Okay, i'll start with posting the vacuum diagram for you so you can get those lined up correctly.
For removing and installing the timing belt correctly, follow the below steps..
On to the wiring..this will be hard without actually being there, so the best I can really do is post the wiring diagram for your vehicle's engine compartment. You should be able to follow the wires per the schematic and match them up on your engine.
The wiring diagram is pretty large so it will nto fit into the forum here in a larger view, but just give me your email addy and i can send it via email and you can then enlarge it.
As for the key, the best bet would be having a locksmith come out and make a key on spot. If you'er going for cheapest route possible then I suppose you could "hot wire" it, although I do not have much experience in hotwiring a vehicle.. Looking at the starting system schematics, you might be able to do it without cutting any wires. unbolt the ignition switch from the steering column to disable the steering lock. The electrical part of the switch is attached to the mechanical part with a couple screws, you just have to remove the screws and you should then be able to turn the switch with a screwdriver and start the car.
Thursday, May 6th, 2010 AT 12:15 AM