Your vehicle has many parts working hard under the hood. Most of them rely on the high-quality belts installed at the factory in order to do their job. They control everything from the engine crankshaft to your power steering. Your car features two types of belts. The timing belt is a notched rubber belt that helps the crankshaft turn the engine's camshaft. If it breaks, your engine's going to stop working immediately, and it may even get harmed in the process. The other type of belt is known as a serpentine belt, which is also called a drive belt. These deliver power to parts like your alternator, air injection pump, and the AC system compressor. If a serpentine belt goes bad or breaks, the parts it powers will stop working. This can lead to your engine overheating and suffering damage.
Find the Best Belts for Your Ride
Make a habit of checking your belts regularly. Look for obvious signs of wear and tear, such as cracks and stripping. Check the belt tension to be sure that it's not slipping or getting too loose to serve its purpose. When you see a belt that needs to be replaced, do it as soon as possible to keep things running smoothly. Our auto parts center has a huge selection of Mopar belts offered online, making it easy to find the ones that are guaranteed to be compatible with your model. Order today and enjoy delivery right to your door!
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