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Sounds like it has jumped time.....Timing Belts must be serviced every 60,000 miles.....The crank sensor must communicate with cam position sensor.......

Cars & Trucks | Answered 39 minutes ago


Check your fuses. If the injector wire grounds out it will blow a fuse killing the system.

Land Rover Cars... | Answered 51 minutes ago


Most likely in the front timing belt cover.....This sensor has to be properly gapped to aquire a signal (magnetic pulse)....it is very fragile so avoid accidental striking......

Nissan Cars &... | Answered 59 minutes ago


This manual has the torque values for the rods,mains and head bolts.

http://www.championbrands.com/aera-torquespecs.pdf

Volkswagen Golf... | Answered 1 hour ago


http://www.championbrands.com/aera-torquespecs.pdf

This link has a manual with that information.

Cars & Trucks | Answered 1 hour ago


You will have to remove the hollow allen head bolts that facilitate crankcase venting through the plastic housing these bolts provide PCV.........1 bolt in front rocker box and 1 bolt in rear rocker box.............

Cars & Trucks | Answered 1 hour ago


Crankshaft Key facing Up.....Camshaft positioned with #1cylinder intake and exhaust valve rocker arms on the heel of the Camshaft lobes...Both valves closed.....With everything in this position any factory marks should be evident................

Mazda Cars &... | Answered 1 hour ago

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