WATER PUMP FOR 1999 CAMRY WITH 126,000 MILES

  • Tiny
  • e38543
  • 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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Thursday, January 12th, 2006 AT 3:07 PM

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  • Joe C.
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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.

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Saturday, January 21st, 2006 AT 8:12 PM
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  • Six White Horses
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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.

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Saturday, January 21st, 2006 AT 8:19 PM

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