PLEASE HELP I DONT KNOW WHAT TO DO!!!

Asked by Jun 12, 2017 at 07:38 PM about the Dodge Neon

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My Car Will Crank And Even Almost Turn Over But Wont Fully Turn Over. ive changed the alternator the battery the spark plugs the coil pack the spark wires the fuel injectors crankshaft sensor but it still wont start. we were told that the timing belt is fine, and my starter is good! so  i really need help i dont know what else it could be!

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Check for a clogged catalytic converter or muffler.

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A clogged converter or muffler will NOT keep it from starting.

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Timing belt may be fine but, if it slip a tooth or 2 it will not start, make sure your mechanic checks it thoroughly.

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how do i check that?

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If you want to check that yourself? You'd have to remove the timing belt cover first, check youtube for the proper way of checking slipped timing belt.

it was the timing belt its completely shredded

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I'm glad you now know what the problem is..

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