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hello to all
my stepsons 07 tucson 2.7 broke the timing belt while on highway driving
so i'm pretty sure bent valve. i was thinking of just trowing a new belt on then try to started to see if he got lucky but he told me when it shut off he crank it a few times so what are the chances here of no bent valves.??
also can somebody please point me in the right direction for head bolt tighten sequence along with torque specs for this engine. thanks
 

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when timing belt breaks, the valve springs can push the camshaft to the release position, which all valves are closed. So there is a chance that there's no bent valve. It's worth to replace the timing belt and tensioner and see what happens

But that's a v6 engine I tend not do that
 

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when timing belt breaks, the valve springs can push the camshaft to the release position, which all valves are closed. So there's a relatively high chance that there's no bent valve. It's worth to replace the timing belt and tensioner and see what happens
So useful to know. Thank you.
 
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