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Change my timing belt valves got bent shop said was carbon

\015 I took my 2002 mitsubishi galant to change the timing belt because the mileage was over due they said my valves were bent because of a high carbon build up is this true\015 Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 15-07-2019

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NO! dont get scammed they messed up and had the timing off and it fired your valves off at the wrong time and bent them dont take it to anyone else ...take it to the manufactures and let them know what happened and i would get in touch with the BBB.... see your timing belt turns your camshaft which turns your pistons up and down now if you timing is off your piston will go up at the wrong time and force all that combustion back at your valves which are made up of light metal and then they bend .....call the garage you went to and let them know that it was there fault and you want it fixed ......this really makes me mad being an mechanic myself. I hope this helps you a little.
Sadly some would believe it... not that the garage would screw up and not set the timing properly then start the car then try and pass off their mistake with such a lame excuse. And people wonder why I work on my own car.
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