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2001 chrysler neon, 3 valves bent, how much appproximatly to repair

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Timing belt broke on 2001 pt cruiser non interferance engine. belt was replaced car wont crank.how do you set timing? could valves be bent?

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Hello there:
if you were to take it to a shop it will cost you about $600 plus i would suggest that you do both sides at the same time if you were to do it you're self the the cost would be much less but you would still need to take the heads in to have them machined and have new valve guides put in hope thgis helps you out sincerely D.Jones

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If it made it to any valve, it may have bent the valve shaft but it is more likely that a rod bearing is announcing its retirement.
A bent valve shaft would put that cylinder out of business and you would have a pronounced miss.

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