Asked by Jan 21, 2017 at 11:24 PM about the 2002 Chrysler Voyager 4 Dr STD Passenger Van

Question type: General

I had to replace piston and piston arm and
two lower barrings on a 2002 plymouth
vorager 3.3 liter now would my timing go out
after replacing parts and if so how do i fix it

1 Answer


You must not have aligned the timing marks up when putting the timing chain back off, Have you turned this engine over already? If you have and the timing marks are not right when putting back on the timing chain, there is a very good chance the valves have gotten bent now. This is an interference engine.

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