DID YOU KNOW?
Housed at the front of the engine, the timing belt links the crankshaft with the camshaft, which regulates the opening and closing of your engine's valves. Constantly spinning, it travels something like 240,000km in its lifetime - around six times round the globe.
If a belt breaks, it can cause severe engine damage, so it pays to have a quality, reliable replacement timing belt fitted in your car.
SEAT GENUINE BELTS
Made of fibreglass and high-resistance plastic, SEAT Genuine Timing belts have a wear-resistant outer layer capable of withstanding very high loads, temperatures and humidity levels.
Like all SEAT Genuine parts, our belts are made to the same high standards as the parts we use in our new cars, guaranteeing safety, reliability and performance.