Toyota Camry 2.4L Water Pump Replacement | 2002 – 2011 | Corolla Highlander Matrix RAV4 Solara Lexus

Toyota Camry 2.4L Water Pump Replacement | 2002 – 2011 | Corolla Highlander Matrix RAV4 Solara Lexus

Camry water pump replacement on a 2.4L Toyota Camry. Corolla Highlander Matrix RAV 4 Solara Lexus Scion Pontiac Vibe

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Vehicles with the 2.4L Toyota Engine:

2002 Toyota Camry 2.4L
2003 Toyota Camry 2.4L
2004 Toyota Camry 2.4L
2005 Toyota Camry 2.4L
2006 Toyota Camry 2.4L
2007 Toyota Camry 2.4L
2008 Toyota Camry 2.4L
2009 Toyota Camry 2.4L

2009 Toyota Corolla
2010 Toyota Corolla
2011 Toyota Corolla
2012 Toyota Corolla

2001 Toyota Highlander
2002 Toyota Highlander
2003 Toyota Highlander
2004 Toyota Highlander
2005 Toyota Highlander
2006 Toyota Highlander
2007 Toyota Highlander

2009 Toyota Matrix
2010 Toyota Matrix
2011 Toyota Matrix
2012 Toyota Matrix
2013 Toyota Matrix

2001 Toyota RAV4
2002 Toyota RAV4
2003 Toyota RAV4
2004 Toyota RAV4
2005 Toyota RAV4
2006 Toyota RAV4
2007 Toyota RAV4
2008 Toyota RAV4

2002 Toyota Solara
2003 Toyota Solara
2004 Toyota Solara
2005 Toyota Solara
2006 Toyota Solara
2007 Toyota Solara
2008 Toyota Solara
2005 Scion TC
2006 Scion TC
2007 Scion TC
2008 Scion TC
2009 Scion TC
2010 Scion TC

2008 Scion XB
2009 Scion XB
2010 Scion XB
2011 Scion XB
2012 Scion XB
2013 Scion XB

2010 Lexus HS250H
2011 Lexus HS250H
2012 Lexus HS250H

2009 Pontiac Vibe
2010 Pontiac Vibe

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Mike Kinney says:

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Muhammad Choudhary says:

The way you did explain very simple friendly .I learnt the whole concept from this video how to replace the water pump . I am pretty sure I can do it by myself in my Camry xle 2002 .Good Job Dear Mechanic.

Joe T says:

Excellent video! V Good teaching skills! Thank you very much

Nick Eason says:

Is it easy to get the tensioner pulley nut off of the OE part? I hear sometimes they make it difficult since they want you to replace the whole unit.

Marka Burns says:

You are AWESOME!! Thanks a million for the video!!

ShrimpByNight ByThomas says:

Was it making noise? And kind you explain the noise a water pump can make?

drippingwax says:

Each time that I needed to remove the serpentine belt in Mom's 2006 Camry the aluminum tensioning stud sheared off. I replaced the tensioner and the stud on the new one broke! However, I was able to fit my tensioner tool on the bolt in the pulley and adjust it that way.

ItsMcGamer says:

You my sir. Are a god amongst men .

M Ridware says:

No need to put rtv in every hole

Jeremy Mccomas says:

The allen key trick is fucking gold! Thanks

Marcson GAUDIN says:

Great instructions, step by step video

John T says:

This is fantastic. Going to do it this weekend and pretty nervous

raja taimur says:

Very helpfull
B best video on this topic

Omar Garcia says:

Gracias por el video

Danny's Auto Repair says:

Great video sir. Thank you

Pardeap Sambi says:

changing the water pump tomorrow. Now I feel 100% confident to tackle the job.

Alex palma says:

Very good thanks

Name Redacted says:

That's why I don't let other people work on my cars. You drain the old coolant, and fill with new one on this job, buddy! Old coolant lost all anti-corrosion additives over time.

elraj says:

One of the best videos on this topic.. thank you so much.. subscribed!

J D says:

Great video. About to do all my 100k maintenance on my sienna. Thx again.

Spike Taterman says:

I'd like to add a tip for anyone attempting this. I finally got the old one off, but it was a real mother breaking the bolts free that held the pulley! I ended up removing the dogbone motor mount thing, then stuck a length of angle iron with the edge between two adjacent bolts and the center shaft that sticks out a bit. Once that was wedged in there, my helper held the angle iron up against where the motor mount bolts on to resist any counter-clockwise torque. However, all my wrenches were rounding over the bolts, and I'm a pretty strong guy. They refused to budge, even with tri-flow, PB blaster, etc. In the end, I had to clamp the bolts with vise grips and turn hard and they broke free. This is a 2005 camry, so those suckers might have been on there for 16 years or so….

Spike Taterman says:

One more question: I bought the asin WP. It doesn't come with a gasket, and the instructions claim none is needed…just use RTV around outside of little channel. But I see you used a gasket. Is that really needed, and if so where do you get one?

Honest Brother says:

Nice video bro but I wouldn't have used that paper gasket bcuz it will fail prematurely, sometimes immediately you start the engine and a REAL pain to come off next time, I've seen it many many times. It's either an o-ring, metal gasket (if available) or silicone rtv (Honda Bond) for me like Toyota did or intended.

Spike Taterman says:

What do you think of direct importers brand for waterpump? Shucks has this down the road…I always worry about counterfeits on Amazon. BTW, nice job…I like the lazy man shortcuts…my style exactly.

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