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What would cause timing sprocket to loosen and bend keys on a 94 3cyl you have even welded on and still breaks loose and jumps time?


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2006-08-10 03:32:36
2006-08-10 03:32:36

Was this car running before? It sounds like maybe the crankshaft is broken or maybe a rod came loose and is causing a bind when it cranks.


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