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50,000 to 60,000 miles are recommend.

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Hello,

Kindly check with your car warranty. As the timing belt might probably be replaced after a couple of year depending on your usage. You can also send your car to the motorpool/casa for some diagnostic test if your belt needs to be replaced.

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Generally speaking for most cars the timing belt should be replaced every 50-100 thousand miles. The main cause for concern comes into play when you hear your timing belt squeal or make a loud noise. All you have to do is look an feel. Usually if there is slack or not enough of it you will have to replace it.

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