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Do 1994 Nissan 4 cylinders need a new timing belt at 90,000 to100,000 Miles??

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Your Nissan does not have an interference engine, meaning when the belt breaks it will not ruin your engine. In fact Gates hose and belts doesn't even list a timing belt for that engine which makes me think that you have a timing chain instead. Timing chains seldom break so unless your having some issue that make you think it needs replacing I would just drive it.

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Yes, this goes for almost any vehicle that is out on the road.

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    Chris Moorman Jan 22, 2011

    That is not correct for most vehicles on the road, in fact most modern vehicles have interference engines. This means that when the timing belt fails the still moving pistons strike the suddenly not moving valves destroying the valves and possibly themselves. Damage can also occur to the camshaft and piston walls. Honda, Toyota, Kia, Hyundia and Mitsubishi are just a few of the Makes that have interference engines.

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