I would like to know how to tell if the timing chain is broke and there is a bent something with it. We were driving and it had kept bogging down and popping and when we turned the corner it made a pop and died and so we towed it home and it hasn't started. Different mechanics put new coil packs plugs wires checked catalyct convertor, new ignition module fuel filter, starter. And one person said it was getting spark then a shop said there is no compression. Is it normal for a timing belt to break?We always maintain our truck, but we did take it to meineke to get our fuel injector throttle body cleaned, and after we left is whenit started cutting out.I just want to know what to do to make sure my motor isn't shot.
have the same problem?
Thursday, June 24th, 2010 AT 7:48 PM