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Changed the timing chain and now i can't get the car to start it only back fires

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  • William R. Wood SR May 11, 2010

    You changed the timing belt or chain? Did you use a tech manual for the engine to line up the timing marks? I cneed more information. Sounds like you do not have it timed correctly. Let me know.

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There is no distributor,so thats not wrong ,only coils.If its back firing after you replaced the timing chain its out of time.You have to recheck the timing marks and make sure there right on perfectly.Also check any sensor and wiring around that area to be sure there not damaged.

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