The owner's contains the following text regarding the timing belt:
The timing belt should normally be
replaced at the intervals shown in
the maintenance schedule.
(That's 100,000 miles or 168,000 km)
Replace this belt at 60,000 miles (U.S.)
or 100,000 km (Canada) if you
regularly drive your car in one or
more of these conditions:
In very high temperatures
(over 110°F, 43°C).
In very low temperatures
(under 20°F, 29°C).
The dealership is telling me I will need to replace my timing belt at
100,000 km. I don't know about that. The manual seems to suggest that
unless you drive "regularly" in the Mohave desert or Nunavut, the
168,000 km should be fine.
What do you guys think?
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