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When should i change my timing belt on my xterra 2003 with 68000 miles

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Do it before the 1 in there breaks and smash's ur valves into the pistons.
there only good for 80,000km not miles .anyways if it's weather'd a few years then god only knows, that's extra wear. change it now before yours breaks.

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