Running on right cyclenders not running on left side
1988 extended cab 6 cyc timeing belt broke replaced and now running only on right side (driver) of motor and not running on left side of motor timing marks are in line verified several times and still no change. all valves seem to be moving and compressin on all three cyclenders.
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Re: running on right cyclenders not running on left side
Looking at your brief description about the Timing Belt Replacement. May I suggest a couple of things?
You obviously are Technically adept as replacing cam belts are not the easiest of tasks? However as you are aware when a belt breaks Unless a safe engine the pistons may clip the inlet or exhaust valves and although you are seeing compression one or more may be sticking or possibly the Cam or its cradle has suffered damage, this happened on my Mitsubishi Pajero! I had full compression on all cylinders but would Not run! I made further investigations and found the Cam Carrier/s were ripped out of the cylinder head. I helicoiled them and Bingo instant start.
I hope this points you in the right direction as I'm sure you will solve it with our/my assistance!
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1) Front End Sensor - Right--Located under the front hood in the engine compartment (2) I/P Air Bag--Located at the top right under the instrument panel (3) Roof Rail Air Bag - Right--Located under the headliner, extending from the passenger front windshield pillar to the passenger rear windshield pillar (4) Side Impact Sensor (SIS) - RF--Located under the right front door trim near the lower rear of the door frame (5) Sensing and Diagnostic Module (SDM)--Located underneath the vehicle carpet under the center console (6) Seat Belt Pretensioner - RF--Located under the trim near the bottom of the center pillar (7) Side Impact Sensor (SIS) - RR--Located under the right rear door trim near the lower rear of the door frame (8) Roof Rail Module - Right--Located behind the garnish molding on the upper rear pillar (9) Roof Rail Module - Left--Located behind garnish molding on the upper rear pillar (10) Side Impact Sensor (SIS) - LR--Located under the left rear door trim near the lower rear of the door frame (11) Seat Belt Pretensioner - LF--Located under the trim near the bottom of the center pillar (12) Side Impact Sensor (SIS) - LF--Located under the left front door trim near the lower rear of the door frame (13) Roof Rail Air Bag - Left--Located under the headliner, extending from the driver front windshield pillar to the driver rear windshield pillar (14) Steering Wheel Air Bag--Located on the steering wheel (15) Vehicle Battery--Located at the front left of the engine compartment. (16) Front End Sensor - Left--Located under the front hood in the engine compartment
On smaller engines the timing belt should be checked regularly.When the belt breaks the camshaft stops turning and valves stay open at wrong time but the pistons keep moving and come up to top of cyclender and crash into the valves causing the first bit of damage.What I think happen to cause it to break again prematurly was somthing was still bent from first time causing resistance on belt which caused belt to break second time.These engines cant take that kind of abuse once never mind twice.I dont think second belt was installed wrong to cause this.Like I said the mechanic missed somthing bent or damaged the first time.But unfourtunatly this will be hard to prove.Unless you requested and still have old parts from first time work was done and can prove that it was mechanic neglegants.Good Luck.
if you going to replace your timing belt,cam &crank shaft has a mark on it.if you have a distributor there a pigtail connector that you need to disconnect to set your base timing,usually its in the wiring harness/near distributor