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Old 10-03-2018, 23:36   #1
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Daft Question - Cambelt Change - Oil?

So my long overdue cambelt / waterpump is being replaced next week. With past cars part of the change was oil / filter. Is this needed when the garage carry out the work?

The only reason iím asking here and not them is they are closed until Monday and ecp have 35% off where i could purchase some Castrol and carry out the change next weekend if itís not part of a general belt change.

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I think itís usually just done as you get it done as part of a normal service, but you get major components done at the same time.

Iím getting mine done next week and also the fuel/oil filter and oil is getting changed, however if itís been done recently then I wouldnít bother, although for what 60 quid ur maybe as well getting it done. Depends how long ago it was done.

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