When Should A Toyota Corolla 1989 Timing Belt Be Replaced?


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Every 75,000 - 90,000 miles.  Don't go past 90,000 - if the timing belt breaks, it does serious damage to the "top end" (valve train and pistons) of the engine.  It's a good idea to replace the water pump and drive belts at the same time - plan on spending about $500 at a local shop or $700 at the dealership. 

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