i replaced the timing belt and water pump on my car on 1995 Honda Civic

ive replaced all this and it still wont start up. it acts like it wants to start up but it wont turn over ive checked all that i can but it still wont start

by in Palm Bay, FL on October 10, 2011
2 answers 1 comment
ANSWER by on October 10, 2011
Very tough call after the work you did. Unfortunatly, if it ran before you did it, the cam/crank timing is off. It may be time to see a professional.
ANSWER by on October 10, 2011
If you did not align the camshaft and crankshaft marks at the time of installation this would be the cause of your problem.
COMMENT by on October 10, 2011
i had everything in time before trying to crank it up and it acts like it wants to start but doesnt finish cranking
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