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info on timing belt 147?

hey guys i was just wondering i was told by a friend with alfas to do the timing belt every 25k but saw on a website that said 36k. it was done when i bought the car at 24k now im on 49k and i was just wondering also about the t-sparks their done at 50k right? anyone know a thread here that has more info on the t-sparks in terms of changing them or anything at all im guessing its like changing your standars sparks i know there 2 different types of plugs in this one tho any info greatly appreciated
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Hi massa, hope your eye is better (LOL).

Whatever you hear or read it's this fact;
2.0 TS it's 60,000km or 3 yrs (whichever is first)

If you are in harsh environment or use your car in high stress situations more often then it should be detected at the inspection period as per the service guide.

There was a thread just recently showing the steps to change spark plugs and if you want to do the timing belt you will need an Alfa special tool or similar. You will need to change variator, balance shaft belt etc and have waterpump a search for the topic (use the search help) and you will find all.

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It is definitely a 36,000 mile interval fro timing belt on all TS engines.
Alfa have officially revised it back to this after premature failures.
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