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Questions for people who know something about cars.
So. Recently, I've decided to take my car in for inspection since my engine light went off and its been leaking oil.
So the first time I went in they were saying something about my crankshaft seal and front oil cover. They said it would be something like 500-600. That sounded about right so I was like sure whatever.
I saved up the money I needed so then I started talking to this other guy and he says something about my timing belt and a water pump. And that's like an extra 250 with tax.
That being said. My engine starts fine and my car hasn't been overheating so I don't know if I need to do that. That being said, I'm been thinking about getting the timing belt changed anyway since they'll be opening my engine anyway and I guess that would save money down the line.
That being said I've heard my from friends that the water pump is on the outside of the engine.
Basically, I'm asking if getting it done sounds like a good idea or am I getting taken for a ride.
That being said I have a '98 Camry and I've had it for 2 years or so with no major problems outside of the brakes.