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Timing on fiat punto

Hi there every one ive just had head skimmed and changed head gasket,after putting it back togeather the car wouldn't start(justs turns over for a few seconds then stops)i have lined the cogs up with the correct markers and all seems to be right but not sure if they were moved anti clockwise or clockwise.is this a big problem and can any one help?cheers (fiat punto 1.2 8v w reg)

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Your engine turns clockwise and sounds like your timing is out.

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