Introducing Dayco's New Mileage Warranty Program

Introducing Dayco’s New Mileage Warranty Program

Dayco aftermarket timing belts and Dayco aftermarket timing belt tensioners and idler pulleys meet critical OE standards for fit, form and function. Dayco is so confident in the quality of its products and the credibility of its application engineering that it backs this claim with its exclusive Dayco Mileage Warranty Program.


It just doesn’t make sense to spend hours tearing down a car’s engine to change a timing belt and then discount the importance of inspecting the tensioners and pulleys that are incorporated into the timing belt system. Worn tensioners and/or idler pulleys often contribute to the excessive wear or failure of the belt. If this is the case, and these components are not replaced…the belt life of a newly replaced timing belt will be drastically reduced.

Dayco aftermarket timing belts and Dayco aftermarket timing belt tensioners and idler pulleys meet critical OE standards for fit, form and function. In fact, Dayco is so confident in the quality of its products and the credibility of its application engineering that it backs this claim with its exclusive Dayco Mileage Warranty Program. This program ensures that, if during the same repair service, the timing belt along with worn timing belt tensioners and/or idler pulleys are replaced with a Dayco Timing Belt and Dayco Timing Belt Component Kit Tensioners and/or Idler Pulleys…Dayco will warrant both the belt and tensioner and/or idler pulleys for the life of the automotive manufacturer’s original recommended replacement interval.

If no OEM timing belt replacement interval is recommended, then the typical trade practice of replacing the timing belt and components at 60,000 miles will apply. The warranty will become effective if the timing belt or any of components fail prior to the designated replacement interval. An invoice carrying the date of replacement, odometer reading at time of replacement and odometer reading at the time of failure will be required along with the failed timing belt and components.

For additional information, visit www.daycoproducts.com.

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