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I have 2000 Grand Prix with 112,000 miles on it ?

Do I need to change the timing belt? I have not changed the timing belt so for.

If I have to change the timing belt, do I have to change the water pump also along with it? Some people say it is a good idea.

How much will these cost approximately?

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Yes and Yes. You should replace them both and also the tensinor

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