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I replaced the timing belt with 60,000 miles do I need to replace it 90,000 miles?

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Yes it should be replaced every 30,000 miles it is the weakest link on the engine and will destroy the engine if it breakes. However if it is chan driven then they last longer and would go 50,000 beore changing.

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