We visually check your brake discs and pads every time your Renault comes to our workshop for servicing, MOT, repair, warranty or diagnostic work.
On a service we also measure the actual thickness of the brake discs and pads, comparing that to the Renault minimum thickness standard, to advise you on the wear and replacement interval to keep you safe on the road.
We also check the condition of your brake fluid and for any leaks from brake hoses, and the condition of the handbrake cables.
Your vehicle timing belt (also known as the Cambelt) is a critical component that connects and controls the timing and operation of many engines major internal parts such as the camshaft, crankshaft and valves.
The cambelt ensures that the camshaft and crankshaft rotate in time with each other, if they don't the result could be engine failure costing £1000's to repair.
Renault recommends that when changing the cambelt you change the roller pulleys, tensioner and water pump at the same time to save you paying for all the parts and labour costs again should the water pump leak and need replacing at a later stage.