On my VWs I change the OHC belt at 80K miles and retension every 15K miles on the older units. VW generally recommends 100K miles. On my VWs I change the OHC belt at 80K miles and retension every 15K miles on the older units. VW generally recommends 100K miles.
The 2.5s have timing chains. Chains are much longer lasting and do NOT need to be replaced at 60-100k miles like a rubber belt would.
A 100K race is 62.14 miles.
100k (kilometers) is 62.14 miles.
If you have 100k miles or more you should do it. 100k miles is usually a good mileage to do it on any car. For specifics you should call the dealership.
Mabye Mabye not I DONT KNOW
every 100k miles
100 kilometers = 62.1371192 miles
100 kilometers is 62.14 miles.
A hair over 62 miles.
10 years or 100K miles or sooner if they start to give you trouble.
Every 80K miles, 100K max.
60 to 100k depending on service
Yes, as recommended by the manufacturer. Generally recommended every 5 years or 100K miles.
Every five years or 100K miles.
Usually at 100K miles.on most cars its 100,000 miles
The general time to do so is around 100k (100,000) miles
80k-90k miles They go for about 150,000 but its safe to change it around 100k
If you can try using Toyota oil. It is just right for 100K engines.
Yes, but the mileage for the powertrain warranty is reduced from 100k miles to 60k miles.
From what i understand its built in to the fuel tank and pump, should be replaced around 100k miles
Between 90k and 100k miles..any higher and your risking expensive repairs