About This Belt & Hose Service
Belt and hose service performed by the service technicians at Goodyear Tire & Service Network locations includes:
- A thorough visual inspection of all belts and hoses for evidence of wear or damage
- Replacement of all worn belts and hoses as needed
- Adjusting the fit of installed belts, hoses, and related components
Timing Belt and Hose Repairs: Common Questions
Why Replacing a Vehicle’s Belts and Hoses is Important.
Replacing belts and hoses at the first sign of wear helps avoid unexpected breakdowns and the engine damage that overheating can cause. More specifically, the first signs of potential wear may be indicated by:
- Leaking or ruptured coolant hose(s) can result in an overheated engine or a vehicle breakdown
- Power-steering hoses are critical to safe vehicle operation
- A broken or worn-out belt can leave your vehicle inoperable
Signs a Timing Belt Should be Inspected
- Cracks in the belt material
- Splitting, peeling, or fraying belts
- Your engine sounds like it's running rough or stalls out at a stop
- Knocking or pinging sounds are audible when accelerating, or after the ignition is turned off
- Your check engine light remains on after your initial start
When Should Engine Hoses be Replaced?
It’s recommended that your hoses should be checked during every scheduled oil change. Belts generally need to be replaced every 30,000 - 60,000 miles (50,000 km - 100,000 km).
Signs Hoses Should be Checked
- Bulging or inflated hoses
- Hardened or inflexible hose material
- Cracks along the hose
- Worn or corroded hose clamps
PARTS: Lifetime, to the original purchaser.
LABOR: 24 months or 24,000 miles, whichever comes first.
Exclusions apply; See Full Warranty Details