Mitsubishi timing belt interval

You will need to know your vehicle’s engine size to use this table. Once you know, you can determine your Mitsubishi 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.

All {33}
2.0L (2006-07) {72}
2.4L Eclipse (2006) Every 105,000 Miles Or 84 Months
2.4L Galant (2006) Every 60,000 Miles Recommended
2.4L Outlander (2006) {72}
2.4L (2007-10) Every 105,000 Miles Or 84 Months
3.0L (2007-10) Every 105,000 Miles Or 84 Months
3.8L Eclipse (2006) Every 105,000 Miles
3.8L Endeavor (2006) {72}
3.8L Galant (2006) Every 60,000 Miles Recommended
3.8L Montero (2006) {72}
3.8L (2007-10) Every 105,000 Miles Or 84 Months


1.5L Interference
1.6L DOHC Interference
1.6L SOHC Interference
1.8L Interference
2.0L DOHC Interference
2.0L SOHC Interference
2.3L Diesel Interference
2.4L DOHC Interference
2.4L SOHC Interference
3.0L DOHC Interference
3.0L SOHC 12 Valve Engine Free-Wheeling
3.0L SOHC 24 Valve Engine Interference
3.5L DOHC Interference
3.5L SOHC Interference
3.8L Interference

Reference key

{33} On 1994 & prior models, replace every 60,000 miles. On 1995-2007 models, replace every 60,000 miles is recommended. On 2008-10 models, replace every 105,000 miles.

{72} Normal Service, replace every 60,000 miles. For California, Massachusetts, Vermont & Maine, this maintenance is recommended but is not required to maintain the emissions warranty. Replace the timing belt at every 105,000 miles when it has not been replaced at the first 60,000 miles. Severe service, replace every 60,000 miles or 48 months.


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