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Timing belt snapped at 80 000 km and valves snapped and cracked my engine block in general these cars are just ****** it has happened to 3 different year models of mine

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examine it if it looks bad any tears it should be replaced ask a nieghbor or two

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Heli-coil...would be the best bet.

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Spark to cylinder but appears to be dead new head does not run right


Was the same fault there before you changed the cylinder head? If so, that would point to piston problems on cylinder No4.

Are you able to do a compression test on the engine? If there's piston/ring trouble on the 4th cylinder that could cause a misfire because of poor compression.

The other thing that springs to mind is that there's something amiss with the valve clearances on cylinder No 4.

I'm not familiar with your car - does it have an overhead camshaft? Unfortunately when refitting an overhead camshaft after a rebuild, some owners have managed to bend a valve. This usually happens because the engine has been turned during disassembly/rebuild and the timing marks have not been aligned when refitting the camshaft.

This results in a valve in contact with a piston and when the camshaft is fitted and torqued down the valve becomes bent.

I think your problem may lie in either a bent valve or incorrect valve clearances.

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My timing chain has snapped


I assume it's your timing belt, not a chain, which rarely, if ever snap. Depending on the make of the car and the engine you may, or may not, have serious engine damage.. DO NOT ATTEMPT to start the car, have it towed to your shop of choice. If there is no engine damage a timing belt replacement generally will run you 2 or 3 hundred bucks...if you did serious engine damage you may have to decide if the car if worth the money to have it repaired. What you need to know is whether your car has an "interference" or "non-interference" type engine.. In an interference type engine if the timing belt breaks the valves will "interfere" with the pistons as they travel up if the timing belt breaks, which results in generally catastrophic engine failure.. non-interference engines generally suffer little or no engine damage with a broken timing belt.. I broke a timing belt on my 1990 Toyota Supra going 70mph, but it was a non-interference engine and after having the belt replaced it was fine.. here is a good list someone put together on what type of engine is in your car.. you should find the engine type either marked on the engine or on a label under the hood, or the owners manual.. good luck. http://yourcarangel.com/2014/07/interference-engines-complete-list/

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Timing belt keeps breaking


Apparently there is a tensioner that is not keeping the belt taught and it is not centered correctly on the pulleys. Or the pulley itself could be cracked warped or nicked.. Check out all the components carefully. A small nick or crack can cause the belt to chafe and run off the pulley and snap.

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1995 Eagle Summit AWD cranks but won't start...battery, fuel pump, spark plugs replaced ...why? Is the problem the multiport fuel injector relay? Where is this relay located?


Sounds like a timing belt has snapped. If it is an interference engine, the engine could be ruined (pistons hit the valves and bend them). Check gates belts to see if it is an interference engine. Belts normally snap at 80,000 to 120,000 miles.

Jan 21, 2011 | 1995 Eagle Summit

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What damage will happen if my timtng belt snaps on my fiat punto 1.9 jtd?


none Fiat engines are free wheeling non interference type design

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When is the timing belt changed


most belt manufacturers recommend 60,000 miles or sooner, some car makers say 80,000 but it is better to change it early than have it snap and ruin the engine.

Severe engine damage to the head, pistons and valves can occur if the belt snaps, the faster the engine is going, the worse the damage. Even at tickover / idle a belt breaking will bend most of the valves in the head so it is prudent to do it as soon as it is required. Also check if the water pump needs doing at the same time, as it needs the timing belt off to do and may be near failure due to having a plastic impeller. Make sure the belt idlers and tensioner are replaced with the belt.

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I have a ACURA 3.5 RL with only 138000 KM and wondering if I should replaced the timing belt and water pump


If you know that the timing belt has not been changed at the regular interval or ever been changed, then YES. Also change the water pump and timing belt tensioners.
Its normal to change every 80,000 - 100,000 km

Oct 20, 2009 | 2000 Acura 3.5RL

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What is the recommended milage for a timing belt change on a 2004 Audi A6?


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Audi recently increased the service interval on these belts from 60,000 to 80,000 miles. You cannot do a timing belt inspection - you must replace it at the specified interval due to the fact that a belt may look good but can still fail due to undetectable stressors in the belt itself when it reaches this mileage.

You do not say which engine variant you have in your car but 80,000 is now the general belt interval that is specified.

Hope this helps.

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I have a 1984 dodge ram pick up with the mitsubishi motor and i was woindering if the timeing was belt or chain


1984 years came with the 2.0L, 2.6L gasoline and 2.3 diesel engines.

It's most likely a timing belt, but read further for more info. Recommended to be replaced at 60,000 miles (96,000 km) on gasoline engines and on diesel engines at 50,000 miles (80,000 km).

The 2.0 L Engine have two timing belts. One connects the crankshaft and camshaft, the second one drives the right silent shaft.

The 2.6L engine has a timing chain and a silent shaft chain.

Please check to see which particular engine you have and refer to the above for your answer.

Jun 29, 2009 | 1984 Dodge Ram 50

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Broken Cylinder head valves


sounds like your timing belt may have slipped or snapped a ceased timing belt adjuster could cause this check your timing belt and adjuster and all belt adjustment pulleys before you fix the valves otherwise its bound to happen againalso make sure your engine oil is full

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