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Hey everybody!
I recently purchased an '01 V6 highlander (my first car). It got it at 125,000 KM and it is now nearing 150,000. I was looking at the service manual and it says to change the timing belt at 152,000/6 years and its never been done on the car before. From what I've been reading on this forum it's critical that I change it ASAP! Should I do this at a dealership? What else should I change at the same time? I seem to have understood that I should maybe change the water pump too but I'm wondering if there is anything else I might as well do at the same time...
On an unrelated note, my steering wheel has squeaked when I turn it ever since I got the car. Anyone have any idea why this is so?

Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
 
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