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Pasadena Timing Belt Replacement

Timing belt replacement is one of those services which is important to take care of when needed or according to manufacturer recommendations. A broken timing belt can mean an inoperable vehicle, so replacing the timing belt before it breaks is vital. While some timing belt wear and tear is visible, timing belts can also dry out and become fragile over time, making them more vulnerable to snapping unexpectedly.

Even if you take a look at your timing belt and it doesn’t look worn down, it is still important to replace it if you’re due. When a timing belt breaks, you’re not only stuck with a vehicle that won’t run but you may have also caused damage to surrounding engine components which will require repairs as well. When you have your timing belt replaced on time, you avoid these additional repairs and will save yourself money.

When do I need a timing belt replacement?
  • 2007 and earlier Models Timing Belts should be replaced at 110K miles or (175,000 km)
  • TTS 130K miles (205,000 km) on A3 2.0L TDI only

At European Auto Hause, we are here to help when your Audi or Volkswagen is due for a timing belt replacement. Our factory master guild technicians are the Audi and Volkswagen specialists in the area and will ensure that your vehicle is always handled with care. We also offer a 12 month or 12,00 mile warranty on parts and labor on qualified repairs, so you can have peace of mind that our work will be done right the first time around.

Give us a call here at European Auto Hause today if you need a timing belt replacement in Pasadena, CA or feel free to use our online appointment form to schedule your next visit.

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