Timing Belts

Replacing a timing belt is one of those things that scares most car owners because it is an in depth job and usually quite expensive when done at a shop. More often than not, it is actually the tensioner that goes bad, not always the belt (unless it is really old). most of the time a belt will break due to a seized pulley or bad tensioner allowing it to contact the timing cover.

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