I have a vaxhaull vectra life petrol 2005 mdl 61,000 miles.i went to garrage yesterday to replce my timming belt and i have bought my timming kit yesterday in evens halshaw about 90+ pounds... the garrage ask me 120 pounds for the labor and after 3 hours it was done.. so i drove my car and was ok yesterday... but this morning when i started driving the car, i heared some kind of a knocking noise comming from the ingine.. so i went home ang park my car.. tommorow ill bring it back to the garage... im so worried about what might be the trouble it could cause to my car by not fixing it the right way... pls advice me what to do... thank! all the best. anthony
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Not sure if it helps you but the manufacturer suggests changing your timing belt around 60,000 miles. I did this at 80k and bought a kit which included a tensioner replacement. Labor intensive but if you don't do this you run the risk of damaging your engine to the point of having to replace it altogether.(if your timing belt should fail) When your timing belt fails your pistons can damage valves which may be left open due to the camshaft not being spun by the timing belt.Hope this helps a bit.... I now have enjoyed 122k miles of trouble free motoring in my 05 spectra..
i would take it back. they should cover it. sounds like mass air flow sensor. if it was barelly detailed it water might of seeped into the intake thus sucking small amount of water which then causes sputtering and a little lack of power.