Originally Posted by rgardjr1
Good to know. I just checked and the waterpump and timing belt were change at 71K on our 2006. Looks like I should plan on doing it again at 160K.
A lot of folks have pushed the timing belt interval to 120k miles without issue.
It is easy to pull one of the plastic covers and inspect the timing belt. If there is no oil/coolant evidence and the belt looks good, no need to change.
I would make sure than the idler pulleys and timing belt tensioner are changed at the next one. They are not expensive.