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Old 09-28-2014, 10:56 AM   #1 (permalink)
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bolt came out of dust cover and broke the intake cam gear susuki wants 328 bucks for a new one anybody know where to get one cheaper?
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Old 09-28-2014, 06:20 PM   #2 (permalink)
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try a wrecker, or do a search online.
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If your cam gear broke, I'd assume your timing belt got messed up too along with your valves and bunch of other stuff...

I may have a spare one I could sell to you - have to check my parts and see if it was an intake or exhaust gear. Let me know if interested.
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Thanks i found one online we shall see what happens,my brother and i are doing the labor..fingers crossed
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waiting on a new one to get hear any advise on lining everything back up and starting over or is engine and heads a loss?
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I'd be pulling the head (s) and be prepared to find bent valves and busted valve seats, and possibly a couple of smashed pistons. When a belt goes on an OHC engine, its usually a very expensive repair, unless its a non-interference engine, and there aren't many of those about. I'd be doing this before I ordered any parts. I certainly wouldn't be even turning it over until I had the heads off, and when you do put it back together, set crank TDC, then make sure cams are in the correct TDC position before reinstalling otherwise you will bend your nice new valves.

This is assuming the engine is salvageable
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Thanks for the info ); 2013 GV at least i have a second car to drive,that is the only up side of this situation and yes of course we tried turning it over unaware of the damage it would cause...wow I really like this car too,I need the exhaust timing gear unaware of what i was doing at the time i ordered the intake gear(40 buks) not bad,my brother is the home mechanic and is optimistic but from what you guys are talking about i do not have a non interference engine
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looking for the exhaust timing gear if you might have one,Thanks
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looking for the exhaust timing gear if you might have one,Thanks
I have one... sent you a PM.
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I ordered one from cali should be here tues..Thanks much
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