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How long does it take to change a crankshaft tone ring in a 2008 Toyota Rav4?

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Please ignore that other answer. I have reported that as spamming and it should be removed shortly. The tone ring on the crank is usually set at the factory and in most cases it involves installing a new crank shaft. That is a very intense process and involves removing the engine. Depending on the shape the rest of the vehicle and engine is in and the mileage, it might be worth considering getting a rebuilt engine installed. It would have the benefit of a warranty.

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You can take it back to the dealer, and have them change the battery, or go to Autozone, buy the battery and do it yourself. They can show you how to do it. And which battery it takes. It's not hard to do. Good luck.

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give these websites a try www.alldatadiy.com and www.autozone.com if all fails stop by your local parts store and they be able to give you a diagram wish you the best of luck Michigan Man.

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SOURCE: how to change transmission fluid on a 1993 toyota rav4

Ok without knowing the RAV intinmately, below is the link with pics.

You will need a basic tool kit and drain pan and if its your first time a little bit of patience!

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It will be connected to a hose that goes to the valve cover. The PCV sits inside the cover a little. It can be pulled out easily, but I repalce mine every 3000 miles. It sound crazy but if you can't blow through it, then it's stopped up, but it's good if you air flows through it good. this is how alot of people check them.

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