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Hi,
I cannot seem to find this info anywhere...including the handbook.
When would I need to change the Cam Belt on a 2011 Grande C MAX Diesel?

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I think its 10 years or 125K miles. Yours is probably due next year. You may want to have it done at next service if you plan on keeping it.
Also get the waterpump changed and have the antifreeze replaced whilst they are at it as they are probably original. False economy not to.
 

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I think its 10 years or 125K miles. Yours is probably due next year. You may want to have it done at next service if you plan on keeping it.
Also get the waterpump changed and have the antifreeze replaced whilst they are at it as they are probably original. False economy not to.
Thank you for the info! , do you have any idea how much fitting and supplying a new 1: Cam belt and 2: Water pump should be?
I have no idea and don't wish to be ripped off!

Many thanks again.
 

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The info is on Google. Just search "Ford 2.0 tdci cambelt change interval" and you will find it. Trouble is you also find other info but I am fairly sure 10 years/125K miles (200K km) is correct.

At a guess (depending on where you live) I would expect the cost to be somewhere between £300-400. Most garages should be well capable of changing these. The Ford standard price is listed here.
 

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The info is on Google. Just search "Ford 2.0 tdci cambelt change interval" and you will find it. Trouble is you also find other info but I am fairly sure 10 years/125K miles (200K km) is correct.

At a guess (depending on where you live) I would expect the cost to be somewhere between £300-400. Most garages should be well capable of changing these. The Ford standard price is listed here.
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Paule, you are correct, the 2.0 is indeed 125000 miles(or 10 years).
The 87500 miles is also correct but for one type of 1.6 engine, but depending on the specific engine it could also confusingly be 112500miles!
Since the OP hasn't mentioned which engine they have then the accurate information is best determined by using the ETIS link and entering the exact engine version.
 
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