When should I change my timing belt kit?
Manufacturers will usually recommend to replace your timing belt after a set number of years or miles. This could be anywhere from 40,000 to 100,000 miles or 4+ years. via
How much does a timing belt kit cost?
In most cases, a timing belt kit will run between $100.00-350.00. Labor on most timing belts is between 3-5 hours, putting your total cost between $400.00-1,000.00. Remember, do not opt for a “just the belt” replacement. While the cost is cheaper, the chances of further failure increase significantly. via
Is a 2012 Acura TL A interference engine?
You see, like many of Acura's engines, the Acura 3.2 TL and Acura 3.2 CL employ what is referred to as 'interference' engines. via
What happens if a timing belt breaks?
If a timing belt breaks, the engine will no longer work. If a timing belt breaks while driving in an interference engine, the camshaft stops turning leaving some of the engine valves in the open position. The heavier crankshaft will continue rotating by inertia, moving pistons up and down. via
Does timing belt affect AC?
maintenance 03-03-17 Share: Your timing belt helps run many fundamental parts of your car, including the vehicle's engine, alternator, air conditioner and power steering pump. via
Can oil damage a timing belt?
Oil leaks. Oil can interfere with the timing belt. It can get in between the belt's teeth and can cause the belt to slip and slide and even come off entirely. via