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Hi,
The service life of a timing belt is based, partially on how long a particular belt lasts out in the field. Nissan used to recommend replacing the timing belt every 60,000 miles, but over time they have found the generally they last longer than that.
Personally, I still recommend a 60,000 mile replacement interval on this engine.


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Find out if you have a rubber belt or a chain belt. Rubber every 50.000 miles, chain 100.000 miles.

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    For the 3.3L V6, the timing belt gets changed at 105,000 miles. It's also recommended you change the water pump, thermostat, accessory belts, and coolant bypass hose at the same time, while the front of the engine is accessible. I did this work at 112,000 miles and the belt still looked good.

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