2001 Lexus ES300 Q&A

2001 Lexus ES300 Question: timing belt

when will I know when it's time to get a timing belt" -
Answer 1
Seven years or 105,000 miles, whichever occurs first. In my experience, the years are worse than the miles as rubber tend to deteriorate over time, even when not used. -
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