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When do you change the cam belt on the 2 litre sport,mine is 8 years old and has done 60000 miles

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It should be done by time and miles, even when miles are low, it should be done by age, its false ecconomy not to replce it, as it will cost alot more if it snaps, change it now! asap. then every 4/5 years or 50k.

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