Cambelt Replacement

Free cambelt check

Overview

The cambelt (or timing belt) is one of the most crucial components of your engine, so if you're at all unsure whether it's time for a replacement, boo...
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The cambelt (or timing belt) is one of the most crucial components of your engine, so if you're at all unsure whether it's time for a replacement, book an appointment with our technicians today. It's completely free.

Based on the age and mileage of your vehicle, our experts can quickly assess whether you need a replacement. If there are no issues, you can be on your way without delay.

If we do spot problems, we can provide you with precise cambelt replacement costs.


FAQs

The cambelt (or timing belt) is one of the most crucial components of your engine, and over time, can become damaged or worn.

As part of the Free Cambelt Check, our expert technicians will assess your cambelt based on your car's age and mileage, and advise you on whether a replacement is needed. If there are no issues, you can be on your way without delay.

If we do spot problems, we'll provide you with a precise quote for a cambelt replacement.


Most manufacturers recommend a cambelt change every 40,000 to 60,000 miles. Our free timing belt check will help if you're unsure whether it's time for a replacement.


The cost of changing a timing belt will vary depending on the make and model of your car. Book a free cambelt check and our ATA-trained technicians will assess whether you need a new cambelt based on manufacturers' recommendations. We'll always let you know of timing belt replacement costs upfront.


No. The Free Cambelt Check includes a cambelt assessment based on your car's age and mileage. Our expert technicians will be able to advise you on whether a new cambelt is needed, and provide a full, no obligation quote for replacement. We will never carry out additional work without your consent.


Rolling Resistance(A-G)

E Grade – Below average fuel efficiency, however there may in some cases be a good reason why the rolling resistance is higher, for example where tyres are specifically designed for more grip, such as sports car tyres or winter tyres.

Wet Grip(A-G)

B Grade – Nearly the best quality tyres to stop in the wet, stopping only 3m more than a grade A tyre but on average 15m shorter than a car on grade G tyres (on a wet road when braking from 50mph – testing according to regulation EC1222/2009)

Sound Wave(1-3)

3 Bars – At least 3dB's above future EU noise limit (although meets current limit)

Noise(67-79 Db)

73 dB – Exterior noise level measured in decibels (dB). The lower the exterior noise level the better the environment near busy roads

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