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Timing belt intervals

Hi, 2004 daewoo lacetti 1.6sx, is my engine non interferance & how often to change timing belt.

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Every 2-3yrs. But depends on usage.

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The above problem could not be entered completly on Fixya, because it was not possible to select the type of my car which is a Daewoo Lacetti. So in order to get my problem displayed I had to choose another car type.
So please disregard my issue. I will solve this problem other way.

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