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Dealer recommends new timing belt

Our 2001 Honda Civic has 50,000 miles on it. Our dealer keeps recommending that we have the timing belt replaced as general maintenance for $$$.

Are they right? I read it should be replaced at 105,000 or so, but know it's 7 years plus old.

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If you have winter our suppose to change to t belt every 100,000km or 60,000miles if you go by the book our suppose to change it by the months its maintenanse just in case you dont have mush milage but the years are there hope it help thanks pierre

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