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Rover 25 I have just purchased a 2000 Rover 25 and would like to know when I should replace the cam belt? It has done 36, 000 miles. Please note that Rover is not on the list so I just filled in Land rover!

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    loss of coolant and car over heating ... no other tell tale signs of HGF could it be the water pump? Will it cause damage to continue to drive it until we can get it fixed Rover 25 52 series diesel

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Hi Yes toy are right the timong belt intervals are 36000

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From memory every 60000 miles or 5 years.

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The recommended interval although not posted in the owners manual for the "original" belt is 60,000 miles. There are new replacement OEM / after-market timing belts that you can purchase that have a recommended replacement interval of 90,000 miles. If you are not the original owner and do not know the history of the past engine maintenance, I would at least inspect the installed belt for cracks, traces of oil, missing teeth, and tension. If any of the previouslymentioned problems are noted have the belt replaced. If there is oil on the belt make sure that both the cam and crank shaft seals are replaced when the timing belt is changed. Seals are cheap...!!!! Timing belt changes are expensive and an oil leak will substantially shorten the life of a timing belt.

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