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post #11 of 17 (permalink) Old 30-06-2012, 17:38
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Timing belt kit, water pump and labour came to £413. £188 +VAT for parts.

I was quite happy with this

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Timing belt kit, water pump and labour came to £413. £188 +VAT for parts.

I was quite happy with this

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Sounds a reasonable price for piece of mind I'm with the 5 year gang to much at stake to risk failure
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im with the 5 yrs boys

400 q is better than new engine
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I have a 2015, 2.2 Boxer with 26k mileage.
Service manuals donít clearly say what kind of timing belt it has or what the change intervals are, can anyone help?
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Welcome to the forum JMCN. I'm just giving your post a boost.

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I thought it was a chain, could be very wrong.
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Pretty sure Kev is correct, chain not belt drive.


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