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I have a `994 chevy 2.2l engin. the timing chain broke. put new chain on lined marks up. eng. is missing on 3and 4 cylinder

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Have you checked compression in those cylinders? I would bet they are low and the probably cause is bent valves from the broken timing chain.

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