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|Comment||If it wasn't for you Roland my little Plymouth would still be in the driveway. You were the only person who diagnosed the problem correctly. No one at the auto parts store or any of my friends had any idea my ignition problem would be caused by the timing belt. Did what you said, checked the belt and found that it didn't break but rather sheared off 6 inches of teeth right at the crank which in turn, just skated on the belt when spun over. The manager at the auto store, knowing of my problems even asked if I was sure I needed a belt. Thanks also for the deflection measurement. You are a goldmine of Mopar info. Thanks, thanks, an again thanks. Sincerely, Wolfgang|
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