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Timing belt setting

I set the timing all on mark top dead center three times engine cranks only on starter but i tried to turn by hand just like its locked. then try agian with starter it cranks but slowly no start.

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The Marks are different (ie 12oclock/11:30 or so) as pictured here. I will post again if it is too small to read (sometimes fixya shrinks pictures)

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Timing belts are supposed to be replaced in intervals, on this vehicle every 60,000 miles. The timing belt may look good, but they mostly stretch over time. As for the looseness and becoming tight, its because there is different compression tension that pull either way. But to be loose to the point you can spin the tensioner pulley, replace everything (belt, tensioner, idler pulley, water pump)!!

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