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I have a 2002 grand vitara 2l petrol .it has done 67k . when should i change the timing belt

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Just a question, if the figure of 67K you quote is miles and not KM, you need to be doing the job right now IMHO.

Also you should bear in mind the age as well as the recorded distance and I usually replace cam belts at around 5/6 years irrespective of miles/km. Cam belts are cheaper than new engines!

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Timing belt


what engine, there are many. what country ,same.
some have a chain. no belt.
the belt change is complex,
login to alldata , its all there. or mitchells.
or go to pub. lib and see esources , under car repair
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