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To keep my car running efficiently when should I replace the timing belt?

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If your vehicle has the 4.2 liter engine, it has a timing chain, not a belt. if you keep up on your oil changes, it shouldn't require service. make sure to look after this engine well, if there is ever a timing chain issue in this truck, it is a very very large and expensive job.

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Could be get the specs and reset the timing. If it contiues then try working on the fuel filter or idle speed.

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