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Can i drive my lanos with suspect valve problem.

I've a 1999 Daewoo Lanos SE 3 door hatch. I replaced timing belt, not running right but can still drive it. Suspect valve problem, i still have about 400K to get home, would it be ok to drive it home. Thank you.

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Are you sure your timing belt is on right? If you're out one tooth, it's gonna run like ****, and if it's not firing at all on one cyllinder, you're going to wash down the cyllinder walls (with gas while you're driving) and have engine failure. 400 K ? You might make it. Won't do your engine any good.

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