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Second time complete breakdown of engine ,camshaft chevy venture

This is the second time since i purchased this used van last year. completely broke down, already replaced engine once since with a used one. they are telling me the camshaft cant handle the pull of the van??? i am already out 5600 purchase price plus cost of used engine once after this happened eight months ago, does anyone know any options, i am afraid to put more money and this just happens again.
the van already isnt worth what i have put into it , but broke down its worth even less. i just want it to stay running and get use of my money out of it. can anyone offer advice on what we can do?

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Youve already got way too much money in that van,
go buy somthing else !!!!!!

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