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It’s important to know when to replace a serpentine belt, also called a drive belt. These belts are often constructed from rubber and usually last around 50,000 to 100,000 miles. However, these belts can break down over time due to the intense heat and friction. Learn more about when to replace a serpentine belt with the Sid Dillon Chevrolet-blair Inc service center. For more information, feel free to contact us anytime!
The serpentine drive belt is a long belt that transfers power to the alternator, power steering pump, water pump, and air conditioning system. In order to operate properly, the belt needs to be checked regularly to ensure all of your vehicle’s systems work properly.
When it’s time for a serpentine belt replacement, you’ll notice the belt will begin to slip while you travel through Omaha. You could also see it begin to crack, fray, or peel. You should consider a serpentine belt replacement if you experience any of the following:
Many serpentine belts in modern vehicles have self-controlled belt tensioners. These are designed using an internal spring and pulley, and they keep the belt at a certain tension to prevent any type of power issues. When it’s time for a serpentine belt replacement, the belt tensioner should also be replaced.
Now that you know when to replace a serpentine belt, come schedule a service appointment with the Sid Dillon Chevrolet-blair Inc service center today! Be sure to take advantage of our service specials to save big near Fremont!
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