Belts

You know that long belt under your car's hood that runs over a series of pulleys? That’s called the serpentine belt and it’s one of the most important components of a vehicle's engine. The serpentine belt is responsible for driving many of the accessories that are so very important on today’s new cars. A serpentine belt drives items like the alternator, power steering pump and even the air conditioning compressor. Replacing a worn out belt may seem like a daunting task at first, but it can be carried out with a basic set of hand tools and a little automotive knowhow.

How to tell if it’s replacement time?

It used to be that with older cars a visual inspection was all that was needed to determine if a belt needed to be replaced. One would look for worn edges or cracks in the belt itself and if present, the belt(s) would need to be removed. However, as with anything automotive, changing technology means changing repair practices and thus, it’s more important than ever to consult your car's owners’ manual to determine when, and at what mileage belt replacement should occur.

Keep in mind as well that older cars may utilize more than one belt, which can mean more frequent service visits.

What causes a belt(s) to fail?

There are a variety of things that can cause excessive wear or belt breakage. Hearing a noisy belt for instance may be a sign that it’s time for a replacement, as can pulley failures or outside contaminants (coolant, power steering fluid, oil leaks). The best rule of thumb however is a simple inspection when checking things like engine oil, washer fluid or battery terminals. If something looks as though it needs replacement (even to the untrained eye), then you should air on the side of caution and consult your dealer certified technician immediately.

Why is it better to purchase belts at your dealer as opposed to an outside auto parts store?

We often think about OEM parts as more expensive. Is there truth to this? Well, it depends on how one looks at it.

When a part is purchased from a local dealership, it’s guaranteed to be designed for your specific year / make / model by the company that manufactured it – something that can’t be said for aftermarket parts. Dealerships are also up to date on the latest recalls and improvements, which can mean better quality parts and a longer life for any vehicle.



2014 Models   2013 Models
2014 4Runner Serpentine Belts & Pulleys   2013 4Runner Serpentine Belts & Pulleys
2014 RAV4 Serpentine Belts & Pulleys   2013 RAV4 Serpentine Belts & Pulleys
2014 Yaris Serpentine Belts & Pulleys   2013 Yaris Serpentine Belts & Pulleys
2014 Land Cruiser Serpentine Belts & Pulleys   2013 Land Cruiser Serpentine Belts & Pulleys
2014 FJ Cruiser Serpentine Belts & Pulleys   2013 FJ Cruiser Serpentine Belts & Pulleys

You know that long belt under your car's hood that runs over a series of pulleys? That’s called the serpentine belt and it’s one of the most important components of a vehicle's engine. The serpentine belt is responsible for driving many of the accessories that are so very important on today’s new cars. A serpentine belt drives items like the alternator, power steering pump and even the air conditioning compressor. Replacing a worn out belt may seem like a daunting task at first, but it can be carried out with a basic set of hand tools and a little automotive knowhow.

How to tell if it’s replacement time?

It used to be that with older cars a visual inspection was all that was needed to determine if a belt needed to be replaced. One would look for worn edges or cracks in the belt itself and if present, the belt(s) would need to be removed. However, as with anything automotive, changing technology means changing repair practices and thus, it’s more important than ever to consult your car's owners’ manual to determine when, and at what mileage belt replacement should occur.

Keep in mind as well that older cars may utilize more than one belt, which can mean more frequent service visits.

What causes a belt(s) to fail?

There are a variety of things that can cause excessive wear or belt breakage. Hearing a noisy belt for instance may be a sign that it’s time for a replacement, as can pulley failures or outside contaminants (coolant, power steering fluid, oil leaks). The best rule of thumb however is a simple inspection when checking things like engine oil, washer fluid or battery terminals. If something looks as though it needs replacement (even to the untrained eye), then you should air on the side of caution and consult your dealer certified technician immediately.

Why is it better to purchase belts at your dealer as opposed to an outside auto parts store?

We often think about OEM parts as more expensive. Is there truth to this? Well, it depends on how one looks at it.

When a part is purchased from a local dealership, it’s guaranteed to be designed for your specific year / make / model by the company that manufactured it – something that can’t be said for aftermarket parts. Dealerships are also up to date on the latest recalls and improvements, which can mean better quality parts and a longer life for any vehicle.



