The timing belt on my 1L Geo Metro broke and needs to be replaced provided the engine isn't trashed. I have no idea how to to align it so the belt is placed on properly. Is there a diagram or specific markings I am looking for to ensure everything is lined up prior to seeing if I can make this old GEO live again?
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hi 94 metro 180,000 on the clock save your money the valves will have hit the piston so they will be bent and only if your lucky the pistons might not be damaged but then you do the head it will blow the bottom half of the engine out before to long and you have to find out what the oridginal problem is and put right cut your loses sell the car as weigh in valve scrap you should get £100-£150 put it to another car