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Is there A cam belt On colt 1.3 cz2 2009 or a chain

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SOURCE: 1990 dodge colt 1-5 broken timing belt, trouble

possibly bent a valve when the timing belt broke, check compression!!!!!!

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SOURCE: 2001 320 ml cam belt or chain

it has a timing chain

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