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2000 avalon will not start after timing belt replaed.Marks are on,good compression,spark and pulse,Spark plugs get gas fouled and on WOT cranking engine sounds like ignition in intake manifold.

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Check the spark plug wires are properly placed for firing order if it is a 4 cyl it should be 1 3 4 2 I don't know the v6 order if that's not it then your 180 degrees out and need to remove the timing belt and rotate the cam one full turn replace timing belt and try again

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