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Timing problem we think?


Mark the timing belt as well with the marks on the crank and cam.
to make sure it is not slipping and staying in place during the install.
I hope your valves are not bent. If they are not and you checked the above and still the same, then and only then I would put the belt back the way it was with that tooth off.

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Remove the t belt and reinstall it. Sounds like you were a half a tooth of on the cams wich would put you a tooth off on the crank. A lack of power makes sense with bad cam timing a s could,very well throw a miss. The misfire did not cause timing to jump

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Did you put the belt right ,how long was down ,battery need charge .

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You have your timing belt out of time you need to recheck your marks and if your belt is 4 years old or more replace it with a new belt idler and tensioner pulleys

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Take all the slack out of the long side of the belt and I like to use a pry bar to push against the tensioner and it'll take the rest of the slack out. Rotate the engine by hand twice forward and once backwards and double check to make sure your timing marks are still lined up. If so, you're good. If not loosen the belt again, but this time move the cam sprocket 1 tooth advance and do the same thing over again. This should be right on the money after you rotate the engine twice forward and once in backwards.

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they should be marks on the cam gears take the #1 plug out take a long screwdriver put in cyld. hole have someone turn crank with wrench till it gets dead top and check the mark on crank then put belt back on start befor u put back to gether should start

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it sounds like who-ever put it back together again never tensioned your alternator belt properly and thus when its cold you hear squealing. The hum could be the belt rubbing off of the timing belt cover if that was also put on incorrectly i would think.
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