Question about Toyota Corolla
Sounds like the timing marks were not lined up.
Be careful do not crank engine over as you will damage valves!
Remove timing belt cover again, set engine to No1 TDC.
Check that cam pulley mark lines up.
You may need a manual to help with this.
All the best.
Posted on Aug 03, 2008
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