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Old 03-26-2020, 08:16 PM #31
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If you want to test the IAC for proper function, you can use this video.

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I am still working on testing my electrical. I tested the IAC and that tested fine.

I ended up having to take a break because of feeling frustrated with projects, the current state of things, and we finally had some nice weather; so pulled the splitboard back out and went into the backcountry with my wife.

I'll hopefully get the electrical tested today, if I can fix the broken lead on my multimeter (of course that would happen when I haven't used it in months).
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Update

Well, I have to wait a few days to check the electrical wiring. My multi-meter is broken and wasn't reading anything correctly. I have a new one ordered, but even with Amazon Prime it will take a few days.

None of the stores are open in our town to buy one because we are a hot spot for the virus.

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Lesson learned

When you do a big job like timing belt than you should have not worked on throttle body because now it messes you up where the problem lies, note to myself also
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different vehicle but my old fox body had similar issues when the mass air meter calibration messed up. it was not factory but worth checking. i chased it for a loooooong time.
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When you do a big job like timing belt than you should have not worked on throttle body because now it messes you up where the problem lies, note to myself also
Yes, hindsight is always 20/20. I've been kicking myself for that this whole time.
I did make some progress however.
I finally got my new multi-meter and was checking electrical, and everything seemed in good order so I proceeded to strop everything down again to confirm timing again and check for a possible broken tooth on the frank pulley. Low and behold,

I'm hoping this is my only problem, but will find out after I get the new pulley and bolt installed. I have no idea how that happened or how I missed it. I did see that the tooth was hidden by the belt when everything is at TDC.
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Yes, hindsight is always 20/20. I've been kicking myself for that this whole time.
I did make some progress however.
I finally got my new multi-meter and was checking electrical, and everything seemed in good order so I proceeded to strop everything down again to confirm timing again and check for a possible broken tooth on the frank pulley. Low and behold,

I'm hoping this is my only problem, but will find out after I get the new pulley and bolt installed. I have no idea how that happened or how I missed it. I did see that the tooth was hidden by the belt when everything is at TDC.
That will do it.

Hope your next post equates success....
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That will do it.

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Yep, that's your problem right there. OP, I'm guessing to get the timing gear off you did a little prying?
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Yep, that's your problem right there. OP, I'm guessing to get the timing gear off you did a little prying?
You're right. I thought I was careful taking it off and I thought I inspected it after I took it off, and before I put it on. Obviously a missing tooth points to the contrary.
Now that I'm about to redo my timing belt job, I have a couple questions:

1. Is there a way to compress the tensioner on the car so I don't have to take it off? One of the bolts is rounding, so I would have to take the A/C off in order to get at it cleanly.
2. I assume that I need to get a new crank pulley bolt even though it was new when I put the new belt on?
3. I'm also assuming that I can reuse the timing belt that I just changed? I don't need to worry about it being compromised from taking it off and putting it back on?

Once I get everything installed I'll update the thread (hopefully ending it with a successful conclusion).


I really appreciate the help from you @mtbtim and @LittleCaesar for all the suggestions and feedback, and of course everyone else that offered advice.
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You need this to compress the tensioner:
Schley Products 97300 Timing Belt Tensioner Compressor Toyota | JB Tools

I personally would use a new crank bolt, being that it is less than $10, but you could reuse the old one with some red loctite as long as it is torqued to 217.

Throw the old belt on there, you will be fine.

Good luck.
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You're right. I thought I was careful taking it off and I thought I inspected it after I took it off, and before I put it on. Obviously a missing tooth points to the contrary.
Now that I'm about to redo my timing belt job, I have a couple questions:

1. Is there a way to compress the tensioner on the car so I don't have to take it off? One of the bolts is rounding, so I would have to take the A/C off in order to get at it cleanly.
2. I assume that I need to get a new crank pulley bolt even though it was new when I put the new belt on?
3. I'm also assuming that I can reuse the timing belt that I just changed? I don't need to worry about it being compromised from taking it off and putting it back on?

Once I get everything installed I'll update the thread (hopefully ending it with a successful conclusion).


I really appreciate the help from you @mtbtim and @LittleCaesar for all the suggestions and feedback, and of course everyone else that offered advice.
Good that you figured it out. Schley Products 97300 Toyota 3.4l Timing Belt Tensioner tool.
I've actually reused the crank pulley bolt before without any problems but it's better to replace it.
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You need this to compress the tensioner:
Schley Products 97300 Timing Belt Tensioner Compressor Toyota | JB Tools

I personally would use a new crank bolt, being that it is less than $10, but you could reuse the old one with some red loctite as long as it is torqued to 217.

Throw the old belt on there, you will be fine.

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I have this tool and was going to suggest the same thing. But, with this tool, the belt needs to come off first because the tool goes between the lower idler pulley and the water pump pulley and the belt would be in the way. I imagined if I ever used this tool, I'd just cut the old belt off because I imagine it might be a little bit of a fight getting the belt off with the tensioner still applying pressure to the belt.
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No real need to remove the crank gear since it's keyed to the crank. Set it at TDC then remove the hydraulic tensioner so that you can move the belt then reset the cam gears. There's videos to show how to re-compress the tensioner in a vice, then reinsert the grenade pin. When I did my t-belt last summer, all of the marks were perfect until I pulled the pin, then it advanced the cam gears a bit. I just dropped the tensioner, reset the cam gears and advanced them 1 tooth ( to the alignment marks on the heads) to compensate for the tensioner taking up the slack in the belt. When I pulled the pin the 2nd time and rotated the engine by hand a few times, the crank and cam gears all lined up to their perspective marks.
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Now that I'm about to redo my timing belt job, I have a couple questions:

1. Is there a way to compress the tensioner on the car so I don't have to take it off? One of the bolts is rounding, so I would have to take the A/C off in order to get at it cleanly.
I think removing the tensioner then the belt would be the easiest route if you were planning on reusing the same belt. This would allow you to replace the rounded bolt while everything is apart & still fresh in your head. Have a bolt extractor on hand but it might be a tight fit since they are usually a little wider. I use a c-clamp to compress the tensioner to insert the pin for reinstallation.
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I finally have new parts arriving today!!!! I'll post an update once I finish, but it might be a few days since I have some other things going on.
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