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Its because I had to replace a new crank shaft sensor and I had to move d timin belt to remove the crank shaft sensor, so now how should I put right timin?......

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  • 14uribedavid Nov 15, 2010

    Ok its a 2005 hyundai sonata V-4

  • 14uribedavid Nov 15, 2010

    No but i heard like a noice clank! so i thought the timin had moved...... i i guess i should put back the timin belt with out moving anything rite?....

  • 14uribedavid Nov 15, 2010

    No but i heard like a noice clank! so i thought the timin had moved...... i i guess i should put back the timin belt with out moving anything rite?....

  • 14uribedavid Nov 15, 2010

    No the car just stopped and it wouldn't start again so i check d gas pump, and it does work now i check the sparks cable and there's no fire so i thought of the crank shaft sensor might not be workin so thats why i needed to replace that and my situation is that if i put the timin belt just like it was with out moving the pulley, will it start?........

  • 14uribedavid Nov 15, 2010

    Oh well ok then thanks for ur help..


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    David Burbee Nov 15, 2010

    Hello! While the belt was off did anything move?....saailer

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    David Burbee Nov 15, 2010

    Hello! Does the vehicle start and run, or are you having a problem installing the timing belt? Tell me what the situation is now...saailer

  • David Burbee
    David Burbee Nov 15, 2010

    Hello! Hopefully it will start...The Crankshaft Sensor may/may not have solved the original fault...If nothing moved put the timing belt back on and see if engine will start...If not, Check for Spark...send a comment with results...saailer


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