should I replace my timing belt when I get my water pump replace in a 2001 Grand Am

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Asked by Aug 28, 2016 at 03:21 PM about the 2001 Pontiac Grand Am

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My car have 200000 miles on it and I need to know if I need to replace the
timing belt when I replace my water pump

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1,825

yes, do you know when it was last changed?

15,235

ALWAYS.

65,345

100% YES

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79,125

You have a timing chain. Not a belt. But if you're planning on keeping the car for awhile and it's in good shape I'd replace the timing chain and sprockets. At 200,000 it wouldn't hurt. HTH. -Jim

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65,345

He has a belt, it says so at the top of the page.

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79,125

Lol, Bob. -Jim

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65,345

It is a special 1 off engine! LOL. Good catch sir.

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79,125

LOL, thank you Sir! -Jim

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Thank you everyone

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79,125

You're welcome. Glad to help. -Jim

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