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Re: Tightning the belt, its all in the timming.

An earlier post said that the 8 and 10 valve normally aspirated engines
were non-interfering.  What about the 10 valve turbo (MC) engine?  I
would hope that it's also non-interfering, since its compression ratio
is much lower than the normally aspirated engine.

I'd appreciate your wisdom on this topic because my 10V turbo has 75K
miles on it.  The dealer has told me not to even worry about the timing
belt until 100K miles.  I'd like to believe him, but maybe he's just
forgoing the quick buck now in hopes of a big repair bill when the belt

Mike Rottenborn