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My 2001 Mazda Bravo over heated and twisted the head, we had the head repaired and the block dressed, put it all back together we have good compression and the timing appears correct however the thing wont start unless the timing is very advanced then when it runs we ****** the timing and the engine runs fine you can drive it and its the best it has ever been. But when you stop it and start it again it just wont go. Do you have any ideas Thanks Russ

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