The timing belt - also known as the cambelt - keeps your engine running smoothly. To avoid any bother, you need to replace it in line with your mileage and the age of the cambelt.
The cambelt keeps the engine running smoothly. It is essential that the cambelt is replaced at the recommended interval as a slipped or snapped belt can lead to complete engine failure.
Cambelt Replacement Pricing
All prices quoted are manufacturer recommended retail prices including VAT at the prevailing rate. Prices may vary depending on model and servicing requirement. All prices are correct at time of publication and may be subject to change at any point without notice. Additional parts may be required according to the maintenance programme (not included in stated price) Consult us for the correct specification for your vehicle. * Price quoted is for a Clio II 1.2 8v D7F 60bhp ** Price quoted is for a Kangoo II Ph1 1.6 16v K4M 105bhp.
Tips and Advice
Unlike lots of other car parts, there are no warning signs about wear on your timing belt. To prevent damage that may even lead to engine failure, make sure you stick to the timing belt replacement schedule. You should also take advantage of this work to check the water pump.
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