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Manual says belt change every 20.000klm.....

I have done 1600 klm in 4 years now. do i need belt change again?? manual just says every 20.000klm. i have changed them back in 2006 when i did big service.

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No, as you can see the timing belt is good for 20K km from the last instal which means you have another 18K km before chnaging it again. Good?

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