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Old 10-05-2004, 03:23 AM   #11
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It would be a good idea to change the timing belt while I had all that stuff off but I don't have the extra cash right now. Of course timing belts are only like $40 right? I can't work on it until like Saturday or Monday. I don't have a day off until monday and I don't have time to work on it. I did get the coils off and took them back and got store credit. That'* why I got both sensors. I hope like hell it'* the cam because that don't seem that bad of a pain but the crank is another story. It'* gotta be one of those sensors.
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You have a timing chain, not a belt.

It'* more likely the crank sensor than the cam sensor.
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You have a timing chain, not a belt.

It'* more likely the crank sensor than the cam sensor.
I figured it would probally be the crank since it'* the hardest to change.
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That'* the way it usually works. Sucks, don't it? Do a little more by the book troubleshooting to be sure.
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Get that crank sensor checked out, I had that problem. Car cutting off and hard to start and/or cutting off on you while drivng for no reason.
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