Well not exactly. I changed the timing belt (along w/ water pump, tensioner, ect) about a month ago and just last week I was greeting with my car making a, shall I say, indescribable noise and then dieing. After pulling the timing belt cover off it became apparent that the timing roller (is that the correct name?) managed to completely come off. Me and my dad must not have torqued it correctly/installed it correctly and the belt lost tension when this happened. I was driving pretty much near idle, I was in a parking lot rounding a corner, so my question is, what are the chances that I will be lucky and not have valve damage? Has anyone who had their belt snap not have any resulting valve damage? I have a 2001.5 AWM 1.8T.