Yes it does.
According to Gates ( they make timing belts etc. ) The SOHC engine IS AN INTERFERENCE ENGINE The DOHC engine is NOT an interference engine in the 2000 Ford Focus
The 2.4 litre DOHC engine is NOT an interference engine.
It is an interference engine
it is not an interference engine.
2.0L* DOHC (1999 & up all models) are interference engines.
No , the DOHC engine is not an interference engine ( but the SOHC is an interference engine ) in a 2002 Dodge Stratus 2.4 liter
The first generation Sportage (1994-2002) with 2 liter DOHC was not interference. A broken timing belt will generally not result in engine damage and replacing the belt (don't forget the pulleys and water pump) will get you back on the road.
Yes, the 1999 Kia Sportage with 2.0L DOHC is an "interference" engine, meaning the valves can hit the pistons if the timing belt broke.
It is interference.It is interference.
The 2.0 L - SOHC - IS AN INTERFERENCE ENGINE The 2.0 L - DOHC - IS NOT an interference engine
A Ford with a 2.0L 4 cylinder SOHC engine is NOT an interference engine
No, this is not an interference engine.
The SOHC ( IS NOT ) an interference engine ( 8 valves ) The DOHC ( IS ) an interference engine ( 16 valves ) for the 1.6 liter 4 cylinder
It IS an interference engine , according to the Gates website
yes, all the Saturn DOHC motors are interference engines.
Both the SOHC and DOHC engines have a belt that must be changed every 120,000 miles. Warning: The DOHC engine is an interference engine and as such if the belt breaks you will have severe internal engine damage.
The engine is an interference engine, if the timing belt breaks or slips it will cause damage to the valves and possibly the pistons.
From 2000 to 2004 they all had a belt that must be replaced at 120,000 miles. The DOHC engine is an interference engine. The SOHC engine is not. Starting in 2005 they have a chain.
No , it is NOT an interference engine ( according to the Gates website )
If this is a DOHC 2.0 it is an Interference engine and you may have serious engine damage. If it is a SOHC 2.0, then you are OK as it is a non-interference engine. If you have replaced the belt, you need to check for engine damage. The belt should have been replaced at 120,000 miles. I suggest a professional look at this, especially if it is the DOHC, as replacing the belt incorrectly will do more damage.
The 2 liter Dodge Avenger Engine is an interference engine.