Question about 1999 Mitsubishi Eclipse
Was driving down the freeway when I felt a small hiccup in the car and immediately lost power. I immediately assumed that I may have let it run on low oil too long but upon review I had enough oil for that not to have been the problem. When looking at the cams I believe that I may have thrown a timing belt, something a mechanic friend of mine agrees with, when I try to turn it over there is sound but the engine does not move. My question is if I threw the timing belt, is the engine a interference or non-interference engine? How can I find out short of replacing everything?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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