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When do I change the timing belt on a 2006 dodge stratus

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If you have a 4 Cylinders, Then you have a timing belt not a chain. And when the timing belt breaks the car will not run at all and if it was running, Then the car will stall and the engine will be damaged due to the pistons hitting the valves and bend them. So you may want to check it and maybe change it if the car is around 60.000 miles before its too late. Good luck

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Location of the timing belt on a 2006 dodge stratus


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