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Won,t start no ignition spark

The timing belt was replaced and tha car was running good until one day
i was driving it and shut off i replaced the crankshaft sensor, the main computer and the car won't start, i dont know if can be the camshaft sensor or anything else i dont want to spend more money buying parts
before to make sure what it is, if anybody can help ill be apreciate.

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Check all fuses and then fuel pressure, if all is good.
Then I would check to see if the tech moves when u try to start the engine.
If it does, then recheck crank sensor, might be defective.

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Posted on Jan 19, 2009

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Call a mobile mechanic,and get it diagnosed properly first as it will save you money in the end.

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