Volkswagen Timing Belt Service

Why Volkswagen Genuine Timing Belt?

The timing belt is located on the front end of the engine and connects the crankshaft and the camshaft. Even after an extended service period, these timing belts should not stretch. If the timing belt snaps, the pistons will strike the valves that are left open, bending or breaking them. At least, it will then be necessary to install a new cylinder head. If worse comes to worst, even the most reliable engine will give up within seconds.

What we do:

After 4 years or 60,000 km (whichever occurs first) we visually inspect your timing belt for any wear. If necessary and after consultation with you we replace the timing belt and the associated tensioner. We reassemble the engine and test drive your car for optimal performance.


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