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Got a mitsubishi pajero 2.8tdi auto put new head on it got a new crank puly as old one had moved crank and cam look lined up put pump mark on the T mark but it wont fire up put a new front seal in pump just about had it with this motor can you help ?

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Bring number one cylinder up to top dead center on the compression stroke meaning make shure both valves are closed and seated usually you can feel the spark plug hole with your finger it'll blow your finger out with the compression or use a copression gadge . any way after that make shure your timing marks are still lined up you may be 180% off

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