timing belt


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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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A major reason for timing belt failure in conventional timing belts is corrosion, and wear and tear due to high temperatures from the combustion chamber.
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A mechanic recently replaced my timing belt, pulleys, water pump and another belt on my 2001 Toyota Avalon, and the car runs fine.
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Louise, Whitley Bay, Tyne & Wear AMY guide says your HR-V's worth about pounds 900, but that would be with the timing belt and MoT sorted.
E-Drive has a servo motor driving a timing belt and two ball screws that actuate the pin plate and all of the pins simultaneously.
A faulty timing belt in a mechanical system often leads to catastrophic failure, as parts are in the wrong position at the wrong time.
A man from the AA said he thought it was the timing belt and that we shouldn't try to start it again.
But his surprise turned to anger when he realised the car's timing belt had snapped - and the bill to repair the damage would be pounds 1800.
080 pitch aluminum MXL timing belt pulleys features a Fairloc integral hub fastening design that eliminates the need for conventional separate hub clamp devices.
That and how awesome my '92 Civic was before the timing belt broke last week.
The defective engine peripheral parts could force the engine to stall by affecting the timing belt, while the batteries could lower the performance of the braking system due to corrosion, Mazda said in the report.