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My timing chain broke on my toyota 22re engine did i bend any valves and how do i check? it was idling at the time and it just died i diudnt hear any weird sounds it just died

I think i hear that some motors are no contact and how do i tell if mines that way

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Don't concern yourself with thinking you may have a bent valve or any other destruction inside. Just replace the timing chain and go on with your life. I've been thru timing chains also, nothing else ever happened. And I know these 22re's inside out, for the past 20 years or better. You just can't destroy them. One I just took of the road for frame repair has over 500,000 miles on it. Replace front main seal and sleeve twice. Anyway, if you've never replaced a 22r chain, get a Hanes manual at any Pep Boys auto parts outlet to find out how to do it. Just be sure to follow the instructions explicitly. You don't want the timing off evn a single tooth.

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