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Replaced timing belt engine will not start - 1995 Plymouth Voyager

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I have a 94 dodge shadow 2.5 car stop readed the codes an the auto shutdown relay came up , would the pick up have a effect on this.

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Check for spark at the sparkplugs, and listen to hear the fuel pump going when key is turned on. if no pump noise and no spark it can be the auto shutdown relay located on the drivers side fender behind battery. the auto shut down shuts off power to the ignition and fuel pump if the timing belt snaps. ,,,, if you have spark and fuel pump works then check firing order on plug wires , if they are in right place then check timing , if timing belt was replaced without lining up the timing marks it wont run

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