Question about 2000 Hyundai Accent
On my 2000 Hyundai Accent...lovely. I dont know what to do. My options, fix the timing belt and find out if the valves and pistons are bent, which is like 95% possible. Then after that the guy who will be fixing it said there could be thousands of dollars in repairs. Is there a way to find out if anything is bent before I fix the timing belt? What do u suggest? Sell the car completely? And about how much could I even get for it with a screwed up engine?
I ALSO heard that theres usually a lot of ruckus coming from the engine with all the valves and pistons colliding. The belt makes a loud snapping noise aswell? true? If so, when I was driving it lost power completely and rolled to a stop. I did not hear a thing! It just stalled, that is all. If that helps?
This is an interference (valves hit the pistons) engine and will cause engine damage if the belt brakes, the best thing to do is put the belt on and see if it starts, I have seen some dodge the bullet on occasion. In most cases u will hear nothing, the engine will just stop running.
Posted on Feb 25, 2009
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