Of course with my luck this is a interference engine. This the non turbo model. What are my chances that the valves did not get damaged. Would it be cost and time effective to put a new tensioner and belt on it and attempt starting it. I am not concerned about the time involved really just the twenty hours of a head removal and expense of the machine shop restoring it. I can’t believe this happened before it was due to be changed. Is there any recourse I could follow up with the dealer that you know about? Yes I am hoping you have different answers than what I truly already probably know the answers to. Well people play the lottery, I figured maybe with your experience and knowledge you might be able to help. (Come on pick three.)
have the same problem?
Monday, April 2nd, 2012 AT 1:03 AM