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My manual for that truck shows between 75,000 and 90,000.

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Then do it. the book is a safety factor. if you wait longer damage could accur

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I have just changed the timing belt on a 2001 Acura TL and now the engine turns over but will not start.

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Engine Interference Replace belt?
1.6(d16a1) Yes N/A
1.7(b17) Yes 90,000
1.8 (b18 all) Yes 90,000
2.2 & 2.3 (f22 and f23) Yes 90,000
2.5 (5 cyl.) (g25)Yes 90,000
2.5 (V-6) (c25)Yes 90,000
2.7 (C27) Yes 90,000
3.0 (J30) Yes 90,000
3.2 (C32) Yes 90,000
3.2 (SLX) (J32)No 90,000
3.5 (C35) Yes 90,000
3.5 (SLX) (J35)No 90,000

end data:

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5: i do a leak down test, on each cylinder at it's TDC fire points.
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not doing this, in the correct order invites total destruction.
google that , DOHC went boom.

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90,000 miles on a Toyota product? It's barely even broken in! Do it!

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When should i change the timing belt?

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