my timing belt broke while I was driving on my 2006 dodge magnum 3.5 engine does that mean my valves bent
no..only way to know is put a new belt on and turn by hand/check/binding/lockup/compression..
How would I know of its an non inference engine
I'm having the same problem with my 3.5L magnum aswell. Shop is saying I need a whole new engine but don't know if I got a new timing belt if it would fix the problem. The shop my car is at says they don't won't to tear down the engine to see if there is eternal problems because it would be "too much work" Did you ever fix your car? If so what did you have to get done to get it back on the road? Thanks
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