Volkswagen Jetta 4 cyl Front Wheel Drive Automatic 139767 miles
I have a 2000 volkswagen Jetta GL with a 2.0L AEG that had the timing belt brake. I started the vehicle to go to the store and it started up and then squealed and then died. I started to crank it for about 4-5 seconds and realized something was not right by the way that it was turning over. I pulled the top half of the timing cover and the belt was shredded. I pulled of the crank pulley and the rest of the timing cover and found a bolt in the bottom of it. It shredded the belt and destroyed the crank gear. So I replaced the crank gear and the belt now it will not start. Ok so there is the background now the problem, the timing marks are dead on and it does not start. I pulled all 4 spark plugs and do not see any visual damage to the valves or pistons. The cam Sensor behind the pulley looks good with no visible signs of damage. Any thoughts or advise would be greatly appreciated.
Is there any way that it could be 180 degree's out on the cam side? Just trying to see if there is something that I am overlooking?
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have the same problem?
Tuesday, September 7th, 2010 AT 10:46 PM