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Hi, My 2000 Honda accord has done 72,000 miles. I just got the inspection done all ok. However, I was told to change my rear disk brakes soon. I have never had the brakes changed. Should I change front and rear brakes, or only the rear ? Also , should I get the timing belt changed, or can I wait till 100k miles. Thanks,

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Donna Burmeister, Service Manager at Classic Nissan It's not abnormal to need brakes, if you only need the rears, only replace the rear. The service interval for the timing belt is 105,000.

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