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EJ25 Big Trouble More Info
Posted 14 December 2009 - 11:11 PM
Main Pulley is on a Rubber Hub! (Like an Outboard Motor Prop Hub). EJ22 was not like this!
Appears that the pulley on the EJ25 let go and drilled inward towards the
time belt cover.The A/C belt wore off. Alternator belt too tight?.I was not
horsing the car and I only drove it a short distance for a safe landing.Going
to check the timing marks on the Tbelt behind the covers.Could I have
jumped a tooth? She won't start now.Turns over but no start.
Pricing out a pulley.
Posted 14 December 2009 - 11:55 PM
Crank but no start. Do you have spark? Id suspect damage to the Crank angle sensor, but a broken belt due to debris getting in under the belt isn't out of question.
Got a scanner you can hook up to see if you have any codes?
Posted 15 December 2009 - 03:14 AM
Either way, pull the pulley off and look at it. takes 2 minutes to do. Take off your belts and ac belt tensioner, take a 22mm socket and a big breaker bar and brace it against the drivers side bottom of the core support. make sure the bar is tight against the core support (bottom radiator support for those who arent familar with the terms) now go bump the key to start for just a second and then shut the ignition off. This will break the crank bolt loose. Now pull off the pulley and investigate.
Posted 15 December 2009 - 09:08 AM
So it ran fine one day then didn't the next? Did it "break down" like quit running or just wouldn't start one day?
Need to view this as "how much damage did this pulley cause" rather than a straight up no start condition.
There's a few things that will cause a no start and the crank sensor is a common one.
Posted 15 December 2009 - 10:27 AM
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