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2001 honda civic changed timing belt and now the car starts and dies shortly after

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Double check that the timing marks are lined up properly and make sure if you unplugged any wires you plugged them back in properly

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My Honda Civic used to start first time, but recently the engine has started to judder when starting up, parking or moving very slowly. Now it revs to 1 and dies without starting.


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