Most responsible car and truck owners know that at some point in their vehicle's lifetime they will need to replace the timing belt. The problem is knowing when it's time to replace it. You can inspect your timing belt, which is a good idea to do at every maintenance check, but if you want to really stay on top of your engine maintenance, you should replace your timing belt at the manufacturer's interval. These intervals vary from car to car and engine to engine. The good news is we have a database that can provide you with that information for most vehicles. Check out the Timing Belt Info Page to check up on your next timing belt replacement.