2001 Mitsubishi Eclipse Q&A
2001 Mitsubishi Eclipse Question: WHen should timing belt be replaced?
EVERY 60 TO 90K MILES. READ OWNERS MANUAL - globalhelper
You can pull the timing cover off to check the condition. The cost is dependant on wether it needs a water pump, tensioner, or idler pulleys. We can get it in and check it for you if needed. Give us a call, Advanced Auto Clinic in Delavan, 263-728-2944. It's best to bring it in so we can look at it to give you an accurate estimate if your interested. - Advanced Auto Clinic LLC
140.00.00 miles for sure - codyshow
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