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Camshaft broken twice.

While idling camshaft snap in middle. 2nd time happening. some suggesta ceased valve , other sugest top to be scimmed. help. Daewoo Cielo 1.5(1996).
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You can check the oil line may be block clean it or may be head itself is bend check the straightness of it

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