Signs of a damaged cambelt
The usual life span of a cambelt is 50,000 miles, after which it should be replaced. However, certain conditions like extreme temperatures and oil and water leaks can cause accelerated wear and tear of cambelts.
If you notice any symptom mentioned below, your car needs engine cambelt repairs at the earliest.
- Noise from the cambelt region
In certain situations, there will be audible rattling noise coming from the cambelt area when your car engine is idle. This noise is an obvious indicator that the cambelt pulleys have worn out. What follows is a chain reaction, as worn-out pulleys further accelerate damage to the cambelt.
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Loss of tension on the cambelt pulleys can cause the engine to not start the car at all. The increased friction caused due to a worn-out cambelt can also cause the vehicle to start after a small delay, which is detrimental to the engine.
The cambelt repair cost depends a lot on where you service your vehicle, as hourly garage rates dictate servicing fee. Often, your car’s make and model also affect the cost, as many cars now come with twin cams. That being said, you can rely on us for a transparent quote of cambelt replacement or servicing.
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