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Date: Wed, 29 Mar 2000 23:35:30 GMT
From: "Dan Matz" <>
Subject: Re: Timing Chain

the 240 engine is a non-interference engine, meaning that there are no interfering movements. I'm not sure about the engine in the 94 9000CS. If it is an interference engine, then all of what you say could be true. Ben coxinga wrote in message <8btq12$ns4$>... >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. > >Can I say the same for my 94 SAAB 9000CS timing chain? > > >coxinga >-- >Coxinga/ The 17th century warlord, son of a pirate, who was bestowed >the last name of Ming emperors. He defeated the Dutch to capture >Formosa. A rare victory in the struggle against colonialism by the >East. It spelled the beginning of the end for the Dutch East India Co. > > >Sent via >Before you buy.

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