Timing Belt

By: Pace Auto Werks  07-Nov-2014
Keywords: Automotive, Automobile Repair, Automobile Service

An engine’s timing belt maintains the synchronicity of the reciprocating parts and requires replacement within the manufactures designated intervals. Failure to comply with these intervals can result in catastrophic engine damage. Pace Auto Werks insists on adhering to these intervals and will only use quality OEM or genuine replacement components for this procedure, being the toothed belt, the tensioner roller and the idler roller, and usually water pump and auxiliary drive belt, regardless of their condition at that time. For example, Audi requires that these components are replaced every 4 years or 90,000 kilometres, whichever comes first with no exceptions. The cost to perform this procedure varies from make to make and model to model and is available upon request with all the vehicle details including the chassis number.

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