Subaru Drive Belts Parts
Subaru Drive Belt Parts
Subaru popped up in the auto market in 1968 and soon became a major player, inventing the boxer engine, as well as their AWD drive train, which was brought in a few years later, in 1972. These features became customary through Subaru’s vehicles in their mid and small ranged vehicles. Subaru is now an intercontinental industry leader with a brand that holds consistent and superiorly designed vehicles. Their hard-working past has been fashioned around expertise and high quality conditions for developing their vehicles, and more specifically, with their drive belt parts and components. Your Subaru’s serpentine belt is open to wear and damage, similarly to any other aspect of your vehicle. Controlled by the crankshaft pulley, this belt manages the water pump, alternator, air conditioning compressor and power steering pump. Being able to diagnose, repair, and prevent the most frequent issues you’re your serpentine belt is important to avoid excess damage to your Subaru. Serpentine belts have some general troubles over time that you can give notice to as you adhere to regular service to your vehicle. One of the first things to do is make sure your belt is correctly seated on each pulley and check for indications of wear, including cracking on the ribs and fraying. Look for cuts and any splitting or omitted areas to where the ribs should be. If you come across any of these symptoms, replace your belt, immediately. If you have questions about Subaru’s drive belt parts or components, the FCP Import team and website here for any support you need.
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It is a good idea to examine the pulleys if your serpentine belt has extreme or unusual wear. Take off the belt and, placing it across the surface of any two pulleys, then rotate them and inspect for misalignment. Each pulley should make contact with the straightedge at all times as you turn them. Test all of the pulleys in pairs for any cracking, rust, dents or noticeable damage. Replace them if you notice any of these symptoms. Make sure to detach the ground black battery cable when checking or replacing your Subaru’s serpentine belt. Take note, even if your ignition switch in the "off" position, if your Subaru has been driven a short time ago, the electric fan may start up and hit against your arms when you are working in the engine section. Serpentine belts do not need much attention, but it is suggested to examine your serpentine belts every 3,000 miles, helping fix regular issues on time and lengthen your belt’s usage. When you need to replace your serpentine belt, contrast the new one with the older one to make sure they have the same pattern, width, and number of ribs. Also know that your newer belt will be somewhat shorter. FCP Import's gifted and qualified call center team is accessible for any support or questions you may have. If you are unconfident about which drive belt part or component is desired for your Subaru, FCP has a broad product line for the Subaru brand. Check out the FCP Import website for all products, as well as our regularly updating inventory. If you have questions, would like to put in a phone order, or just have feedback, do not hesitate to give FCP Import a call at 877-634-0063 to connect with our service friendly team.