We had our EcoSport’s timing belt replaced in December 2020 at about 80,000 km. In an EcoSport 2014-2018, there are two belts that need replacement, the (1) drive belt that spins the alternator, the coolant pump, and the compressor for the air conditioning unit (replaced every 40,000 km), and (2) the timing belt that spins the shaft that controls the timing of the valves and the ignition sequence of the four cylinders (replaced every 80,000 km). As you replace the timing belt, you also need to replace an idler pulley (called a tensioner), which guides and provide tension to the timing belt.
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6 thoughts on “Timing Belt Replacement at 80,000 km”
How much po Sir cost each at lahat.
Di ko na maalala pero parang nagpa major PMS ka rin, around 8 to 10K po.
Saan pong casa/autos repair shop yan? Salamat!
Sa Makati Ford po ito. Most auto shops ay kayang magpalit po ng timing belt.
Hi po Sir, may 2014 EcoSport Trend M/T unit po kami na nasa 33K++ pa lang and odometer reading – kelan po ang recommended niyo na dapat magpalit ng drive belt at timing belt dun sa unit namin? Salamat! :)
Hello sir, yung rubber belts po nagdedegrade with age. Best to replace po within 5 to 7 years. Next year po papaltan nyo na…