Belts move many parts under the hood of your Nissan. In fact, there are almost as many different types of belts as there are major systems. Some prime examples include your serpentine belt, AC compressor belts, fan belts, and your timing belt (or timing chain).
Serpentine belts work with an idler pulley, a belt tensioner, and other drive belts to move power steering parts, alternator parts, water pump parts, and more. The belts for your AC compressor and fan move various parts in your car heater and air conditioner (HVAC). Your timing belt (or timing chain, if you have one) turns your crankshaft and camshaft, helping make sure the valves and pistons in your engine synchronize.
There are many other belts at work in your vehicle as well -- too many to name, actually. If your ride isn't running properly, though, its belts may be the problem. There are signs you can look for. They include squealing, belt looseness or damage, a malfunctioning car battery, interior lighting problems, and a misfiring or overheating engine.
If you're seeing any of these symptoms, do a complete inspection and replace any belts that are problematic. Otherwise, change them according to your mileage and the directions in your owner's manual.
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