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Replaced timing belt lined up all markes as book says but still won't fire it is a 2.5 1998 could you give me some ideas

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Make sure you dont have anything backwards as far as the plug wires you may have them in the right order but they could be backwards

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Fidle around with distributer or bring to local garage or to a place that imports *** cars and let them have a look

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You think you didn't move anything...chances are something moved. Don't run the engine. Get a chilton or haynes manual and find the proper index locations for the pulleys and re-set the cam timing.
Since the engine still runs, you may be able to find the index marks because you have to be fairly close in order for it to run. Even a 1/16" variation will throw off the phasing between the cam and crank enough to make it run poorly. On most injected engines it will also change when the injectors fire as well. On many engines, being off can cause the valves to strike the pistons, then you'd need to replace the valves....that's why I mentioned not running it...no idea how close you are to doing that.
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Are you sure the new belt didn't jump time? How was the belt tensioner when you replaced yhe belt? Did your water pump leak onto or into your crank sensor?Are you sure you have proper fuel pressure?When you replaced the timing belt, did you make sure to find top dead center on cylinder 1 ? Just lining up the timing marks may not have worked if this is indeed what you did.If you had the crankshaft rotated 180 degrees, your motor would be trying to fire on the exhaust stroke, instead of the compression stroke. To find T.D.C. disconnect your battery,rotate your crankshaft until the piston that is marked #1 in your firing order is at the top of its stroke, this can be accomplished by carefully inserting a wooden or plastic dowel into the sparkplug hole of cylinder#1. The dowel will rise with the piston and at the point where it starts to fall will be T.D.C. Now your timing marks should line up,and you will then be on the compression stroke. good luck! hope this helps

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It almost sounds to me like you're out half a turn on your cam. Set your crank to "0", and the mark on your cam should be straight up, or, valves closed. Take the rocker cover off if your not sure, and make sure the valves are both closed on #1 cyllynder. (up all the way). Put your belt on, without moving the crank or cam. Paint the belt at the mark with some white out, or paint. Turn the engine over with a wrench. Two revolutions. If the white mark you made doesn't exactly line up with the timing mark, you're still out. Even one tooth will screw you up.

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I replaced mine on the same car.  I borrowed the NAPA timing belt book to get the timing marks.  There are three that need to be aligned.  I would suggest going to NAPA to buy the belt ($25) and while there, ask to see that book so you can write down the timing marks.  The mark on the crank shaft gear is on the inside of the gear, while the cam gear is on the outside of the gear.  Or, you could just buy the book.  It's still a lot cheaper than paying someone to replace the belt.

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