When Cambelt Change Rover 25?

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Your manufacturer will typically inform you when the cambelt on your Rover 25 is due for change using the distance the engine has travelled (a typical example is 36,000 miles). Failure to replace it can result in belt failure and an expensive repair. The alternative is when your manufacturer insists that the belt on your car be replaced once it has reached a certain age (a typical example is 4/5 years).
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Every 4 years or 50,000 miles which ever comes first. £150 for belt change. £500+ if it snaps. Source(s): Had both rover 45 and 400, Belt went on both. Hayes manual.
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Depends on the year of the car. Rover quoted 72K miles on earlier models I've known them go longer than that but I would eer on an early change [36-48K tops) for peace of mind ( It
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You should be able to find this out by looking in the owner's manual. If the manual is lost, you could call the dealership. Most vehicles I have owned, the belt was to be changed
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Should be changed every 60k
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