The timing belt synchronizes the camshaft and the crankshaft in the engine. This means the timing belt is responsible for certain valves and pistons moving at the correct times.
How do you know if your vehicle requires a timing belt change? Because belts can be made of different materials, and are designed for different loads, it really depends on your specific car. Consult your manufacturer’s service books to find out exactly when to perform your timing belt change.
Timing Belt Change
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