Kia Optima Belts
No matter how carefully you drive or how well you take care of your vehicle, the car belt is one of those car parts that will need a replacement from time to time. This is because the rubber tends to get cracked and worn out. Specialists suggest that you replace the serpentine belt every 50 000 miles, and the timing belt – every 60 000 miles. It is also very important to check on the state of your belts every so often. The serpentine belt is located in plain view, so it will not cause you any trouble to evaluate the condition of your Kia Optima Belt. The timing belt might cause you a bit more trouble as it is a bit hidden behind the engine. Nevertheless, a thorough examination is still something you should definitely do.
The signs you need to look for are cracks, deformed notches, and tears. Also, if you hear a strange squeaking sound coming from the engine, it is another sign that you need to open up your hood and take a look at your belts. If your car belt does show signs of wear, visit CARiD.com and order a new one. The belts and belt accessories we offer are top quality reliable products. So, purchase a new Kia Optima belt today and put your beloved vehicle back on the road tomorrow. You can place your order online or by phone.