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Typically many manufacturers can recommend a belt change range of anywhere from 50,000 miles to 70,000 miles.
The fact is that belts are very difficult to determine whether they need replacement or not as they often show no visible signs of distress, even up until the point that they fail completely.
Therefore, although belts are said to be designed for the life of the vehicle, manufacturers play safe and recommend an early change.
From my experience with belts on a vast array of brands, I would generally stick with the 50,000 mile rule of thumb. Not because belts often fail after this figure, but only because they are so unpredictable, and at around the 50,000 mile mark, the actual tensioner bearings acting on the belt may begin to show signs of failure.
Posted on Nov 04, 2012
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