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I have a 2004 Toyota Vios Soluna. It has 130,000kms and I am wondering if and when I am supposed to change the timing belt? thanks for your help, steve

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If it's not specified in the owner manual, and if it's not already been replaced, 90,000 miles (144,000km) is probably the longest you should wait before replacing it.

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Vios 2004 1.3E manual something happen about the compression of the engine i don' know what is the cause is it the ignition coil or the gasoline filter 65000 km i'm already replacing new spark plug but still.....

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