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 , 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+.