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All the timming is rite bottom end cam shaft does not turn only backwards

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  • tonydaskalak May 14, 2010

    i have changed the head gasket the timming was all good. top cam turns on its own with out belt bottom cam only goes back about 90 degrees when u turn it to go clockwise it stops at the timming mark

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Unfortunatelly the engine was damaged due to timing failure. You must remove timing cover and see what engine damaged was occured !
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    Then you need obligatory the timing set-up diagram in order to fix the problem !



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Please explain in full detail about your problem. It maybe due to a broken camshaft although I can't be sure from little information as given

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  • tonydaskalak May 14, 2010

    i have changed the head gasket the timming was all good. top cam turns on its own with out belt bottom cam only goes back about 90 degrees when u turn it to go clockwise it stops at the timming mark

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