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I am replacing the timing belt and have moved the crank. I tried to set the notches to where they should be but i still cant get it to start.iam not savy with the east west motors. cranck nocth is at the bottom and the cam is at the top. HELP

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  • Anonymous Jul 21, 2008

    I recently rebuilt the head on my 2001 Daewoo Leganza and had to reset the timing. First understand that this is an interference engine that does not have any room for error. When setting the timing you must have it set perfectly. The timing marks must be exact...the belt can't be even one notch off!



    If you are simply changing the belt as part of your maintanance (the car was running before you took the old belt off) just line up the marks on the cam shaft with the marks on the valve cover. Both cam shaft marks should be in the 12:00 position.



    Next, there is a mark on the timing belt pulley on the crank shaft. This mark should be line up with the notch on the bottom of the plastic timing belt cover....straight down in the 6:00 pisition. Once you install the belt, and properly adjust the tensioner, turn the crank shaft with a wrench, two revolutions and see if the marks on the cams and crank shaft pulley are still in the correct position. If they are, you iin perfect timing.



    Now if you are changing the belt because if broke, this is a whole different matter. YOU WILL HAVE VALVE DAMAGE!!!!! This was the case for me. But because I had the tools and the Internet it cost me about $300 to change all of the valves and re-install everything. Otherwise I would have been looking at about a $2,000 job. GOOD LUCK!

  • tricia_wlsn Oct 29, 2008

    I have the same problem. the car died while I was driving it. Turned out to be the timing belt guide that had gone bad. Now that the guide and the timing belt have been replaced the car still will not start!! we've pulled the plugs and replaced them and have reset the timing as well....

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Its running b4 you put a new timing belt?if it is put your cam shaft in the top, there should be a mark in there somewhere the crank just take off the no.1 plugs spin it till the piston go all the way up

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