Saab Timing Parts
Saab Timing Parts
Saab popped up in the auto industry over 50 years ago out of Scandinavia, building upon their originality and sophisticated designs. This brought on a great line up of technically modernized vehicles infused with a devotion to the environment. Saab’s auto parts are able to give all Saab vehicles original parts and are enabled with the same dependability and design from their respected history. Saab’s brand has always been known for their innovation in all of their products, and even their timing parts and components. Your Saab’s timing belt tensioner is an important piece of your engine and is accountable for keeping your timing belt operating. The gear and chain systems that link the timing belt to the crankshaft or camshaft will not operate the way they should if your tensioner is worn out, cracking or torn up. Since your Saab’s timing belt and tensioner are hard to examine without taking them out, you will have to keep an ear out for particular sounds to see if there is an issue with your timing belt tensioner. Pay attention for a rattling sound when you start or speed up. This could be a warning sign that there is too much pressure on your tensioner pulley, or that it is cracking. Also, keep an ear out for any changes in your rpm’s when you speed up or even at lower speeds. If your tensioner is not operating correctly, it may be hard for your Saab to gain speed properly. FCP Euro has huge stock of Saab timing parts and components, including all parts for Saab’s vehicles.
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You should also inspect your Saab for any oil leaks. If you see warning signs of oil leaks in your engine around the camshaft or crankshaft, this means your tensioner may be cracked and is leaking grease into your vehicle’s engine. Pay attention to any inconsistent humming sounds, as this also may be a symptom that your tensioner bearings are worn out or torn up. If you are hearing any squeaks or screeches when you change gears, it means that your tensioner is under extreme pressure and will start squeal when you shift. If this is the case, your tensioner most likely has to be replaced, as well. Tensioner bearings are sealed eternally, so there is no way to wash or examine their bearings after they are put in. Most garages and mechanics will replace the timing tensioner when they replace your timing belt. If a tensioner bearing has become faulty and starts to leak grease, it will become broken quickly thereafter. FCP Euro's eager call center team is always here and waiting to help out with any support or questions you have. If you would like any advice to help find out which timing part is best suited for your Saab, FCP has a massive collection for the Saab brand. Check out FCP Euro’s website for all products, as well as our continuously updating inventory. If you have questions, would like to put in a phone order, or just have feedback, do not hesitate to give FCP Euro a call at 1-860-388-9001 to connect with our service friendly team.