Look at the FAQ. Lots of good info there.
Timing belt is due at 90K. Do the water pump at the same time. You will find that many people have gone well over 90K with no issues. I'm at 97K and having my timing belt, water pump and trans fluid exchange done this week.
Having same issue with a Honda Pilot - recommended timing belt replacement is governed more by time (7 years) than the mileage (100,000 miles) - claim is the belt rubber weakens with age - any applicability of this reasoning to our Land Cruisers??
I have a 2000 that had 139K when I bought it (year ago). The timing belt had not been done. I replaced the TB and the water pump. The belt still looked fine and the water pump was not leaking. It was a preventative maintenance/peace of mind sort of thing.
guess i am pushing my luck, 215,000mi on a 2000 lx470 and not done the timing belt or the WP yet. I did take the cover off yesterday trying to replace the tensioner pulley and the timing belt looked pretty good given its age. Glad i found this thread.
my 99 is 90k with signs of cracking. I know the truck hasnt been driven much so it must be age; while im at it im gona do everything on the 90k parts list. Can anyone recomend a GOOD HONEST mechanic in OC or LA area. I cringe at stealerships.