Belts & Hoses

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You should check your owner's manual for exact specifics, however, many mechanics recommended replacing your timing belt every 60,000 to 100,000 miles. Sometimes we're fortunate enough to have a little bit of warning on our timing belt whereas other times the timing belt just breaks or snaps without giving us any warning. Here at Omaha Japanese Auto Repair we'll take care of you. If you've visited us before we should know if you're due for this service or not. A belt or a hose problem can cause issues with an overheating engine, loss of air conditioning or cause other engine issues.Call today to request an appointment or consultation about your Honda or Acura.

Common signs of belt or hose problems

  • Brake Light On
  • Squealing, Squeaking or Grinding
  • Scraping or Vibration while Braking
  • Burning Smell after Repeated Braking
  • Brake Light On
  • Pulling to One Side When Braking