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My car stopped while driving and i discovered that the power steering pump belt is broken and whirled around the pully until it entered under the timing chain. what are the implication

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The power-steering pump belt is just a piece of rubber and cotton.
Implications: No need to worry that much.
If you do not see any visible damage to the pulley or any other parts within the area, just replace the power-steering pump belt and go about your usual business.

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