Australian Car Repair Issues? Ask an Auto Mechanic for Answers ASAP
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Was the engine running before changing the timing belt?
All the marks were lined up correctly?
The crank sensor is in the distributor.
Does it have spark?
Have you knocked something off, the distributor cap or some other connector?
Can you verify the rotor button spins when you crank the engine?
Ok, so if the cam timing is definitely correct, you have either blown a fuse or damaged something that is causing no spark and no fuel.
Can you check all relays fuses are fitted, not blown etc?
Do you have a workshop manual?
I can't find an engine circuit diagram on the net, since it is an older model.
The factory manuals are printed, not like current models which are on line if you can access them.
If you can't see anything like a ground strap not reconnected etc, then you might need to have a tech look at it.
I've never had an engine not start up after a timing belt job.
Sorry I can't give you any further advice.