Replacing your engine due to a thrown timing belt is no fun. It's expensive and can even leave you without transportation until you can pay up. So pay heed to odd noises like squealing and clanking, then purchase new Lincoln belts, pulleys and timing components before greater damage results from worn out mechanisms.
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Seventy percent of engines with timing belts are interference engines. This means that if your belt breaks, the valves in the cylinder come in contact with the pistons because synchronization is lost. Nothing is good about this situation. It's important to change the timing belt when indicated in your owner's manual, usually around 60,000 miles. Preventative maintenance saves you time and money in the long run. Prevent costly repairs with replacement drive belts for Lincoln from AutoAnything and save even more money with our 1-Year, Lower Price Guarantee.
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