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Do a 50/50 test
Get a spray can of Quick Start(ether in a can)
Spray some into the engines intake and try to start it.
If it starts and then dies you have a fuel problem
If it doesn't start then spark or compression is the problem.
It if pops or back fires timing is off
Crank sensor tells computer engine is turning so it needs to start spark and fuel, so no crank sensor pulse means no start
Cam sensor fines tunes fuel, so bad cam sensor won't cause no start.
Low compression will cause a no start, timing belt is what causes good high compression, it times the crank/pistons with the cam/valves.
So timing belt being installed correctly is very very important, the 3 gears the belt turns each have a mark that needs to be in the correct position when belt is installed.
Timing belt can not be seen, if is behind a cover on the front of the engine.
It is not the same as the Fan Belt(s)
Last edited by RonD; 08-26-2016 at 09:30 AM.