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A timing belt would not be covered under warrenty as it is a service item, they normally require changing every 60.000/100.000 miles dependant on model, this is the reason you are advised to check a vehicles service record when buying a new car, if the milage indicates the belt needs changing, and its not been done, you should have had it changed.
I purchased this car for security for my child and my job as my son attends school in a different town and my job requires me to drive to a suppliers twice a week an hours drive away.
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