Cambelt Change

Cambelt (Audi) & Timing Chain (Mercedes, BMW) kits fitted

  • 2 year warranty
  • Exact dealer specification

Add a water pump, coolant change and system flush*

  • 2 year warranty
  • Exact dealer specification
  • Antifreeze coolant change
  • Coolant system flush

* includes vehicles up to 2.0L engine size – vehicles with a larger engine capacity are subject to an individual quote.

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Our Price Guarantee:
We are confident you’ll find it hard to beat our prices for a Cambelt or Timing Chain but, in the unlikely event that you find a lower price for the same service, using the same quality parts and diagnostic procedures at a VAT registered garage – we’ll beat it, simple as that.

Cambelt & Timing Chain Warranty

For such an important component as the cambelt ot timing chain, peace of mind is vital. Not only can you be assured that we fit dealer specification parts but these parts are also backed by a 12 month mechanical failure warranty.

We fit CAMBELT & TIMING CHAIN KITS at unbeatable prices – don’t take the risk.

Do I need to change my Cambelt or Timing Chain?

A Cambelt change  is one of the most important aspects of maintaining your car, if you neglect it – you could end up needing a new engine. The dealerships recommend most engines should have their cambelt changed between every 60,000 to 80,000 miles or 4/5 years depending on engine type.  Your service manual will tell you the correct mileage for your cambelt change. Timing Chain’s should only need servicing at these mileages. Simply give us a quick call or email your query and we’ll let you know straightaway.

  • Are you sure that your cambelt has been changed at the correct time or mileage?
  • Are you sure that your cambelt has been changed at all?
  • If you have just purchased or are looking at purchasing a used car, does the previous owner have proof of a cambelt change at the correct mileage?

If you have answered any of these questions with NO then we recommend you book a cambelt change with Mercecedes BMW Audi Independent.

Why change the water pump?

Many of the VAG engines have cambelt driven water pumps which as many people know are prone to breaking causing engine over heating, possible head gasket failure and severe engine damage. If your water pump is cambelt driven we recommend you change this at the same time as the cambelt. In addition this is the ideal time to flush your coolant system and replace with new Antifreeze coolant to protect your engine.