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Do I have to remove the engine from the car to change the timming belt of a Sirion GTVI

The engine is making a noise as if a valve is nocking

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Most likely. timing belts are a notoriously hard (and usually expensive) fix. you may have to hit a garage for that one. make sure of that knock as well

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