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Old 05-06-2019, 07:28 PM   #1
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hi guys need to know what damage i could have done to my car engine turns over very fast so think cambelt gone what damage could i have done
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Depends when it's gone at what speed but more than likely valve damage, pistons damage from hitting valves.
Could re belt and re time and pray for the sake of a belt cost.
After that head off and inspect
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hi guys need to know what damage i could have done to my car engine turns over very fast so think cambelt gone what damage could i have done
I would start by by removing the cam belt cover to find out 100% if the cam belt has gone, turning the motor over with a snapped belt is only going to compound the problem and as its an interference motor its bound to have at minimum hit a valve or three and bent them.
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