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Old 24 May 2010, 06:46 pm
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Default How much does it cost to fix my 94 prelude si if the timing went out?

The timing went out
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Old 24 May 2010, 07:01 pm
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@ $2500 dollars depending on how damaged the engine is.































Does this help any?
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Old 24 May 2010, 07:16 pm
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what do u mean the tining went out? If the valves need to be adjusted its about 100 bucks. if the tining belt broke, youre better off scraping the car..
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