Broken Timing Belt damages some Engines without Piston to Valve Interference
(RockAuto.com is a MotorWeek Sponsor) Next to some timing belt engine applications in the RockAuto.com catalog is the note "Interference Engine." This usually means the pistons will hit the valves if the timing belt breaks or slips while the engine is running. MotorWeek's Pat Goss explains that some dual overhead cam (DOHC) engines are severely damaged by a broken timing belt even if the pistons do not hit the valves.
How to Align the Camshaft if My Timing Belt Broke : Timing Belts & Other Auto Repairs
Subscribe Now: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=ehowauto Watch More: http://www.youtube.com/ehowauto Aligning the camshaft if your timing belt broke is something you need to do very specifically or you risk destroying your entire engine. Align the camshaft if your timing belt broke with help from an experienced automotive professional in this free video clip. Expert: Jon Flewellen Bio: Jon Flewellen started at age 5 by tearing apart his dad's landscaping equipment to figure out how engines worked. Filmmaker: Philip Quintas Series Description: The engine is the most important single component in your car - if you take care of it, you'll have a car that operates efficiently for years to come. Get tips on repairing timing belts and more with help from an experienced automotive professional in this free video series.
What happens when a timing belt breaks
A car comes in with a broken timing belt, well it was gone, valves struck the pistons and bent them, not good
Timing belt failure..Bad result.!
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