2014 Models   2013 Models
2014 4Runner Serpentine Belts & Pulleys   2013 4Runner Serpentine Belts & Pulleys
2014 RAV4 Serpentine Belts & Pulleys   2013 RAV4 Serpentine Belts & Pulleys
2014 Yaris Serpentine Belts & Pulleys   2013 Yaris Serpentine Belts & Pulleys
2014 Land Cruiser Serpentine Belts & Pulleys   2013 Land Cruiser Serpentine Belts & Pulleys
2014 FJ Cruiser Serpentine Belts & Pulleys   2013 FJ Cruiser Serpentine Belts & Pulleys
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Serpentine Belt
Part Number: 90916-02585
Other Names: Belt V-Ribbed More Names
Description: Land Cruiser. 4.7L. 2245mm. 4-runner. From 1/04. Routing:Crk,Tens,Alt,Ps,Idler,Comp,Wp. Water Pump, Alternator, Air Conditioning and... More Info
Fits:
  • Toyota:
    • 4Runner,
    • Land Cruiser
$55.62
$36.78
$55.62
$36.78
Serpentine Belt
Part Number: 90916-A2013
Other Names: Belt V-Ribbed More Names
Description: Sequoia. Tundra. 4.7L. Dayco. More Info
Fits:
  • Toyota:
    • Sequoia,
    • Tundra
$55.42
$36.65
$55.42
$36.65
Engine Timing Belt
Part Number: 13568-YZZ10
Other Names: Belt Set Timing More Names
Replaces: 13568-29015, 13568-29025
Description: Stamped #13568-20020. More Info
Fits:
  • Toyota:
    • Avalon,
    • Camry,
    • Highlander
$56.04
$37.06
$56.04
$37.06
Belt Molding
Part Number: 75730-0R011
Positions: Right, Center Right
Other Names: Door Belt Molding, Molding Assembly Rear Do More Names
Replaces: 75730-0R010, 75730-42020, 75730-42021
Fits:
  • Toyota:
    • RAV4
$57.29
$37.88
$57.29
$37.88
Power Steering Belt
Part Number: 99364-21110-83
Other Names: Accessory Drive Belt, Belt V Vane Pump More Names
Replaces: 99364-21110
Description: 2.7L. 4 cylinder. For A/C Belt. Routing:Crk,Ps,Comp. Power Steering and Compressor. More Info
Fits:
  • Toyota:
    • 4Runner,
    • Paseo,
    • T100
$19.63
$12.98
$19.63
$12.98
Engine Timing Belt Tensioner Pulley
Part Number: 13505-62070
Positions: Lower
Other Names: Idler, Idler Pulley, Tensioner, Idler Sub-Assembly Timi More Names
Description: Tundra. 3.4L, lower. All models. 6 cylinder, lower. More Info
Fits:
  • Toyota:
    • 4Runner,
    • T100,
    • Tacoma,
    • Tundra
$180.18
$119.15
$180.18
$119.15
Timing Tensioner
Part Number: 13540-62021
Other Names: Engine Timing Belt Tensioner, Tensioner Assembly Timi More Names
Description: Adjuster. All models. More Info
Fits:
  • Toyota:
    • 4Runner,
    • T100,
    • Tacoma,
    • Tundra
$61.69
$40.80
$61.69
$40.80
Buckle
Part Number: 73380-AA010-B0
Positions: Left, Right
Other Names: Belt Assembly Rear Seat More Names
Replaces: 73380-AA010-A0
Description: Convertible, gray. Convertible, ivory. More Info
Fits:
  • Toyota:
    • Solara
$34.55
$22.85
$34.55
$22.85
Serpentine Tensioner
Part Number: 16620-0H021
Other Names: Tensioner, Tension Arm, Belt Tensioner, Bracket, Tensioner Assembly V-Ri More Names
Replaces: 16601-28020, 16601-28021, 16620-0H020, 16620-0H030, 16620-28040, 16620-28041, 16620-28060
Description: Corolla. Matrix. Solara. Camry. RAV4. XB. 2.4L, otics. More Info
Notes: Includes Tesnioner Pulley. Included With Tensioner. More Notes
Fits:
  • Scion:
    • xB
  • Toyota:
    • Camry,
    • Corolla,
    • Matrix,
    • RAV4,
    • Solara
  • 1 more
$225.35
$149.03
$225.35
$149.03
Belt, V-Ribbed
Part Number: 90080-91125-83
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