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I'm looking at purchasing the new Hyundai Veloster. My brothe informed me that Hyundai timing belts have to be hcanged every 60,00 miles. what about the Veloster? It has a timing chain. Does that make a difference?

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    2014 hyundai veloster

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It's chain and no need to change it all but you have to change the oil on time to prevent any damge

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The timing chain will never have to be replaced for the life of the car through normal driving.

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The manual will have the service interval for timing chain replacement, or phone the hyundai dealer

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