Peugeot officially recommends changing the 3008's timing belt once every 10 years, but most garages think this is too long and advise replacing every eight years (or every 100,000 miles).

Keeping this in view, when should the timing belt be changed on a Peugeot 308?

An experienced mechanic would recommend five to six years, 60,000-70,000 miles, at most.

Secondly, when should the timing belt be changed on a Peugeot Partner? The interval to replace the timing belt and tensioner is 120000 miles/10 years for adverse conditions or 144000 miles/10 years for normal operating conditions.

In this regard, when should a Cambelt be changed on a Peugeot 207?

VTi and THP engines are chain-driven; others have a timing belt, which should be changed every 10 years or 80,000 to 160,000 miles.

When should the timing belt be changed on a Peugeot 208?

All 208 diesel engines are fitted with a timing belt, which will need replacing after 10 years or 112,500 miles, while brake fluid will need changing every two years and engine coolant every four years or 80,000 miles.

Related Question Answers

Does a Peugeot 307 have a timing belt?

Timing belt for PEUGEOT 307

To make sure the spare part PEUGEOT 307 Timing belt fits perfectly – simply select your vehicle.

Does my car have a timing belt or chain?

There is an easy way to find out if your car is driven by a timing chain or timing belt motor. If, on the side (not top) of the engine, either left or right, there is a plastic cover, your car has timing belt. If there is no plastic on the side, you have a timing chain.

What is the service interval for Peugeot 308?

12,000 miles

Does a Peugeot 308 have a Cambelt?

The 1.4-litre petrol engine is chain-driven, but the others need a cambelt replacement every 10 years, or 100-120,000 miles.

Does a Peugeot 2008 have a Cambelt?

All diesels have a cambelt; this needs replacing at 10 years or 112,500 miles, at £345 (or £295 if the car is over three years old).

How much does it cost to change a timing belt on a Peugeot 207?

Peugeot 207 Timing Belt/Chain Replacement cost
NameIndependent garage estimateFranchise dealer estimate
Peugeot 207 1.6 2013 Part brands: Dayco, FAI, Ina, Peugeot, Starline Parts costs: £208 – £309 Labour time: 2-3 hours£328 – £378£481 – £540

How long does it take to change a timing belt?

The timing belt can be completed at the same time; but typically private mechanics or shops will charge for individual hour replacement; so another 4 to 6 hours roughly. If you'd like, feel free to submit a quote request for the water pump replacement and timing belt replacement.

How often should a Peugeot 207 be serviced?

Peugeot 207 Full Service

We recommend your car receives a Full Service every 12,000 miles or 12 months – whichever is sooner. A Full Service each year will reduce the risk of breakdown and can help maintain the value of the vehicle.

How much is a timing belt change?

The majority of the cost is labor, because many parts need to be removed from the engine to gain access to the belt. A typical timing belt will only cost between $25 and $50, but the repair takes at least a few hours. The labor cost to replace a timing belt can range from $200 – $900.

Does a Peugeot 107 have a timing belt?

The diesel version does have a timing belt – but the recommended replacement interval is 160,000 miles or 10 years.

Is Peugeot 207 a good car?

The 207 is proof that Peugeot is still a master when it comes to small cars. It's roomy, well equipped, attractively styled and comes with strong petrol and diesel engines. Peugeot's 207 is also good to drive with decent steering and a comfortable ride. The boot capacity trails behind other small cars too.

How much does it cost to change a Cambelt on a Peugeot 206?

Peugeot 206 Timing Belt/Chain Replacement cost
NameIndependent garage estimate
Peugeot 206 1.6 2007 Part brands: Dayco, Ina, Peugeot Parts costs: £91 – £120 Labour time: 1-2 hours£174 – £196
Peugeot 206 1.4 2007 Part brands: ContiTech, Dayco, Ina, Peugeot Parts costs: £50 – £109 Labour time: 1-2 hours£137 – £178