4 Signs Of A Bad Timing Belt
- Ticking noise from the engine
- Engine won’t start
- Engine misfire
- Oil leak from the front of the motor
What Is Replaced With The Timing Belt?
Although not always necessary, but highly advised, your mechanic will recommend replacing the water pump and belt tensioner along with the timing belt. All three components work together, ultimately wearing out together. You don’t want a new timing belt going bad because the tensioner gives out.