Date: Thu, 30 Mar 2000 17:28:07 GMT
From: sumisranopsameja.com
Subject: Re: Timing Chain


In article <8btq12$ns4$1nopsam1.deja.com>, coxinga <coxinganopsameja.com> wrote: > A few years ago my Volvo 240 wagon snapped its timing belt on the > Pennsylvania Turnpike on an uphill incline doing 65. Despite being > holed up in the local motel for one night because the garage needed a > day to get a $20 timing belt to fix it in the middle of nowhere, > nothing else was wrong. There were no bent valves, cracked head, > punctured pistons, crooked crankshaft. Nothing. Don't know much about the Saab's engine durability but I had the same experience with my 240 wagon some years ago. $60 fixed it. I thought I'd just lucked out. Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/ Before you buy.

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