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I have 1996 Dodge Advenger ES changed the timing belt, now can't get fire. Changed distributor, rotary button, wires, plugs. Can you help me get fire?

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If you just replaced the timing belt, did you align the timing marks on the cam shaft and crank shaft? If not this is your problem because it is out of time.

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Check and be sure you didn't turn the cams when changing the belt, and that the crankshaft to cam timing is right.

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