Timing belts, drive belts and serpentine belts need to be parts that you check as a part of your regular vehicle maintenance. Loud squeals, poor battery charging, and an overheating engine are symptoms that the drive belts on your engine are bad and may need to be replaced. Before you can replace faulty belts, you need to know what type of belts your car uses before buying them. Serpentine belts are the most commonly used belts today, as well as timing belts. Older vehicles sometimes will have timing chains. While some Subaru belts should be changed as per the scheduled maintenance guidelines found in the owner's manual, other times you simply need to do an inspection to find out what's going on. If you want the belts to last as long as possible, you must make time to regularly inspect them. Look for signs of wear or damage and replace it with a genuine belt right away to ensure your car continues to run properly. At Subaru Parts New England, we have the belts you need that are made specifically for your make and model. With our selection, you are assured the perfect fit and can keep your car or SUV in tip-top shape.
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