When should I change the timing belt on my van?

When should I change the timing belt on my 2016 Mercedes Citan van?

Asked on 28 May 2024 by paul Coakley

Answered by Craig Cheetham
Mercedes-Benz uses a toothed cambelt on the Citan with an official replacement interval of 150,000 miles or 10 years, whichever is sooner. Changing it before then is good practice as it will help prevent failure.
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