BMW timing belt interval

You will need to know your vehicle’s engine size to use this table. Once you know, you can determine your BMW timing belt interval by using the first table and the reference key. Be sure to look at the second table to see whether or not the engine is interference-fit.

2.5L Replace Every 60,000 Miles{2}
2.7L Replace Every 60,000 Miles{2}


2.4L Diesel Interference
2.5L & 2.7L Interference

Reference key

{2} – It is recommended that the timing belt be replaced whenever the tensioner roller has been released, regardless of the belt age or condition. After the timing belt has been replaced, a label indicating the mileage & date that service has been performed should be affixed to the cylinder head cover.


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