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Hello there, Yes these cars do have Timing belts, I always recommend changing your Timing Belt at 75,000 miles. It is much better to be safe by changing it than having it break and add up a lot of extra expenses.
If your going to do or get this done you need to replace the camshaft seals crankshaft seal and water pump plus the idlers and tensioner. If its a quad cam you might just want to leave it to the pro's........
Some use a three prong puller. Not very hard to use and you can rent them at auto zone or advance. If an impact wrench isn't getting it off you might wanna try a good size socket wrench with an impact socket. then use a large pipe and a hammer. hit it firmly a few times then try to turn then hammer again then turn again until it breaks loose.