Timing Belts

The timing belt should be inspected/adjusted (when possible) and replaced according to manufacturer recommendations. The most common recommended timing belt replacement intervals are 60,000 and 90,000 miles.

Component/System Information:

  • Toothed or ribbed construction
  • Synchronizes engine valves and piston movement
  • May also operate water pump (some vehicles)
  • Periodic adjustment should be made (some vehicles)

Benefits:

  • Performance
  • Prevent premature engine failure

Symptoms of a Broken or Slipped Timing Belt:

  • Engine dies and will not restart
  • Low power/sluggish operation
  • Bent valves or damaged pistons (interfering engines

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