Question about 1987 Dodge Raider
We just discovered that the timing belt broke on our Raider. My main question is if there is a way to tell if this engine is an "interference" engine before we begin the repair process. Any ideas?
The 89 Dodge Raider is a NON inteference motor it is a Early 6g72 12v and not the same as a mitsubishi diamante engine which is a inteference.
Posted on Feb 05, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1989 Dodge Raider 3.0 L V6 EFI
Replace the belt and take a compression test, unless you want to pull the valve covers and ck for bent valves. The dealer may be able to tell you more . At this point it makes no difference. If it's O interference you lucked out. If not, you hsve to fix it anyway. If it's a belt it more than likely o interference. Belt breakage is anticipated in design.
Posted on Jun 03, 2009
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