I posted early about a no start after timing belt replacement, well I figured that one out. One of the washers from the timing covers fell down by the crankshaft went around the pulley took it out of time and tore the belt. After putting another new belt on I was able to get it to start, now I have another issue. When it gets warm and I shut it off it's a pain to start again. I have to hold the pedal to the floor and hope it starts. When it starts cold it idles around 2000 rpm. I replaced the temperature sensor because I thought the first issue was an overheating because the fans wouldn't come on, but after coolant started leaking out I found out the water pump went. I made sure there wasn't any air in the lines when I added new coolant. I did notice that if I unplug the temp sensor when it's warm it will start right up but both fans will run at all times. Could the temp sensor be bad right out of the box? Any help would be great this thing is turning into a time and money pit. I did save the old sensor and will try that tomorrow.