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post #21 of 28 (permalink) Old 28-11-2021, 13:00 Thread Starter
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I'm pretty laid back about tbh. 4 years old and less than 18k miles. I'll probably get it done next year as I said, when I need a couple of new front tyres too.

We use ours regularly too.
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Hi all I have 2006 Peugeot boxer 2.2hdi ,cambelt changed 6 years ago anyone know the correct intervals to change,lots of conflicting views on Google
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It should say in your manual, but I think 6 years is a good interval, better sooner than after it's gone.
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Thanks Pudsey, the handbook simply says your Peugeot dealer will advise on replacement interval
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Thanks Pudsey, the handbook simply says your Peugeot dealer will advise on replacement interval
For piece of mind if nothing else it would be worth contacting one ten. at least you'll know for the future then.
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I had our 2010 roller team, 2.3 130bhp fully serviced, including Cam belt water pump and four new tyres, done at my local independent garage, it had only done 10.000 miles, was advised for similar reasons on this thread, I think the bill total was £1,200.00.
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Thanks all ,emailed Peugeot customer service who say contact local Peugeot dealer.will try on Monday
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