I own the 2002 Chrysler Voyager with the little 4-cylinder engine. I really like the thing and have only had a handful of problems since buying it used. It's only got 88,000 miles on it and I see according to the manual that it should have the timing belt changed at 90,000 miles or 8 years under severe driving or 120,000 miles or 8 years under regular driving. Obviously, I'm not quite near the mileage yet, but I'm well past the years. The problem is I really don't have several hundred bucks on hand to get the thing changed, but I also try to care for my vehicle and don't want the thing breaking and destroying the engine. The dealer I bought it from told me it's a "non-interference" engine meaning that if it breaks, no big deal. No damage done. Slap on a new belt and I'm on my way. Another mechanic I spoke to said it is indeed an "interference" engine and if it breaks, all kind of damage is done. Who's right?