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Cambelts are also called camshaft belts, timing belts or timing chains.

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42 Reviews


19th April 2018
“Ray did a great job collecting and returning the car promptly and generally exceeded my expectations. Great job done and good communication before, during and after. Thank you! I am happy with the work carried out.”


Rover 75 • Timing belt/chain replacement

28th September 2017
“All very easy and punctual, I would use again! Plus did a great job of cleaning the car with service!”


Ford Focus • Interim Service


23 Reviews


Mk Moors

Hayes , 12 years of experience

19th April 2018
“Moses was fantastic. Beyond what I knew was wrong with my car, Moses was able to advise on other potential issues and explain them to me in a way that made sense. He got my poor, battered car MOT ready, was exceptionally punctual and knowledgeable, and did an all-round great job.”


Kia Picanto • Timing belt/chain replacement

31st July 2017
“Mo was great - on time and friendly/helpful. Happy to use him again”


Audi A5 Sportback • MOT with collection & delivery


98 Reviews


18th April 2018
“Andy worked very hard indeed on our car. I would consider him a most conscientious and professional mechanic. Ours was a particularly tricky job in a difficult environment. He approached this cheerfully and with considerable thoroughness.”


Volvo V70 • Timing belt/chain replacement

19th May 2017
“Andrew was very pleasant . he was very professional and the work was done very well. I would reccomend this service To my friends.”


Nissan Qashqai/Qashqai+2 • Front brake pads (all) replacement


194 Reviews


Expert Motors

Dudley , 7 years of experience

18th April 2018
“The great thing I appreciated was that the Mechanic from Expert Motors explained and showed everything he was doing. He worked without any fuss, mess and seemed to enjoy the work - even when it took longer than expected due to a bolt being really difficult to loosen.”


Volvo XC60 • Timing belt and Water pump replacement

22nd November 2017
“Anthony did a fantastic job on my car and I am very pleased ”


Citroen C2 • Front road spring (both) replacement


107 Reviews


Boni's Garage

Sunbury-on-Thames , 20 years of experience

17th April 2018
“Boby and Nina came round in good time, were very friendly, did the work quickly and professionally.
They showed me all the parts they had changed so I could see what was wrong.
Very happy with the service.”


Ford Mondeo • Timing belt and Water pump replacement

7th November 2017
“Excellent service, convenient and affordable. ”


Skoda Octavia II • 90000 Miles Service

Want to learn more about Cambelt changes?

Read our short guide with information on costs, symptoms and more.

What does a cambelt do?

The cambelt, or timing belt, is a belt that drives the camshaft (which operates the valves on the engine) off the crankshaft. It is a vital component of the engine and, as it is made from rubber, can wear and eventually break if not replaced as and when the manufacturer recommends.

How do you know there is something wrong with the cambelt?

  • When there is a grinding or squeaking noise coming from the engine compartment (specifically from the engine itself).
  • When the car will not start (this happens if the belt has broken).

When should you consider replacing your cambelt?

If the cambelt breaks while the engine runs it leads to severe engine damage. It can throw the valve timing off course, in which case the pistons will likely destroy valves in the cylinder head.

Secondly, always remember to replace the timing belt when stipulated in the car manufacturer's service schedule. If you happen to notice your belt is brittle or has cracks before the usual maintenance date it should also be replaced as soon as possible to avoid further damage to the engine. Seeing the expensive damage that can be done by a faulty belt that is relatively cheap to replace it is only advisable that you should not take chances with the belt.

What happens during a cambelt replacement?

  • Mechanic will disassemble parts of the engine necessary to access the cambelt
  • Mechanic will inspect the cambelt, the belt's pulleys and tensioner.
  • If necessary, the cambelt will be replaced by the mechanic.
  • Mechanic will advise if any other parts need to be replaced.
  • Mechanic will ensure the timing of the belt is correct.
  • Mechanic will start the engine and check to see if the engine runs as it should do, making adjustments if necessary.

How much does a cambelt Replacement cost?

The cost of a timing belt replacement depends on your car and what parts your car's manufacturer recommends using for the replacement. Find out what you could save by having your cambelt replaced by Clickmechanic, by selecting your car at the top of this page!

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