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Old 07-13-2019, 12:02 AM   #21
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2006 ION-3 Sedan
Default Re: Replaced timing chain now it's a no crank no start

Another update

So after stating that issue with the airbag light going strobe light and my pwr str message kept popping on with complete loss of power steering I didnt have any time to address the issue and honestly it still hasn't come back since that one day. I've been very nervous and cautious as I dont enjoy "stiff arming" my car on the hiway. So far not one repeat. I also changed my aggresive driving style so my old beast isnt getting so hot with all my revving and fast speeds to abruptly stopping. It seems to have been the amount of heat generated by the engine working so hard to keep up with my heavy foot and thick head lol. So far its been great as always. Thanks for the help once again!
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2.2 ecotec, 2006, ion, no crank, no start

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