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I recently received a service reminder to have my 60,000 service performed on my 2006 Camry LE 4cyl would I need to have my timing belt replaced? if so how expensive of a cost to have it replaced at the dealership?
 

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The 2.4L four-cylinder engine in your Camry has a timing chain, not a timing belt. The chain is supposed to last the life of the car. Your reminder may be a generic one, or it may be referring to the serpentine belt.
 

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Unless something happens, no, the timing chain shouldn't ever need to be adjusted. At 60K miles you might want to consider a drain/refill of your transmission fluid if you haven't done it already. I've got a 2005 and I did mine at 3yr/25K miles and again at 4yr/34K miles. That might be considered excessive to some but it only takes 15 minutes including prep and clean up so I don't mind.
 
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