Order of events:
Took to car wash
Run through automated car wash - no problems
Pulled into self service bay to hand wash
Degreased engine - car died
High pressure rinse
Revved engine to 7000 rpm
Loud metallic click
Rpms to 0 instantly and car died
Car cranks now, but will not start.
No dtc codes
when you pull your plug wires from the head is there water in the spark plug valley surrounding your spark plugs?
01 ZX2 w 160k ~ S/R NGP0, MMI, Ebay S/R B&M clone, S/R Cluster, S/R Borla, OBX Header, Front & Rear ES MM Inserts, Zxtuner headlights, Charcoal Leather Interior, 00 Focus Leather Knob, ZX2 Armrest.
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Originally Posted by Danny Jackson-Percy
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revved to 7k? why?
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our engines are not supposed to get up to 7000rpm O.o
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Water in the intake ? Htdro Lok
Coming from my experiences, I would put everything on it being something to do with the timing belt. You probably lost your timing belt tensioner, or a bolt broke.
Repeat, beginning with step 1.
99 mtx, kemanized intake, knocker mod
Turns out water was in the spark plug valley and still waiting to hear back. After doing everything but taking the valve cover off to check for water.
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