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Timing belt I FIXED THE TIMING BELT AND WATER PUMP AND I START THE CAR BUT IT DOES NOT RUNS THE ENGIE IS LIKE NO EXPLOSION

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Hi,It is extremly important to have the timing marks perfectly aling when you intall a timing belt ,If the car was runing before ,it should start ok,if iy was not runing you should run a compresion test because there may be bended valves .....Good Luck.

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Did it run before you di the timing belt?

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as the timing belt usually turns the water pump yes it is possible. i am not sure what motor you have in this but i would think you ar elooking at your serpintine belt as your timing belt is behind plastic covers and is not visable. maybe your serpintine belt runs the water pump and as it is loose then it will not spin the water pump causing it to overheat

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well that is how I always sell a timing belt job also. The water pump is driven by the timing belt and it is very labor intensive to replace. I always replace the water pump also because you have to remove the timing belt to replace. I have had people refuse the water pump, and have to spend the same labor dollars a few months later when the pump went out. Even if not leaking it is always good insurance to replace the pump with the timing belt but is not a must just good idea.

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Ouch sounds like your water pump is broken. That can be really a bad thing. The belt doesn't have to be broken for the water pump to be ruined. Check your oil... as long as your oil isn't milky looking meaning your car overheated and ruined the heads or seals then you should be okay at getting the water pump (and timing belt as they go hand in hand) replaced.

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