Why will my 2001 plymouth neon not start? on 2001 Plymouth Neon

Timming belt broke when my wife was on the freeway I changed the belt but it acts like its not getting compression. it has spark and full. I suspect all the vales are bent how do i check to see if they are? i took it apart three times to make sure the timming was right so i am 99% sure it is car was running befor timming belt broke.

by in Davis, CA on February 12, 2012
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2 answers
ANSWER by , February 12, 2012
Warped valves
ANSWER by , February 13, 2012
It is best to replace your timing belt based on the manufacture recommend time interval. Typically they are rated for 60-90,000 miles. Postponing a timing belt replacement is risky and may cause ir-reversible engine damage. Once the belt brakes the valves can bend - looking at engine replacement.