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Old 10-07-2002, 09:22 PM   #1
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Default Timing belt jump a tooth or two

so i was driving along and blamo my 91 si aint going no more... i guess the tensioner broke or cam loose and the belt jumped a tooth or two not sure yet just towed it home and went inside...

my question is do you think i bent some valves or can i just put it back and on the correct tooth and will be good to go? Click the image to open in full size. thanks


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Default Re: Timing belt jump a tooth or two (cl4show)

I dont thin you should worry about bent valves at all ..Just worry about getting a new belt and tensinor and best of luck
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Default Re: Timing belt jump a tooth or two (Devin17)

i dont know if it was the tensioner, i think frozen or broken water pump makes more sence.

i just want to register this car i have a b16 just waiting to go in i feel like im just wasting money on the stock motor
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ok fixed the prod it was the distributor belt did not jump Click the image to open in full size. thanks though
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