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Will engines interchange from sephia to rio 4 cyclinder

I want to put another engine in a 2001 kia rio because the timing belt broke and messed up some valves

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No it is a totally different hook up

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Regarding the shut down, when was the last time you changed the timing belt?? Did you know that the twin cam 1.5 lirte motor needs a new belt every 50,000 miles or 80,000 kms.
If the belt has failed it may still be in tact but with the cogs ripped off.
Your valves have collided with at least one piston but it is good you were only idling at the time.
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