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I changed the timing belt on a 94 mazda 626 V6, i got the belt on and before i got everything back on i wanted to start it and make sure it would run. it starts but then dies. it sound good if you rev it up but it wont idle at all.

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    yadayada Jul 05, 2010

    sounds like you have the belt out of time.

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Youre a tooth out.always turn motor over by hand two revolutions,by hand,and recheck timing,before starting

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You've probably diagnosed your problem yourself. You stated "and before I got everything back on i wanted to start it". What exactly have you not put back together?

If you have left any of the sensors unplugged, such as air temp (in the breather tube), O2 sensor(s), coolant temp sensor, mass airflow sensor, etc. then you will have the problem you described. Put everything back together, clear any codes set from what you've done and retest.

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