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When do i change the timing belt?

When do i change the timing belt for my fx45? it is a 2004 with 82K miles

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    thanks so much!!

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The FX 35 and 45 are not timing belt vehicles, they are timing chains and do not need to be replaced.

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I have 194,000 on my 2005 FX-35. Have not changed anything
but brake pads, hoses, belts and currently riding on 3rd set of tires.
Factory recall new dash, head and tail lights Free with unbelievable service from two different No. CA dealers

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According to the Gates belt catalog the change is required at 105,000 miles, but as a tech of 30 years I would do it early to be safe.

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