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mechanical timing consists of a timing belt, tensioner pulleys and timing gears the timing may have jumped, it is something that needs immediate attention. failure to address a timing belt issue can result in a blown engine if it breaks
it dapend were you take it .your looking at one day labor just to get it apart .you may have to re place the head. it would be better to put a new engine in.or re place the car . a rogh i dear or the cost is 1,500 to 2,000 yhat would be parts and labor
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I checked generic code #128-- coolant thermostat (coolant temperature below thermostat regulating temperature) hope this helps. Check for code after car totally warned up. If it isn't running at operating temp. thermostat may be stuck open.