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1994 lexus es 300 200000 miles quit while

1994 lexus es 300 200000 miles quit while driving. checked timing belt looks and feels tight. will not start and turns over too freely as if no compression.

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PLEASE TAKE IT TO UR LEXUS DEALER AND LET THEM FIX IT ONCE IF IT HAPPENS AGAI DUMB THE CAR

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How so I check timming marks on 1994 lexus es 300


Guessing you need the marks for the timing belt. Below are some pictures that should help. Just a hint, if you are replacing the timing belt, when puching the "plunger" down for the belt tensioner if you use a 10 mmilimeter hex wrentch it works PERFECT to keep the punger down. Hope this was what you needed and I hope it helps....

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