Belt Replacement

Service Description
The belts in your engine keep a lot of things working. Things like your water pumps, power steering pumps, alternators and more. Like tires and fluids, belts wear out from use, age and heat. When they fail, whatever they were powering fails with them. Without the water pump, the engine will rapidly overheat. The alternator quits producing amps, the power steering is without power. Very suddenly, you're not going anywhere. Don’t wait for your belts to break. Come in to Big O Tires and let us help you.

Included in your service:

  • Inspection of drive belts
  • Replace belts as necessary

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