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Old June 3rd, 2012, 06:38 PM   #17
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Originally Posted by Yota Bill View Post
I'm not sure how the ignition system and injectors are fired on those, but generally, if you lose the timing belt, you will also lose 1 or both of those.
I would lift the fuel rail with the injectors still in it, and check the spray pattern (kill the ignition system first) then check compression.
Thought about removing the injectors and rail and trying it out, but the design of this engine would make it very hard to do without having to remove part of the intake manifold.
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