Will your engine on a 1997 Avalon be damaged if the timing belt breaks before you replace it?
no, the valves are far enough away from the pistons for this not to be a problem You will be dead in the water where it breaks and need a tow. As a 'repair', expect to pay somewhat more for replacement than were you to schedule this item as a 'scheduled maintenance procedure'.
When the tooth pulp (the living part of the tooth) becomes infected, it can cause the loss of the tooth. In a root canal, the damaged pulp is removed and replaced with a type of rubbery filling. With this done, the tooth can no longer replace calcium in the enamel, so in many cases a crown (cap) is required before the tooth wears down or breaks.
Your car sqeals when you start it and when you when you go to drive it it still does it what does that mean?
sounds like a vacuum leak check your vacuum lines for breaks or excessive wear and replace sounds like a vacuum leak check your vacuum lines for breaks or excessive wear and replace sounds like a vacuum leak check your vacuum lines for breaks or excessive wear and replace sounds like a vacuum leak check your vacuum lines for breaks or excessive wear and replace sounds like a vacuum leak check your vacuum lines for breaks…
If you know the history of the vehicle, meaning if you you have had it since it drove off the dealers lot, replacing it every 60 to 70 thousand miles is safe estimate. If you bought it used and the odometer reads 100K or higher, I would replace it just to be safe. Hf and Si models have engines that can be damaged severely if timing belt breaks - especially at highway speeds.
On the Stratus V6 which is an interference engine it will damage the engine if it breaks. On the 4 cylinder which is not an interference engine, no engine damage will be done. However it would stop the engine from running. And, if this happened at a bad time, and you got in a wreck, it could not only damage the engine, it could damage the whole car and you. The belt can break with…
remove caliper bolts, use pry bar and force caliper off the mount, I would recomend that you replace the caliper because it is siezed from heat, and the rotor is most likely damaged as well, replace it also, reasemble with new pads and regreese the wheel berings, this most likely is the front driver side wheel right? replace the other side aswell or the breaks will not stop evenly jmh