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    Default Whats timing belt change frequency for cultus??

    My cultus has been run for 60000 km. Can any one help that whats the timing belt change frequency for cultus ??
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    If its genuine mileage then you have to replace it before 100k kms

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    hi there all pw's wanted ask the model no for timing belt no for vitz 2001 model cause i dont have the slightest clue anyone help or txt me asap 03358100876
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    Timing Belts Need To Be Replaced before Every 70k For Being Safer Side.....!

    100k Km Are For Timing Chains....!

    Get It Replaced.....!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SER_GTR View Post
    Timing Belts Need To Be Replaced before Every 70k For Being Safer Side.....!

    100k Km Are For Timing Chains....!

    Get It Replaced.....!
    timing chain replacement is based on the amount of wear on the timing chain, this is measured by using a protractor wheel on the crankshaft and measuring how many degrees the camshaft is off. I believe the limit is 4 degrees.
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    No One Knows That Here...Simply Replace And Make Life Easy
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    measuring is easier for me ,

    btw chain failure at 100,000 kms means that either the design is really poor or some sort of lube failure is going on. Such as seen on the old mazda 808, 323 etc engines, it actually had a pair of hook shaped oilers for the chain which would get smashed up if the tensioner failed. Mechanics almost never replaced that part,

    I expect a timing chain to last at least 200,000 kms unless the chain is an extemely sloppy product made by chinese slaves.
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    u dont need to replace chain..
    unless u start hearing something from the chain..
    usually its the tenshioner not the chain..
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    Quote Originally Posted by ahm13 View Post
    u dont need to replace chain..
    unless u start hearing something from the chain..
    usually its the tenshioner not the chain..
    I believe you have never seen a chain break off - It can and does break and the resulting damages are not quite pretty.
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    70k or 100 k will be ok

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    I changed timing belt of Cultus at 80K as mentioned in handbook. The belt was in good condition, so I think changing at 100K is safe. Also remember to change the other belt.

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