My 2002 Tundra has 140,000 trouble free miles on it.
I have used Mobil 1 since the first oil change.
My dealer keeps telling me I need to replace my timing belt.
I'm of the opinion that "if it ain't broke, don't fix it".
Should I replace the timing belt as he suggests?
If so, are there other components that should be replaced at the same time?
As a side note, pulsating front disc brakes seem to be a common problem on Toyota Tundras. Is there a long term fix for this problem?
Thanks for your advice.
Len in NC