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Old 12 Sep 2010, 07:12 pm
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Default After timing belt wont start

When my wife was driving to work the timing belt went out. When I did it the first time i didn't get #1 tdc. I just redid the job again and now it wont start. I have read some of the posts on this forum fallowed the directions and thought i got it right. Everything lined up. #1 was tdc and the timing marks were on after tuning the crank twice in a clockwise direction. I'm just a backyard mechanic thats stumped so any help will be extremely appreciated. Thanks in advance. Dave

ps the only code that i'm getting is 1684 battery disconnected in last 50 starts.
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Old 17 Apr 2011, 10:39 am
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Default Re: After timing belt wont start

Did u ever figure this out?? If so plz inform me of what it was cause we have the same problem and r absolutly stumped
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