There are belts under your car's hood for nearly every moving part it's got. They make everything run properly. That means doing more than turning a crankshaft, too. In fact, just about every system in a car has one type of belt or another. Your serpentine belt is an important example. It works alongside your drive belts. Together, they move parts in system such as your power steering and alternator, among others. Fan belts and compressor belts, on the other hand, move various heater and air conditioner parts. If you drive an older vehicle, it may have a timing belt. Some newer vehicles have a timing chain instead. Both turn your camshaft, helping your engine pistons pump and your engine valves open and close in sync. The other original belts under your hood are too many to name. They all get old and degrade sooner or later, though, and if things aren't running the way they should or your vehicle's disabled, belt problems might be the cause. If you hear squeaking, see damaged or loose belts, have battery and interior lighting issues, or your engine misfires or overheats, these are signs that your belts might be bad. Run an inspection to be sure and replace the affected belts if you need to. Otherwise, change belts according to the mileage schedule in your owner's manual. You can order new ones online at our auto parts store. We carry only genuine Mopar belts, too, so they'll be compatible with the make and model you drive, guaranteed. Save money and project time. Buy now!
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