If the car has 110k miles on the original timing belt then that should be your priority. In fact, I wouldn't even start the motor again until you replace it. The timing belt on these cars is supposed to be changed no more than 60k miles. The belt may not "look too bad" but that motor is running on borrowed time and if the belt breaks you'll likely be sending the car to the junk yard.Thanks for the tip!
Just ordered the timing belt kit too. Figured Now is the time to do it. Car has 110xxx miles and belts are all original. Timing belt doesn't look too bad, just have to align the 2 marks per a video I found.
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