Mechanics

WATER PUMP FOR WITH 126,000 MILES

1999 Toyota Camry

I'm getting an estimate of $400-$450 to replace a water pump for a 1999 Toyota Camry with 126k miles.

The timing belt has already been replaced, don't remember what I paid for it.

Does that sound legit or is it steep?

I'm thinking that 126k miles out of a water pump is probably

Thanks!


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E38543
January 12, 2006.



I have the same model year, 170,000 miles.
I had both the timing belt and the water pump replaced last month.
Cost was right at $425.00 if memory serves correctly.
Keep in mind I did the alternator and power steering belts myself so all the shop did was the timing belt and water pump.

Tiny
Joe C.
Jan 21, 2006.
Seems kind of high to me, but I do most of the easy work myself. I would talk to some of you neighbors about this. Water pumps are not very difficult to change out.

Tiny
Six White Horses
Jan 21, 2006.