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Curtis Jim Liller Member Posts: 5
edited August 2018 in Kia
I have a 2004 Kia Amanti with the 3.5l engine i have replaced tge ignition coils and the fuses but still won't start it is getting fuel and i have pulled out the plugs in the front to see if it has spark and nothing the car ran until I parked it to find the harmonic balancer pulley for the alternator split. Does this car requires the pulley and belt to be together or can i check it out?
Curtis Jim Liller Member Posts: 5Found out there was a bad wire for the security system that was in need of replacing and now it runs!0
If the pulley is broken, then when it came apart, it may have damaged other things.
Timing belt and crank sensor run off of the crankshaft, so a bad pulley and there may be more damage than what you can see.