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I had to changet the timing belt in my truck and now it won't start

I replaced the timing belt and lined up all the marks, i think i did it right but not sure

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Remove the spark plugs, turn the engine backwards two rotations. and then turn back to the stating point, if all aligns back up you should be in good shape.

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