Question about 1996 Ford Contour
Not at all. Your serpentine belt is in the same area as the timing belt, however is NOT related to the function of your timing belt.
If you have a 4 cylinder 2.0, then you have little to worry. Most of the contour 4 cylinder engines are supposed to be "non-interference"... which basically means that if the timing belt breaks, then there is not much risk of your contour's engine to have internal damage!
So... Replace the timing belt, and you should be back on the road within 1 day.
Posted on Feb 03, 2010
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