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Fuel injector/timingbelt I was told that my fuel injectors where damaged because the timingbelt was not properly. My question is, what has the working of the fuel injector got to do with timingbelt. 2000 mitshi spacewagon

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  • podiaka30444 Nov 28, 2008

    the timingbelt adjuster was changed and car now cuts after a few miles and will not not start unless the injector switch is pulled and reconnected. I was told when the adjuster for the timingbelt was installed it was not don properly and that damaged the injectors. Is that true or I'm being taking for a ride.

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Absolutely nothing at all... if the timing belt wasnt installed properly it would bend valves or run rough.. but NOT have a thing to do with fuel injection system

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