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How much will it cost to replace my timing belt?

(1999 Ford Ranger)
in College Station, TX on September 02, 2011
Also, what do I need to get done if I am approaching 100,000 miles on my car?
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of Greg Solow's Engine Room on September 02, 2011
Two wheel drive, 4 cylinder engine has a timing belt, three oil seals and a timing belt tensioner, inspect coolant hoses and external fan belts, My labor guide says 1.6 hours to replace t/belt and oil seals, add 1.4 for a/c and power steering equipped vehicles. Plus parts. The other two engine options for your truck have timing chains not t/belts.
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