Question: Can a timing belt last 200 000 miles?

You should expect your timing chain to last over 200,000-300,000 miles as long as everything is functioning properly with your engine. If you neglect your engine and dont regularly change your oil or leave the oil level low for too long this can damage the timing chain and timing chain tensioner.

Can a timing belt last 200000 miles?

Absolutely. There are a number of drivers of a variety of different vehicles that have experienced timing belts that have lasted 200,000 miles and there are even rumours of truly astounding feats like timing belts that managed to get to 400,000 miles.

How long do timing belts really last?

Depending on what schedule you may read, including information distributed by the manufacturers themselves, the average life span of a timing belt is between 60,000 and 105,000 miles or after 7 to 10 years regardless of mileage.

How can I make my timing belt last longer?

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How often should timing belt be replaced?

every 60,000 to 100,000 miles Since the timing belt has such an important job, its crucial to have it replaced regularly. In most cases, there is no indication that a timing belt is becoming worn. Often times, it just breaks. Thats why most manufacturers recommend you have your vehicles timing belt replaced every 60,000 to 100,000 miles.

How do you know when timing belt needs changing?

If it is becoming worn, the belt will appear to look glazed or glossy on the underside. This means the rubber is getting hard and will not provide the flexibility the belt needs. Some signs are much more obvious, such as cracking or fraying. Belts with that kind of damage should be replaced immediately.

How do you know if timing belt needs changing?

Check out these symptoms of a bad or failing timing beltTicking noise coming from the engine. The timing belt is attached by way of a series of pulleys to the engines crank and cam shaft. Engine wont turn over. Engine misfires. Oil leaking from in front of the motor.Jun 14, 2019

How do you know if the timing belt needs changing?

Symptoms of a Bad or Failing Timing BeltYou Hear A Ticking Noise Coming From The Engine. Your Cars Engine Wont Turn Over. You Notice An Oil Leak Near The Motor. You Experience Exhaust Issues. Your Revs Start Acting Up.

What are the signs of bad timing belt?

Symptoms of a Bad or Failing Timing BeltYou Hear A Ticking Noise Coming From The Engine. Your Cars Engine Wont Turn Over. You Notice An Oil Leak Near The Motor. You Experience Exhaust Issues. Your Revs Start Acting Up.

Can you tell if your timing belt needs replaced?

Whats That Sound? - One sound that you need to be aware of is a high-pitched screech or whirring when you first start your car and/or when youre idling or accelerating. The next is a ticking coming from inside the engine itself. These are both possible indicators that the timing belt is malfunctioning.

What noise does a bad timing belt make?

A failing bad timing belt sounds like a ticking noise in front of your car when it starts wearing out. If the belt eventually breaks, it will give a whining noise when trying to start the engine. A whining noise sounds like no compression in the engine.

How much does replacing a timing belt cost?

The average cost to replace a timing belt will be anywhere from $300 to $500 in total (more for larger cars, trucks, and SUVs). The timing belt itself will usually only cost less than $50 but the majority of a timing belt job is spent on labor. The cost of the labor will be anywhere from $250 to $450 or more.

What does a bad timing belt feel like?

When your cars timing belt starts to wear out, it may produce a ticking sound inside of the motor. This could also be an indication of low oil pressure as well.

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