You may not know that a timing belt can fail without warning, and the best way of preventing this is to have the belt changed at regular intervals. We recommend every five years or 72,000 miles to 90,000 miles depending on the model.
By doing this, you are saving your engine from a potentially major repair bill should the belt break- or even having to replace the engine entirely.
Being an approved renault dealer we have lots of experience with the whole Renault range. When it comes to safety, you should leave nothing to chance!
What is a cambet?
The timing belt, also known as cambelt, is a critical component in your engine.
Take a look at this video to understand the important role that plays the cambelt in your vehicle’s engine and why is it so important to have it regularly checked.
GOOD TO KNOW
A broken timing belt may cause irreversible damage to your engine.
It is very important to maintain your vehicle as recommended by Renault and respect the recommended replacement intervals.
All prices quoted are manufacturer recommended retail prices including VAT at the prevailing rate. Prices may vary depending on model and servicing requirement. All prices are correct at time of publication and may be subject to change at any point without notice. * Additional parts may be required according to the maintenance programme (not included in stated price) Consult your local dealer for the correct specification for your vehicle.