Avoid Costly Repairs From Worn Belts and Hoses

Today's cars are designed with precision and complexity. Belts and hoses are an important part of maintaining both. One look in your engine and you'll find a maze of hose connections and one or more belts that are wrapped around many pulleys.

Failure of one hose or belt can spell a lot of trouble. For example, a single serpentine belt is responsible for turning several pulleys that operate vital engine functions. Over time, cracks in the synthetic rubber material may form along the belt and lead to weakness and component failure upon breakage. Hoses, also made of similar materials, may eventually crack and cause fluid or vacuum pressure leaks. This leads to reduced performance and potentially costly repairs - including engine replacement.

Stay ahead of the tow truck by visiting Jenkins Kia of Gainesville, and we'll give your vehicle a thorough inspection and replace defective parts with genuine OEM inventory, all for a reasonable cost.

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