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Replaced battery in car now it won't start.
Check your battery cables for a proper connection, be sure the battery terminals and the clamp on connectors that attach to the battery are clean and free of any corrosion, rust, etc. Make sure everything is clean, hooked up properly, and connections are tight. Don't overtighten and use protective gloves when dealing with anything like this. If you can't find any cleaner at the moment, a carbonated cola drink like Coca-Cola or Pepsi will work well, or something similar. Good Luck!
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on Feb 28, 2019
Where is the crankshaft sensor
both the single cam and twin cam engines use the teeth on the crank pulley for crankshaft sensor which is bolted in bracket attached to block near oil pressure switch, hopefully you didnt dent(bent) teeth on crank pulley from dropping it or putting pulley down a bit roughly because they bend really eazy.
also is the crank pulley bolted up in correct position?
is the timming belt tension correct from when you did cam belt?
if tension wrong or timming out by a tooth it will set crank sensor codes, even possibly cam sensor codes and if you get timming out more than 3 teeth either way(advanced or ********) you will bend valves.
on Feb 04, 2019
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