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Ford Focus when to change timing belt on ford focus

2000 Ford Focus Problem

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CarFord Focus 1.4
Year2000
Ownerandrew slevin
Posted18/06/2010


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The Problem:

hi i bought a ford focus recently and the person that i bought the car of said that the timing belt only needs to be done every 100thousand miles and said it was done at a 100thousand. i have recently checked the timing cover and cant seem to find the mark that says it was done. there is now 124thousand miles on the clock. should i be worried and how often does it need to be replaced??? any solutions would be greatly appreciated





Solution 1


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He is correct , the reconmended change for a timing belt for a Focus Petrol is 100,000 miles or 10 years whichever is the earliest . If any doubt it was not changed , would be advisable to replace it ASAP.





Posted on Friday 18th of June 2010

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100,000 miles is the recommended time by ford,if you are not sure then get it changed,if the belt snaps it will cause major damage,its worth paying the money for a belt change compared to a new engine





Posted on Friday 18th of June 2010

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ok thats grand will get it checked thanks very much for your replys. just 1 last question an airbag light has come up on my cars dash is there anyway 2 get it to turn off of is there a reason that its on??





Posted on Friday 18th of June 2010

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A common fault is the connections under seat which can be damaged / disturbed due to changing of seat position etc.





Posted on Saturday 19th of June 2010

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ok will check them thanks again





Posted on Sunday 20th of June 2010

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