Do I need to change my cambelt?

A Cambelt or Timing Belt change is one of the most important aspects of maintaining your car, if you neglect it – you could end up needing a new engine.

Most cars need to have their cambelt changed every 60,000 to 80,000 miles or 4 to 5 years depending on the type of engine.

Your service manual will tell you the correct mileage for your cambelt change or better still simply give us a quick call or email us and we will let you know immediately.

Are you 100% certain your cambelt has been changed in accordance to the instructions in the service manual?

Are you 100% certain your cambelt has been changed at all?

If you have just purchased or are thinking of purchasing a used car, can the previous owner provide proof that the cambelt was changed at the correct mileage?

No?, Don’t take the risk. Call or email us today to book a cambelt change for your car – or simply call our team for advice on 01522 716 557.

Cambelt-driven water pump?

Some engines have water pumps which are driven by the cambelt. These are prone to breaking, causing your engine to overheat, possible head gasket failure and severe damage to the engine.

If your water pump is driven by the cambelt, we recommend you replace it at the same time as changing the cambelt.

Not sure? Just call on 01522 716 557 and we will check for you.

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