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I have rebuilt volkswagen transporter 2.5 diesel 2000 model

Ihave rebuilt volkswagen transporter 2.5 diesel 2000
model after cambelt had broken now all back together it will not start timing has been checked and is correct does anyone have any ideas

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The throttle body may need to have a re-learn performed. This can only be done with a shop with a VAG system or the dealer. One of VW's great ideas, an electronic throttle body. Double check your coils as well. You may be getting spark, but not enough. I had both of these issues on an 03 Passat a couple of weeks ago in my shop.

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