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I broke the timeing belt the distributer is jamed shop says i need a new motor whats the chance?

What else whould be damsged?

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Well you should look up to see if the engine is an interference engine meaning that the piston can't be at the top of the cylinder and the valves open at the same time or else they hit and if that is the case you might as well get a new motor or you have to take off the heads probably have the heads redone and then any damage to the Pistons be replaced so you will be rebuilding that motor anyways so either rebuild or new they do make some good rebuild out there that would save you some money and then just put all the components all the extras from your motor onto the rebuilt same would be done with a new motor

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    Sean Wright Jun 11, 2014

    We do interference motors all the time...and most times is just replace head, not nearly as expensive as a full engine replacement

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I'd say find a better shop

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