The job of the timing belt is to turn the camshaft(s) at exactly 1/2 the speed of the crankshaft while maintaining a precise alignment. This means that the crankshaft will make two revolutions for every revolution of the camshaft. Engines will have at least one camshaft or as many as four camshafts in some of the V-type engines. The camshaft causes the intake and exhaust valves to open and close in time with the pistons which move up and down in the cylinders. The valves must open and close at exactly the right time in relation to the piston movement in order for the engine to run properly.
Timing belt replacement is a must do service. Most manufacturers have maintenance intervals. Check with our expert service providers to check what those intervals are. Most Manufacturers require Timing belt change at 60,000 miles. In some vehicles, a break of the timing belt or jump in the belt can cause major engine damage. Our technicians provide expert repair.
Timing belt tensioners
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