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Timing of the engine

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my 1998 honda crv won't start, engine running freely with no compression, i replaced timing belt and it would not start.. i would like to know how i can slove this problem;;;;

thanks .kathy

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Hi did your timming belt break and you had to change it or was the car running ok and you dicided it needed replacing and what makes you think there is no compression drop me a line and lets see if i can help yates210456

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