How Many Years For Timing Belt Replacement On The 2001 Alfa Romeo 156 (1.9 JTD)?

On this page you’ll find a clear, concise answer on the time/age at which you need to replace the timing belt on your 2001 Alfa Romeo 156 with the 1.9 JTD engine.

At launch, your 2001 Alfa Romeo 156 (1.9 JTD) had a recommended timing belt replacement time of 5 Years.

However, owing to failures occurring earlier than this official replacement timeframe, the recommended timing belt replacement time/age for your 2001 Alfa Romeo 156 (1.9 JTD) is 4 years recommended, 5 maximum.

Use 4 years recommended, 5 maximum and not 5 Years, unless you want to risk premature timing belt failure and expensive engine damage.

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