would like to know if the 2.2 L motor in my Celica Gt is an interference fit motor or not?

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Asked by Sep 23, 2014 at 11:06 AM about the 1992 Toyota Celica GT Coupe

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

apparently the timing belt has broken. was wondering if the pistons slammed against the
valves or not. if not a timing belt will fix it. if so then a salvage motor would be a better
repair.

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The 2.2 in 1992 that was in Celica and Camry is non-interference. New belt, tensioner and time it you should be good to go

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Thank you. That is good news.

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I have a 1998 Celica, is the engine a non-interference engine or not the Cambelt ids due to be changed was done nearly 100,000 ks ago when I first purchased it, I have also been given 3 quotes to change the cambelt or timing belt. at $800.00 and seals, $300.00 with seals and $1,200 and seals How much does it cost on average?

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