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How long does a Renault timing belt last?

How long does a Renault timing belt last?

A general rule is that if your Renault is older than 5 years and/or has traveled between 120,000 and 160,000 kilometers, then it is time to have the timing belt checked and most likely replaced.

How many km should a timing belt be changed?

Typically, belts last between 100,000- and 160,000km before needing to be replaced (it varies considerably from engine to engine so don’t take this as an absolute guideline – always check what it should be for your car).

When should the Cambelt be changed on a Renault Trafic?

every five years
In general, you need to change the timing belt kit of your TRAFIC every five years or every 74.500 miles.

How often should you change the timing belt on a Renault Clio?

Renault Clio 1.2 = 120 000 Kilometres or up to 5 years. Renault Clio TCE =Timing chain, check and replace if necessary after 10 years. Renault Clio 1.6 = 120 000 Kilometres or up to 5 years. Renault Clio 2.0 = 120 000 Kilometres or up to 5 years.

Is Renault Trafic belt or chain?

The 2.0 dCi uses a chain. Initially, it was designed to last the life of the van, but they’re prone to stretching, a replacement typically required around the 100,000-130,000 mile mark and will cost £500 excluding VAT.

What is Renault A and B service?

A Service Content: cabin filter change and checks. Applies to vehicles on an A & B Service regime. B Service content: Castrol engine oil and filter change, safety, computer, battery, levels and anti corrosion checks and adjustments.

Does my car have a timing belt or timing chain?

In order to tell if your car has a timing belt or a timing chain the first thing you need to do is inspect your engine. Check the side of your engine, and if it has a tinplate or plastic cover, then you’ve got a timing belt. If your engine has neither of those, then it has a timing chain.