Your Nissan has a lot of moving parts. Belts run most of them. What belts do, in short, is make sure everything runs properly. Your serpentine belt is one important example. It works with your drive belts and an idler pulley and belt tensioner help drive it. Together, they move parts in your power steering system, alternator, and water pump, among others. Fan belts and AC compressor belts, however, move various HVAC parts. If you drive an older Nissan, it may have a timing belt. Some newer models have a timing chain instead. Both turn your crankshaft and camshaft, helping your engine pistons and engine valves work in sync. There are many other original belts under your Nissan hood as well. Too many to name, in fact. They all get old and break down sooner or later, too.
Signs to Change the Belts in Your Car
If your vehicle isn't running well or at all, bad belts may be the cause. If you hear squealing, see loose or damaged belts, have problems with your battery and interior lighting, or if your engine misfires or overheats, these are signs. Run an inspection to be sure. Change the affected belts if you need to. Otherwise, replace your belts according to your owner's manual mileage schedule.
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