Sooner or later, timing belt replacement on your Kia in Mesa
becomes necessary. The timing belt is one of your Kia's most forgotten, yet important components for keeping your engine running correctly. A timing belt has a simple set of tasks that it performs. A timing belt sets the way your valves and pistons work and stops pistons from impacting into closed valves. A timing belt also helps the camshaft and the crankshaft perform better.
Kia Timing Belt Replacement in Mesa and Information About Timing Belts
Timing belts used to have to be replaced every 50,000 miles on older Kia vehicles. Modern Kia timing belts last between 60,000 and 105,000 miles. When in doubt, look over your vehicle's owner's manual for a replacement schedule. Some car makers accidentally or intentionally omit replacement schedules for timing belts. Be aware that as they are moving parts, Kia timing belts will need to be replaced, particularly if the rubber or the metal teeth on them wear out. As to when you should get Mesa timing belt replacement on your Kia, done, if your odometer is showing mileage at or above 90,000 miles, you will need to get your timing belt replaced as soon as possible.
Two sorts of auto engines make use of timing belts: interference and non interference. The timing belt in an interference engine stops valves from becoming distorted and ultimately helps to prevent engine damage. You would do well to call an timing belt repair facility in Mesa and get your Kia timing belt replaced on your own volition, not because it breaks down on you.
Kia Timing Belt Slippage and Timing Belt Replacement
As timing belts are usually made of high-tensile fiber rubber, motor oil, antifreeze and high temperatures can wear them down. An unfortunate problem with timing belts is that damaged belts often don't show any signs of a problem, until, they finally give out. As you drive your car, heat and stress stretch the timing belt. Once it begins to stretch and deteriorate the teeth of the belt begin to wear out, which can result in it "slipping", or breaking altogether. When that happens, you have no more choice. You will have to get Mesa timing belt replacement work done on your Kia. If your timing belt slips while you're driving, you're going to likely call a tow truck as your car will coast to a stop. No one likes their timing belt to break, but that is part of life. How you choose to handle it is entirely up to you. Try to do it on your time, and get Kia timing belt replacement in Mesa before you have no other choice. American Five Star Car Care specializes in timing belt replacement on Kias and every other type of vehicle on the road today. Give us a call for a free quote to repair your Kia timing belt. 480-725-2836