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Had the same problem, found timing belt broke and valves ran through pistons.

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CHANGE TIMING BELT AT 60,000 KM

Posted on Jul 20, 2009

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Your timing belt broke. Normally it won't start after breaking, but it could have jumped a gear and when it did start it ran very poorly. Finally it broke completely. Timing belts are only good for 60-80,000 miles, most never change it till it breaks. Unfortunately many engines are ruined when the timing belt breaks due to no clearance between the valves and pistons. Your car, depending on which engine, is safe. It has clearance built in . While you replace the timing belt, I would reccommend replacing the timing gears too, and if you have high mileage, replace the water pump, because it is behind the belt.

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I have a 2003 kia spectra 2.8 and the timing belt broke would the pistons have hit the valves


No they don't . Mine broke on my 2001 sportage and didn't do any damage. This is due to the fact that the engine is called a "non-interference" motor. At no time can the valve hit a piston (in theory) because the valve travel is not enough to ever hit the piston. :) Hope this helps, James Booth

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Timing belt broke on 2005 Kia Optiima. Is the engine wrecked? worth it to replace engine?


that is an interference engine, so if it was running when it broke, chances are very good that the valves are bent, at least-in worst case situations, pistons can be damaged too, but I would have the head removed and have the valves redone-while off, the top of the engine can be checked out. Timing bests are supposed to be replaced every 60,000 miles.

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I have a 2001 Kia sportage, the dealer said it was a late model so he said it is a 2002. The timing belt broke and I can not get it to run smooth again.It will start but has no compression.


2.0 is a non clearance motor. When the timing belt slips the piston comes up and hits the valves and bends them. Unfortunately due to the belt teeth stripped out and the crankshaft continuing to turn when the cam did not turn left the valves open and the piston bent the valves. You will have to remove the cylinder head and check the cylinder head if it needs surfaced and do a valve job on the head and replace any valves that are bent. Make sure the piston is not damaged (hole punched in it from the valve)

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Timing Belt Broke approaching stop sign. Would not start could not dianose but mechanic dianosed 2006 KIA Rio @ 90,000 miles.Towed home and plan to do myself. Any particular problems to look forward to . ...


the timing belt is not something easy to do if its your first time because If the timing belt broke that means the Valves are bent by the pistons going up and you will need to check the Valves on the head before you put in any new belt, If not then that car will never run. And I think you will need some help with that kind of job and right tools. Good luck bro

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Timing belt broke are the valves bent? driving it at the time it broke


Yes this is and interference engine and will be damaged if you were driving when the belt broke more than likely.

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Kia rio 2003 timing belt snapped i want to replace it. can I do it or take it in?


take it in its alot of pissing around about the timing belt i wouldent recomend to do it yourself

Jan 26, 2010 | 2003 Kia Rio

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Timing belt broke at stop sign & car stopped.


First off, I hope that the timing belt is your only problem.  If it is, the timing belt will run about $62.  Labor will very from shop to shop.  If you call a local auto parts store they will be able to help you find a cheap repair dealer.  You can almost figure that labor will be about $80-100+ per hour.  I would also image that there will be a 2 hour minimum or something. 
The reason I said I hope that it is just your timing belt is that you have an interference engine.  This means that if your timing belt was to break, your piston would "interfere" with your valves inside your engine.  This could possibly cause you to need to purchase all new pistons, valves, pushrods, rocker arms, etc...Only a mechanic will be able to tell you what all you will need.
I'm sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but I wish you the best of luck and hope you will be able to get back on the road soon and back on your feet.  God Bless.
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sounds like a bent push rod or bad starter

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