Absolutely, broken belts throw off the balance of the wheel. Look for buldges or indentations in the tire. If the vibration is felt in the steering wheel, it is probably a front tire. If the vibration is felt in the seat, it is probably in a rear tire. Most manufacturers will pro-rate a replacement tire for the manufactured defect. Cut tires, curbed tires, under-over inflation wear could also effect the warranty. Vibrations could also be caused by other mechanical defects: lost wheel weight, bad wheel bearing, bad ball jounts, bad shocks, sticking brakes, etc. Rotate the front tires to the rear, if the vibration changes in the steering wheel, then chances are the problem is in the wheel/tire.
Timing chain or belt is broken
If your engine is overheating rapidly it could be because your fan belt is broken If the fan belt is broken, your car will over heat.
If your car or vehicle has a broken tire belt you need to replace it. This broken item can cause a very bad accident.
broken belt in the tire, uneven wear
It could cause it. It could be something else though. It could also be a worn-out tensioner.
Could be a broken timing belt or a bad Engine Control Module.
My personal experience was a tire with a broken belt. There are other reasons but your description is vague.
A broken belt in your tire can be caused by several different things. The most common cause is hitting a pothole or a solid object in the roadway.
It will start if any belt is broken except the cam belt. If the cam belt is broken it will not start.
Not unless it was broken and not operating the system, you would have other issues other than ac trouble if that were the case.
tires. possible 1 or more has belt separation
On mine it was a broken serpentine belt
Motor is locked up unless it is belt driven. In that case the belt can be broken.
It could be due to bad engine mounts, wheels out of balance or tires that have slipped a belt.
A belt that has jumped a tooth will cause the engine to be out of time. This will adversely effect performance and mileage. A broken belt will cause engine damage as this is an interference engine. Replace the belt every 80,000 miles at a minimum.
The belt is slipping.
It could be a broken belt on front tires it could also be broken eng mount.need more info.markstang.
YES you will, the tire will cotinue to wear out of round and cause the vehical to vibrate or shake. Replace ASAP Answer #2 Good answer. It could possibly be a bad belt which can cause all kind of unsafe problems.
IF the cam belt had gone while you was driving or started while broken then yes is would
you could have a broken steel belt in one of your tires, that happened to me. I had a tear in my right tire that caused that in my 91 Roadmaster.
Yes. So could a broken belt in your tire, a tire out of balance, loose lug nuts, bad CV joint.
could be the coil pack but did u check the timing belt .does it spin real fast, belt could be broken thus no spark