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Engine Codes following timing belt repair
12-16-2017, 07:31 PM
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Engine Codes following timing belt repair
Just replaced timing belt, water pump, tension-er, idler pulleys and crank sensor, valve cover gasket, on a 1999 Mitsubishi Galant 2.4 L SOHC

Belt had stripped around crank gear at reletively low rpms (i think) maybe even when just trying to start after running an errand. Came out and car wouldn't start, no signs of trouble before parking

anyways, here's where I'm at.

Put everything back together and started vehicle -it runs but shows 3 codes according to oreilly auto parts (po100, po105, po110)

Since this is an interference engine, still wondering whether I have bent valves.

Questions: If the valves were bent would it run at all?
Can you tell me what these three codes together might mean? (indicate)?
Where can I find info on these or how should I go about troubleshooting from this point on to make sure I'm good to go?

Any help is greatly appreciated
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