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Why will the crankshaft not turn full circle on my rover 75 2004 petrol

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I'm in the USA, so I don't have experience on your model of car. But usually when the crank will not turn full circle, something is blocking it.
Such as a valve or piston connecting rod, or something in the timing chain or belt area.

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