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I have always used 60,000 miles as a rule of thumb.

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Timing belt should be changed at 100000 miles

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SOURCE: Cam Belt on Outlander 2.4 litre Petrol - 2004

The vehicle has a belt and should be changed every 60,000 miles.

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never this engine has a chain you should be good for life of car

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I have a l200 saturn 03 was running with old coil and boots but was misfiring. Replaced coil and boots now wont start will roll over but wont start if does start dies within 1 min. plugged computer in says...

The 2003 Saturn L200 does have a camshaft position sensor. It is located on the bottom front of the engine behind the starter.

You will need to remove the 2-bolts that secure the starter to get to the sensor.

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Need to no after how many miles we have to change the timing belt

It is recommended that a timing belt should be change every 100,000km. Honda's and Acura's especially. Whenever the water pump is changed, it is also wise to change the timing belt too as it is all in one spot, and VS. In some cars, [Acura's], when the timing belt breaks, it also can tear your valves in your engine apart, so I hope that this answers your question

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The general advice is 60,000 miles. The belt could last over 100k if conditions are right.

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never this engine has a chain you should be good for life of car

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Do you have to change the water pump when changing the timing belt/timing?

You don't have too, but not bad idea, the timing belt drives the water pump, if you just replace timing belt, and not water pump, water pump could go out and mess up the timing belt, now it has to be done all over again, timing belt, water pump and labor.

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