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I had lost your asnwer ,I had a broken timimg belt and damaged valves on a mitsubishi express 2002 model petrol carb.2.0L engine 4G63,now I have new timing belts and repaired cylinder head what I do

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Take it to a motor mechanic if you have no practical skills as just a small mistake will result in major damage on start up

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