Question about 2005 Infiniti G35
I have 2005 G35 with 37K. The dealership is saying that I need to replace them. The car is kept in a garadge at my residence and work. It just does not seem right that the belts need to be replaced with such low miles.
Does this sound correct?
Sir, belts do generally last a lot longer, but many people recommend to replace them sooner as a precautionary measure. You can inspect your belts except timing belt by using a good light and inspecting them closely for cracks or other damage. A broken belt can be costly if it breaks, especially in engines that do not have no valve piston clearance when out of time.
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
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