I just replaced my timing belt last week at the dealership's recommendation. This weekend, on our way from Va to FL, the timing belt "jumped". I am wondering if anyone has a guess about damage to the car. Car wouldn't start, and had to be towed to the nearest dealership.
Timing belt jumped- damage? on 2005 Volvo XC70
by jesscolavt in Faber, VA on July 05, 2011
ANSWER by dandd on July 05, 2011
There could be some bent valves, if the belt jumped too far. This will mean removal of the cylinder head. It could get very expensive, like $2500+.