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Old 06-11-2011, 12:34 PM
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2001 ford ranger timing issues 3.0

need help about had it my 2001 ford ranger 3.0 at 160,000 miles blew a head gasket so i figure i would just rebuild the whole motor and have the heads shaved and redone well i did all that new cam and crank sencers new injectors everything i can think of can still can't get it to run when i tore the motor down i didn't mark the camshaft synchronizer so i bought that tool i needed still not running right can get it to fire up and run but backfires any sugestions thanks
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It has to be asked, so don't get offended: Did you hook up the plug wires correctly?
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Did you have the #1 piston on top dead center on the compression stroke when you installed the Cam sync. ? It sounds like its 180 degrees out of time.
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