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Old 11th March 2008, 23:02   #16
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The crank shaft has broken at the point where the timing pulley is attached. This could mean wrecked pistons and valvetrain. Why did the service guy change the piston rings? This cannot be due to oil starvation, but could be a manufacturing defect. How did you manage to drive one kilometer whis a broken timing pulley?!
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