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Question about 1999 S-10 Pickup

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timing chain, its good. Piston goes up and down but no compression. Not enough play in the timing chain to jump. Any ideas? You could have a burnt valve if there is no compression in just one cylinder

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Question about 1999 S-10 Pickup

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car before it jumped the timing chain. make sure you have proper sealing washers under injectors,and you have only one washer in place ,ihave seen it happen before 2 washers will cause a loud knock if

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...happens when a time chan goes most common thing we used to see on the older 22R engines was the timing chain guides would brake and allow the timing chain to rub on the inside of the timing cover and ...

...the no-start, no-compression issue you state.  You will need to repair the timing chain/gears/tensioner and have the head removed and repaired in order to get the car back to operating

...timing chain is re-installed, even without tools you should be looking for a chain that is obviously taught.  Not piano wire taught as this will lead to early failure but certainly one without ...

...timing chain and a balance shaft chain also. My 2003 Cavalier jumped time about 2 months ago and that is what it had in it. 2.2l Ecotech has a timing chain, not a belt. The chain by design was ...

...happens when ur car jumps timing and what causes it? A car with a timing belt will jump time for several reasons, the belt dries out and the teeth strip off the belt, the tensioner or guide wear and ...

...car off and no head damage occurred. Replacement of the timing chain/gears/tensioner fixed it and then 60000 miles later, on the Interstate, it happened again. This time it took the head with it. ...

...happens, and when it does, it usually bends valves in the head since it is an interference engine. GM knows about this and has done nothing to correct it. You need to do a compression test to confirm ...

...the case with timing chains. No other real sign on when to change them other than when the fail and when that happens you jump from replacing the belt/chain to replacing the engine. Good ...

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