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NEED PARTS LIST FOR UST 1106C AIR COMPRESSOR


quisiera saber como puedo conseguir para mi compressor de aire model 1106c 2 hp 4.6 gallon ( LA VALVULA UNILATERALISM QUE ES DE LA LISTA DE PIEZAS LA # 50 .

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Timing chain broke does piston hit valves


Usually when the chain or timing belt broke, There is always damage to the valves and you don't wanna take the risk of not checking the valves. Good luck

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Will the valves will connect with the piston if the timing belt broke?


I'm assuming you meant if the timing belt broke would the pistons hit your valves? 2 parts to this, #1 if your belt just broke you should be fine, #2 if your belt skipped time significantly (highly improbable) only then would your internal components have a chance of hitting each other from components trying to open and close at improper times. This could damage both intake/exhaust valves, other valve train components and even damage the head of your pistons.

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Timing belt not broke, but engine has no compression on a 1997 chrysler sebring.


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which mean valve to piston hit.

But replace the timing belt.
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Let me know.....

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Help it's cold here in Ohio


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