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Last changed belt at 96,000 miles. It now has 208,000 miles. When should I change it next?

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Visually inspect it. If there are cracks running through 2 or more grooves in the belt, or if they're running in the opposite direction, it's time to replace it. Some belts wear more often from the inside out and you can't always see the wear. I'd call your local Toyota dealership and ask them what the maintenance interval for your model and year Toyota is.

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