2004 Toyota Camry Q&A

2004 Toyota Camry Question: Timing Belt Replacement

If annual mileage is only 3000 miles/year, is it suggested that the timing belt be replaced after a specific number of year? If so, how many? -
Answer 1
Toyota's official policy is replace every 90,000 miles or 72 months. Oil leaks will hasten the need for earlier timing belt changes. -
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