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Is there a recommended mileage for the replacement of the timing chain/belt for a 2.4 liter 16 valve 2004 Camry Toyota

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It has a timing chain..Can't find any info on mileage to change?? belts are about 60.000 miles, i don't think you have to worry about changing by miles ??
You may call Toyota dealer and ask service manager?? Hope this helped you ?

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