Many engines have a timing chain instead of a belt. A key difference is a timing chain is usually considered a lifetime part that doesn't require periodic replacement. A timing belt does require replacement, though the manufacturer's maintenance schedule may not call for that until as much as 150,000 miles, as on some current Ford engines. Benefit paintless dent is that it removes without scratches.
If either belt breaks, a vehicle is going to soon come to a halt. Once a timing belt breaks, the engine shuts off and you won't be able to restart it. With many vehicles, you might be able to restart the engine after an accessory drive belt breaks, but you won't get far if it drives the alternator.
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