If you turn the key of your Toyota one morning, and the engine does not start, the problem could have many causes. After the battery, the starter, and the wiring are checked, you may want to look at the Toyota timing belt. This part is located in the front of the engine, often behind the water pump. While the engine is running, the Toyota timing belt takes the output from the crankshaft to turn the camshaft. The camshaft is responsible for telling the engine when to open and close the exhaust and intake valves. When the Toyota timing belt is broken, the valves will remain stuck in position, and the engine will no longer run. If the maintenance schedule of your vehicle is followed, the Toyota timing belt would have been replaced between 80,000 and 100,000 miles. When it becomes necessary to replace the Toyota timing belt, because of regular maintenance or a breakdown, you will find the correct kit for most vehicles in our large online catalog, for much less than what the dealership would charge. The kit will include the belt itself, as well as the pulleys that are commonly replaced during the process. Our Toyota timing belt meets all of the specifications of the original unit, and will install easily. It also has a full warranty from the manufacturer. After the Toyota timing belt is installed, it will be necessary to have the timing of your engine properly adjusted. When you are ready to order the Toyota timing belt kit, you can complete the process by phone, toll-free, or through our secure online ordering system, and with pour fast shipping it will arrive soon.