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If the timing belt and other maintenance needs to be done at 60K miles, does that mean it should be done again at 120K, 180K, etc.? Could the interval be longer after the first 60K miles? Does everything need to be changed out again?

Seems likely, but just wondering ...
 

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yes, 60k is the expected life of the parts, including the replacements.
 

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Timing belts only have a life span of ~60,000 miles regardless of whether or not they are a replacement. Do you really want to take the chance of ruining your engine? To answer your question, yes, change it at every 60K mile interval. Think of it as cheap insurance.

Mike

[This message has been edited by R/TforME (edited January 12, 2000).]
 
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