Timing Belt

Your engine parts in sync.

You may not notice that your timing belt needs to change until it is too late. The timing belt may be cracked, the water pump broken, and/or the tensioner (hydraulic piston) malfunctioning. One or more of these issues cause a jump in timing and result in bent valves, a damaged engine head, and bent or broken pistons. Read your auto manufacturer?s manual to see at which intervals you need to replace the timing belt to prevent costly repairs.