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93 camry 3.0L V6 timing belt

I have a '93 Camry and while driving it began shaking as if I had a flat tire but only when under power. I thought maby a broken motor mount or the timing belt slipped a little (it is over due to be replaced). If it is the timing belt can I drive it to the shop without damaging the valves?

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A 6 cylinder is an interference fit engine . Chances are you bent some valves IF the belt slipped.
Mounts usually don't make a vehicle shake as you described.
I believe the milage intervalfor timing belts is every 60 thousand.
Good luck

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SOURCE: 93 camry 3.0L V6 timing belt

Hello, and welcome to FixYa. Yes, you can drive the car to the shop without fear of any internal engine damage.

Your engine is not an "interference' engine; your valves will not be damaged if the belt slips a tooth or two. In fact, any Toyota engine with a timing belt is a non-interference engine.

Thanks for choosing FixYa for assistance.

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Thanks for choosing FixYa for assistance.

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