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V6 fto changed timing belt lined all marks but now back firing

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Sounds like the dist. could be half a tooth off. You need to bring up #1 piston to top dead center and verify the rotor in the cap is pointing to #1 in the firing order.

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Timing problem we think?


Mark the timing belt as well with the marks on the crank and cam.
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I hope your valves are not bent. If they are not and you checked the above and still the same, then and only then I would put the belt back the way it was with that tooth off.

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just get a new timing belt the marks will be on it point the arrows toward the front of the truck and line the marks on the cams and crank with the lines on the belt there will be a dimple on the cams and crank those are the timing marks good luck

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