Q: Timing Belt Cover replacement and External Belt too.

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Hello Carlos, about 10 month ago my timing belt was replaced, water pump and external belts too, but I noticed that the timing belt cover is rubbing or having contact with the belt that it made a cut in the cover and the thread of the belt is getting damage and I am afraid that is going to cut the belt leading to damage the engine. What do you recommend to do in this case before it gets worst.

My car has 192000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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