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Timing belt my son just bought a 2000 hyundai elantra it has 172371 mi. the former ouner took good care of it accept he only changed the timing belt 1 time right at 60000 mi. My son wants to get about 80000 mi. use out of this car and ask me if he should have a new timing belt instaled. I'm not sure how to guide him can someone give me their opinion on this matter Thank you

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It is due for another timing belt replacement.If the belt breaks it can cause damage to engine.I would recommend having replaced as soon as possible

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