Subaru Timing Belt Service and Repair

Subaru Timing Belt Service and Repair

What We Do:

Inspect and replace your current belt or disassemble your engine and repair any parts damaged by the breaking of your belt.


Time:

6-12 hours


The timing belt is an incredibly important part of your engine, and they are recommenced to be replaced as often as every 100k miles.  If your timing belt breaks then there is almost always very serious damage to the engine, so having it replaced regularly is one of the best things you can do for your Subaru.

If your timing belt has broken, we can help. We’ve seen it before and we know what parts need replaced and what ones will be fine. Our expertise will save you time and money on this major repair service.

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It's Back to School Time:
As Summer winds down and school starts, many parents will be back in the carpool lane. This is a good time to make sure your Subaru is in the best shape to carry around your precious cargo.
These quick tips will help your vehicle keep up with your busy schedule:
1-Routine Maintenance.
Your vehicle's engine will likely be working overtime since most carpools require quick trips in heavily trafficked areas and extended idling. Changing your engine oil, replacing dirty air, and checking your tire pressure are all important to keep your vehicle on the road, not on the side of it.
2-Prepare for Fall Showers.
Be prepared for fall showers. There may be times when you have to make the ride to or from school in a heavy downpour. Make sure wipers glide smoothly across the windshield without streaking and that you're getting enough tire traction on a slippery road.
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Talk to your children about where they walk outside of school. Remind your child to always use school crosswalks and sidewalks and be alert to their surroundings. According to the Safe Routes to Schools organization, of the leading types of youth pedestrian crashes, 33% are due to ‘dart-outs’ entering traffic mid-block, often between parked cars.
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2427 Rice Street, Traverse City, MI 49684

231-941-8062

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