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1995 nissan altima needs timing belt.car has 229,000 miles already. seller wants 500 but needs timing belt. is this a good investment if i get the vehicle?

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Ask your mechanic how much it would be for a timing belt.also i would advise you to bring a mechanic to check it out for you . all adds up i know. but you could end up paying a lot more in the long run on repairs.joe

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