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Newbie with a question
Topic Started: Apr 2 2018, 07:12 PM (255 Views)
Djurre1980
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Good evening Iveco enthusiasts,

My name is Djurre, i am located in the Netherlands and i am 38 years old.
Since january of 2017 i am the owner of a 1987 Iveco Turbo Daily camper.
It has now 278000 kilometers on the clock and is running and driving fine.

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We have visited France, Germany, Sweden and Denmark with it, loads of fun so far.

I have a question however.

The timing belt has been changed in november 2013 with 261681 km, it has now 278000 km.
When does it need a new timing belt according to the maintainance specifications?

Thanks guys.





It is a Iveco Turbo Daily 35-10 by the way.
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graysworld
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Welcome, There are not many people on here with the mk1 and probably not in such good condition. I was always told every 5 years regardless of Kms. Here is a link to a thread for the mk2. Yours is similar http://ivecoforums.com/topic/1105751/1/ some are saying 60,000 miles others 40,000 miles (divide by 1.6 for Kms)

Regards Graeme
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