Originally Posted by StiCk3
Seems a tad on the high side to me.
IMO we have timing belts run through here all the time and only ONCE in the past 5 years has a tensioner failed after one of my coworkers installed it, but it was an older car (like a 4Runner) and had a lot of mileage on it. Wouldn't do it any harm to replace it, but you don't really need to. More of a GM thing.
Also, don't forget to add coolant. 2 gallons Toyota Red coolant is preferred (needs to be mixed with water, doesn't come premixed).
I bought everything from autohausaz.com. It was something like 330 for these parts (all oem):
1 W0133-1608049 Engine Water Pump; w/ wtr pump gasket only
1 W0133-1613981 Engine Timing Belt
1 W0133-1619331 Engine Timing Belt Tensioner; Hydraulic type
1 W0133-1628507 Engine Coolant Thermostat
1 W0133-1628747 Serpentine Belt
1 W0133-1629901 Engine Timing Idler Bearing; Lower/left #2; Left Lower
1 W0133-1631915 Radiator Coolant Hose; Lower
1 W0133-1632919 Radiator Coolant Hose; Upper
1 W0133-1639016 Engine Crankshaft Seal; Front
1 W0133-1639695 Engine Coolant Outlet Gasket
1 W0133-1643194 Engine Coolant Thermostat Seal
1 W0133-1644162 Engine Coolant Pipe O-Ring; For water bypass pipe
1 W0133-1739229 Engine Timing Idler Bearing; Right
Would this list be sufficient for timing belt job? I will do it myself.