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Getz servicing when does the timming belt need to be changed in a Getz? and how much does it cost?

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    Scott Moore May 11, 2010

    I'm not sure about what type of vehicle your asking about? typically timing belts are of the 60,000 mile type, however some cars will go 90,000.

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Hello, Im Ismail A, and i would love to help you with your problems. Well I see that you asked when do a timing belt needs a change in a Hyundai Getz, well to answer your first question, you would need to change your timing belt every 90k, and the price would be $43.00/ tax.

It was great helpping you. Have a nice peacful day. And hope you like the Information I have giving you.

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