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I am coming up on 90k miles on my 2004 Land Cruiser and I believe that is the time the timing belt needs to be replaced. I would like to do this myself. Has anyone done this and have instructions on how to do so?


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If you PM me your email address I can send you some instructions from the FSM. I don't know if it is complete but may give you something to start with.
 
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In line with this question, what are the best brands to buy for the timing belt/water pump replacement. I've looked on-line and there are so many different "OE" quality brands that it's hard to figure out which ones are the quality brands. Any help is appreciated. Thanks.:thanks:
 

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I recommend going online to your local Toyota dealer and order via 'internet pricing" which is a sizeable discount and will put the part close to aftermarket parts price-wise. I suggest trying to replace with OE parts if possible.

The 4.7 is considerably more difficult than a 4 cylinder timing belt fyi, the FSM would be a good reference point to work from.
 
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