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When Timing Belts Break

I have heard horror stories about timing belts breaking and causing permanent engine damage! How can I prevent this from happening to me?
Understanding some general information about timing belts will help you to avoid a broken timing belt. First, timing belts should be replaced between 60,000 to 100,00 miles. So, you will need to start inspecting your belt for any wear periodically at the 60,000-mile point.
Secondly, a timing belt, that is wearing out, will start make a ticking noise. If you hear this noise, be sure to make an appointment to have your belt checked.
The other two things that can happen is a no start or when an engine is misfiring.
Timing belts are the second most important maintenance item for vehicles; with oil changes being number one. A broken timing belt is a big deal! Although replacing it can be costly, having it break is even more costly.


Timing Belt
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