If your vehicle is over 70,000 miles, then you should k […]
If your vehicle is over 70,000 miles, then you should know a hidden danger. This is a fairly small part that it is worn out if it is interrupted before you replace it and it may destroy your engine.
The Rubber Timing Belt is a small toothed belt that connects the camshaft to the crankshaft and adjusts the valve time. It is durable and requires a lot of abuse, but it will not last forever. If broken, the piston immediately begins to open the open valve, damage the engine and destroy the huge maintenance costs. The replacement of the rubber timing belt is part of the conventional vehicle maintenance and should be between 70,000 and 110,000 miles. The cost of changing the belt depends on the type of car you are driving, but the average speed is several hundred dollars. However, as we have already pointed out, let the cost of breaking it can reach thousands.
The rubber timing belt can fail without any previous symptoms, so if you are in the mileage window, you should move on, no matter how it is replaced. Having said that, sometimes your car will give you a little warning that the belt is worn. If you encounter any of the following conditions, you should send the car to a qualified car repair shop.
Difficult to drive due to many reasons, but usually because the ignition timing off. Visible If your car starts to smoke from the tailpipe, the fuel will not burn normally - probably because the valve can not be opened or closed in time. When the timing belt stretches or leaves, it may get rid of the natural rhythm of the engine, causing the vehicle to vibrate or shake. If the operating temperature of the vehicle is higher than the liquid that should or is leaking, it will cause excessive wear of the belt and may cause it to fail prematurely.