If the timing belt is in place and you can turn the crank easy and it fills like there is no compression what would be the cause

Asked by Jun 18, 2014 at 01:18 AM

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Look at your previous post,for answer.

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if timing belt is on and not in proper time you will turn easy as their is no timed compression , if belt on and in time crank and camshaft, and turns easy, the valves are not seating or closing, either bent stems, or broken camshaft

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