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HOW TO SET THE TIMING BELT had to replace a head and now it just rolls over but wont start, plus its backfiring and had a little fire when it did

How to set timing on belt after replacing a head

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Hopefully the timing marks of the crank and camshafts were in the appropriate places? If the engine was not mosfiring prior to head replacement it should not be doing so afterwards. Misfiring is usually a symptom of fuel/air mixture issus rather than timing. Timing will be reset by loosening the distributor and rotating it whilst also checking timing marks on the pulleys, front end of the engine. Almost certainly best left to a good mechanic

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