the cam seal is inspect and replace if it's leaking. Is this correct? What's the danger if it begins to leak later? Is there any wisdom in...
  9. Celica Forum
    Hey everyone i own a 92 celica gt with a 5sfe and recently blew the head gasket so during the tear down process i didnt really mark the cams, and im in the process of putting it all back together now but i have a slight problem with the cams, when installing them i know you have to align the...
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