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Non-inteference Engine


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A lot of controversy and conflicting information out there on that subject. I think the best information comes from a member who stated that he broke a timing belt due to a frozen water pump as I recall and he stated that his engine suffered no damage as a result.

Curt O

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I be a member who had pump seize up. Your engine is definitely non-interference. (I checked when mine was apart - 92ls). Inlet pipe must be removed and 0-ring replaced. (Quite easy really just be sure to lube o-ring with antifreeze or suitable alternative when installing)

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