timing belt on 2007 Toyota Corolla

When do you change timing belt on corolla 2007 model

by in Ireland, WV on July 21, 2010
2 answers 2 comments
ANSWER by on July 21, 2010
100000 miles. Roy
COMMENT by on February 05, 2011
So, based on the other answer, replace the timing chain at 100,000 miles? Do I need to replace the serpentine belt at a certain mileage?
COMMENT by on October 06, 2012
No, you need to periodically inspect your belt(s) for wear. Look for cracking, chips, fraying, pieces missing etc. If it has started to squeel especially on start-up or acceleration or is shiney it may have streched and still needs to be replaced. Generally 100k is about the max life from any drive belt. The main drive belt can be replaced in 5 mins in your garage or driveway....super easy.
ANSWER by on December 14, 2010
Do not need to replace, You have timing chain not belt.
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