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Every mechanical part on the car will fail with use or time. Your car is 21 years old, meaning it has outlived its intended useful life by over 100%. The return springs in the belts have worn out, like all springs do. The cost to replace them is no doubt more than the value of the car. The lion's share of its model year brethren long ago met the crusher, what you should be wondering is why all of the other parts are still working at this advanced age. Consider yourself fortunate, you get to drive a testament to the longevity and quality of the Toyota.

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