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1996 lincoln continental

It has a 4.6 liter v8 and it jumped timing. Does this engine have interference heads? ( did it hurt the valve train?)

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Yes! It will ruin the valves and pistons if the engine jumps time

Posted on Aug 02, 2008

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Broken timing does it hit valves


A broken timing belt will allow the valves to hit the tops of the pistons if your vehicle is equipped with an "interference" cylinder head. A "non-interference" head will allow the valve train to survive a broken timing belt (or chain) incident.

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I fitted the timing belt but the warning light is still on


did the engine die before thj
which light?, there are 10 or more? lost the operators guide? its free.
did you check compression first. i would. it proves it was done right
and if interference engines I do a hand cranked leak down test
to avoid bent valves. YMMV, good luck there......

USA answer.: OBD2 systems.
first clear the DTCs
then run it. see if they return.
if do post them. DTC are errors.
no engine option stated, no series LC. either so cant say for sure.

200 series? and engines?
SO Your engines is the 4.7L and as such , you check
the belt timing 3 times then run a leak down test by hand
and roll the engine by hand first. after belt swap
with sparks out to be sure the pistons dont hit the valves.
if they do , stop.
never crank over in any interference engine blind.
the stater motor can bend valves.
if the engine ran bad, and you found the belt slipped.
the leak down test, would be next. for sure.

always ask how to service interference engines.
there are lots of precautions,.

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Needs schematics for 2.2 dodge rampage 1982 timming chain and crank shaft settingss


there isnt a schematic for valve timing. i need to know a bit more, such as is this an over head cam engine, is it a interference engine, if it is over head cam is it dual over head cams? in general if your number one cylinder is at TDC and all the valves over number one are closed than your valve train is in time. hope this helps

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I have a 200 Dodge Stratus Will it screw up my engine if i try to start it after the timing blet broke?


the 2.0 liter is an interference engine and valve damage can occur if the belt brakes.

the 2.4 liter is not an interference engine

the 2.5 liter is an interference engine and valve damage can occur if the timing belt breaks.

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Blew the timing belt, is it fixable? would it have hurt the valves?


The 1.6 liter and 1.8 liter - 4 cylinder engines in a 1994 Toyota Corolla are :

non - interference engines ( according to the Gates website , they make timing belts

etc. )


Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Interference_or_non-interference_1994_toyota_corolla#ixzz18sCsYgeh

Non -Interference means your valves would not have hit the pistons so no damage should have been done to your engine.

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1998 kia sportage. changed timing belt. now no compression.


WOW - DID THE BELT BREAK WHILE IT WAS RUNNING IF SO THE VALVES ARE BEND THATS WHY YOU HAVE NO COMPRESSION.
IF YOU HAD THE BELT REPLACED AND THEY DON'T HAVE THE TIMING MARKS RIGHT YOU CAN STILL BEND THE VALVES.
9 TIMES OUT OF 10 THE DAMAGE IS JUST TO THE VALVES AND NOT THE HEAD OR ENGINE. BUT IF YOU HAVE TO PULL THE HEAD MY ADVISE IS TO HAVE THE HEAD CHECKED FOR CNY CRACKS

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My 03 dodge neon has jumped time. What do I need


Most mechanics would pull the spark plugs and check the compression in the cylinders, but usually anyone with a trained ear can tell by the sound of the starter when cranking against the compression of each cylinder. Many of the smaller engines today have valving designed so that when they are out of time, the pistons interfere with them. That means two objects try to take up the same space at the same time and at minimum the valves bend. Worse case scenario would be upper head/camshaft damage and possible piston damage. That's pretty severe. You won't know until you get the valve cover off or maybe deeper. Hope that helps.

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