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What are TIMING BELTS ?

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Asked by truth exposed, 21 Jan '13 07:25 pm
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A timing belt, or cam belt (informal usage), is a part of an internal combustion engine that controls the timing of the engine's valves. Some engines, such as the flat-4 Volkswagen air-cooled engine, and the straight-6 Toyota F engine use timing gears
Answered by jakir hussain, 21 Jan '13 07:30 pm

 
  
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T is flat, rubber belt with teeth. It connects the camshaft and crankshaft inside the engine much like a bicycle chain connects the front and rear sprocket. But more importantly it synchronizes the rotation of the valves and pistons to occur at the correct times. Timing belts have replaced chains in many cars today and help make the sophisticated engines we find under the hood possibl
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Answered by anil garg, 21 Jan '13 07:34 pm

 
  
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After sometime it vanish
Answered by maxfun, 21 Jan '13 07:30 pm

 
  
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Timing out ni hoti veh k
Answered by wenz, 21 Jan '13 07:25 pm

 
  
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A timing belt, or cam belt (informal usage), is a part of an internal combustion engine that controls the timing of the engine's valves. Some engines, such as the flat-4 Volkswagen air-cooled engine, and the straight-6 Toyota F engine use timing gears. First seen in the 1954 Devin, which won the SCCA National Championship in 1956 (see May 1957 Sports Cars Illustrated article by O C Rich), timing belts replaced the older style timing chains that were common until the 1970s and 1980s (although in the last decade there has been reemergence of chain use for many carmakers). Some manufacturers, such as BMW[1] and Mercedes-Benz,[2] are known for using timing chains because of their durability. The term "timing belt" is sometimes used for the more general case of any flat belt with integral teeth, although such usage is a misnomer since there is no timing or synchronization involved.
Answered by Quest, 21 Jan '13 07:29 pm

 
  
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