Do you mean the timing belt jumped four teeth? That can happen if the belt becomes loose, and that can be caused by a bad tensioner or by worn bearings in the water pump. Bad bearings in the water pump will let it leak too.
Be careful with the timing belt. This is an interference engine and the valves can be damaged if the belt is not on right. A safe way to install the belt is to back the crankshaft up about 1/8th revolution to insure no piston is at top dead center. Place the camshafts on their marks, then bring the crank up to its mark. Once you have the belt on and under proper tension, rotate the crank two full revolutions on the normal direction, by hand. It will get harder to turn each time a piston comes up on its compression stroke, but if you wait a few seconds, the pressure will leak out, then the crank will be easy to turn again. If you feel something bang to a stop, don't force it. That only happens when the belt is not on right.
Thursday, June 15th, 2017 AT 10:31 PM