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Re: blew timing belt in 1999 mitsubishi eclipse with...
For a quick quote look up a price just for the head itself. i think youll find its pretty pricy even with out labor and if v-6 double it.(for ballpark price call dealer for price on the parts. then figure 8-10 hrs labor.
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Yes the single and double overhead cam engines are both interference engines. So you have a 50/50 chance the valves are damaged if the belt broke while the engine was running. Most people replace the belt then check compression before putting the engine front back together.
If the timing belt is broken, chances are you would hear the pistons banging into the open valves as the engine turned over (broken timing belt means cam is not turning, and some valves will be open.).
Please reply what led up to the engine not starting, from the last time that the engine ran.
vaccume lines are a big big deal on the 1 and 2 g's check the 2 lines that go to the egr valve behind the throttlebody and for the lag in starting iam say cam senser check it clean it it controlles the injectors and wont let them come on if it dont reat the cam is turning