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I just need to know when to replace the timing belt on my 2004 Mitsubishi Endeavor. It has 48,000 miles right now. It's not in my owners manual. The manual tells me to follow what it says on the warrantee but I bought this used. Anybody know?

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Well a timming belt usually out lasts the car its self. i wouldnt worry about till around 130,000 thats just my opinion though its not something u do rutuin maintance on or a scheduled event

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