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Old 03-20-2009, 07:59 PM   #4
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IHateHacks is right; you donít need to remove the pulleys. As you know the most difficultly part is removing the crankshaft pulley. You would have thought Toyota would have designed the bottom cam belt cover in two sections to enable the belt to be changed without removing the crankshaft pulley. If you need to change the cam seals at any time; remove the cam covers and you will see a section of the camshafts that have two flats on it to place an open-ended wrench or spanner, this will hold the camshaft in place whilst undoing or tightening up the cam pulleys. Lots of good info HERE
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