It should be a timing belt and i believe Audi recommends every 105,000 miles, but... Replace it at 90,000 or sooner i have seen them fail well before 105,000
HOW MANY MILES BEFORE CHANGING TIMING BELT
Timing chains are designed to last the life of the engine. A timing belt however should be changed around 100K.
It is recommended at 90000 miles before major problems result from not changing it
120,000 miles , inspect and replace if necessary ( but I see another person has answered that their belt broke at 110,000 miles )
The timing belt should be changed every 90,000 miles.
According to the Gates website ( they make timing belts etcetera ) The 3.5 litre V6 engine in a 2000 Honda Odyssey is an INTERFERENCE ENGINE The recommended timing belt replacement is at ( 105,000 miles - normal , 60,000 miles severe ) * If the timing belt breaks you will have engine damage
its a chain, never
Most Fords require timing belt replacement around 130,000 miles. Check your owner's manual for information specific to that model.
at how many miles is it before you change your timing belt
Timing belts last about 70,000 miles. You should change the water pump while you're in there; Honda likes to drive them off the timing belt, they wear out about as fast as the timing belt does, and since you're in there anyway...
Belt manufacturers recommend changing timing belts every 60,000 miles.
Audi recomends changing timing belt and water pump at 110k miles.
Need the year to answer correctly.
Timing belt do before 60000 miles very important.
Every 4 years or 40,000 miles
every 60000 miles
Maximum 90K miles.
timing belts need to be changed every 60k miles
It has a timing chain. Should last the life of the car.
Yes it should be changed around that point. Originally VW said 105,000 miles before changing it because the powertrain warranty was 10years/100,000 miles. Quite a few snapped at 95,000 so they dropped the longer warranty and changed the timing belt interval.