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Old 12-23-2019, 07:48 PM #1
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Idler pulley replaced at 65,000

First part failure so far, except battery died a bit prematurely.

Not the bottom idler, but the one closer to the steering pump. Noticed an intermittent whirring sound.

O'Reilly showed all 3 parts being the same replacement part. Only one came with the required bushing, and the bottom pulley was different.

Just an FYI.
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I had 2 pulleys and idler arm replaced under Toyota Platinum Warranty at about 70K. Good luck if you are repairing yourself.
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I had 2 pulleys and idler arm replaced under Toyota Platinum Warranty at about 70K. Good luck if you are repairing yourself.
Why??? Whatís so hard about changing a pulley?
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Thanks for the update on the O'Reilly parts, helpful info.

For what it's worth, I had to replace the idler pulley on my JK around 30k miles hah.
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Why??? Whatís so hard about changing a pulley?
Nothing is. Except if one is reverse threaded. I don't recall any of the ones on my 2012 being reverse thread. I changed all of them, there are 3 total, right? Or am I remembering wrong?
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Why??? Whatís so hard about changing a pulley?
Removing the bolt on the lower (#1) idler was a PITA. It was very tight, and clearance for the wrench is an issue.
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Yes. I believe the below info is correct.

2 - number 2's 16604-0P011
1 - Number 1. 16603-0P030

And the Toyota Parts link: WATER PUMP. Toyota | Toyota

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Yes. I believe the below info is correct.

2 - number 2's 16604-0P011
1 - Number 1. 16603-0P030

And the Toyota Parts link: WATER PUMP. Toyota | Toyota

Yes that's what I remember. 2 identical top ones and a slightly different bottom one.
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Why??? Whatís so hard about changing a pulley?
I wouldnít know, I donít work on autos. Just wishing him good luck if he does it himself.
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