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Well. If you get it fixed it will cost £800 you say. If you don't get it fixed and the belt snaps you might well need a new engine. Getting it fixed is a no-brainer. But first shop around to see if you can get it done more cheaply.

If you get rid of an otherwise excellent car just on the off chance that the replacement will not need any work, that is short sighted thinking. Better the devil you know. There is no guarantee that a S/H replacement car will not need some work. As has already been said, replacing a cam belt is not ...

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