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No compression change timing belt, now when I turn the crank theres no compression eunos 800 , mazda millenia 2.3l miller cycle engine there is no compression on the left side of the engine, how do i change the timing belt & set the timing

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    Did you put the engine at top dead center #1 cylinder and align the marks on the cam(s) to the index mark?? If you didn't do that then the belt is on wrong. You need a service manual for this, you may have damaged the valves or broken/bent the stems

  • Anonymous Mar 25, 2014

    Timing belt fine

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Dont worry to much the Millenia is a non-interference engine so the valves did not get bent. You just need to re-adjust the belt again in its proper position.

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