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Timing belt of honda civic 1996

I using a honda civic 1996 and now the cars has 99.000 kilometries . i would like to know if i have to change the timing belt or not . if yes whem i have to chenge it

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The timing belt on this car is due every 70,000miles. So if it has not been changed then it is well overdue and my advice would be to change it a.s.a.p

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TIMING BELT SHOULD BE CHANGED AT 60000 MILES OR 100000 KM,

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