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My MB is a 1988 300se with 14K miles .when timing belt needs replacement?

(1990 Mercedes-Benz 300SE)
in Feura Bush, NY on February 03, 2016
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on February 04, 2016
no service required,should last the life of the engine,which would be a long,long,time for you with only 14K on it,average of 500 miles a year!!unless it rattles or breaks,which most likely won't happen.
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on February 05, 2016
I am sorry I met today 104.000 miles
on February 05, 2016
still,3714 miles a year,that's still very good!
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on February 04, 2016
no service required,should last the life of the engine,which would be a long,long,time for you with only 14K on it,average of 500 miles a year!!unless it rattles or breaks,which most likely won't happen.
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on February 05, 2016
I am sorry I met today 104.000 miles
on February 05, 2016
still,3714 miles a year,that's still very good!
That car has a timing chain, if it is loose you should here some rattling noise.
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