cody.hockenberry Posted July 6, 2017 Share Posted July 6, 2017 So, my 98 outback legacy has been dead for nearly 3 weeks. I've had the car for about 5 months and a few things have gone out on it; coil pack, radiator and now this. I was driving down the road at about 35 mph and I hit a pothole on the passenger side. My suspension is pretty much nonexistent so the car took a hard hit. I look down and my rpms are at 0. I turn the key to the off position and coast to a side road. Long story short I checked for fuel, spark and a list of other things and was completely stumped until I took the timing cover off and saw that my cam pulleys aren't in sync with each other and I have quite a bit of slack in the belt. My question is could hitting that pothole throw my timing off so much that it killed my car and prevented it from starting again? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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