Question about 2002 Chrysler Sebring
Had it towed to garage they said needed replacement
This is a bit of work. I done plenty of head work. Rarely are the cams worn enough to replace. I would bet they are throwing them in for more money. If the cams are worn you either have really high miles or there wasn't enough oil to keep them lubed. That is another problem in it's self. I think I would get a second opinion. Sounds to me the timing belt broke. And on some of the Chrysler engines, this trashes them. Interference engines.
Posted on May 17, 2016
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