Belt Noise in a Toyota Highlander?

Answer Toyota recommends that Highlander owners change the timing belt at or around 90,000 miles. This can be a costly repair, but it is far less costly than repairing the damage that would happen to the ... Read More »

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How to Change a Serpentine Belt in a Toyota Highlander?

The serpentine belt, one of the most important parts of any engine, is a single belt that drives multiple components which are connected to the motor. If it wears out, it's impossible to drive your... Read More »

How to Replace a Serpentine Belt in a 2001 Toyota Highlander V6?

The serpentine belt in a 2001 Toyota Highlander runs a variety of components within the engine as well as the engine itself. The belt routes through the water pump, the alternator, the power steeri... Read More »

Is the toyota highlander faster than the toyota highlander hybrid?

Yes, the standard Toyoto Highlander is faster than its hybrid counterpart. The 2.7L/187-HP 2010 Toyota Highlander goes from 0-60 mph in 6.8 to 8.0 seconds. In contrast, the 2010 Toyota Highlander H... Read More »

How to Change the Serpentine Belt on a Highlander?

Toyota Highlander uses the serpentine belt, also called the multi-accessory drive belt, to control all engine accessories, i.e., the power steering, air conditioner compressor, water pump and alter... Read More »