What Is The Timing Belt Interval On A 2005 Alfa Romeo 156 With 1.9 M-Jet JTD Engine?

Don’t risk expensive engine damage to your Alfa Romeo. On this page you’ll find the timing belt replacement interval for your 2005 Alfa Romeo 156 with the 1.9 M-Jet JTD engine.

If you’re in a hurry, all you need to know is that the recommended timing belt replacement interval for your 2005 Alfa Romeo 156 with the 1.9 M-Jet JTD engine is 77,000km kilometres/ 48,000mi miles OR 4 years recommended, 5 maximum (whichever comes first).

One thing to note is that the official timing belt interval for your 2005 Alfa Romeo 156 (1.9 M-Jet JTD) differs from the recommended interval. Over the years, Alfa Romeo has had various issues with timing belts failing before the officially recommended interval, which for your car is as below:

Timing Belt Replacement Interval (KM)116,000km
Timing Belt Replacement Interval (Miles)72,000mi
Timing Belt Replacement Time5 Years

Recommended Timing Belt Interval For A 2005 Alfa Romeo 156 With 1.9 M-Jet JTD Engine

Instead, look at the recommended timing belt interval for the 2005 156 with the 1.9 M-Jet JTD engine is as follows:

Timing Belt Replacement Interval (KM)77,000km
Timing Belt Replacement Interval (Miles)48,000mi
Timing Belt Replacement Time4 years recommended, 5 maximum

Do not risk premature engine failure in your 2005 Alfa Romeo 156 (1.9 M-Jet JTD) – change the timing belt/cambelt as per the recommended table above, and if in doubt (i.e. you have just purchased the vehicle and have no service records) then get the timing belt done.

See also  How Many Years For Timing Belt Replacement On The 2006 Alfa Romeo 156 (2.0 JTS)?

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