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Start the engine and this failing.

I Replaced timing belt and now has a flaw that had not before replacement. I think there was a degree, it is possible that this is the fault? There is possibility that they have damaged the valve?

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What exactly is the problem? did you not tighten the belt that enough that sliped? find out if your engine is a interference engine which means that when your timing belt breaks or slips there is a possibility that might of caused valve or piston damage

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