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2000 VW Jetta: Timing Belt Popped & Bent Valves... Got Hope???

Timing belt popped in the middle of the highway at 121,000 miles. We had a new timing belt, serpentine belt, and water pump put in, before we learned that at least 2, may be 4 valves were bent (VW are very tightly tuned and depend on precision timing. When the timing belt breaks some valves may open into the combustion chamber at the wrong time, and they get crushed by the upward thrusting piston). See http://www.alldatadiy.com/techtips/Volkswagen/20050926b.html We'd either have to redo the head, valves, and pistons, or replace the whole motor... or just get a new car. The fix could easily cost another $1000 - $2000, in addition to what we just paid, without any guarantees.


 


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