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If your timing belt broke, you more than likely have your valves bent. Do a compression test.
 

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If your timing belt broke, you should not be trying to start your engine. You need to pull your head. Check your cams, valves, valve seats & piston tops. And while you're in there might as well replace all the valves. They are cheap.

Or if you can't afford the down time, if it's a daily driver, source a replacement head.

Like JJ said, our engines are interference type. If you break a belt, the valves WILL crash into the pistons guaranteed.
 
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