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2000 Saturn LS2 Question: timing belt

 

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ramones, 3.0L V6, Hill, NH, July 29, 2010, 20:56
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The timing belt snapped - we replaced it along with tensioners, pulleys & water pump. The car will not start, compression check revealed 3 cylinders were low 50-75-75 the others were all @ 125. There is spark but it won't fire up, fuel pressure seems ok. It ran fine before. ?????

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    Visitor, January 13, 2011, 16:05

    sounds like you had the teeth off a bit when you changed the timing belt. possibly bent valves and timing issues now

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