What Is a Cambelt?
A cambelt or also know as timing belt it is an essential element on any cars engine. In a nutshell the cambelt is an internal part of the engine that make sure all the elements are running in sync. It controls the opening and closing of the valves to the cylinders in time to ensure correct combustion in the engine. Its primary role is to control the timing and sequence of the opening and closing. Therefore if the cambelt suddenly breaks or snaps this can cause devastating damage to your engine.
If the cambelt on your car does unexpectedly snap the valve’s stroke and piston’s stroke take up the same space in the cylinder, so the cambelt belt essentially keeps them from smashing into each other, since they do it at different times. Therefore when the cambelt snaps, they run into each other, causing bent valves, cylinder head or camshaft damage, and possibly piston and cylinder wall damage. To prevent needing to change your cambelt on your SEAT you should regularly check your vehicles engine, check for any wear and tear starting to appear or any teeth on the rubber cambelt see if any have ripped and torn away. Hear at Central Audi and VW we offer a vast range of maintenance, repairs and servicing for your car conducted by our expert team of specialists who can inform you on any problems with your vehicle, a vehicle health check and whether your SEAT cambelt change is due or required.
When An SEAT Cambelt Change Is Needed?
There are many signs to look out for when considering if you need to change your SEAT cambelt, these include:
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Volkswagen Automotive Group recommends that vehicles should typically have a SEAT cambelt change between every 4-5 years or at the appropriate mileage interval as indicated in the vehicle service schedule.
Here at Central Audi and VW, we offer local SEAT cambelt change from as little as £449 around Birmingham.
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