my 1993 mazda 626 v6 2.5L completely lost its timing and stopped and would not restart (it is a non interferance motor), found out the hydraulic timing belt tensioner had failed, replaced as a kit ( hyd. Unit tension roller and 2 idler rollers and timing belt) Fitted parts, lined up both cams and crank on correct marks rotated engine twice via crankshaft and all marks realigned perfectly. Did not remove distributor. Car will not start, have spark and plugs keep fouling up with fuel. Car was running well until this happened. Could fuel fouling have caused rings to lose compression. If so how can you restart with low compression? I am low on finances and any ideas would be greatly appreciated.
have the same problem?
Thursday, August 1st, 2013 AT 7:14 PM