Thread: 5VZFE question
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Old 11-20-2013, 06:57 PM
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Originally Posted by powderpig View Post
All the shop needs to do is remove the plastic covers to see if the cam's are timed right. Should not be a real big thing. If the cams are not timed right, they would of found the problem. Wonder why they made the choice to check compression? seems like a waste of time, unless they already pulled the plastic covers to inspect the cam timing.
Yeah, not sure why they checked the compression either, which made me suspicious. I told him to call back and confirm they checked the timing belt. I also said it might be worth taking it to another shop. (He's in Michigan).

Would the timing belt failing or slipping cause a compression issue?

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