Jerell White: Lol you didn't have to take the altornator off.
Nick Schwenk: 2 months now after watching your video and completing the job... I noticed my harmonic balancer has a very tiny wobble. Did I not tighten it enough? I used the exact same puller as you did. Do I need to worry about this tiny wobble?
Autotechviewpoint: Link is in the video at the 18:00 mark and beyond. I put it in description now too.
Denise Martin: Please leave a link for part 2 ~ I can't find it here or on your channel. Thanks!
Saw Tun: Thank a lot for your teaching.I appreciate it.
S Max Reiter: How far would you need to go just to replace the crank shaft sensor? Thanks would you need to go as far as to use the puller technique? Thanks for the video!
Moshi Shak: good work
Joe Ross: here is a web link where you can find out if your make and particular model of care is an interference engine, ww.aa1car.com/library/timing_belts_interference_engines.htm
Joe Ross: I believe what you are referring to is called an interference engine. Many Honda engines are interference engine and if the belt breaks the motor can be toasted. I am not positive but I believe this engine and one of the things I like about Toyota is not an interference engine and though a belt breaking could leave you stranded it does not necessarily cause engine damage.
Philip B: I appreciated the video support for doing my own 95 Camry 2.2. St. Paul, MN. A local shop wanted $1527 to do this work. My total parts bill was $153, and I had to borrow an air impact gun.
smithdsmit: is it true that if you dont change belt and belt breaks or comes off. the motor is shot?
Autotechviewpoint: 1/2" gun mac gun. I think about 600 reverser torque, not sure though.
Perry Amo: Did you use a 3/4" air impact? My bolt wont budge at all.
Autotechviewpoint: Yes pretty much after you loosen the tensioner, it comes off pretty easy usually.
Nick Schwenk: How did you remove the old timing belt? Is it easy to remove? Does it just slide off?
saleem83: I like ur professional tools. I have snapon also.
guywhowatches1: What is some cheapish stuff I can get for my 96 Camry to go quick
james: Thanks for the video...
Autotechviewpoint: Turn bolt to the left to loosen. Turn to the right to tighten.