Question about Toyota Celica
Your timing belt may have snapped!! When this happens, there is no compression preventing the engine to start up. Because there is no compression, the engine spines easily. Remove upper timing belt cover and inspect the belt. If broken, replace the water pump belt and tensioner pulley $400-$650 job!!
Posted on Sep 29, 2010
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