How do I know if my serpentine belt is worn out?

One of the most common symptoms of a slipping or worn serpentine belt is a squealing or noisy belt.
2. Squealing can be more pronounced when you’re climbing a hill and running your heater or air conditioning at the same time.
3. Squealing can also occur after you drive over deep puddles or have an undercarriage car wash.

Can a serpentine belt last 150000 miles?

An older-style belt made from Neoprene usually lasts around 50,000 miles. Thus, a car with this type of belt might last you for four to five years.
2. However, a newer belt made from ethylene propylene diene monomer (EPDM) may last for 100,000 to 150,000 miles.

How long do Honda drive belts last?

Generally, it is recommended that serpentine belts be replaced every 5 years or 100,000 kilometers.
2. Belt wear is difficult to see by just looking at the belt.
3. Our Honda-trained technicians can measure the depth of the grooves in the underside of the belt to determine whether the belt should be replaced.

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What causes a car to lose timing?

The ignition timing error is typically caused by damage to pistons or valves inside the engine.
2. A loose or weak engine timing belt that jumps time can also cause the ignition timing to be off.

Do timing chains break?

Although the timing chain is made of metal, it is subject to wear and tear and may break if not replaced as recommended by the manufacturer.
2. The timing chain is made up of a series of links, similar to those found on a bicycle chain.

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