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Ticking sound from engine after the timimg belt was changed

Why is my engine ticking after the timing belt was changed

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If all your marks are right there is a process for seting the timing that some people are not aware of. Did you jump the terminals at the data link connector (number 1) ? If you did not the toming will never set itself. Below is the proper procedure for setting the timing. Make sure your idle is at 700 + 50 and in nuetral. Hope this helps. The botom picture is the location of the data link connect (DLC1) that needs to be jumped.

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