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No spark to coil changed waterpump and timingbelt

96 Eclipse 2.0

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Is the motor timed right. the cam and crank sensor signals have to be in sync if your too many teeth off it wont start and engine damage could result.

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96 eclipse need more info..


This sounds like the timing belt is shot. Remove the distributor cap, have your helper crank the engine. Is the rotor turning?? If not, then it is the timing belt. Some engines are rather forgiving when the belt breaks, some will get bent valves. Frankster016

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