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jcfbaby

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look at the belt and see if there are crack or damage or excessive wear.

 

It won't affect your car in any performance way, It will prevent the belt from jumping the gear one tooth or more. If that happens then you will bad timing and your car will run bad and you could damage your car driving it with bad timing.

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Yea you don't want to end up replacing it too late or you will need to replace a lot of other things as well.

 

Just check for cracking/wear.

 

Typically timing belt is every 110K miles or 7 years along with water pump and inspect auto-tensioner.

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