What Does Your Timing / Cam Belt Service Involve?

Following manufacturer recommendations and best practice, we renew all critical components during a timing / cam belt service.

Best Practice Replacement

Keeping your timing / cam belt taught are tensioners and idlers. Over time, their bearings can dry out, resulting in a noisey squeak. In some cases they can seize. This can result in your timing / cam belt being thrown from its pulleys and giving rise to the engine damage previously described.

Many engines also use the timing / cam belt to drive the water pump. This too can seize, with the same result as for failed tensioners and idlers. For this reason, manufacturers often recommend their replacement during a timing / cam belt service.

For help and advice on a timing / cam belt service on your car, simply call us on 01538 304 306 or contact us.


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