One of the most common oversights in car maintenance is the failure to replace the timing belt at the recommended intervals. Unfortunately failure to replace the timing belt or timing belt kit as specified can cause extensive engine damage (valve to piston damage) once the belt breaks or even stretches to the point where it skips one or multiple timing belt teeth.
Timing Belt or Timing Belt Kits should be replaced between 60,000 kms – 150,000 kms depending on the vehicle make and model. The list below is a guide for popular makes and models, however service manuals should always be consulted for detailed and accurate replacement interval.
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Audi A4 – 90,000 kms
Holden Astra – 60,000 kms & 90,000 kms
Holden Vectra – 60,000 kms & 90,000 kms
Holden Cruze – 150,000 kms
Mazda BT50 – 120,000 kms
Mitsubishi 380 – 90,000 kms
Mitsubishi Magna – 90,000 kms
Mitsubishi Triton – 90,000 kms
Toyota Camry – 150,000 kms
Toyota Hi Ace – 150,000 kms
Toyota Hi Lux – 150,000 kms
Peugeot 307 – 80,000 kms
Subaru Liberty – 120,000 kms
Subaru Outback – 120,000 kms
Volkswagen Golf – 105,000 kms
Please note the above is a guide only and there will variances between models.
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