turns over will not start

Asked by Apr 27, 2013 at 05:24 PM about the 2001 Chrysler PT Cruiser Base

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

replaced head gasket and timing belt  double checked timimg, perfect replaced cam sensor have spark and fuel pressure at testing connection.will not start

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are you sure you haven't put the tdc on the bottom instead of the top? Are you hearing the laboring of the compression taxing the startermotor?

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basics, air, fuel, spark, timing~

triple check, hopefully this is not an interference situation..will check~ If you've the dual overhead cam, then yes must be correct the first time, easy cheezy with the holes for the pin punches, but if not then belt, think the DOHC has a chain~ so the round things all have marks, look at the guide for stickin' them in the correct orientation..triple check~

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Yes I checked the timing and gets fire when it turns over it pops one time but no start

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I even replaced the map sensor. It had 3 codes and I replaced all three and it still won't start. Check engine light comes on and blinks 10times but shows no codes.

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Not start even if I put starting fluid won't start. Will I get fire if the crank sensor is out. I was told no I wouldn't have spark

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