put timming chain belt in now car wont start

Asked by Jul 21, 2016 at 11:07 AM about the Toyota Camry

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25,665

Was it done professionally? Not starting now doesn't mean it's related to the timing chain. If you have driven it since the chain was done without a problem then no reason to suspect it's the chain. Start with the most probable suspect, a dead battery.

1,910

"Start"??.....does this mean the engine will not CRANK? Like the battery is dead? Or....does the Engine Crank over well...but will not fire up(start)

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wont start turn over timmimng belt put in right checked twice still not running checked everything else still not running

1,910

Well...sorry...but I'm still not sure whether this is a NO CRANK....or....no start(fire up) issue. Getting to Old I guess. What Engine is in this vehicle?

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