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:geek: I'd like to thank all of you for the valuable info on this site. However, have any of you changed the timing belt. I spoke with a Lexus mechanic and he said you could do it in ~5-6 hours.

Is that true? Do you change the Water pump and idlers at the same time?

Let me know

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Depending on your mechanical skills it can take a bit less time or a lot more time.

It is recommended that the water pump be changed with the timing belt but if inspected and it looks fine, it can be reused.

Not sure about the idlers.

If fuel filter hasn't been changed in a while, that's something to look into as well.

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