If you are driving your Jeep down the highway and your car suddenly loses the ability to accelerate, this could mean that your timing belt has snapped. As like most other car components, timing belts tend to wear out over time and break. Made of rubber, the timing belt eventually rots and will crack. It is suggested that you inspect and change your timing belt regularly to ensure proper function and reliability.
It is possible that if your timing belt goes unnoticed without regular inspection and does break, it can result in bent valves. Bent valves are much more expensive to repair and your car would non-operational for a much longer time period. The technicians at Conaway Motors in Everett know exactly what to look for when inspecting your timing belt. They will be able to determine if your timing belt requires replacement, or if the part is in good working order.
For Jeep Timing Belt Repair in Everett, contact Conaway Motors at 425-905-2424 to schedule your appointment today.