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Timing belt I have a 1992 camry, the head, radiator, thermostat and water pump was replaced, the car turns over like it wants to start but will not start what is wrong?

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Thank you for allowing me to provide assistance.

My advice would be to have the timing belt checked for proper installation. The way that you are describing you condition seems like a timing belt that is "off" a couple of teeth, or the distributor is not adjusted to the proper position. I hope that this helps eliminate your condition.

Posted on Oct 04, 2008

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A faulty temp sender in the block may also cause overheating, but only because it does not start the radiator fans when it should. You would notice if they were not running when the engine got really hot.

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3. Replace water pump; the water pump may have stopped working (mechanical), which in turn caused the pressure to build an blow the head gasket (the cause of the pump would be a bad thermostat. If the truck was overheating, then the thermostat was bad to begin with, then the pump, then the head gasket, so then the only place left for the water to go is out the exhaust.

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well is the thremostat is stuck yes it will cause problems if its stuck closed you will overheat and not have heat inside, and if its open you will never warm up, and if the thing is closed it will also take out a water pump after a bit of time. I would change it...
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