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Changed the timing belt in 1991 toy 4runner and now it wont start

Changed the seal on the front crankshaft and have put it all back together and have tried a couple of times to get the timing right the first time it started but didnt run right tried again and now it wont start

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Out of time still probably, hopefully you didnt bend valves

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