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My truck was due for the recommended 90,000 mile service. The parts listed below will complete the following service:

R&R waterpump, timing belt and tensioner.

Replace Camshaft and Crankshaft seals.

Replace all hoses and belts (less water heater)

All numbers are for OEM Toyota parts.
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Ac belt - 3.4 liter - 3.4 liter
99364-20870-78

P/S belt - 3.4 liter 1998 - 2004
90080-91126-83

Alternator belt - 3.4 liter - 3.4 liter
90080-91090-83

Upper hose - 3.4 liter - 3.4 liter
16571-62070

Lower hose, 4wd, Auto trans - 3.4 liter - 3.4 liter
16572-07040

Water pump assy, 4wd, 4wd - 3.4 liter - 3.4 liter
16100-69398-33

Thermostat - 3.4 liter
90916-03075

Gasket – Water Inlet - 3.4 liter 2000 - 2004
16325-62010

TENSIONER ASSY, Timing
13540-62021

Timing belt - 3.4 liter 1995 - 1998
13568-69095

Camshaft seal, all models - 3.4l 1995 - 2004 (need two)
90311-38051

SEAL, TYPE T OIL (Crankshaft Seal)
90311-40022

Toyota FIPG Sealer - 3.4 liter 1995 - 1998
00295-00103
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The water pump was leaking when removed, the timing belt was showing signs of wear, and the left side cam seal was damp, so I'd say Toyota has the service interval called pretty darn close.

Total labor was: 3 hours for timing belt, 1 hour for water pump, 1 hour for cam and crank seals.

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Mark, did you do the work yourself or did a Toyota Tech do the work? There are a couple of good techs in the CO chapter and I take my Toys to one of them exclusively to this type of work. Is there anyone in the AZ chapter?

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Brian
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I had it done at my local dealer, Tim's Toyota. While I'm a fair mechanic, I don't have the special service tools required to do this stuff - the crank pulley and tensioner both take SST, and to re-torque the crank pulley needs a wrench that can go up to 273 Ft/Lb's. Also, these parts require pulling both cam pulleys to put in the new seals. Total cost for parts and labor was $918.00.

...and a 73 back at ya!

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DO the cam and crank seals really need to be replaced at 90,000? This is the first time i heard of this.
 

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IIRC, the crank is supposed to be torqued at like, 218 ft lbs. I know it's not over 250 because my torque wrench only goes to 250.

Even buying the tools to do it, it still came out a heckof a lot cheaper than if I took it to someone.
 

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The 90,000 mile service encompasses a whole lot more then just the timing belt, drive belts and water pump. There are lots of other parts to replace and fluids to be changed.
 
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