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Old 21-10-15, 10:43 AM   #1
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Just a quickie,can someone tell me what the intervals are on a 2008 2.0 hdi expert van.
Some people saying its 160k or 120 months.
Seems a bit long to me.
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From the hours I spent investigating this, the figures you state seem to be the most common consensus.
I just had mine changed (incl. water pump) at 78,000 miles because it's 10 years old and had a tow bar when I bought it (so probably had a bit of abuse).
Good peace of mind too, so if something did go wrong now, it has the water pump and timing belt warranty.
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The REAL figures are 160k KILOMETRES.

This equates to around 100k miles BUT i have seen a few fail before that so we done them every 80k miles to be safe.
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Old 29-10-15, 04:32 AM   #4
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I was told 125 k miles!! Mine has 84k on now,i think its time it was changed then. Cheers fellas :+1:
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I`m the same as reliable406,for piece of mind replace at 80K or 8 years which ever comes first.
No matter what people say I would never drive around with a cam belt that's done over 100K or is over 10 years old.
In the Peugeot old days a cam belt change was in the service book as part of a 72000 mile service.
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Old 02-11-15, 09:36 AM   #6
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Yeah totally agree with you on this one,in auto data it states 125k for ford mondeo with same engine code. Don't want to risk it,not worth it.
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