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If it did not have this symptom before changing the timing belt, you need to reinspect the timing belt installation, including correct timing, (marks all line up) and belt tensioner set correctly.
Hopefully the belt has not jumped teeth.
I would still check the belt timing.
Seen this too many to count on many engines.
Hope you sort it out.
Wishing you well.
Did you sort this out?
I hope my advice has been of assistance to you.
I think you should be looking at the cam timing first, like I have suggested.
No point in checking ignition timing if the cam timing is wrong.
This might help for ignition timing.
Ok, like all timing belt engines, it is VITAL that the cam timing is correct, and fitted correctly, tensioned etc.
I'd say it jumped for sure.
If it jumps again, valves will bend.