Belt & Hose Replacement Austin, TX
VBelt & Hose Replacement Services in Austin, TX | Juke Auto
If your car’s belts or hoses need replacement, you can trust our team of ASE-certified master technicians at Juke Auto. We know that a broken belt or hose can cause big problems, so we’ll work quickly to get your car back on the road in no time. Plus, we offer competitive prices on all of our products and services, so you can rest assured that you’re getting the best deal around. Whether you need a new serpentine belt or radiator hose, Juke Auto has got your back. Call us today at (512) 385-5853 to get started.
Belts and hoses may seem like small and insignificant parts of your car, but they play a crucial role in its overall performance. Belts are responsible for transferring power from the engine to the various components of the car, while hoses carry coolant and other fluids around the system. When one of these parts fails, it can lead to a number of problems, including overheating, decreased fuel efficiency, and even engine failure.
Types of Belts in Your Car
There are several different types of belts in your car, and each one has a specific function. Here are some of the most common belts in a typical vehicle:
The serpentine belt is typically the largest belt, powering multiple accessories. This belt powers the alternator, water pump, power steering pump, and air conditioning compressor.
The timing belt is responsible for synchronizing the rotation of the camshaft and crankshaft, and it’s located behind the timing cover. This belt is responsible for keeping the valves and pistons in sync, so it’s essential to have it replaced when it begins to wear out.
Some cars have a V belt that powers the fan, which helps to keep the engine cool. A V belt also has the same role as a serpentine belt, powering the water pump, radiator fan, and air conditioning compressor.
Other Types of Belts
There are also a number of other belts in your car, including the power steering belt, alternator belt, A/C belt, and more. No matter what kind of belt you need to be replaced, our team at Juke Auto can handle the job.
Types of Hoses in Your Car
There are several different hoses in a typical car, and each one carries a different type of fluid. Below are some of the most common hoses that you can find in your vehicle:
The radiator hose carries the coolant from the engine to the radiator, where it is cooled and then sent back to the engine.
Made from durable rubber, the heater hose carries hot coolant from the engine to the heater core, which then warms the air in the passenger compartment. It is crucial for the car’s climate control system to have a working heater hose.
One of the most important hoses in your car, the fuel hose carries gasoline from the gas tank to the engine. This hose is responsible for supplying the engine with the fuel it needs to run properly.
The brake hose carries brake fluid from the master cylinder to the calipers, which apply the brakes. If this hose is damaged or worn out, the brakes will not function properly.
Other Types of Hoses
There are also a number of other hoses in your car, including the power steering hose, valve hose, and more. Juke Auto is your source for quality hose replacement services.
When to Replace Your Belts & Hoses?
How do you know when it’s time to replace your belts or hoses? Unfortunately, there is no definitive answer, as the lifespan of these parts can vary greatly depending on the make and model of your car, driving habits, and more. The best way to know for sure is to have your car inspected by a qualified mechanic.
We Replace All Types of Belts & Hoses
At Juke Auto, you can count on us to replace any type of belt or hose in your car. We have extensive experience with all types of automotive belts and hoses, and we use only the highest quality parts and equipment. We also offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee on all of our services, so you can be sure you’re making the best decision for your car. Give us a call at (512) 385-5853 or use our online contact form to schedule a belt or hose replacement service today.