Does Volvo requires change of timing belt? If yes, at what kilometer to change? on 2007 Volvo S40

Now 120,000 km

by in New York, NY on April 12, 2012
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ANSWER by on April 12, 2012
Here is chart on that info below ...it calles for belt, tensioner, and idler pulley at 120K miles. Volvo VOLVO 1.9L Timing Belt & Tensioner Every 105,000 Miles 2.1L {11} 2.3L (B23) {11} 2.3L 4 Cyl. (B230, B230F & B230FT) {55} 2.3L 4 Cyl. (B234) {48} 2.3L 5 Cyl. {39} 2.4L 5 Cyl. Gasoline (Except B5244S7) {39} 2.4L 5 Cyl. Gasoline (B5244S7) Every 150,000 Miles 2.4L Diesel Every 75,000 Miles 2.5L 5 Cyl. Timing Belt & Tensioner Every 120,000 Miles 2.8L Timing Belt & Tensioner Every 105,000 Miles 2.9L {45} Interference/non-interference 1.9L Interference 2.1L Interference 2.3L 4 Cyl. Interference 2.4L Diesel Interference 2.3L, 2.4L & 2.5L 5 Cyl. Interference 2.8L & 2.9L Inline 6 Cyl. Interference {11} On 1985 & prior models, replace at 40,000 mile intervals. On 1986-94 models, replace at 50,000 mile interval. On 1995 & later models, replacement at 70,000 miles is recommended but not required, but the belt should be replaced at 100,000 miles (if not replaced previously). {39} On 1993 & models prior models, replace timing belt every 50,000 miles. On 1994-98 models, replace belt & tensioner every 70,000 miles. On 1999-2003 models, replace timing belt & tensioner every 105,000 miles. On 2004-10 models, timing belt & tensioner every 120,000 miles. {45} On 1992 & prior models, replace every 20,000 miles. On 1993-94 models, replace every 60,000 miles. On 1995-98 models, replace every 70,000 miles. On 1999 & later models, replace timing belt & tensioner every 105,000 miles. {48} On 1992 & prior models, inspect at 5,000 miles, replace at 50,000 miles with follow up inspection 5,000 miles later. On 1993 & later engines, replace every 50,000 miles. {55} On 1991 & prior B230F engines & 1994 B230FT engines less EGR, inspect at 5,000 miles, replace at 50,000 miles with a follow-up inspection 5,000 miles later. On 1992-94 B230F engines & 1994 B230FT engines w/EGR, inspect at 10,000 miles, replace at 50,000 miles with a follow-up inspection 10,000 miles later. On 1995 & later models, replacement at 70,000 miles is recommended but not required, but the belt should be replaced at 100,000 miles (if not replaced previously).
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