Well, maybe not. If you have a 4-cylinder engine on a newer-model vehicle (2005 or later), you’re probably in good shape. Today’s timing belts have come a long way – if you take care of your car and perform regular maintenance checks, you should be able to get 300,000 miles out of your original engine doing the recommended maintenance.
If you have a 6-cylinder engine or a 4-cyclinder engine on an older-model vehicle (2004 or older), then you simply need to change the timing belt about every 100,000 miles. If you think it may be time for an upgrade, call our service department at (888) 685-4312. We’ll be happy to fix you right up.