Goggle your engine, make etc. with the word interferance and I found the sight for it.
yes it is a free-wheeling engine.
On a Neon engine if the timing belt breaks the valves can bend.
Yep non interference. I know cause I am majic and I just know my stuff
YES - according to Gates ( they manufacture timing belts etc. ) the 2.3 L four cylinder engine used in the 1997 Ford Ranger IS A NON INTERFERANCE ENGINE
the 2.4 l motor is an interference motor
I read that the 96 cavalier is a non interference engine. Best bet is to call a Chevy dealer or autozone might know. Toyota corollas are non interferance engines. Fords with a sohc 2.0 engine are non interferance. Hondas are interference so are Mitsubishi engines, I learned this the hard way.
Its a non interferance engine and they rarely need to be changed
It is interference. It can bend valves.
No , it's an interference engine according to the Gates website
On a 1995 Mercury Tracer : According to the Gates website ( they make timing belts etcetera ) ( both the 1.8 and 1.9 liter four cylinder engines are NON INTERFERENCE )
yes, all 8v are free running. (SOHC)
The Volvo 850 does not have a non-interference engine. This means that if the timing belt breaks, then serious internal engine damage will inevitably occur.
My experience tells me it is a non interference engine and it is unlikely to have damage.
Does it require replacing tensioner pully when replacing waterpump and timing belt on 2003 passat 2.8
No a rotary engine, no pistons.
No it is not an interference engine.
The common V8 and in line 6 engines from Ford built at this time were non-interferance engines. Replace the Timing Chain when it skips a tooth and the engine won't run anymore.
Call your local Nissan dealer Service Dept. and ask them if your engine is non-interferance or interferance. If it is interferance, broken timing belt could mess up your valves, pistons and related parts. Best thing to do is replace your timinng belt before it snaps.
Yes , the 2.2 L - 4 cylinder engine in a 1991 Honda Accord is an interferance engine ( according to www . gates . com - no spaces - they manufacture timing belts etc. )
NO. Gates belts has a list. This engine is not interference.
no it does not, it might have an interferance fit engine though. some do and some dont. what this actually means is that if the timing belt breaks, or is not installed correctly, when the pistons are coming up, and the valves are down they are going to interfere with each other, causing major eng damage. if it is a non-interferance eng, then the pistons will not interfere with valve travel.
No , according to the Gates website ( they make timing belts etcetera ) the 2.0 liter four cylinder engine in a 1997 Ford Probe ( IS AN INTERFERENCE ENGINE )