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Timing belt replacement

(2004 Mitsubishi Galant)
in Lyons, NY on April 05, 2010
I still have the balance of my power train warranty in effect and want to know if I don't change the belt at the
recomended 60,000 miles and it breaks later will this negate my warranty.
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on April 05, 2010
If the service guide recommends changing the belt at 60,000 miles and it isn't changed and fails, the repair will not be under warrenty
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