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Timing belt I have a 2006 Chysler Sebring 2.7L engine. I have 58K on the car. Do I have to be concerned with the timing belt at 60K. I know some car have maintenance at 60K for the belt. My owner manual never mention changing the time belt. Thanks for the insight.

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The 2.7L engine uses a timing chain, which has no mileage recommendation on changing it. It is designed to last the life of the engine.

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I usd to wrk at a junk yard, and know for a fact those engines broke down often .2.7 v6 ,there expensive to replace & cost an arm and leg to rebuilt even for after market parts.

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