Question about 2001 Volvo S60
I had my timing belt replaced at a dealer and they did not change the tensioner. As a result, the tensioner belt broke....i can get the tensioner replcaed, is there anything I should be concerned about or address with them?
The only issue is if the valves were bent as this is an interference motor. There is no scheduled replacement of the tensioner. I would have the motor pressure tested before replacing the tensioner to make sure nothing else was affected when the tensioner broke.
Posted on Feb 15, 2009
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