It's possible, but you won't know until you put a replacement belt on and check the compression. If any of the valves have come in contact with a piston, that cylinder will not have compression. if this is a dual overhead cam, dont waste your time installing the new timing belt. remove a valve cover and check to see if your valve train is loose. if it is, you will need to have the heads rebuilt or replaced... there is "0" clearence for your intake valves... if the engine continued to turn after the belt broke, all the intake valves will be bent ( i already went through this on my 95... yeah it pissed me off too)
The 4.0 litre V6 engine in a 2006 Nissan Pathfinder has a timing CHAIN
Not sure what engine you have. My pathfinder has the 3.5L engine and it has a timing chain. I've heard that the timing chain doesn't need to be replaced until the engine wears out and requires a complete rebuild.
Only if the valves come in contact with the pistons,I would replace the belt and check the compression in the cylinders,The engine will miss if there is a bent valve.I have had to replace the timing belt on my wifes car a couple of times with no engine damage after it broke.
Well I really have no idea what a ldv is, but if your timing belt breaks and your engine is an interference engine there will be damage. If it is not an interference engine there will be no damage.
yes it does unless its a electric engine i think
The 2001 Nissan Pathfinder has a 3.5 liter engine with a timing chain rather than a belt. http://www.samarins.com/reviews/pathfinder.html
Yes, but bear in mind this is known as an interference engine. There is almost a 100 percent chance the the valves will be bent & possibly further engine damage.
It is a timing chain, and no, you can replace it in the car.
No, this engine has a timing belt.
Gates ( they make timing belts etc. ) lists a 3.3 L - V6 engine for the 2000 Nissan Pathfinder and it shows as an interference engine
Timing chains are designed to last the life of the engine. So, replace the timing chain when the engine needs rebuilding.
Timing chains are designed to last the life of the engine. Replace it when the engine needs rebuilding.
timing belt may have snapped
That engine has a timing chain.
hyow much play on the belt do you have. and also if there is any cracking of the belt replace now.
The 3.3L engine has a timing chain....not a timing belt.... The 3.0L engine has a timing belt......
This engine is chain driven and has no timing belt.
If it had a timing belt, you would replace it at 90,000 miles. But this engine has a timing chain and does not have a belt.
If it is an interference engine valves can bend when hit by the pistons.
Timing chains will normally last the life of the engine. You replace it when the engine is overhauled or if it becomes noisy.
The timing chain needs no maintenance. It is designed to last the life of the engine and is replace when the engine is rebuilt.
Timing chains normally last the life of the engine and are replaced when the engine is overhauled.
2004 Nissan sentra with a 1.8L engine has a timing chain and you do not replace it.
The 2003 fx has the same engine as Nissan pathfinder the 3.5 v6 therefore theres no bełt on those engine only a chain. So u font have to sorry about replaicing the bełt anytime soon.;)