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Timing belt part #

Discussion in '1st Gen Tundras (2000-2006)' started by Mr Badwrench, Mar 24, 2023.

  1. Mar 24, 2023 at 3:27 PM
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    Mr Badwrench

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    Hey all.

    Curious if someone could verify a Toyota part number? I'm getting conflicting info and these are not cheap... or returnable.

    Looking for a timing belt for a 2001 Tundra 4.7 v8.

    5TBBT44101S154080

    Thanks ahead!

    Also, does someone know where I can find a procedure, specifically for aligning these on the cams? I've heard the vvts (not what I have) are different than the older models. The youtube videos are tough to follow, apparently some people don't even use the alignment marks, which absolutely scares the heck out of me.

    Good god, they don't even sell paper Chilton manuals anymore.
     
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    w666

    w666 D. None of the above

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    FirstGenVol

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    Are you aware of the Aisin timing belt kit? That's what most people recommend. Rock Auto sells it.
     
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    Demented Canine

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    Had Timing Belt Service performed on my 2002 earlier this year, this is what they used:

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    FirstGenVol

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    scooterprint Idiot with a wrench

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    For your vin based on the Toyota EPC,
    13568-09070 - timing belt x1
    16100-09201 - water pump x1
    00272-SLLC2 - Super Long Life Coolant x2 (At my dealer, we normally bill 2x gallons or 7x for a full drain and fill. You can also retain your used fluid if you like, but not recommended.)
    00295-00103 - Toyota Form In Place Gasket (Black/Oil type) x1

    Those parts are the absolute most bare minimum. It is possible to do the job with only those parts.
    I highly recommend adding these as well, since it's super convenient to do them at the same time.

    13540-50030 - Timing belt tensioner x1 (you can reuse the old one, but this is just much easier to work with)
    13505-0F010 - Timing belt tensioner pulley assy x1
    90201-10101 - Timing belt tensioner pivot bolt washer x1
    13503-0F010 - Timing belt idler pulley x1
    90311-A0001 - Crankshaft Seal (also called oil pump seal) x1
    90311-38065 - Camshaft Seal x2

    Here is a link to the timing belt installation information in the Toyota Service Manual PDF for an 01 Tundra with a 4.7.
     
  7. Mar 24, 2023 at 5:16 PM
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    This is the part number the Toyota dealership provided to me. Thank you!
     
  8. Mar 24, 2023 at 6:05 PM
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    At least you didn't buy it from scAmazon and end up getting really authentic-looking counterfeit shit like others have. Likewise with fleaBay.
     
  9. Mar 24, 2023 at 6:11 PM
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    Yup AISIN kit. OEM supplier to Toyota.
     
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    NickB_01TRD

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    Just get from Rockauto and no worries.
     
  11. Mar 24, 2023 at 8:51 PM
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    Side note if your truck has the supercharger the belt is a Gates K061058RPM
     
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    Get some of your wife’s fingernail polish, and mark the old belt at each pulley (mark same place on belt and pulley). Make the same marks on new one to match. As long as the cams don’t move when you aren’t looking - if you remove one belt and put a new belt on in the same place there will be no problem.

    The camshafts have two sets of marks and I never did figure out which is which (Toyota manual shows one set) but decided to not worry about it and successively replaced the belts on two of these engines 01 and 03.

    Start at TDC but when you remove the belt the camshafts will back off a little from pressure so you will have to wrangle them back and another set of hands would help - or the tool to hold them in place.

    And check out lots of write ups on Toyota-4Runner.org and here. You can do it. Be methodical but don’t overthink it.
     
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