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2002 BMW 316ti timing issues

Discussion in 'General Automotive' started by TacoIII, Jul 19, 2013.

  1. Jul 19, 2013 at 3:08 AM

    TacoIII [OP] Mr. Boombastic

    May 4, 2010
    First Name:
    Boone, NC
    10 Taco 4x4 off road package
    3" OME 886 coils, ARB bumper warn M8000, Lightforce 240's and 255/85 16 KM2, Redline hood struts,arb twin air compressor, 4.88's, Tepui kukenam, Pelfreybilt bed rack and rear high clearance with swing out, and custom offroad bodywork
    Ok guys I am stationed here in Europe with 6 months left. My car is in a bad place and according to the mechanics it will cost estimated 4000 USD to fix. Thats what I was going to sell it for. I want to try to fix the car myself but need some advice on if its worth it or not to even try or just cut the car as a loss. The cam timing is off and the valves are hitting the piston. Is there a simple fix like say new timing chain or cam adjustment? The car has little power but is still driveable but I dont want to damage it any more than it already is. When I let off the accelerator there is a ticking noise from the valves. Any help will be appreciated!!
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