Question about 1994 Mercury Tracer
Your service manual should give you an exact number on the timing belt mileage, but I think it is a good investment to change it every 50 thousand miles or 4 or 5 years. Age and weather can be as devastating on a belt as mileage and I found out the hard way that you don't want that thing to break while you are driving somehwhere. It should also be replaced any time you replace the water pump if they share a space in the engine and it isn't brand new already. If you or someone you know can do the work you can save hundreds of dollars by doing it yourself.
Posted on Jan 17, 2009
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