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How critical is it to have a timing belt replacement at 130,000 miles

(2001 Chrysler PT Cruiser)
in Silverton, OR on October 17, 2012
This pt has never had any problems other then replacing a battery and a starter. A great little car!
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on November 02, 2012
Depends on your definition of 'critical'. If it breaks it will most likely cause other internal engine problems/ damage , such as bent valves. At that vehicles age and miles you'd be best putting an engine in it.T-BELT is a maintenance item on those.
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