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Would the engine on a 2001 Toyota Camry 4 cylinder be damaged if the timing belt breaks before it is replaced?

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2005-12-15 04:04:44
2005-12-15 04:04:44

no. it happens all the time. you just reset the timing, install a new belt and youre done.

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