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Had timing belt replace but car want start it seem like the timing is off so whats next it shows low pressure light how can i correct this problem also what would be the correct time for this 1986 chysler lebaron

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It sounds like you have got the timing out of zink.
SO if you done it take it off again and aligne all timing marks up on the timing case/head for camshaft etc as it dose seem like your timing is 1 tooth off the mark.

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