Some have a timing belt, some have a timing chain. Depends and year, make, model.
There are "v" belts, "serpentine" belts and "timing" belts.
Yes, there are "v" belts, "serpentine" belts and "timing" belts.
All petrol & diesel engines are listed as having timing belts fitted.
ford rangers '96 petrol and diesel according to the 'RAM' catalogue all take timing belts not chains ford rangers '96 petrol and diesel according to the 'RAM' catalogue all take timing belts not chains
as far as i know all Lexus have timing belts which require replacement every 60 or 90,000 miles depending on the year.
Why Suzuki cars have problems with lifters and timing belts
it is recommended that timing belts on petrol vauxhalls be changed every 40,000 miles
All Kia 4 by 4's have timing belts. Some newer cars have chains but the Kia isn't one of them.
petrol cars are cars with petrol in them lol
Lots of cars and timing chains and lots have timing belts. You need to be more specific if you wish an answer. What car are you considering. Need year, make, and engine size to provide an answer.
It has a timing belt. In fact, all cars have timing belts, due to the nature of the piston combustion engine. Motor bikes have timing chains.
Most reccomendations are between 60,000 and 100,000 miles