Question about 1995 Nissan Maxima
Does my 4th gen need a timing belt replacement?
All VQ equiped Maximas (1995 - on) use a dual stage timing chain. This needs no periodic maintenace or replacement. It is designed to last the life of the engine. This is a very good thing. CAN ANYONE TELL ME IF THIS IS A TRUE STATEMENT??!!! :)
That may be true, but you also have to look at it this way: Dealers give you a warranty when you buy a vehicle, whether it is 36,000 mile/36 month or more or less, well they only give you a warranty for so long because they know that eventually it will break down. Parts only last so long, especially moving parts. Most engine are not expected to last more than 150,000 miles. So I would eventually replace the timing chain. Most vehicles say to change them at 60,000 miles as routine maintenance. Hope this helps.
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