There are multiple belts that work to power parts of your engine and perform other important tasks. Keeping these belts in good shape is important so that major components of your car continue to run properly. Timing belts keep your engine's camshaft and crankshaft in sync. There are serpentine belts that drive the engine components with power. Slapping or screeching sounds, along with rough idles, are signs a belt problem may be present. All of your OEM VW belts should be inspected regularly for signs of trouble. You can see if ribs are coming apart or fraying is happening to the belts. It's also recommended to replace your Volkswagen belts at regular intervals, as outlined in your vehicle's owner's manual. When you take care of your original belts, you can ensure a longer life without replacement. At the first sign of trouble, replace the belt with a genuine counterpart to ensure you don't get stranded on the side of the road. You can find a complete selection of belts and other Volkswagen parts when you shop directly from our webstore. With the vast selection available to you, it's simple to find the replacement belts that fit your model.
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