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timing belt

n.
A cogged belt, usually of reinforced rubber, that drives the camshaft in an internal-combustion engine.
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It has recent brake pads, its cambelt and all belts, water pump, fuel oil and air filters and an MOT running until July 2020.
It has recent brake pads, cambelt and all belts, water pump, fuel oil & air filters and an MOT till July 2020.
And the RAC is gearing up for breakdowns with punctures, overheated radiators, gasket, cambelt and ignition problems top of the motorists' misery list.
We have had the car checked over by a mechanic a week after buying it and there was a long list of things wrong with it, including a faulty cambelt and water pump.
Additional saving For further peace of mind Sinclair Van Centre Swansea is offering van owners a 10% saving on a cambelt replacement.
For information on the cambelt replacement offer and how the Volkswagen commercial vehicle range can meet your needs call the centre on 01792 894 949.
SAAB Parts UK has expanded its national fixed price repairs offer to include a cambelt and water pump change, plus a warning light diagnostic check.
The S is also split into two editions: Sport, with carbon fibre frontal air intakes, cambelt covers, rear hugger and lateral air extractors; and Touring, with a centre stand, panniers and heated grips.
If you're looking at petrol-engined cars with higher-than-average mileage, make sure that a cambelt change has been carried out at 40,000 miles.
After a string of accidents while in prominent positions, Gronholm was fastest in the preevent shakedown in Cyprus last time, only for his cambelt to work loose on the very first competitive stage and put the Finn out of the running.
Today's engineering is built to last and you just have to make sure a car has been serviced and repaired properly - especially the renewal of the all important cambelt at the appropriate time.