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Hey guys, im still pretty new to cars and working on them. i bought a 1990 st184 not too long ago and then another st184 (i believe, not certain) its a wrc model as a project car to not only learn about working on cars but about that model of car in general and I am trying to change the timing belt, any advice or tips are much appreciated, thanks 


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I love these old school cars. Toyota made fine cars in this era. The timing belt is quite easy to replace on these early gen motors. Just make sure you lock the cam sprockets so you don't alter the timing otherwise ti's pretty straightforward. I can't recall specifically how to do it as it's been many years since I've cast an eye on these, but check you tube for guidance.

You'll be surprised how easy it is.

Good luck with your project. A very nice car to begin with. Very forgiving.

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