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I have a 06 vw passat 2.0t it was running fine until the other day I got in it and it wold not start after several attempts I checked the fuel pump and relay and it sounded like it is cutting on it just...

run the fault codes and check for cam/crank position sensor. Check that the cam shaft is turning ( broken belt/chain) Check operation of the immobiliser.

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When checking my timing chain i found my marks dont line up i think it jumped timming. one is on the top (12) and the crank is also at 12 and yes it is on tdc

Turn the crank one more revolution. The two marks will now line up since the cam gear turns a half turn For every full turn the crank makes. A timing chain will not jump half of a gear with out some sort of evidence that it has done so.

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06 Passat 2.0 Turbo - Died on Highway, no warning.

You need to check that the timing belt is infact ok, they can easily strip teeth off and they look ok but don't turn the cam/crank as they should, Remove the timing belt cover and put a socket on the end of the crankshaft, slowly turn it out checking that the cam shaft is moving as well, Next remove the rocker cover and make sure the cam shaft is intact.

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Car turns over but thats it. can i check to see if the cam is turning thru the oil fill cap. its a 2002 hyundai accent

Possibly. Some valve covers have a metal baffle which prevents from seeing camshaft. Remove upper half of timing cover if you can. Then you have clear view of cam gear and belt.

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Hyundai Sonata 06-My turn stalk sticks everytime I turn whether left or right turns. I have to manually cancel/return to neutral position. Any advice on whether this is fuse relay or just the switch...

its the cam in the steering column. either its worn down or the spring jumped off or something, but its in there somewhere. you might have to take the steering wheel off but its most likely the cam.

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none of these codes will cause a no start condition.. have your fuel pressure and flow volume checked

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How much is the cost to replace a timing belt and how much time should it take?

A simple belt replacement is typically about $400 on your car (02-06 Camry V6)

The belt retails for $52 from Toyota.

The book labor time is 3.6 hours (at whatever your local shops charge, typically around $90 per hour)

Common add-on repairs at the time is the waterpump for an additional half hour plus parts, and the cam shaft seals (which are notorious leakers on this engine!) which is an additional 2 hours labor (plus parts). That time is fairly generous though, and most shops (mine included) typically charge much less to add the cam seals..

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99 ford contour 2.0 dohc timing belt replacement... i have the alignment tool and blanking plug but which way are the cams turned to align?

Engine Timing Belt/Chain Illustration
Figure 1
fm1069500554000x.pngBefore installing tool. If the belt broke turn the engine so the #1 piston is half way up. This way you will not bend the valves while turning cams. If you feel that the cams are very hard to turn or stops turning then turn crank by hand to lower piston away from valve. Then turn the cams clockwise or counter clockwise slow one at a time too the proper slot position for the tool to fit. Once the cam marks are lined up bring the #1 piston to its TDC.

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Point tha chain timer altima 94

if you mean the timing chain then on your crank gear and your cam gear there will be a mark on each sometimes they look like a dot the dots need to look like this for perfect timing ( . . ) this will be there closest position. Your crank turns once all the way around (360 degree) and your cam gear will do two complete revolutions to the one of the crank gear. so when you set your marks as above when you turn the crank one half turn the mark on the crank gear will be at the bottom and at the same time your cam gear will have made one complete revolution, so when you turn the crank another half turn your cam would have turned again a complete revolution and the two marks should be at their closet point again.

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