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I have had a new cambelt it is not running as

I have had a new cambelt fitted and it is not running as smoothly as it was before,it seems to feel like it is juddering/vibrating in every gear.

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It might be that the timing is out, even if it is out by 2 teeth on the cams or the crank wheel, it will make the car run rough, i think you better get the timing checked out as this could cause dammage if set wrong, it could have been so far out it might have bent a valve slightly this also could give you bad running...sorry to be bad news, hope this helps

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