PT Cruiser Timing Belt Problems?

Answer PT Cruisers, like most cars and trucks, have timing belts that turn the camshaft. Over time, the timing belt can fail leaving the car driving poorly and the belt must be replaced.

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How to Adjust The Timing Belt Tensioner on an '04 PT Cruiser?

Adjusting the timing belt tensioner on your car requires following a series of ordered steps. However, the crankshaft and camshaft sprockets must be set in their correct position before installing ... Read More »

How to Test a Timing Belt on a 2001 PT Cruiser?

A timing belt is an essential part of a vehicle's engine. As its name suggests, it controls the engine valve's timing. In a 2001 PT Cruiser, it is suggested that the timing belt be replaced every 1... Read More »

Problems That a Car's Timing Belt Can Cause?

Overhead camshaft engines use a timing belt to maintain a specific synchronization between the crank shaft and the camshaft. The belt turns the camshaft in harmony with the crankshaft to open and c... Read More »

Audi A4 Timing Belt Problems?

In 2007 a class action lawsuit alleged that Audi knowingly concealed knowledge that their timing belts systems, including those on Audi A4s made between 2000 and 2003 (and possible other years) wer... Read More »