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What is a cambelt?

A cambelt, or timing belt (they are exactly the same thing), is a crucial component of your car's engine. It keeps the crank and camshaft timed properly and ensures that the two halves of the engine are synchronised.

Cambelts should be replaced at certain mileage or time intervals. This could be anything from 50,000 miles up to 100,000 miles or 5 years; you should check your service schedule for your vehicle model, and make sure you don't leave it too late. If you've purchased a second hand car and are unsure about when the cambelt was last changed, don't delay - have a trusted garage check its status.

Unfortunately there aren't any particular warning signs that a cambelt needs replacing; they can wear out over time or they can suddenly fail. However, if you do hear any strange noises from your engine, don't run the risk; use Book My Garage to find a reputable, trusted garage near you to check it out.

About MG

MG is an archetypally British car marque, still manufactured at the historic Longbridge car plant in Birmingham. The history of MG stretches back to its registration in 1924, and the company went on to produce a range of iconic two seater sports cars. The MG Owners Club claims to be the World's largest single marque car club, an indication of the passion MG owners have for their vehicles.

In terms of models, some of the best loved vintage cars still seen on British roads are from the MG stable. These include the distinctive MG Midget with its ‘frog eye’ headlights, clean lines and nimble handling, perfect for the UK’s twisty single carriageway country lanes. The Midget was manufactured between 1961 - 1979, and MG continues to evolve and produce good looking cars. The current range includes the MG3, a practical and fun supermini, and the MG6, a contemporary fastback.

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