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Toyota corrollareg 2000 1332 liftback has 39000 miles only do not know if it is belt or chain does it need changing

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I would say no and most likely it is a rubber belt...and most cars now can go over 100,000 miles not a problem but it depends on the driving style jack rabbit driving may need quicker attention of 50,000 miles or so.. but check your owners manual and you know your driving style...good luck.

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