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Change timing belt. Check owners manual. Cannot find any information in manual.

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Your "question" does not make it clear what exactly you are asking. Do you want to know the recommended change intervals for the timing belt on your car, or do you actually want to know how to change it yourself? If it's the former then you can either look it up online or call the dealer and tell them the exact model and year of your car. If its the latter all I can say is I'm not sure you know enough about cars to be replacing a timing belt. If you put it on wrong, very bad things could happen. You also might want to find out if you have an interference engine or a non-interference engine. With the latter you do not have to worry about your engine being totally destroyed should the old belt break before you have it replaced.

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It won't be in the owners manual you need to purchase a service manual for your vehicle Haynes is a basic one that is quite helpful for the engine work

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