Timing Belts in Kearsley

Timing Belts in KearsleyTiming belts in Kearsley may be the cause of that ticking sound emanating from your car engine followed by an abrupt stop. If the belt snaps, you are stuck. The only way your car is going anywhere is on a flatbed truck. When the timing belt breaks while the engine is running it can cause additional damage to other engine parts like the cylinder head, crank bearings or oil pump. Timing belts are made of rubber for flexibility with nylon woven through it for strength. They are made to last but if you have a lot of miles on your car check with us at Whitecroft Garage. We will find out when or if you need to have the belt replaced. Our mechanics will answer all your timing belt questions.

When you ignore manufacturer recommendations for vehicle service, you leave yourself vulnerable to a roadside breakdown. In Kearsley, timing belts snapping at high speed can lead to expensive engine repairs beyond the cost of towing and belt replacement. Replacing a timing belt that shows signs of wear is far less expensive than repairing engine damage caused by the break. When your belt shows wear we can replace it at a reasonable cost for you and while we’re at it check that no other engine parts show damage. That bit of preventative maintenance and repair will save you money and aggravation down the road.

Checking timing belts in Kearsley is just part of the professional thorough service we believe in at Whitecroft Garage. We have been in business for over 35 years. Our long time mechanics have many years experience in all makes and models. We participate in continuing education to stay up to date with new auto changes and technology. As an independent garage we can save you money over dealer costs. Contact Whitecroft Garage and schedule an appointment with us to service your car and make sure the timing belt is still strong. We will check everything else as well and we are MOT certified. We can help you head off the expensive repairs that accompany a neglected auto engine. For instance, that ticking sound may not be your timing belt at all. It could be your oil is low and your engine is about to seize.