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Car won't turn over after replacing water pump

I just replaced the water pump in my 87 Acura Legend, but now engine cranks but won't turn over?

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Make sure timing belt was put back on properly. I believe your water pump is timing belt assisted. If on wrong, you have a problem.

Posted on Sep 08, 2009

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