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Mileage to replace cam belt on 2006 ford bantam 1.3 i xl

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i have a 2005 ford focus hatchback 1.6 tdci, does this have a cam belt or chain system?

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75,000 miles for heavy urban city driving.
100,000 miles if you drive a lot of freeway.
Mix driving should be under 90,000 miles.
If your the timing guide (on the side of the timing belt cover) making noise then you should change it ASAP.
A loose timing belt will offset timing on the injector and decrease mileage.


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just check the belt for cracks running across the belt or pieces of the rubber missing or the belt is fraying, if any of these problems are visible replace the belt.
I would change mine around the 60,000klm's unless the belt showed signs of deterioration.
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this should be changed at about 100,000 kil(60,000 miles) to lessen the chance of engine damage,each manufacture has there own requirements but this is a rule of thumb,as the belt takes alot of abuse starting and stopping the motor and spinning at 3,000 rpm`s or more constantly.

Posted on Mar 31, 2011

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