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Old 10-31-2010, 07:48 PM
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so i had a leak in my front main and got it fixed , now to do that they had to remove the timing belt and tensioner

the timing belt has not even 20,000K on it so they used that one again and did put in a new auto tensioner on

got it back and notice a loss of power in my car and almost sounds like its running lean with no pick up when you hit the gas like it was before

almost like being 1 gear to low and hitting the and it kinda bogs

could it be out of time ? off a tooth or so ?

or could it be that the new auto tensioner is to tight and takes time to adjust ?


timing is not my strong side by any means so any help to what it could be would be great
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Re: power loss after timing bets removed

the timing is off
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Re: power loss after timing bets removed

do you think it would be off much or just a touch and it running obd2 right now so i cant advance or retard the timing ,

ill have it back in the shop tomorrow cause nothing is open today
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Re: power loss after timing bets removed

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yeah man definitely sounds like your timing is off.. did it the motor have to crank a few times before turning?
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Re: power loss after timing bets removed

I would also never re-use a timing belt, I don't care if it had 10 miles on it.
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yeah man definitely sounds like your timing is off.. did it the motor have to crank a few times before turning?
im not to sure as i was not there when the mechanic got it back together ill ask him tomorrow
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