Changing the water pump when replacing the distribution kit. Their change contributes to the life of the assembly and avoids a second intervention. Especially since the proximity of these two elements makes it possible to carry out only one disassembly and therefore to limit the costs of the operation.
The mandatory change of your belt as a preventive measure, according to the Manufacturer's recommendations (see the maintenance booklet)
For your safety, from 80,000 km, ask your PEUGEOT dealer for advice.
WHY HAVE THE DISTRIBUTION KIT CHANGED?
The timing belt is essential to the operation of your engine.
It synchronizes the permanent movement of the pistons and valves.
Constantly stressed by the operation of the engine, the timing components undergo natural wear with the accumulation of kilometres.
The climate can lead to premature wear.
A leaking water pump and leaking coolant can significantly shorten the life of the timing belt.
WHEN TO REPLACE THE TIMING BELT?
No sign to measure the level of wear of the timing belt.
To protect your engine, the timing belt kit must be replaced according to the recommendations in your service book.
THE SAFETY OF YOUR PEUGEOT PARTS
Consisting of the belt, tensioners and rollers, the timing kits contribute to the proper functioning of the entire timing system. The belt and the rollers are co-developed to optimize the life of all the components.
These kits offer optimal qualities and meet strict specifications. Completely adapted to your PEUGEOT, they combine quality and resistance.
PEUGEOT IS ACTING FOR THE ENVIRONMENT
As a responsible manufacturer, PEUGEOT is actively involved in the treatment of polluting products. From vehicle design to the reprocessing of used parts, PEUGEOT is committed, with its network, to vigilant action at each stage of the vehicle's life cycle.