Question about 1995 Mercury Tracer
So yesterday i was driving the girls car (1995 mercury tracer 1.9l)
when i heard a loud flapping noise and before i could pull over and it cut
off, turns out the tensioner and the serpentine belt failed, but regardless the
car still wouldn't crank back up. Replaced the tensioner, serpentine belt,
and crank position sensor since the belt hit it hard and still no luck.
Pulled back what i could of the timing cover while the tensioner and
belt was off and the timing belt is still intact and tight. Car turns
over, fuel pumps turns on and its getting spark, what are the chances
the timing belt would skip a few teeth from the serpintine belt
breaking as that's the only damn thing i can think of. Any ideas would
Also, no other sensors are near where the belt broke, and i checked the crank position sensor wires to see if they were damaged and they are perfectly fine.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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