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When do u change a timeing belt on a 407 diesel i

When do you change a timing belt on a 407 diesel i have 66000 on my 407

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There are a million answers to this. Below is the offical table. However it depends if the car has been serviced correctly in the log book. I suggest checking there first or ringing the garage that has stamped the service log book. If you are not the original owner you can still ring to ask. You will note the recommended period both in time and miles on the chart. If you are at all unsure I would strongly recommend considering getting the belt checked and replaced as the costs of a full engine repair if it fails is massive. You will note only a few engines are at low miles most ar at 160,000. I have changed a few at 200,000 and the belt looked fine, have also had belts fail before 100,000 with engines needing replacement.Always get a kit including pulleys and replace all, pulleys renown for seasing. Good luck
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You should change your timing belt now. as a general rule all timing belts should be changed at 50000miles just for peace of mind.im not familiar with that specific model but make sure you replace what ever pulleys,waterpump and tensioners you get in your replacement timing belt kit.

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It usually falls between 75-80 thousand miles unless you are experincing engine failures.

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