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Old 09 Aug 2013, 09:19 pm
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I just replaced the distributer and the timing belt on my D15B7 motor. Its turning over, but it wont start. How do I get it to start?
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Old 09 Aug 2013, 09:33 pm
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Ok, now check the timing of the timing belt. See if it is still on the money regarding pulley mark alignment between the crankshaft and the camshaft. Both have to line up to a crack or point at the same time. Better if you had a manual to read from because they tell you how. Leave the starter alone, do it manually with a socket wrench. This is what timing is all about. Piston and valve position.































Go to the public library and borrow a book for your car or read it right there. It is fairly simple. And they have pictures.
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Old 09 Aug 2013, 09:46 pm
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needs to be at TDC
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