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What is the recommended mileage to change the timing belt on a 2002 Suzuki XL7?

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Changing the timing belt for a 2002 xl7 is not recommended because they use a chain belt on it.

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It is recommended to change timing belts and tensions between 50 to 70 thousand miles. Hope this helps.

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Usually about 75,000mi it need to be replaced. May go more or less mileage, but within the mentioned time frame it may go bad.

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