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Cam belt should be changed at the time or mileage that the manufacturer says. If the service history is such that it has not been done and should have (37K likely) or it is due then it must be done. If it breaks or slips your engine will suffer,possibly big time.
It is easier on some engines than others but a 75 is no Ferrari so a solid garage mechanic could supply and fit this even making a decent wage for about 100 to 150.
I just bought a Rover 418SLD turbo diesel, but I want to replace the cambelt. What is the price? Can somebody to give me advice, how can I do it myself, but I think it s better, if a mechanic is doing it, if you know a reliable man around Gatwick area
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