Timing belt on 1999 Lexus LS400

When should i replace it?

by in West Palm Beach, FL on February 02, 2012
1 answer
ANSWER by on February 02, 2012
90,000 MILES OR 72 MONTHS WHICH EVER COMES 1ST. THIS IS A RATHER BE JOB SO DON'T BE IN SHOCK BY THE PRICE. U SHOULD REPL WATER PUMP T/B ALL TENSIONERS AND REG BELTS AT THAT TIME
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