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Replaced timing belt and crank sensor started ran fine shut it off and now it won't start.

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  • jngmec5 Mar 10, 2009

    Timing belt broke we repalced it the tentioner pulley and the crank sensor. The car started and ran fine shut it off and it cranks over but won't start.

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Try to see that you have adjusted the timing properly according to the mark made on timing system & also try to see that the belt is not fasten too hard so that it can damage the belt tensional pulley & bearing too fasten belt can damage the bearing & tensional life hope for it that you get help out of it

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