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Car not firin

My timin belt snapped had it all changed now the car wont fire could the timin belt not be timed properly

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If the timing belt has been installed correctly by a professional then I would suggest a compression test to check for valve damage, there is a possibility that you have damaged valves on the impact from the pistons and valves being out of timing.

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special tools are needed to lock the timing in to position when replacing timing belt!

Hope this information was somewhat helpful!

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