yes it is possible to do no damage but highly unlikly. There are a few people on this board that has had luck with not bending anything. I think they were under low RPMs though. If it does do any damage (most common) Look to buy new valves. Also it is possible to damage the pistons. It has happened. Did you break a belt?? If you did good luck. I know you will find all your answers on this site! I do
Well, its not good. If i were you, i wouldnt take any chances. If its been a while since you have done a full timing belt job (belts, pulleys, tensioners, etc) I would go ahead and do that. If you have recently done it, just replace the timing belt.
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