Question about Mazda B2200
Sounds like the timing chain / belt has slipped. If it has a timing belt, did you replace it at the recommended interval? If it is a belt, you should get a new belt, install it and reset the timing of the cam and crank.
If it is a chain, then the chain and gear is most likely worn.
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