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Should i replace the timing chain on a 2004 corolla with 70000 miles.THANKS

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Chains are made to last for the life of the engine at 200k you might want to check the chain guides tha'ts all. you are thinking of the belts they had to be changed at about 80k.

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If it isnt broken dont replace it.Timing chains last a long time.As long as it isnt a belt.Belts tend to wear and crack.

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Replacement recommendation for a Toyota Corolla is 60,000 miles.

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