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Please check if the "Auto Update time" feature is set to "ON" on your son's mobile. If it is set to ON, please try switching that option to OFF mode. I hope this will solve the issue. Also, please check if the time zone is correct.
Yes it is an interference engine. Be sure to change the timing belt on maintenance schedule to avoid damage to the valves/pistons if the belt breaks. When you change belt, consider changing the tensioner and idler pulleys as well to be safe and sure. I also changed my water pump, since the labor to do so was already covered when changing timing belt.
Is it getting the correct tension on the belt. Is the belt tension spring broke. Make sure you have the right belt. On the 1.9 engine they changed it in 1992 from a square tooth belt to a round tooth belt or the other way around. I'm not sure. Just make sure the teeth on the gears is the same as the belt. I know you said it was a 1994 but do you know if a previous owned changed the motor?
leaking water pump was standard for that year. Changing it without changing of taking of the cam belt shouldnt be a problem. but wen u get the new water pump make sure it the same cause in changes from serise 1 to serise 2