Everything you need to know about your cambelt cost and timing belt change

We already discussed the difference between a cambelt, timing belt, and timing chain and revealed that a timing belt and cambelt are the same part. This is important to keep in mind, especially since servicing centres and car manufacturers use both terms. Also, called out in our previous post, there’s a wide range as to when your you’ll need to change your timing belt/cambelt. With recommendations spanning from 40,000 to 100,000 miles (depending on make and model), we highly suggest replacing your timing belt and water pump, at minimum, every 5 years.

Your cam belt replacement cost

If you’re looking into what your cambelt change cost will be (or timing belt or timing chain), you’re in the right place. We’re here to make your cam belt replacement as simple as possible, and at a preferred cam belt cost you can afford.

How much does it cost to fix the timing belt on your car? Starting at £299, you’ll find Fixter’s timing belt replacement service is below manufacturer rates. Click below for a free quote.

Read on to learn more about how the timing belt is connected to the water pump. We’ve also researched how popular UK models compare against Fixter’s competitive rates.

How much does timing belt replacement cost?

We researched manufacturer pricing for the top 5 UK car models, such as Ford or Vauxhall. As a reminder, Fixter’s timing belt replacement service starts at £299, depending on your car make, model and engine. Rates are based on official car brand websites (and are subject to change), unless otherwise noted. The figures below show an average cost to change timing belt and how much you can save when you choose Fixter to carry out the work.

As you can see, we can provide a very low timing belt change cost for any vehicle.

Ford Fiesta
1.6 TDCI
Ford Focus
2.0 TDCI
Ford C Max
1.8 TDCI
Vauxhall Corsa
1.4 Petrol
Volkswagen Golf
2.0 TDI
Nissan Qashqai
1.5 DCI
Toyota Auris
1.3 litres
Citroen Berlingo
1.6 litres Multispace

Replace timing belt and water pump together

You need to know when to change a timing belt, and it’s generally advised to install a new water pump when your car’s timing belt is due for replacing. And the water pump replacement cost provided by Fixter is just as competitive as all of our other services.

In most cars, these parts are connected – with the timing belt propelling everything. Since the water pump supplies coolant to the engine, it’s important this part is properly functioning. As with any component, preventative maintenance is the best way to save you from costly damage in the future. An overheating engine can be catastrophic. Luckily, Fixter’s door-to-door service offers top-rated service at the lowest possible cost. In keeping with our transparent pricing, if you don’t need a new water pump, you won’t be charged for one. You’ll have the final say before any additional work is completed.

Find a garage to replace your timing belt

When receiving any service with Fixter, your car is in good hands. Our garage network comprises over 35 years of experience and services thousands of cars per month. We work with top networks, including Bosch Car Care, Autofirst, Auto Care, Unipart Car Care, RAC, AA, and Trust My Garage. Our garages receive training from Group Auto, Bosch, and Autofirst, among others to maintain compliance and stay up to date on industry and technological changes. All our garages meet the UK’s MOT standards, and thoroughly tests each car. Additionally, you can count on Fixter to perform regular maintenance check-ups with our full, major, and interim services. Each offering is tailor-made based on the needs of your particular car.