Question about Nissan King Cab
Well the first thing is to do a compression test, too make sure that when your belt poped no valves got bent, i think you will see that theres low or no compression in some cylinder from bent valve, if so then have the head removed and repaired, if it has compression then its not the valves, i would triple check the timing marks and make sure the correct marks are being used, you may want to do this before the test, hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 02, 2010
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