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Old 11-11-2014, 02:55 AM
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Timming belt question

Hey so I've redone the timming belt on my 98 base model, and was wondering what would be some symptoms of to much tension on the belt. I'm pretty positive I have all the timming marks and balance shafts in line. I'm having an issue with the motor dropping down to like 300-500rpms, when i push the clutch in and almost stalling, followed by slight idle surging, but as soon as I start driving again it runs and drives perfect.
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Re: Timming belt question

Throttle position sensor and throttle cable tensions would good things to check.
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Re: Timming belt question

Alright I'll give it a try I did slightly tension the throttle cable while I was tinkering so I check it. thanks for some help
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Re: Timming belt question

Did you have the stutter/low idle problem before the t-belt change?
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Re: Timming belt question

No I didn't have these problems before. It would do typical IAC surg until the thermostat opens. I've done the timming belt before to replace my tensioner with a manual tensioner. It ran like it should once reassembled. Now I had an issue with the belt so I'm back at it.
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Hey jstruck ,did you try reseting your ecu , sound like its going in limp mode .hit me up .if you need more ideas.
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Re: Timming belt question

Re-check the timing of the cams to the crank to make sure they are correct. Depending on which way it is off, the car will run if it is off by one tooth but will do weird things.
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