Mitsubishi Repair Problems? Ask a Mechanic for Answers ASAP
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The reluctor wheel on the crank has rivets that hold it in place, these commonly break during a timing belt repair, the wheel may have moved and this will cause a no start.
I have seen this before as the same thing happened to me on my personal car.
Take it back apart and get at the crank sprocket and check the tone wheel for the crank sensor.
Take the timing belt back off and look at the crank sprocket.
They call the tone wheel the sensing blade.
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You can replace it if you need to.
Did you reinstall it properly?