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To Sorento with a 3.0 that broke timing belt buckles and valves. I ran all service rode the new belt, motor rotates in the hand. Upon departing, he picks up then dies and then gets no more .. After some time the same procedure is repeated. Any help?

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Cant quite understand the english slang you have. double chec k yer tyming in rotation with motor by hands.

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