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Timing belt replacement

(2005 Toyota Solara)
in Peabody, MA on February 28, 2009
do i need to replace my timing belt at 60,000 miles...or 90,000 miles?
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Toyota's own website has all their "minimum" service requirements.
http://smg.toyotapartsandservice.com/guides.php?xv=0&xy=0&xint_id=0&v=19&y=2005&int_id=18
3MZFE engine requires a timing belt change every 90,000 miles
on April 01, 2013
90k is suggested It will not hurt the engine if the belt should break. but your down!
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