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Need the intake and exaust valve specs. Rebuildind head after timing belt broke

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My timing belt broke. need spectes for head gasket, if need to use new head bolts. with a new/used head from a wreck car.also need timing marks for t-belt 1.5l

It probably will also need new pistons as the valves bent and broke causing holes in pistons. If you are lucky and just need a used head go here:

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TCar stopped dead .....timing belt broke on 2002dodge

Sorry for this bad news but if the timing belt broke or jumped then you will need to pull heads due to bent valves.
When the timing belt breaks it leaves valves open or throws the timing off which causes the pistons to come up and hit and bend valves,
the only way to know how much valve damage and to repair is to remove the cylinder head or heads and see.

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Will the valves will connect with the piston if the timing belt broke?

I'm assuming you meant if the timing belt broke would the pistons hit your valves? 2 parts to this, #1 if your belt just broke you should be fine, #2 if your belt skipped time significantly (highly improbable) only then would your internal components have a chance of hitting each other from components trying to open and close at improper times. This could damage both intake/exhaust valves, other valve train components and even damage the head of your pistons.

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Need to set timing and head sequence

Heads go on both intake and exaust valves closed on firing stroke. #1 cylinder So it should have the exaust valve about to open it. And the rotor button should be pointed toward the #1 cylider and it should be top dead center.

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My timing belt broke and I have purchased a new one; however, I need to know how to set the correct timing for a 2001 Volvo S60 witha 2.4L engine?

you need a service manual, if you don't have one i fear that you maybe in over your head-either timing belts or chians there are always timing marks which indicate cylinder id and tdc, basically top dead center of cylinder #1 matched to camshaft position of intake and exhaust valves inclosed position (cam lobes off valves and valve springs relaxed to full height-not compressed as that indicates valves are still open or in overlap-you must know you four strokes and consider which stroke will be required) anyways if your belt broke you may have larger problems than lacking a service manual as most engines today are interferance which means that it the valve timing is incorrect you could be tagging valves against the pistons, and if your belt broke you may have already done so-check your valves as they maybe bent and in this case you require a head job as well.

Apr 11, 2010 | 2001 Volvo S60

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The timing belt broke. I'm told the

No you could be lucky depends on RPM at time of brakage but chances are the valves are bent a good mechanic can pull the head have it reworked and reinstall it for about $600 or you can buy a chilton
manual disconnect the exaust the intake pull the head have it reworked for about $225 $45.00 new belt $60.00 for a new head gasket cost $330.00 but you have to do it your self. But You May have been lucky a long time ago a friend of mine had a timing belt break on a fiat shop told him $300 this was in 1987 I bought the car from him for $50.00 dollars $15 dollars more than the junkyard would give him I bought a timing belt for $25.00 spent 3hrs installing it, Drove the car for a year and a half till one of the rear strut mounts tore loose still a good deal but I was lucky had valves been bent i would have lost 75 dollars in87 that was 1/2 a weeks pay wish you the best of luck oh by the way most engines bend valves
when the timing belt / chain break

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Head bolt torque specs for 2000 dodge neon 2.0 SOHC

I have the specs and diagrams. If you want me to send them to you, give me your email address.

Sep 01, 2009 | 1998 Dodge Neon

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Timming belt broke at 65mph

7 year old vehicle.

If the timing belt broke it means the pistons have hit and bent the intake/exhaust valves ! You need of consider the cost of repair verses getting another vehicle.
These are the choices.
1) Rebuild the engine. Remove head, replace valves/guides gasket, intake/exhaust manifold, fuel injectors, air breather, etc etc labor $$$ !
2) Replace engine - remove old engine remove intakexhaust manifold, air conditioning, radiator, battery etc, etc labor $$$.
3) Sell the vehicle for what you can get and get another one $$$.

You will have to decide which is the cheapest in terms of money and your time.

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what was it doing when the belt broke.... most times you just have the belt replaced and everything is fine.


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2004 aveo timing belt broke, all valves bent

just go to any junk yard and find a used deawoo lanos and pull the head if timing belt was not broke, if it looks good, its a exact fit 100%, no special tools needed, just normal wrench set and torqe wrench. after head is installed, get a gates timing belt only.

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