One of the most important components of your Audi’s engine, the timing belt keeps the internal components of the engine spinning in perfect correlation with each other. If the timing belt in your Audi breaks, the result causes the valves and pistons to contact each other, making them bend and possibly crack which leads to a very expensive repair.

To prevent this, AutoHaus of Boulder can replace the timing belt and associated components before they become an issue. Depending on your Audi’s service interval, timing belts should be replaced every 75 to 90 thousand miles. Replacing your Audi’s timing belt is extremely important and should not be postponed past the recommended service interval.

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