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2001 honda crv all wheel drive

My 2001 honda crv staled out, and will not start. The battery and alternator seem fine, the care has plent of rpms when you turn the key over. Also most of the dash lights are on. also the gear indicator shows the car being in park and drive at the same time when I first turn the key on. Where should I start??

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Your timing belt is gone..

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