89 honda prelude timing belt brokewhat to do?

my timing belt broke when i was going 40 miles per hour now how do i know if the motor is no good? should i risk putting in a timing belt to try it out? and what or were are the timing marks for my honda prelude 1989 2.0 si automatic please help i am not sure what i should do if i should just get a moto or fix the one i have and i dont know what i need to do please give me instructions asap

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I believe you now own a paperweight. Honda uses what is called an interference engine it basically self destructs if the timing belt breaks. Always change the timing belt according to Honda's reccomendation.

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Your valves are now toast, and your pistons are probably cracked...but on the bright side...the price of scrap metal is pretty high right now.

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