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Sounds like the Timing belt broke while the motor was running, the engine would have died when that happened unless you busted a cam shaft. if the Timing belt was broken and it happened while the motor was running there is a 90% probability that you bent every valve in the head assembly from contact with the pistons.
If you know for sure you have timing belt set right, do a cylinder compression test, if your belt when bad on you , you could have bent valve, this engine is an interference engine, it will bent valve's do a compression test on cylinder's.in no compression an any cylinder's bent valve's.
if timming marks were set correctly and it is single cam engine were lifters bleed out before assembly? it may not have any compression
may have to remove top rocker cover only and use lever to push down on rockers to there is clearance between cam
you mean the timing belt..well you can bent your valves if your not lucky mostly engine running with interferance ingine but yea if your timing belt snap it can damage your valve timing belt should be change at every 60k miles or suffer later..
the timing belt should be changed every 60,000 miles.
your engine is an interference engine, which means if the timing belt breaks or skips, the valves will hit the pistons.
if your belt broke you will have bent valves. so the heads will need to come off and bent valves replaced.