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I have a 2004 Santa Fe with 39000 miles when can I aspect the driving or timing belt to go out

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The timing belts must be replaced every 5 years or 50k miles, whatever comes first. The other belts whenever they give signs of slipping, no fixed date.

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Timing belt replacement recommend every 60,000 miles or 48 months which ever comes first, drive belts at oil changes or tune-ups should be checked for cracks or glazed.

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