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Crank and no start....on a 1999 plymouth breeze 2.0 sohc.what checks do i have to do.

Ive checked alternator, fuses, fuses relays .what other checks should i do .should i redo the timing again

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Did you change any spark plugs and wires? Did you do so one at a time? If not, address that issue and re - check the timing.

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On the timing did you put it at top dead center lon the number one plug

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